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1. How can we help your child?

At Excel we want to be part of your child’s academic journey. Our team of motivated, and experienced tutors deliver focused & engaging classes on topics your child needs support on. We carry out internal assessment to ascertain the strengths and weaknesses. This allows us to develop their knowledge on key areas to see progression.

2. How your child's learning progress is measured?

Our experienced tutors work with each child on individual basis and create tailored reports on every student’s progress. We also target specific weak areas and convert them into strengths using logical thinking methods such as Visualisation, Cooperative learning, Technology in the classroom, Inquiry-based instructions and Differentiation

3. How long is each session?

Our sessions are designed to keep students engaged throughout their learning. We keep each session subject specific and provide a learning time of one and half hours

4. Can a student approach you outside of class hours to clarify the questions?

Yes. We encourage our students to always ask when they have any questions, our team members are always in hand to guide you through the process

5. I’m still not sure if this is right for me, what can I do?

We always recommend booking a FREE introductory session to learn more about Excel and find out how our experienced tutors guide each student to excel and achieve their goals

6. Can a student attend extra classes outside their study plans with Excel?

Yes. If you are wanting to attend some extra lessons our team members will be happy to assist you.

7. How do you ensure my child's safety?

The safety of our students & team members is our top priority, and this decision is not one we take lightly. All our staff receive regular training to support safeguarding during in centre sessions. Our team members are also enhanced DBS checked and cleared. On site there will always be a member of management who is qualified as a paediatric first aider