We’re Mumsnet Rated!

January 29, 2019

Mumsnet testers tried Explore Learning’s service for free across our nationwide centres and shared their feedback in an anonymous online survey. The result? We have been Mumsnet Rated!

We are thrilled that 89% of testers* were satisfied with our service, 86% would recommend Explore Learning and 76% would become a member.

All the Mumsnet testers had a free trial session, three maths and English sessions and a parents meeting to demonstrate how we work with families to make sure we continually tailoring their child’s learning programme – helping them make the most progress.

The comments we received from the testers were phenomenal and some even became fully-fledged members as a result! 

“Our daughter absolutely loved it, she was so happy to go in each time. In just the four weeks we could see an improvement in our daughter and it was nice she was so excited to share with us the things she’d learnt.”

“We have taken the fearless learner tagline and used this at home too, as sometimes my son is too proud, or worried about what other people (peers) will think of him to ask for help when he doesn’t understand something.”

“I’ve taught secondary for 10 years and I would say these staff are 100% dedicated and making positive differences in young people’s lives.”

Curious to see what all the fuss is about? Come along to a free trial at your local Explore Learning centre to find out!

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*63 Mumsnet testers took part in the trial

 

 

 

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