The Enjoy Approach
approach has 5 key steps:
- Initial consultation
- Assessment and target setting
- Programme design
- Ongoing support
- Beyond the Enjoy school
Some children need a break from mainstream education to re-calibrate and find their strengths, or have specific mental health challenges or SEN that need dedicated care and expertise. Some families choose home-schooling as a lifestyle choice; to allow for travel, facilitate a relocation. Some seek to achieve top GCSE or A-Level grades or to have a schedule allowing them to perform at a professional level in sport, drama and the arts. Every child is different and our mission is to help students flourish and grow at the pace that is right for them.
Enjoy Education are proud to have over a decade’s experience helping families navigate the home-schooling journey. This equips students for a return to mainstream education and to flourish in the real world; building confidence, resilience and self-worth. Our approach is unrivalled:
We invest time and our 10 years of expertise to tailor-make 360° programmes that care for the whole child, understanding their goals, ways of learning and needs. Our network of trusted professionals can help with a range of needs and work seamlessly with your tutor teams.
How students learn is as important as what they learn. Enjoy’s home schooling approach is bespoke to every child, from the tutors we introduce, to the subjects they study, to how each day and week are structured. This personalised approach takes students beyond ‘book learning’, so they discover their passions, overcome hurdles and develop confidence, curiosity and creativity in their education journey.
We believe that education happens everywhere and at all times. In our experience, a tutor will often become a mentor and support their home-schooling student to become rounded learners. Whether this is through regular academic excursions, or shared passion projects, we see our students grow and build a lifelong confidence they may not have experienced in their academic studies. Engaging and meaningful extra-curricular activities ensure their social and emotional skills are nurtured and developed.
Exams require planning. Managing the volume and strategy of entrance exams, GCSEs and A Levels can prove overwhelming for some students and families. Our in-house team’s programme management removes the worry of missing deadlines, choosing syllabuses and submitting coursework.
We’d love to discuss how we can help your family’s learning journey.
Call us or email to arrange a meeting in our Knightsbridge headquarters.
Monday – Friday, 9am-6pm