Welcome to the Primrose Hill First Class Learning Centre. This centre is run by Poonam Singhania and Aastha Singhania, who also run centres in Hendon and Primrose Hill. We support children from the age of 4 to 16 in the local community with both Maths and English tuition.
Students of this age group are welcome to attend our study centre at Primrose Hill Community Library, Sharples Hall Street, NW1. We cater for learners from Early Years and primary through to GCSE and adult students. Our tuition centre incorporates First Class Learning, SATS, 11+, 13+ and GCSE worksheets.
We will provide your child with a structured and an individualised daily study plan of about 10-15 minutes each day, with 1:1 support given whenever needed by a video or a phone call.
COVID-19 News - In line with recent measures this centre is temporarily closed for face-to-face visits. However, our centres are continuing to support the students using Zoom and Skype, with our worksheets delivered or posted.
The learning content and pace will be individualised to meet your child’s personal learning needs to help them gain confidence in their own abilities, develop independent learning skills and enable them to realise their potential. This newfound confidence in their ability can help them to make better progress in their studies at school.
We believe that it is important to develop problem solving skills and comprehension skills early on so that children can apply themselves in every other subject in school.
At First Class Learning we believe in 1% steps to 100% success.
We will meet you in person (currently on Zoom) to discuss how we can help your child with maths and/or English. We will then assess your child 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. Upon your approval, your child will then be able to start the course with the worksheets, attending regular classes at the centre or online, with support from us. During classes, they will complete a short piece of work which will be marked, reviewed and corrections done. The student will then be given homework to practise the skill set covered in class to be completed over the following week. The homework time required is 10-15 mins daily. We encourage for any corrections to be made on the same day so that your child quickly learns from any mistakes, and you can see the progress made over the week. Our programme is a partnership between First Class Learning, your child, and you as parents, and therefore, communication between all is important.
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