Working With Teachers & Schools
Over 18,000 schools have already made parents aware of the learning materials provided by The Student Support Centre and how our ‘simply’ programmes can help support children with their maths, English and reading in school and at home.
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What other education professionals have to say about our programmes
World Vision Partnership
The Student Support Centre has joined forces with the charity 'World Vision' to launch The Student Support Centre's Nalitarbari Education Project.
Jason, Stevenage - April 2016
This package is superb, it is set out at a comfortable pace and is taught in a simplified manner. There were some early building blocks that our children had missed due to changes within the school, this was causing issues as the topics got more advanced. In only six weeks we could see the gaps starting to be filled and have already had positive feedback from the school.
Alison, Sunderland - April 2016
Our son Robbie only started the programme earlier this year. To date we feel it is being very helpful to him in revising material he has covered in the past. It will also we hope help him improve his confidence, morale and writing skills, which due to being dyslexic can be a problem for him at times.
Pavla, Manchester - March 2016
So glad to have found this program. My 7-year old struggles with reading and spelling as well as maths. Even before this program we had been doing lot of home revision but without the proper knowledge of how is each subject taught at school. Now we have a routine and although battle a little to get the lesson started, we do it and she is improving and feels more confident. Thank you :)
John Thomson, B.Ed Hons, M.Ed, M.Sc, D.A.S.E., Headteacher
Not all children progress at the same rate. Sometimes children need a little helping hand. This programme is that helping hand.