At the Explore tuition centre in Cabot Circus, they deliver inspiring workshops, designed to help children discover the magic of learning. They believe progress shouldn’t stop at the end of term so they are running a day of free workshops on Saturday 14 December.
Mapped to the national curriculum, their free winter workshops support all children, from the reluctant learner to the knowledge seeker. There are four available:
Fun With Phonics
10:30 – 11:30 | ages 4 – 6
Did you know that 55% of children struggle with blending and segmenting in their first two years of school?*
Children will explore the world of rhyming words, building their confidence with phonics and guiding them on their journey to becoming future poets and phonics pros!
Telling the Time
12:00 – 13:00 | ages 5 – 7
Did you know that time is the 2nd biggest area of difficulty in maths for primary school children?*
Children will have help tackling the challenge of the big and little hand. We all know how tricky it can be to master this lifelong skill, so there’s no time like the present to start learning.
14:30 – 15:30 | ages 8 – 11
Did you know that 56% of children in primary school struggle with comprehension?*
Children explore the winter woodland, learning the difference between fact and opinion. Can they use their new found knowledge to stop any arguments forming between some very opinionated animals?
16:00 – 17:00 | ages 8 – 11
Did you know that 94% of children think maths is useful for later life?
For many children maths can get a little more complicated as soon as it starts using lots of words. This workshop will help children tackle worded problems to become fearless problems solvers.
Book now at explorelearning.co.uk/free-workshops/
*Based on 48,613 Explore Learning members.
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