Do you have a question that is not answered here?
We get asked questions from everyone interested in our ‘simply’ programmes.
We understand that your time is precious, so to help you make the best use of your time we’ve made a list of Frequently Asked Questions below.
It is a carefully structured maths, English and reading tuition programme for use at home. The teaching is provided on DVDs with follow up exercises after each lesson to consolidate what has been learned.
The cost of the programme is very much structured around each family’s particular circumstances and will vary considerably depending on the number of children in a family, their ages and current attainment levels and of course, how much of the programme the parents choose to take. However, you may purchase the programme from as little as £1650.
To make the programme affordable to everyone, and because it is a long term learning course, you are able to spread these payments interest free, which works out at just £10.58 per week.
The average family spends £3025, making it £63.02 a month or £14.54 per week. When you consider that this programme belongs to the family and can be used by all the children at no extra cost, providing a solid foundation that will support their learning right throughout their schooling, this represents exceptional value for money.
Our ‘simply’ programmes are different because every ‘simply’ programme is delivered as a complete set of lessons up front.
Your ‘simply’ programme will be available to you 24 hours a day every day for all the children in your family to use again and again as much as they need to in the comfort and privacy of your own home.
We recognise that few parents may be able to afford this level of support from a private tutor.
Other benefits that our ‘simply’ programmes provide:
- Fits in with family life
- 100% UK National Curriculum based
- Develops your knowledge on teaching methods used in schools today
- Boosts your children’s confidence and enthusiasm
- Every ‘simply’ programme is based on your children’s strengths and weaknesses
- Builds a solid foundation for academic success
- Lets your children work at their own pace with no peer pressure