Local teacher Daniel Guiney opens tuition centre in Newry for Primary School children

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Monday, May 20th, 2019
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A new tuition centre specialising in primary school level Maths, English and the transfer exams has opened on Monaghan Street.

Education Support Hub provides children of all primary ages and abilities an opportunity to bridge their learning gaps, while also catering for gifted and talented learners.



It was founded by Newry man Daniel Guiney due to what he described as ‘the lack of education centres in Newry’.

He told Newry Times, “We are passionate about helping children achieve their full potential in academic studies.

“Every child has a different learning style and our programmes provide them with the tools they need so that they can become a more confident learner and blossom in the classroom.



He continued, “1 in 4 children receive private tuition and it is important that parents in the Newry area have the same opportunity.”

“Unlike other education centres, Education Support Hub does not sit children in front of computer screens, instead opting to have individually tailored programmes delivered by fully qualified teachers.

“The centre also uses the same learning schemes as local schools, ensuring children can transfer their progress directly into the classroom,” Daniel added.



As a teacher, Daniel brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to his students, having taught all age groups.

The tuition centre will be open from Monday – Saturday and children can avail of a free assessment to identify their needs.

To book your free assessment visit www.educationsupporthub.co.uk or call 028 300 50619.

Follow Education Support Hub on Facebook by clicking HERE.



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