Bright Young Things is a tuition centre in Chesham providing exceptional support to ensure children meet their full potential.
Their educationalist experts provide Maths, English and Science tuition for all abilities and ages including:
- A popular Maths and English Club (Reception-Year 7)
- 11+ preparation (Year 4 and 5)
- Prep for Secondary & SATs Course (Year 6)
- Secondary Success (Year 7 and 8)
- Pre GCSE English, Maths and Science (Year 9)
- GCSE English, Maths and Science (Year 10 and 11)
At Bright Young Things, they focus on your child as an individual, all lessons leave children engaged, confident and motivated. Tutors work with children at all levels of ability. Whether whizzing through school or finding it tricky to keep up, they’ll be there to build confidence, enthusiasm and ensure academic success.
With specialist English tutors and an expertly design English programme, the centre provides support for early years, KS1 & KS2, exam preparation for 11+ and GCSE.
At the BYT centre, unique maths tuition materials are developed in-house and carefully aligned with the national curriculum. The materials are designed to cater for a range of abilities so that tutors can gauge a student’s progress and set work accordingly.
Biology, Chemistry and Physics tutors strive to introduce a desire to further investigate the wonders of science, while helping your child build their confidence and achieve outstanding grades.
11 Plus Tuition
Tutors also coach students for the 11 plus entry to top UK day and boarding schools. All of their tailor-made Maths and English material has been created in line with the National Curriculum and is designed to work in conjunction with classroom learning. With over a decade of experience of getting children into their first choice school, tuition and materials are designed to offer pull preparation for the exam.
Summer School Programme
Bright Young Things also run a popular summer school programme. Mornings are spent on intensive Maths and English teaching, aimed at keeping students bright over the summer break. Afternoons are spent on activities such as chess, debate, and creative writing.