'Aim High' in Oldham goes beyond the classroom
Date published: 01 May 2019
Aim High tuition group
Aim High Tuition, a high performing tuition centre which provides Maths, English and Science tuition to 5-16 year olds, has been beyond the classroom again.
As part of their holistic approach to education, Aim High regularly takes their students on various extracurricular activities which are aimed at encouraging the students to get involved and gain skills outside the classroom.
This Easter the trip to Castleshaw proved to be hit with the students with those aged 5 to 16 all getting involved. Activities involved fishing, nature trails, Easter egg hunt, blind mans walk as well as a guided tour covering the rich history of the area.
Local Maths Teacher and Director of Aim High Tuition Arif Mohid said, “We were pleasantly surprised at the interest from all of our students. Normally, it’s hard to engage the older teenagers, but on this occasion we actually had to increase the capacity of our trip when the interest came flooding in as even the 16 year olds were very excited to join in”.
The students were lucky enough to have trained teachers and sports specialists helping them with their activities and they all had a great time. Even parents got involved and some even attended the trip and were surprised that such a lot of rich history and interesting activities on the doorstep of Oldham.
One of the students who enjoyed it so much said, “I always enjoy the trips with Aim High, but this time was even better because many of my friends came along. We all loved the fishing and the Easter egg hunt.
It was very competitive! Aim High isn’t like a normal tuition centre, they really care and go above and beyond to make sure we have a great experience!”
Aim High tuition has a dedicated team to ensure academic excellence as well as all round development of their students. The excellent feedback and results speak for themselves.
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