We offer high-quality childcare for your child to support busy and/or working parents and carers. Our fun and enriching childcare is run every day throughout the year. The activities are loved by children and trusted by parents, helping each child get the most out of every day and adding richness to their learning. In addition to that, our team of qualified professionals can also offer support with homework. The staff will be available to support and guide your child with their homework in order to keep them on top of their studies.

  • Chess Club
  • Reading Club
  • Arts and crafts
  • Coding Club
  • Ofsted registered
  • Homework support
  • Outdoor activities
  • Games room

Chess Club

Chess is one of the most popular games in the world, so get ready to become a chess master with Learn to Achieve. Join our chess club and learn to solve problems using logic, critical thinking and reasoning in a fun, flexible environment.

What are the benefits?

  • Strategy games encourage planning, decision making, calculation, use of logic and forward thinking, amongst other skills.
  • Children who enjoy strategy games tend to be successful at mathematics and the sciences.

Art and Craft Club

Our art and craft clubs are perfect for children of all ages. Drawing, painting, sticking, creating, paper crafts, textile crafts, wood crafts and more. These activities are great for developing creativity and imagination while also creating a fun and relaxing environment.

What are the benefits?

  • Self-expressions and managing feelings
  • Improve confidence and self-esteem
  • Develop fine motor skills
  • Patience and concentration
  • Develop organisational skills
  • Research shows that children who regularly participated in some form of creativity performed better in maths and developed stronger reading and cognitive skills.

Coding Club

At our after-school coding club, we aim to develop the tech leaders of tomorrow! We aim to inspire and excite children about Computer Science and help them to code in a range of different ways. Digital technology is a big part of many children’s lives, as they are surrounded by smartphones, video games, websites, and even robots. What drives this technology are software or computer programs that are created by coding. Like learning about biology and chemistry, it is important for kids to understand the building blocks of an integral part of their life. They need to realise that what happens when they use technology is not magic, and they themselves can create programs that can be useful.

What are the benefits?

  • Improved critical thinking
  • Improved creativity
  • Improved maths skills
  • Increased confidence
  • Improved logical thinking
  • Improved structural thinking
  • Increased persistence and resilience
  • Improved algorithmic thinking
  • Improved writing skills and storytelling
  • Practice of core soft skills

Homework Club

We have always found homework to be a major problem for children and one for which parents find it difficult to provide a solution. There are a number of reasons for this. For many families, there is simply not enough time during the week to deal with their child’s increasing volume of homework. Children can then become anxious about meeting the deadline for completing their school homework.

At Learn to Achieve, we allow children to bring along any Maths, English or Science homework. Tutors are available to work through any difficulties that the child may be experiencing. Children are offered opportunities to work within a more structured learning environment, free from distraction and where they feel that they are given the appropriate support and guidance.

Homework Club is designed to encourage a healthy mindset around homework. We provide pupils with a space to:

  • Receive personalised homework support.
  • Build healthy and trusting relationships with others.
  • Set goals.
  • Learn effective study tips.
  • Develop good work habits.
  • Develop positive attitudes towards learning.
  • Develop independent learning skills.

Reading Club

Reading for pleasure is more important for children’s cognitive development than their parents’ level of education and is a more powerful factor in life achievement than socio-economic background.

The Learn to Achieve Education Reading Club helps children, in small groups, build a lifelong reading habit. Everything changes when we read.