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Enjoy Education
1 Relton Mews
Knightsbridge
London
SW7 1ET

Tel: +44 (0)207 352 8800

Email: [email protected]
www.enjoyeducation.co.uk 

We have met with Enjoy Education’s staff. In addition, 68 clients and 55 tutors have completed an on-line survey (sent to 381 clients and 290 tutors) and we have followed this up with additional short phone interviews with some of those surveyed.

The Good Schools Guide review of Enjoy Education

Founded in 2006 by Kate Shand (late 30s). Glamorous, dynamic, chirpy. Chatty too – while tutor agency owners are a famously talkative bunch, we defy any to beat Kate on words per minute. Fizzing with zeal and zest and determinedly upbeat, she looks for the same in her tutors. So, if it’s excitement, fun and a real buzz about learning that you want out of your tutoring (and who doesn’t?) then Enjoy Education is definitely worth a shot. Mission statement of the company has always been ‘to create happy, confident learners.’

 

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