Our Mission Statement
- Our mission is to allow children to develop their full potential through extra tuition that is tailored to the needs of the individual.
- We aim to do this through caring, conscientious and well-trained staff.
- We acknowledge that its “people”; children, staff and parents are its chief assets.
Our mission statement is shared by everyone in The Extra Tuition Centre. Understanding the promises we make to our customers is the guiding principal of all our operations here at the Extra Tuition Centre.
We believe that students want to achieve and succeed. The difficult student is a child who is frustrated by lack of achievement and progress. We believe that the way to achievement and progress lies in making extra tuition fun and rewarding, not a punishment. For this reason we deliberately base our centres, wherever possible, in Leisure Centres. Extra tuition is a leisure activity. We depend almost entirely on the teacher to create a sense of fun. Our bespoke computer programme ACTION, is designed to consolidate and then build on these skills, so that the student makes progress. Our teachers and their assistants reinforce, encourage and praise the child in lessons. ACTION on its own is merely a programme – the teacher gives it a human face!
Our Mission Objectives
- To provide individualised extra lessons for your children.
- To help your children do we well as possible within the boundaries of the National Curriculum.
- To assess and provide appropriate remedial, extension and enrichment material for children.
- To try to help your child to do better at school.
- To co-operate with parents, children, teachers, schools and professional services by providing reports, comments and examples of action plans when
appropriate and called for.
- To work within the curriculum guidelines of the appropriate education authority.
- To recognise that parents are paying and therefore expect results, and are entitled to a frank discussion about their child's performance at any time.
To encourage the children to bring in their problems from school and be prepared to sort them out irrespective of what has been organised for the
- To engender in the pupils a feeling of confidence that if they put in the effort, no matter what the result, they will receive recognition and appreciation both spoken and written in their books.
- To recognise that many of the children with special needs requirements will have lost confidence and faith in themselves and teachers as a whole and
that they will require careful and sensitive handling.
- To structure the content and running of the lessons so that the children leave each lesson feeling successful.