First Class Learning (FCL) is a leading after-school maths and English programme aimed at the National Curriculum. It has been developed by a British team of educationalists specifically to support the National Curriculum in England, Wales and Northern Ireland (and the Scottish equivalent) and is endorsed by the Dyspraxia Foundation.
My FCL centre is run in Hillingdon, on Thursdays at Oak Farm Library. Using the First Class Learning programme, I nurture my students by:
(1) building up the students confidence,
(2) concentration and
(3) a desire to learn and hence develop their independent learning ability.
Students of all ages attend the centre from the early years of Reception all the way through to children studying GCSEs.
Children of all abilities thrive at my centre and the First Class Learning programmes are individualised to each student?s specific needs. Each student progresses a step at a time, moving on only after they have understood and are confident in each topic making it a truly individual programme.
The programme is a long term programme and runs throughout the year. Students generally stay with me for a number of years. At my centre, we support your child''s learning with the aim of raising self esteem and confidence, thus making their school studies easier. Maths and English can be studied as individual subjects or studied together.