Let us take the stress out of homework!
By providing an interesting and relaxed environment for your children to do their homework, with educators in English, Mandarin and Maths to assist them when they need it, homework stress will soon be a thing of the past.
The children work in groups so they learn to work as a team and help others. This encourages them to pull together, accept help from others and also realise that they are not alone. With help, support and a relaxed environment, your children will enjoy doing their homework and look forward to the next school day.
Homework club works on a monthly basis. This allows us to offer a cost-effective and simple way to operate. And most importantly lets us guarantee sufficient time for your child to finish their homework in a productive and stress-free environment.
Fees are payable monthly and run during the school year, starting and finishing on your chosen dates. During the summer holidays the centre will run fun and interesting courses in addition to continuing private tuition, special events and low-cost access to all facilities.
Standard ($3800 per month):
5 hours per week access to the centre to include:
- Homework Club (tutors available to assist children)
- Arts & Crafts area (materials supplied)
- Library usage
- Apple computers for research
Premium ($4800 per month):
Unlimited access to all centre facilities, including Homework Club, during standard opening hours, Monday to Saturday.
- Preferential rates for Summer Club courses
- Invitation to special events (movie nights, quizzes etc)
Homework Club is also available on an hourly basis ($300) as an alternative to monthly payments.
Please call 2157 9595 or email email@example.com to book your preferred times.
Please note that all Homework Club sessions must be pre-booked. The above memberships do not include private tuition or extra courses run by ATEC staff.
One of the greatest gifts we can give our children is the empowerment to create a life they love, filled with purposeful, enjoyable work and relationships they hold dear. Anonymous