We believe in giving students a complete educational experience: academic and vocational learning delivered in a flexible, inclusive and bespoke way to celebrate the unique learning style of every student.
Many young people struggle to feel at home in mainstream school. Despite the hard work and skill of teachers, students who do not fit the constraints of the system can find themselves left behind. Perhaps the school cannot fully meet their educational needs, or there is not enough flexibility to accommodate their learning style or personality. Some students find school an anxiety-inducing place, which can render them unable to concentrate and keep up. Each student who joins The Complete Works has their own story and their own reasons for wanting a different approach to their education. For every one of these students, we curate a personalised learning programme that is as unique as they are.
We provide a combination of individual and small group lessons, taught in our TCW Learning Hubs, in the community and in students’ homes. In addition, we offer a range of wellbeing support options and extra curricular creative activities, to give students a broad and varied experience, which is tailored to their individual needs. We understand the value of both individual and group lessons, and have found that combining the two in the right way can help to achieve exponential results. The focus and flexibility of individualised lessons is uniquely suited to helping students catch up on missed learning and engage with a subject at their own speed and in their own way. Group lessons provide the opportunity for students to learn from each other in an atmosphere of respect and collaboration, while also gaining all-important social skills. At TCW we combine these approaches, giving each student the right balance just for them. Added to this, we provide a wealth of wellbeing and creativity initiatives, to give students a rounded, holistic and complete learning experience, or as we like to call it “The Complete Works.”
On the wall of our Central Office is written the quote often attributed to Albert Einstein: “Everybody is a genius, but if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.” Intelligence comes in many forms, but until we find our talents and our path in life, we can feel hopeless and worthless. At the Complete Works, we specialise in helping young people to find their path, discover their passions and feel inspired by learning again.