New beginnings in Beeston
June 27, 2018
Our newest maths and English tuition centre has officially launched in Nottingham Beeston!
Located in The Square in Beeston, our 139th centre will be an essential education hub for children from all backgrounds looking to build on their skills in maths and English.
The team celebrated by inviting the Mayor Derek Burnett BEM and his wife, Sonia, to cut the ribbon and officially declare the centre open on Saturday 23rd June!
Yasmin Stevens, Centre Director at Explore Learning Beeston says: “We are so excited to bring Explore Learning to Nottingham! We’ve already had some fantastic feedback from schools and teachers in the local area. Beeston has experienced a massive regeneration in recent times and we are thrilled to be part of this. The brilliant thing about Explore Learning is it’s open to children with varying levels of ability and each member has their very own curriculum based on their individual needs. We have an amazing team that are incredibly passionate about what they do, we can’t wait to meet local families.”
As well as English and maths tuition every day of the week, the centre will be launching specialist courses in Creative Writing, Creative Maths, Succeed in Secondary and Entrance Exams.
The team will also be running free workshops with local libraries, schools and community groups – as well as our two annual competitions, the National Young Writers’ Awards and the National Young Mathematicians’ Awards.
Charlotte Gater, Head of Curriculum at Explore Learning says: “We are more than just maths and English tuition – our team really care about the children and this is reflected in the fun the children have when they attend. We believe confidence is the first step on a child’s journey to success. From giving children the confidence to put their hand up, make friends or learn that sometimes it’s OK to make mistakes — we’re experts in building self-belief. We want all children to have a fearless future, to succeed in school and beyond”
If you’re local to our new Beeston centre, why not drop by and chat to the team? They’d love to meet you!
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