Making our centres safe for you

The safety of your family and our people is our absolute priority during this time. We wanted to share with you the steps we are taking to make our centres safe and enjoyable.

Education is our passion, safety is our priority!

In line with Government guidance, our centres in England, Scotland and Wales are currently closed. From the 12th April 2021, our learning centres in England will reopen, following Step 2 of Government guidelines, alongside other children’s activities.

We’re taking great care to ensure our learning environments are both safe and enjoyable for your children.

When our centres reopen we will still offer the same award-winning tuition, the same engagement and the same vibrancy but they will look a little different…

How are we making our centres safe for you?

Screens at the front desk to protect you and our staff.

We’ll be going paperless where possible.
There will be no paper sign in or paper session notes.

We’ll be taking lots of measures to support you and your child with social distancing.
Including signs throughout the centre and on the floor.

We’ll be operating a new booking system.
Limiting the amount of children arriving, leaving and in the centre. There will be a maximum of 15 children in the centre at any time.

Children will have 1 hour booked sessions in a 1:6 ratio.
We will space children across our zones to support social distancing.

All surfaces and equipment will be cleaned regularly.
Including computers and toilets.

Children will be encouraged to wash their hands at the beginning and end of their sessions.

It is important that your child feels comfortable and engaged in our centres, so they’ll be working with the same tutor every week.

For the time-being, Surf Club will not be accessible.



Further documentation of how we are reopening centres can be found here:

Parent Communications
Risk Assessment (England and Wales)
Risk Assessment (Scotland)

What centres are open?

Following Government guidance all of our centres are currently closed.