First Class Learning promotes independent learning and study skills, so that your child gains the confidence to tackle new concepts
Welcome to the Kidderminster First Class Learning Centre. We tutor children, from Early Years and Primary through to GCSE, in English and maths. We love helping students achieve their potential, whatever their ability. Our expert tutors will help support your child's learning in maths, English or both subjects together.
Our aim is to BUILD CONFIDENCE by helping students experience SUCCESS. Our maths and English tuition programmes are carefully personalised for each individual so they are able to complete tasks in ACHIEVABLE STEPS. One-to-one support is always given to help students succeed.
The tailor made courses are systematic, flexible and relevant, all designed by experts to support children’s learning at school. We are confident that tuition provided for each student will help them develop good study and independent learning skills.
The First Class Learning tuition programmes are suitable for ALL ages and abilities.
At First Class Learning Kidderminster we believe in 1% steps to 100% success!
From the basics of reading, writing and spelling to comprehension and creative writing skills, the First Class Learning English Programme follows principles that make it ideal for all learners, whether primary or secondary. Drawing on a variety of imaginative materials, the programme develops the key skills that allow the learner to read and write fluently, confidently and with enjoyment.
The First Class Learning Maths programme is designed to equip your child with the fundamental skills required for success in school Mathematics. Using a range of resources, it covers all the essential areas of the school curriculum.
How it works
One of our First Class Learning tutors will meet with you to discuss how we can help your child with maths or English. They will then sit down with your child and complete an assessment to determine which path is most suitable for them. Once we have established your child’s needs, we will put together a bespoke course of action that will support and encourage your child’s learning. If you feel happy with our plan and that we are the best option for you and your child, they will then be able to start attending regular classes at the centre. In these classes they will complete a short piece of work which will be marked, returned and discussed with the tutor, who will give them a detailed programme of homework to be completed before the next class.
Your next steps
If First Class Learning is the right fit for you and your child, and you would like to arrange an assessment, please contact your local Centre Manager. They will inform you on how your child can become one of the growing number of students in the UK enjoying success with First Class Learning.
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I would recommend this method of learning to other parents. I cannot thank Andrew and Sara enough for all of their help.
Sally - mum of Sophie
Because Jamie attends First Class Learning his maths skills and confidence have dramatically improved!
Jamie's mum, Claire
From a parent's perspective, we have seen the benefits of FCL taking her back to basics...allowing her to build number sense.
Laura - Mum of Holly
Meet the team
BA (Hons); PGCE
BA (Hons); PGCE
The First Class Learning Centre is run by Andrew & Sara Wisdom who have over 30 years experience in education. Andrew is a teacher. Sara is a Learning Support Assistant who has first-hand experience of helping students develop and improve their numeracy and literacy skills.They are fully trained and qualified to deliver the First Class Learning program.They both hold enhanced DBS (CRB) certificates.
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