After School Learning Support Groups

Achieve Now provides fun, affordable After School Clubs that support learning in SW London and North Surrey.

Where school budgets are strained but parents are eager for children to receive more support, an after-school learning support group is a smart solution. We have two different clubs

Achieve Clubs  

For primary school children (minimum age 7 years). Click here for more information

Elevate Clubs   

For secondary school students. Click here for more information

Located in schools and …

When located in a schools

  • Schools provide the facilities (room with computers or tablets and access to the internet) and publicise the Club to the relevant parents.

  • Parents pay a very competitive fee compared to private tuition.  

  • Where enough parents sign up to make the group viable, we will make spaces available for those who can't afford to attend.  

Clubs are considerably less expensive than 1:1 tuition

If a child is falling behind at school, the sooner appropriate interventions are put in place the the sooner the achievement gap is narrowed.  
These Clubs provide each child has a tailored programme to help overcome their individual difficulties. They not only help children catch up,  they are designed to boost confidence and self esteem.

If you would be interested in finding out more about having a Learning Support Group at your school do contact me. or click here.

What Parents & Students say about Clubs


  • Mondays Primary & Secondary students Claygate Primary School Cost £30 a week

  • Wednesdays Secondary School students only Refresh, Molesey Cost £30 a week

  • Fridays Secondary school students only Hinchley Wood Secondary School Cost £30 a week


It is important to be aware of the shortage of dyslexia tutors in this area.  This results in children being placed on waiting lists at a time when their young, plastic brains should be developing skills.

“My son Jaimon (aged 9) has been attending the Learning Support Group at Claygate Primary School for the past four weeks and I am stunned by the fact that he is happy to continue doing the Nessy Reading programme at home. In the past he’s had little ability and even less desire to persevere with anything learning-wise. He has defaulted to believing he can’t do it and therefore sets himself up to fail before he even begins. This programme, however, seems to have captivated him and he wants to carry on doing it at home! I’m in awe and believe I can see improvement with his reading already.

— Mother of Jaimon and David