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About Us

Posted on: June 24th, 2014 by bpedle No Comments

About Us

The English Maths Science Tuition and Examination Centre was founded by Sanjeev Sirpal and Dr Robin Wooldridge to provided inexpensive, high quality tuition.

We take a structural approach to education which is based on over 15 years of educational experience. We teach students a method, which when followed gains the maximum marks. Lessons are informal and the emphasis is on both quality and quantity. It is not unusual for students to have completed 80 different questions in one hour! Students who didn’t think they could learn maths astound both their parents and themselves by learning complicated algebra.

There is no need for your children to struggle at school! Enrol your children at English Maths Science Tuition and Examination Centre and you’ll see the difference!

English Maths Science Tuition & Examination Centre emphasises the Traditional approach outlined in the policy documents of the Campaign for Real Education.

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Traditional

  • Education should be reasonably authoritarian and hierarchical
  • The curriculum should be subject-centred
  • Emphasis should be on content
  • (Book) knowledge and accuracy are essential
  • Rationality and the consideration of factual evidence should predominate
  • Recognition of right and wrong
  • There should be a product
  • The product, or knowledge of content, should be objectively tested or measured
  • Competition is welcomed
  • Choice between different curricula and/or different types of school is essential to maximise individual strengths

Progressive

  • Education must be egalitarian
  • It must be child-centred and relevant
  • Emphasis must be on skills
  • Experience, experiment and understanding are more important
  • Creativity and feelings are more important than facts
  • Right and wrong depend on one’s point of view
  • It is the process that matters
  • Criteria provide a framework for subjective assessment or tasks based on skills
  • Co-operation must take precedence
  • Entitlement for all replaces choice and differentiation; equal opportunities can be used to construct equality of result