Raise your child's academic attainment with 2KickStartU

At 2KickStartU we believe education and consistent progress is the key to a bright future.  

If you have landed on this page, it's clear that you are a parent who has an unyielding passion to provide your child with whatever it takes to ensure that they can be all that they can be. Whilst we have the ultimate goal in our minds to instil a hunger in our children to do well in school, our modern day lifestyles combined with the ever changing curriculums can make us parents feel at a bit of a loss in finding the time or knowing exactly how to help our children with their education. Regardless of the problems we face or that the education sector presents, we know that a great education can lead to better grades, better habits and better paid jobs in the future.   

At 2KickStartU we value education and place a focus on making learning enjoyable which is why we place high priority to build rappor and thoroughly understand your child. From Year 1 up to and including GCSE, our tutors identify how your child learns best and pin point the gaps in their knowledge so that their tuition is specific to your child's needs. Be it English, maths or science, matters of motivation or confidence, or last-minute revision and help for tests or exams, with our tuition style and guidance you will enjoy watching your child break through limitations and barriers, regain self-belief in their ability to learn and show measurable results.

Why 2KickStartU? Because we believe every child can learn, and every child should have the opportunity to flourish – for it’s hardly a question of ability, and mostly a matter of teaching in a way that works for the individual.


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One of the key differences when moving to secondary school is the real need for revision when building up to GCSEs. It is incredibly important to stay in the know about your child’s study plan, subjects, and the choices they are going to be faced with, so that you are able to monitor whether your child is doing well or if they need additional support. The price of failure when all is said and...
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As half term holiday approaches, most parents will be researching exciting activities to do during the week. But before we get ahead of ourselves, there is one important event which will occur this week – the parent teacher meeting. As a parent myself, I have experienced quite a few of these to date, where some have been more successful than others, and I’ve realised that preparation is the key....
It was only a short while ago that I met Barbara, but I was instantly drawn to her story and her vision. Perhaps it is that I am a mother of two that gave me enough reason to want to find out more, or maybe it was simply that it made sense. Barbara spent the best part of a decade working in Alternative Education supporting others to achieve their fullest potential by being a mentor, inspiring...


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