Harringtons Learning Centre offers a wide range of private tuition in the evenings and weekends for pupils aged between 5-18 years. Tutoring is carried out by specialist tutors and is tailored to the specific needs of each pupil. Harringtons knows that tutoring helps build confidence and encourages the pupil to ask questions that they would not normally wish to do in a classroom amongst their peers.
Harringtons Learning Centre provides the following:
- tuition to all levels, ages and abilities for school and college subjects,
- primary, secondary, GCSE, A-level, and 11-plus exams,
- support for the work carried out by schools and collegs
- targeted tuition to the more complicated areas of schooling that complements a child’s existing level of learning
Personalised + consultative learning experience = high quality, affordable tuition for all ages
Digitery’s main homework for the on-going Harringtons project is to get the brand into the hands of local parents that want to support their childrens’ schooling and nurture their sons’ and daughters’ confidence and competence in the classroom. Students of all ages can struggle with the learning process at school, whether it is just one subject that is letting them down when it comes to the report card, or that the standard system of teaching in a school environment is simply not compatible with their own learning method.
The marketing team at Digitery set about researching local schools, colleges, and catchment areas to find out where would be the best places to advertise the services of Harringtons. Whether it be a hand-out to go in a child’s homework bag, a letterbox leaflet, or a well-placed article in a regional newspaper or magazine, the design of the marketing material is just one small piece of them! Once you have the what, the who, and the where, the ‘when’ is also crucial, making sure that the timing of the content – whether it be a physical letter or leaflet – or a virtual ad or post – needs to be perfect. Again, the team made sure that the delivery would correlate with the school calendar in terms of holidays, internal tests, and external assessments.