How to enrol

Initial Assessment

Before your child commences study with Ilford Tuition, he or she will be assessed by your Centre Manager: Raadia Fatima BA (Hons), PGCE, holding a QTS (Qualified Teacher Status) and has an enhanced DBS (CRB). This assessment will help to determine the specific needs of your child and ensure a suitable starting point in the course.

The Learning Centre

Once enrolled, your child can attend the Study Centre on a regular basis. At the Study Centre, he or she will be taught the skills and techniques to complete the work which will be marked and returned. Your child will have the opportunity to discuss his or her work with your Centre Manager. Each visit to the Study Centre should take up to 40 Minutes per subject.


At the Study Centre , your Centre Manager will carry out regular assessments of your child’s progress. The results of these assessments will be discussed with you and your child, and will help to form a clearer picture of your child’s progress and projections for future study.

Independent Learning

At the Study Centre, your child will be encouraged to take the initiative in tackling problems and tasks. Of course, guidance and assistance will be given when required, but at Ilford Tution, we believe that the ability to think independently is as important as the content of the courses. Your child will not be ‘taught’ in the traditional sense. Instead, they will learn how to learn, and learn how to succeed.


At each visit to the Study Centre your child will be given a detailed programme of homework to be completed before the next class. The homework plays a vital role in your child’s progress by ensuring constant consolidation of the skills learned at the Study Centre.

All students should look upon the homework they receive as a weekly task – not a daily grind! They may choose to do a small amount each day, or in two or three sessions over the course of the week.

Working together with your child will ensure that you are fully aware of the work your child is doing and the progress being made. It will also give you the opportunity to support and encourage your child in their studies, raising confidence and self-esteem. This interaction between parent and child plays a central role in the success of the student.


Redbridge Central Library, Gloucester Room, Clements Road, Ilford, IG1 1EA

Classes are held every Saturday at Ilford Central Library between 11am and 1pm.


The Drive Hall, The Drive Methodist Church, The Drive, Ilford, IG1 3PP

Classes are held every Wednesday at The Drive Hall between 5:00- 6:30pm.