THE Study Centre at Crystal Palace Football Club have announced a great new way to help children's learning in Maths and English. Every week, the Study Centre, which is run by Susan Biggs, will be running special tuition classes in both subjects. As well as this, in conjunction with Club Learning, they will also be providing learning support at home. There's a huge amount available with the service, with a once-a-week tuition session, exercises, lessons, assessments available 24/7, support from teachers and getting major discounts off your regular shopping. The Study Centre is set to have open days on July 29 and August 6 to allow parents to see how it all works and how it can benefit the children in the community. You can check out the website for specific times and how to book your place at www.studycentrecpfc.org.uk. The service will be £18 per week, and if parents are already receiving tax credits, it could only be as little as £6 per week. The Study Centre has been working in the community to help with children's education for 16 years and they see this as a further step in strengthening their commitment in this direction. And Susan Biggs believes it will be a popular service to the local community at a Premier League Football Club. "It's really exciting to be able to offer this extra help to the families in our community at such a low price," she said. "As the numbers of children increases, we will increase the numbers of tuition sessions throughout the week. "It's our aim to be helping a further 200 children in the community by this time next year. "Every week, the children will come to a one-hour tuition session where we will focus on helping them with their Maths and English, building up their confidence in the basics of arithmetic, algebra, times tables, as well as grammar, spelling and reading while supporting them with particular topics with which they might be struggling at school. "Community Schemes like ours at Crystal Palace are uniquely placed to help children." The Study Centre, which has former Palace midfielder Eddie McGoldrick assisting Biggs, has plans to invite first team players to visit and help motivate the children. And the football club will be supporting the Centre by giving incentives to reward good effort and progress. Biggs added: "Our experience over the years tells us that children are genuinely inspired by our state- of-the-art classroom at the heart of the football club. "Children who come to Club Learning with The Study Centre at Palace not only get real help with their learning, they will also have fun while they do it." To find out more about the Study Centre and what they do at Selhurst Park, visit www.studycentrecpfc.org.uk.
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