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a- Day nursery:
Summit Education is running a day nursery in Manchester. Please visit our Day nursery's website and check Ofsted reports via ofsted's website.
Early Explorers Day Nursery web address : www.earlyexplorers.co.uk
Ofsted Report web address : https://reports.ofsted.gov.uk/provider/files/2618613/urn/EY482485.pdf
b- Tuition and Supplementary Education
Summit Education Society is registered charity which aims to provide high quality and low cost education to primary and secondary school pupils in the area. Across all our educational programmes, from Key Stage One all the way up to GCSE level, our focus is on literacy and numeracy, the bedrock subjects in every learner’s education.
By supporting our pupils in these subjects we improve school performance and results across the board. But more importantly, highly developed literacy and numeracy skills also broaden life skills, expand learning horizons, and encourage social cohesion.
- Primary &Secondary English and Maths
- 11 +
- GCSE Revision Courses
WHY CHOOSE OUR TUITION COURSES?
We are passionate about our literacy and numeracy programmes.
We work hard to make sure we have courses that are suitable for pupils just starting school in KS1 up to pupils preparing to sit their GCSEs and beyond.
Having experienced and inspiring teachers who are passionate about their work is at the heart of all that Summit Education Society does. Unlike many supplementary education providers, all our teachers are fully qualified and have a track record of delivering engaging lessons and getting the best out of pupils.
Small Class Sizes
Whereas mainstream schools will have as many as 30 pupils in a class, our absolute maximum is a 1:8 student/teacher ratio. This means that pupils are able to benefit from group work and develop communication skills, but also receive far more individual attention in each lesson. This means that our teachers are quick to discover when a pupil isn’t grasping a concept so they can be supported further. At the same time, it means pupils who have grasped their work are not able to ‘coast’ and can be stretched further.
We realise that the last thing most kids want to do when they get out of school is attend another school! This is why we engage with all of our pupils to make sure
the atmosphere of learning is different to school. This can involve more activity based learning where pupils use their creativity to support their academic learning, and equally it can involve creating a more peaceful space for pupils to think outside the hectic rush of everyday school.
Online Learning Tools
We use online learning tools to aid both teaching in class and as homework. For literacy and numeracy we use IXL website and For 11+ we use Bofa website. These interactive tools are effective for all ages and break learning up into chunks so pupils can work on the areas they need. The tools are also used by teachers in setting homework so they can make sure pupils spend time on weaker subjects between lessons.
Above mainstream schools and any service Summit Education Society provides, we know that parents are the single most important factor in any pupil’s education. This is why we try to engage with parents at all stages of a pupil’s time with the course. After the initial assessment, our teachers sit down with parents to discuss results and ways the pupil can make progress. Then throughout each term, pupils receive a weekly report card giving feedback on progress and highlighting any issues, before an end of term report to demonstrate overall development. We also aim to make our branches as open and friendly as possible so any issue of a pupil’s education can be discussed with teachers each week.
We are a not-for-profit organisation and we work hard to make sure our prices are as low as possible. All our fees go directly to paying the teachers and providing learning resources so that parents get real value for money. We realise that paying for a year of extra tuition is a lot of money, so please do get in contact with us to discuss payment options.
c- Community Events
Summit Education Society Society organises various events regularly and annually. Some of these events are:
1- Celebration Events: Religious Festivals; National days; Culturally Important Days; Spring Festival, Picnics & Barbeques Parties; Wedding, Anniversary, Birthday, a New Baby or Retirement
2- Sports Events: Football and Volleyball Competitions, Runs and Walks and Healthy Living Exercises; Break Terms and Summer Camps for Students
3- Fund Raising Events: Food Fairs or Fate, Hand Crafted Goods Sales, Gift and other Cultural Goods Sales; Fund Raise Dinners.
d- Academic Activities
Anatolian Society tries to find solution local and national problems by getting supports from academic communities. These events are called ‘Academic Events” that are seminars from academic experts, group discussions, cooperation with other charities and think-tank organisations on various social and community problems.
Summit Education Society organizes local, regional, national and international trips for members of the society in order to extend perception and understanding of members. Some of these trips are for learning purposes; some of these are for cultural awareness.
Summit Education Society organizes regular trips to other branches and to similar charities in order to improve its services. This also provides to reach wider communities.
Summit Education Society organises various courses such as Cooking, ESOL, Sewing and Arts etc.