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Kumon learning centre opens in Seven Kings

PUBLISHED: 11:39 06 December 2017 | UPDATED: 08:59 07 December 2017

Children learning in the centre. Picture: Kumon Ilford

Children learning in the centre. Picture: Kumon Ilford

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A study centre has found a permanent home in Seven Kings.

Cllr Dev Sharma, opened the centre. Picture: Kumon Ilford Cllr Dev Sharma, opened the centre. Picture: Kumon Ilford

On Saturday, November 25, the Kumon Ilford, opened its doors to eager children wanting to learn.

To celebrate the launch, the company held a community event at their Aldborough Road South premises.

Attendees were given a tour of the venue, had the opportunity to review learning materials and were treated to a ribbon cutting ceremony presented by ward councillor, Dev Sharma.

Henna Patel, who has been a Kumon Instructor for more than six years, said: “I am really excited about this new chapter for the centre and delighted to have opened in my own dedicated space.”

Councillor, Dev Sharma wished the centre ever success.

“I am very much persuaded that Kumon offers children the opportunity to learn in maths and English,” he said.

“Every child deserves his or her curriculum and Kumon provides that.” worksheets for each individual child.”

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