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It’s back to school for parents, too! D


artmouth Academy is offering Maths lessons for par- ents—with a chance to do a GCSE as well.


Do you struggle to help your children with their Maths homework? Are you nervous when it comes to everyday problems involving percentages or statistics? Do you regret never getting a decent Maths qualification at school—and wished that you had a Maths GCSE? If so, an evening class starting at Dartmouth Academy


in September could be just the thing. Aimed at parents of pupils at the Academy, the idea is to create a friendly, low-pressure environment for learning, where parents can study alongside other like minded parents. There are two objectives, says Sandra Westlake, Head of


Mathematics at the Academy. First, it’s an opportunity for parents to be better able to support their children with their Maths home learning. Second, if desired, attendees will also be able to study for a foundation-level GCSE—a chance to upskill and enable a future promotion, perhaps. Sessions will be free but anyone sitting the GCSE exams will have to pay the relevant exam entry fee, currently £60. “Just because you found Maths boring or difficult at school doesn’t mean that you’ll feel the same way now,” she says. “Teaching methods have changed enormously over the 30 years that I’ve been teaching Maths and I’m expecting people to be surprised at how quickly they start to master the subject.” The classes will begin on Monday 9th September, and run


from 5pm–6.45pm during term-time, every Monday. Be- tween lessons, you’ll be able to access free online support.


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New books for adults and children from our community co-operative Open Mon-Sat 10am-5pm Sundays in school holidays


info@dartmouthcommunitybookshop.co.uk www.dartmouthcommunitybookshop.co.uk


12 Higher Street (opposite The Cherub Inn) 01803 839571


DARTMOUTH SCHOOL OF MOTORING


Tel: 07976 616631


email:paulhk12@yahoo.co.uk


My name is Pauline Hook, I am a fully qualified grade A driving instructor based in Dartmouth with lots of patience and a good sense of humour. £30 per hour All levels and abilities accepted. If looking to learn or just need a confidence boost or refresh your skills, contact me by phone, email or FB messenger.


Interested? Want


to know more? Email Sandra.westlake@ dartmouthacademy. org.uk with any questions, mentioning the name and year of your son or daughter.


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