Who we are…
KEW Tuition offers educational support to children and young people from 5 to 18. Established in 2007, we work with children and families from Brent and surrounding boroughs.
In partnership with parents/carers and schools, we aim to identify and remove barriers to learning by raising pupil’s self-esteem and improving attainment in order for pupils to become confident learners. We also support those who are already exceeding targets by progressing towards outstanding performance.
We invite parents/carers and pupils to discuss their educational needs and indicate areas of concern, at point of registration. This gives us an understanding of individual needs in order to provide an efficient service. KEW offers support with homework, if special educational needs are identified, arrangements will be made to offer additional support.
Assessments and Reporting
Regular assessments in Math, Reading, Writing and Spelling take place monitoring progress followed by end of term reports and parent/tutor meetings twice per year.
Classes take place during term times on weekday evenings online and Saturday morning within school setting.
- To support parent and child in the transition from primary to secondary and secondary to further education and beyond through education and social emotional well-being mentorship.
- To promote healthy home school liaison empowering parents/carers to making informed choices about education.
- To identify and eliminate barriers to learning by setting targets with parents and children in order to raise academic achievement.
All members of staff are DBS checked and experienced in tutoring English, maths and sciences including biology, chemistry and physics. Members of staff have completed additional training such as Child Protection, First Aid and Health and Safety. Lead tutors are supported by assistants/volunteers during the sessions to ensure that all pupils receive the maximum support.
As a supplementary centre for education, the organisation is keen to ensure that children are healthy, safe, enjoy school, achieve and make a positive contribution to their community. Equal opportunities are of great importance to KEW and members of staff are expected to maintain this by demonstrating a non-discriminatory practice when interacting with children and their families of all nationalities, irrespective of their culture, race, religion, gender, class, marital status or ability.