The maths tutoring franchise reminded its customers that Mathnasium is there to support pupils on break, especially after a hugely interrupted year of schooling.
Mathnasium is committed to supporting and tutoring kids year-round, but understands the particular importance of keeping kids academically engaged over summer, and preparing them for the next school year after a year in which so much teaching was missed, or changed form in a way that didn’t suit every child.
According to Betsy Washburn, a Mathnasium franchisee over in the USA, children have lost between six to nine months of learning content due to the pandemic. In order to build back that confidence post-COVID and give their children a fighting chance of catching up and keeping up, Mathnasium urges parents to consider turning to Mathnasium over summer.
The tutoring franchise recognises that each individual student is important, and a built-in assessment completed by each student allows Mathnasium to craft a conceptual understanding of where a student is currently at, and where they require help. Sessions with the franchise will then help students to understand maths, build skills and confidence, and finally find enjoyment in a subject that many struggle with, and avoid as a result.
To become a part of this growing global tutoring franchise, teaching valuable skills to children across the UK, you’ll need to make a minimum initial investment of £30,000, with total investment costs of £100,000. If you don’t have the money upfront and aren’t ready to invest, be aware that most UK banks are willing to lend between 50-70% of start-up costs to a franchisee with good credit, looking to invest in a vetted franchise. If you want to find out more about becoming a franchisee, visit Mathnasium’s profile page, which you’ll find linked above.
Cara Squires, Point Franchise ©