[Advertising Feature] After 13 years of running her successful Bradley Stoke Kumon Study Centre on Mondays and Thursdays after school, local instructor Sarah Nutchey is to open a new class on Saturday mornings.
After talking to local parents who work full time, and find it difficult to bring their children along after school, she has responded to the demand to offer a time that is available to these families. This has not been an easy decision for Sarah, as she has to balance the needs of her own family.
Saturday 3rd September 2011 is the start date for the new classes, which will run from 9:45am until 11:45am at the Kumon Study Centre within Bradley Stoke Leisure Centre.
By extending the hours, Sarah will be able to offer the opportunity to more children to develop as independent learners.
The opening of the new class coincides with the chance to try Kumon for two weeks, for free. Kumon, nationally are running a two-week Free Trial offer to students who start their studies in September and October.
Sarah facilitates truly individualised learning; each student works at the level and pace that is just right for them. This gives students the power to discover their full potential, gain study skills that will last a lifetime, and feel confident and self reliant when they find themselves faced with challenges.
In the last two years, Sarah’s two young sons have been studying Kumon maths and English. Having seen firsthand how Kumon has helped them, Sarah wants as many other families to share similar success. Sarah has also witnessed the successes of her many students who have studied Kumon long term, for 5 – 7 years, and who have taken their GCSEs, achieving the highest grades possible.
Sarah is happy to hear from you if you feel your children would enjoy the benefits of studying Kumon. She can be contacted on 0117 9081992 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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