COVID-19 News - In line with recent measures this centre is temporarily closed for face-to-face visits. However, our centres are still supporting remote learning. Our individualised worksheet programmes can be sent to your home and your child assisted remotely as they progress, via our secure video platform.
Welcome to the Crawley K2 First Class Learning Centre. We support children in the local community with Maths, English and Science tuition.
Students of all ages attend our study centre at K2 Leisure Centre in RH11. We cater for learners from Early Years and primary through to GCSE. We are also located at Maidenbower Infant School and St Paul's Northgate, giving 3 convenient locations within Crawley.
Our expert Centre Managers support your child's learning in your choice of English, Maths and Science subjects in order to help with their school studies, build confidence and develop independent learning skills.
Our Maths, English and Science programmes are tailored to learners' individual needs so students move on only when they are confident with a topic. At First Class Learning we believe in 1% steps to 100% success.
Due to the current pandemic, lessons will be one-to-one via videolink until our classes can re-open safely. Work packs will be delivered regularly to your door. We look forward to resuming our normal classes when this is possible!
To find out how your child can reach their potential with our personalised tuition programmes, and to book an assessment, please get in touch:
Tel - 01293 226449
Email - email@example.com
Our First Class Learning Centre Manager will call you to discuss how we can help your child with maths or English. They will then assist your child to 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 or online. In these classes they will complete a short piece of work which will be marked, returned and discussed with the Centre Manager, who will give them a detailed programme of homework to be completed before the next class.