Kumon has opened in Mount Druitt, Sydney, to help support children’s learning in Maths and English, and to show them that through hard work anyone can achieve.
Kumon Mount Druitt Education Centre is led by Kristine Zamora, a former commercial banking executive and later early childhood educator, who discovered Kumon in 2006 while living in the Philippines. Two years later Kristine and her family migrated to Australia, where she enrolled her children into the Kumon Centre in Westmead.
“The most valuable thing about Kumon is it helps children develop the needed discipline for them to realise their dreams”, Kristine says.
“When fostered well this discipline is their springboard to success and to the achievement of their dreams”.
Kumon Mount Druitt operates at Mount Druitt Community Hall. The Centre is open on Monday and Thursday afternoons from 2pm to 7pm. Kristine says her Centre will be a place where students will become motivated and taught how to achieve, not only in school but also in later life.
“I endeavour to make a positive impact in the lives of the children of Mount Druitt by sparking a fire and desire to pursue further education”, Kristine says.
“I want my students to understand the value of resilience and self-learning; to know that the consistent hard work they put in now will garner a higher return for them in the future”.
To find out more about Kumon Mount Druitt or to enrol, please ring Kristine on 0452 627 429 or email email@example.com.