Kumon to reopen in South Morang, VIC

Julie Donceva, Instructor of Kumon South Morang Education Centre, VIC

Kumon is returning to South Morang in Melbourne’s outer north, to help all local children develop their mathematics and reading ability.

The new Kumon South Morang Education Centre will be operated by Julie Donceva, a former school teacher who specialised in supporting children living with learning disabilities. Julie has lived locally in the area for nearly 30 years and her own children attend a nearby Kumon centre.

“My first contact with Kumon was over 12 years ago when I enrolled my three boys”, Julie says. “I witnessed first-hand the dramatic impact Kumon had on the educational improvement on each of them.”

The centre reopens on 2 April at a new venue, 2/1 Danaher Drive South Morang VIC 3752. Classes will run on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday evenings from 3pm to 7pm, and all day on Saturdays from 10am to 4pm.

Julie believes that families will greatly appreciate the centres’ flexible schedule and that Kumon will play a highly positive role for the local community.

“Kumon is one of the best academic investments that parents can provide for their children”, Julie says.

“Apart from gaining knowledge in English and mathematics, Kumon students develop the discipline of self-learning. Self-learning – trying to find the solution for the problem, correcting mistakes independently and learning from them – will be the main pillar that Kumon students use as a foundation for their academic life”.

To enrol or to learn more about Kumon South Morang, please contact the centre directly:


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