NumberWorks’nWords Provides School Holiday Programs to Help Students with Maths and English
PERTH, Western Australia November, 2012 – Thanks to television, computers, game consoles and even iPads – kids are spending their school holidays addicted to screens and forgetting everything they learnt at school. Parents all over Australia are crying out for ways to entertain their children over the holidays while helping them with their school responsibilities and imparting the lesson that education is crucial to success in the ‘adult world’. One educational school holiday program offering to help students with English and maths might have the answer.
Janice McGuire, Teaching Manager of Numberworks’nWords says, “We run a school holiday program in each school holidays where students come in for two hours each day, five days a week, so that important learnings from during the term aren’t forgotten, but the students can also enjoy the rest of their days and partake in other fun school holiday activities. The feedback from both students and parents is that students are getting a great start to the year and preparing them beforehand for what lies ahead during regular schooldays is an invaluable use of school holiday time.” www.numberworks.com.au/
English and Maths tutors at Numberworks’nWords offer one-to-one Maths and English tuition that increases student abilities and confidence in both subjects. Courses are tailored to adapt to each client’s needs to enable them to gain a better understanding on the subject matter. Curriculum-based programmes that cater to all levels from Pre-Primary to Year 10 are provided. Each student has their own personalised set of goals, progress is monitored by the Maths and English tutors and a regular progress report is presented. Most importantly, especially on the school holidays, lessons are presented in a way that makes learning more fun for the students.
Anne S. comments about Numberwoks’nWords, “I can’t thank you enough for everything that you and your team have done with Sam in the past few weeks. I know that it’s only early days but I have already noticed an improvement, not only with his mathematics, but also in his overall attitude towards all his school subjects. He even said to me just last week that he likes Maths now.” www.numberworks.com.au/
The relationship between the child and the school is carefully taken into consideration. Teachers are asked for their input in regards to a student’s challenges and problems, the learning modules closely resemble the content of the Australian curriculum, and the teaching methods used reflect what the student’s school is using so as to avoid confusion. Math and English tutoring can also continue after school during the school semester to support the education and learning abilities of the students.
- Contact Information
- Janice McGuire
- Teaching Manager
- (61) 08 9388 3727
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