At Harrow, we deliver core maths and English support for all abilities and ages, ranging from the age of 5 to 16. We offer 11 plus, year 6, secondary, and GCSE classes that are fun, encouraging, and competitive for students. Our tutors are available for homeschooling in all subjects. Our centre specialises in providing tailored Maths and English tuition for your child’s specific needs.
At Bright Young Things, we focus on your child as an individual. We deliver maths and English support for all abilities ranging from the age of 5 to 16 across Key Stages 1, 2 and 3.
We're keen to tailor our support to your child as an individual, so as to help them achieve their full potential.
We work with parents and students alike to boost confidence, academic achievement and self-esteem. It's our belief that giving a little extra time each week to embed key maths and English concepts picked up in the classroom can pay untold dividends when it comes to your child's learning.
In our focused learning environment, with tutors on hand, your child is given the chance to work to their own strengths and succeed academically. Whether whizzing through school, or finding it tricky to keep up, we will support your children by building confidence and enthusiasm to carry with them throughout their school years, and on to University.
219 Kenton Lane, Harrow London HA3 8RP
Our Harrow Centre is situated on Kenton Lane, a short walk from Kenton Library and is in easy reach of Kenton Road Station and Northwick Park Tube.
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Zahra is the Centre Director at Bright Young Things Harrow. She has worked in education for many years, beginning with a work placement at her local primary school . Zahra graduated from the University of Birmingham with a degree in Childhood, Culture and Education.
After university, Zahra spent some time in China at the International Youth Leadership Programme engaging with contemporaries about global education initiatives. She has also worked in trade finance at Barclays, the Department for Education and two other tuition centres.
Zahra has been the Centre Director at Harrow since Summer 2018.
To read more about Zahra’s experiences in education, have a look at her post on the BYT blogContact us now