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EducateFirst Ltd - Tuition Centres

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  1. EducateFirst provides Saturday tuition classes in learning centres across West Yorkshire, including Huddersfield, Bradford and Leeds.

    In Huddersfield, tuition takes place at The Hudawi Centre, Great Northern Street, Huddersfield, HD1 6BG.

    • Educational support for key subjects
    • Classes in Maths, English and Science
    • Exam revision and preparation (including SATs and GCSE)
    • Every Saturday throughout the academic year
    • All children aged 5 to 16 years welcome
    • Key Stages 1 to 4
    • Qualified and experienced tutors
    • £6.25 per lesson (1 hour)

    Visit our website for class times at each of our centres.


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EducateFirst Ltd
The Management Team

Great Northern Street, Huddersfield HD1 6BG

0113 265 3459
0870 137 0343
07594 746 226

Organisation last updated

  1. 10 August 2020

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  1. Hudawi Centre, Great Northern Street, Huddersfield, HD1 6BG
    1. All key services are accessible. Wheelchair access
    2. Either, there are specially marked parking spaces for disabled people, or disabled people can park within 50 metres of an accessible entrance. Disabled parking
    3. There is a toilet which can be accessed by people with disabilities including wheelchair users. This means that it complies with the standards set out in Part M of the Building Regulations,'Access to and use of buildings. Fully accessible toilet
    4. There is a loop system. Please contact the venue if you need further information. Loop system

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The New Academic Year

  1. The New Academic Year
  2. Every academic year EducateFirst relaunches its campaign to support local school children and help them become proficient in core subjects (Maths, English and Science) through a fun and interactive learning programme that is aligned with the National Curriculum.

    Tuition classes are held every Saturday throughout the academic year at the following centres:


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    HUDDERSFIELD

    The Hudawi Centre

    Great Northern Street

    Huddersfield

    HD1 6BG

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    LEEDS

    The Bangladeshi Community Centre

    Roundhay Road

    Leeds

    LS8 5AN

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    BRADFORD

    The Grange Interlink Centre

    Summerville Road

    Bradford

    BD7 1PX

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  3. 10/08/2020

History

  1. History image goes here
  2. August 2009:

    Through its work with students, parents and tutors, EducateFirst recognised that there remained an unmet need for educational support for many children within local communities. We therefore teamed with a group tutors to try and help various communities tackle this issue.


    February 2010:

    In Leeds, we held a free open day to determine what type of support was required by children in the area. A community-based learning initiative was set up designed to help provide additional educational support to children outside of school. This support is now ongoing in the form of classes in key subjects (English, maths and science) for children aged 5-16 years.


    October 2010:

    Following requests from parents, we held a second open day and subsequent classes for the community of Huddersfield.


    September 2011:

    We now enter our third academic year and hope to welcome the community of Dewsbury to participate in this expanding project.


    September 2012:

    The project expanded to Bradford where a free open day was welcomed by parents, children and local businesses who supported the launch of this learning initiative within their community. Tuition classes commenced after gaining a better understanding of the educational needs within the area.


    September 2014:

    A new and revised learning programme was launched following feedback from parents, students and teachers. Additional incentives were on offer to help students reach and maintain their educational targets.


    January 2015:

    Working in collaboration with the University of Huddersfield, EducateFirst provided work opportunities for new PGCE graduates and aspiring teachers.


    August 2015:

    EducateFirst celebrates 6 years of providing local school children with the educational support they need and deserve. We have not only provided continued support over the academic years, but have also established a successful summer school project (also now in its 6th year) to help students bridge the gap in their learning.


    July 2016:

    Support continued over the summer holidays with our Summer School. We catered for Key Stages 1-4, preparing students for when they return to school in the new academic year.


    May 2017:

    As with every year, students benefited from SATs and GCSE exam revision sessions across our learning centres. We received outstanding feedback from parents and students.


    October 2018:

    The community learning project now enters it's 9th year. To date, we have provided tuition and educational support to thousands of students and their parents.


    February 2019:

    We look forward to celebrating our 10th anniversary later this year.

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NameDescription
Maths tuition ONLY £6.25/hr10.00am to 11.00am • Every Saturday at the Hudawi Centre • All children aged 5-16 welcome.
English tuition ONLY £6.25/hr11.00am to 12.00pm • Every Saturday at the Hudawi Centre • All children aged 5-16 welcome.
Science tuition ONLY £6.25/hr12.15pm to 1.15pm • Every Saturday at the Hudawi Centre • All children aged 5-16 welcome.

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