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By: Oxford Learning  09-12-2011

Toronto, ON—Toronto’s newest Oxford Learning Centre will be opening in York Mills this week.

Oxford Learning provides quality after-school educational support for students of all ages and grades. Oxford Learning was founded in London, Ontario in 1984 by education experts who were developing an interactive program to help children learn how to learn.

Along with basic school skills such as reading and math, Oxford Learning helps students develop their confidence.

“Confidence is a big part of helping children get better grades,” says Sundip Makani Centre Director of Oxford Learning York Mills. “When children start to feel better about their learning abilities, they can accomplish anything. We’re really happy to be bringing these learning opportunities to the York Mills community.”

Each Oxford Learning program begins with an in depth assessment of a child’s learning strengths and weaknesses. This process allows students to be placed in a program where they will get academic support to best meet their learning needs. Students then work in small groups with teachers to develop their proficiency in math or reading, building their self-confidence as they work.

Grand Opening: Saturday, April 10th, 2010

Grand Opening: Saturday, April 10th, 2010. 11 am to 3 pm
Oxford Learning York Mills will be open in time for the spring rush

“It’s a perfect time to introduce Oxford Learning to the community,” says Sundip Makani.
“This is the last push of the school year, so if there’s a time when students need extra support to improve marks before final report cards, this is it.“

York Mills residents are invited to check out Oxford Learning April 10th during the Grand Opening Celebration. The Hon. Judy Sgro, MP from York West will be on hand for the ribbon cutting ceremony at 1 pm.

Sundip Makani encourages area residents to come down during the grand opening for cake and drinks and to take advantage of the grand opening specials including 50% off academic assessments for the first 10 students, and free season passes to Canada’s Wonderland!

Enter to win our GRAND PRIZE: Free Dynamic assessment (worth $250) + 15% Off on Tuition Fees for 3 months.

The information in this article was current at 06 Dec 2011

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