Following their success of academic tuition in London and the Kent area, Bright Young Things are now opening a tuition centre in St Albans in September.
The tuition centre is based on 35 Ridgmont Road and will be supporting pupils aged 8 and upwards in the core subjects, with a focus on 11+ and 13+ preparation for local independent and selective schools. The centre will also offer GCSE and A level tuition, as well as Oxbridge preparation courses.
They place significance upon the core fundamentals of productive learning such as problem solving and logical thinking, enabling a broad range of children that solid foundation upon which to base further interests and success in academic studies. Bright Young Things’ successful tuition concept places emphasis on small classes, exclusive teaching materials and top-notch teaching which builds confidence and passion in learning.
Woody Webster, Director, goes on and explains:
"Our ethos of high quality teaching and our focus on traditional learning values has proved very popular in London and in Kent. We are now very excited at being able to offer the same teaching programme in St Albans , with our brand of top class tuition."
"We believe that 35 Ridgmont Road will be the perfect location to develop our service in St Albans. Close to the town centre, we have employed a local team of teachers and will be developing strong relationships with local schools, with parents receiving regular updates on their child's progress. The skills and knowledge that children learn with Bright Young Things then translate perfectly back into the classroom."
As part of their launch Bright Young Things are offering a free 11+ assessment and a free ‘taster’ lesson in any of the subjects and levels offered.
They are also holding an informative educational event led by industry experts on 8th September: ‘11+ and Beyond: Successfully Guiding Your Child through the Educational Maze’. Well known educator Dee Francken will shed light on issues such as how to best prepare your child for secondary education, choosing a school, helping your child with assessments, to tutor or not to tutor, what you should be asking on parents evenings and how to avoid homework becoming a battleground.
Tickets are still available through their website