187A Lavender Hill
London SW11 5TB
We are located on Lavender Hill opposite the Battersea Arts Centre. There is drop off and pick-up parking at the rear of the building, access via Sisters Ave. There is also some free parking in ASDA, a two minute walk away.
If you’re searching for a maths or English tutor in Clapham Junction or Wandsworth, come and check out our Battersea tuition centre. We’re part of a network of tutoring centres London parents review highly.
Individual tuition programmes
Our curriculum-linked programmes are designed by experts to deliver the results your child needs (catch-up, extension or exam prep), while also building confidence and increasing love of learning. We teach children aged 4 to 16 and regular reports show how your child is improving. Every student has an individualised plan and works towards agreed personal goals. Results are celebrated.
Effective and engaging maths tuition will ensure your child has the numeracy knowledge and thinking skills required for improved maths performance. We help children who struggle with maths, as well as those who are gifted.
Whether your child is a reluctant reader and writer or an aspiring novelist, we can prescribe a needs-based English tuition plan. Our tutoring complements schoolwork and follows the school curriculum.
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Owner: Lauren Weatherley
Ever since leaving secondary school I have wanted to own a NumberWorks'nWords centre. I love the way that the tuition is tailored to meet each individual child's needs and build their confidence.
As a teenager I had started to believe that I couldn't do maths and began having weekly tuition at NumberWorks'nWords. The help I received was so beneficial my confidence quickly grew and my grades rocketed. After leaving secondary school I started work as a maths tutor at NumberWorks'nWords Wimbledon which I continued right up until leaving University. In 2012 I opened NumberWorks'nWords Battersea.
I hold a BA (hons) degree in Education and a Diploma in Teaching, specialising in English across the primary and secondary age range. I also hold a post graduate qualification in EYPS (Early Years Professional Status) which is specifically devised for those who have an interest in teaching early years. I spent a year working as a nursery teacher responsible for the communication, language and literacy area of learning within the Early Years Foundation Stage. This has enabled me to gain a lot of experience and understanding of the way children develop their language and communication skills. I have found this knowledge to be very beneficial when teaching our primary and secondary students.
In my spare time I enjoy baking! My favourite thing to bake is a Victoria sponge cake!