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About The Study Spot

At The Study Spot, teaching is about much more than simply imparting knowledge; it's about inspiring children and helping them achieve their full potential. We ensure this by employing teachers in the field who not only are passionate about what they do, but also use effective teaching methods to support the individual learning needs of each and every student. Our learning material is designed by qualified teachers with many years of experience who currently hold senior positions at local schools. Our material follows the National Curriculum and has been designed to support the learning that takes place at school. Furthermore, we believe that learning does not only take place at school or the tuition centre but it is an ongoing process thus vital that our students acquire the necessary life skills allowing them to become independent learners for all life's endevours!

Our philosophy

  • We encourage our students to develop their social skills and give them room for personal development
  • We encourage our students to strive towards meaningful goals and support them as they solve the problems they encounter so that they become more autonomous 
  • Our philosophy is applied to all levels of our teaching plan. Students are encouraged to get involved in designing the way that they are taught.
  • In short, we encourage our students to develop their own personality and to discover their own individual paths towards adulthood.

Our centre's main strengths lie in:

  • Encouraging independent learning by using a variety of teaching methods
  • Creating a supportive environment
  • Nurturing constructive relationships with parents
  • Academic learning through projects and extracurricular activities
  • Holding various events in our school and in London
  • Cooperating with neighbouring nurseries and schools

Contact us

The Study Spot

18-19 Morris Road


E14 6FF

Phone:  020 3411 2200 020 3411 2200



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