Lord Mayor of Liverpool attends Explore Learning’s Community Day
Parents looking to keep their children busy during the half term were invited to The Pavilion, Smithtown Road, where tuition provider Explore Learning hosted a day of FREE, fun and educational workshops for children aged five to 14. The workshops ran between 10.30am and 5.45pm, on Thursday 19th February, and welcomed children of a variety of ages and abilities.
Councillor Erica Kemp CBE the Lord Mayor of Liverpool attended to show her support and meet the children attending on the day. The workshops gave children the chance to learn in a fun, friendly environment with experienced tutors who can help children get their imaginations going.
The schedule for the day had something for everyone with:
10.30am – 11.30am: Fun with Phonics – for children aged 5-6.
12pm – 1pm: Telling the Time – for children aged 6-8.
1:30pm – 2:30pm: Times Tables – for children aged 5-6.
4.00pm – 5.00pm: Diary of a Wimpy Kid – for children aged 9-11.
4:45pm – 5:45pm: Great Grammar – for children aged 9-14.
10:00am – 5:45pm: Tailored Session – for children aged 5-14.
Chloe Smith, Centre Director at Explore Learning in Liverpool, says: “We are the first Explore Learning centre to arrive in Liverpool and since we opened three months ago, families have been really keen to come along. We already have a great referral culture and community atmosphere, as lots of families and friends have joined together. We wanted to reach out even further with this community day and really get to know more local families. We really enjoyed showing them who we are and what we do here at Explore Learning.”
Standard membership at Explore Learning is £109 per month but discounts are available for some parents who are on income support or have more than one child attending. All parents are eligible for a FREE trial session where parents and children can come in, meet the tutors and receive an assessment on how Explore can help.
As well as English and maths tuition, Explore Learning offers courses in creative writing, creative maths, eleven plus preparation, and succeed in secondary. They will also be working closely with local schools, organising fun and interactive workshops around their annual National Young Writers’ and National Young Mathematicians’ Awards.