Programme - G.Y.M
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Structure

At Growing Young Minds we truly believe a child’s learning and abilities are limitless. So, G.Y.M prides themselves on being dedicated to broadening your child’s knowledge, skills and confidence. Always in a safe, interesting and nurturing environment.

To achieve the best results we have structured each small group session so that they consist of three very important main elements:

o Memory (Alongside spellings/vocabulary and mathematical facts)

o Verbal/Non-Verbal Reasoning

o Tutorial Time

 

These elements are targeted to meet the needs and abilities of each individual.


o Memory is crucial to learning.

 

Every day we undertake activities that require us to remember, process and act upon multiple pieces of information consecutively. A good working memory enables children to process what they already know and then automatically links it to new learning. At Growing Young Minds we use recognised techniques to develop English and Maths skills.

o Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning

These are problem based questions that test thinking, logic and reasoning skills; often used in secondary schools. They assess a child’s aptitude to understanding main concepts and processing problems.

 

    G.Y.M also offers hourly sessions focusing on pure Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning,

in these sessions English and Maths are not taught.

 

Growing Young Minds has proven techniques to support overall English and Maths development. We work with children who need an extra boost; as well as children who are interested in being entered into the Grammar School Entrance Exams.

 

Find out more about our English and Maths programmes here

Tell me and I forget.
Teach me and I remember.
Involve me and I learn.
- Benjamin Franklin