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Cheshire’s first Academic Summer School to launch this year
Wilmslow based Peak Tuition will be offering Cheshire’s first summer school for children aged between 1 and 11 in Knutsford.
The summer school will launch at the end of July, offering an alternative to sports clubs or other activities. It was organised after a parent, who moved from London to Cheshire when a broadcaster relocated to MediaCity, commented that they were unable to find one locally when they are commonplace in London.
After exploring the options, Peak Tuition secured Knutsford Academy as a venue and put together an itinerary to provide academic challenge in a relaxed environment. There are also opportunities for fund activities such as picnics on the Moor and creative challenges.
Education Director, Daniel Coward, said: “We’re providing children with the opportunity to learn beyond the curriculum, to develop their intellect and to have fun doing so. It’s 6 weeks during the summer holidays where children can keep their minds active, take part in debates & become passionate about learning. It’s good news for parents too – many do not have the luxury of having the summer off work and are not keen about their children spending the entire summer holiday playing on games consoles.”
For more information and to book a place for your child, you can visit Peak Tuition’s website at: https://www.peaktuition.co.uk/news/summer-2018/