Number Works 'n Words

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Number Works 'n Words

152 Ewell Road, Surbiton, Surrey, KT6 6HE  (Show me directions)

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NumberWorks'nWords maths tutoring and English tutoring can help bring out the best in your child. Our proven after-school maths and English tuition classes target identified needs to improve achievement levels. We set goals for your child, monitor progress and provide regular progress reports. Our curriculum based programmes, which cater for all students 5 to 16 years old, are tailored for individual needs.
Best of all, the maths lessons and English lessons make learning enjoyable for children.

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Why choose NumberWorks'nWords?

Thousands and thousands of children have benefited from our after-school tutoring programmes. And they all add up to a truckload of evidence that the programmes really work. Because the world never stops changing, fine-tuning is happening all the time to accommodate new topics, curriculum changes and new information about how children learn. To be effective, a tutoring programme must begin with a comprehensive assessment. After the assessment, which takes up to half an hour, your child will work with a tutor on some of our learning programmes while we give you a clear picture of how your child is doing. The assessment is free and there's no obligation to sign up for tutoring.Successful learning requires your child's full cooperation, and that's only going to happen if the NumberWorks'nWords experience is enjoyable. For younger students, we make sure learning is fun - entertainment is built into all our primary learning modules. For older students, it's less about fun and more about keeping things stimulating and interesting.


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