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Student Support

Help your children maximise their potential

The Student Support Centre opened
its doors in 1991 and has since
become the largest provider of
home-based tuition programmes with
nine local offices across the UK

Student Support

Parents can help with their children's education

Our ‘Simply’ programmes provide a comprehensive course of study for each individual child, based on their strengths and weaknesses in maths, English and reading.

Student Support

Your choice.
Your family’s home.
Your children’s pace.

Our ‘Simply’ programmes come as a series of
user-friendly DVD lessons that can be watched
again and again in the comfort of your own home.

Our ‘Simply’ programmes provide home tuition for children aged between 4 and 17, covering maths, English and reading.

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MATHS

The core subject for much of daily life and for science and technology. Maths is key to every child’s success. From the basics to GCSE.

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ENGLISH

Everyone needs to be able to write good English and understand grammar and punctuation. Good English is not just needed for success in school, but in life

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READING

Ensuring your child can read is a basic building block that underpins their whole education. This programme will help you do just that

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Parents & Carers

Find out how our ‘simply’ programme could help your child develop their strength in maths, English and reading - whatever their current age or ability.

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Teachers & Schools

Find out how your school can get involved in our World Vision project.

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Students

Study and homework tips to help you stay cool in class and still stay cool with your friends.

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My family is very proud of me because I have always struggled with English. I am now starting my GCSEs and thanks to you my English has improved.

Kelly-Ann, 15, Liverpool
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I am now starting my GCSEs and thanks to you my English has improved.

Sarah, 15, London