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English and Maths tuition for 4-18 year olds with broad horizons.

We are Grow.

We are a small, Maths and English tuition centre in Mytholmroyd.

We teach within our Grow Learning Groups of no more than four students, so they receive lots of adult support within a child-centred learning environment.

What makes Grow personal tuition different?

We make things personal


We like to design work that suits each child because we know that different things work for different people. We want to find out what makes a child tick, what they are interested in and what their favourite learning style is. That way we can make sure they are getting the best out of every lesson.

Progress without pressure


We want to make sure children can make that extra progress without the extra pressure. Children who attend Grow learning groups will be treated like children (because that’s what they are) and not like robots in an exam factory (because that would be crazy).

What did you learn at school today?


We make sure we tell parents what kind of lesson we have had. We make sure that we can communicate via text or email in case we can’t chat properly at the end of a lesson. We think it is very important that you know what we have covered so you can help at home.

What are people saying about us?

‘I have two children that attend on a weekly basis and their confidence with maths has grown in a quiet and relaxed teaching environment. The teacher is happy to tailor the lessons to the children’s specific needs and delivers it in a fun and friendly way. As a result we have seen a positive effect on their school work. Thanks Grow!’

Lee Matthew – one very happy dad.

‘I love grow tuition because it is in a nice classroom and it is fun learning with potions and popcorn. It has helped me get loads better at maths and learning new things.’

Imogen Matthew – a flourishing Grow learner.

‘The transformation in our daughter over the time she has been attending Grow Tuition has been nothing short of revelatory.  She has gone from being near-phobic about maths to a child who openly tells people that she loves the subject and talks about it with obvious and genuine enthusiasm.  She maintains that this has happened because Sarah is a magician and we can find no real reason to dispute this!  That said, we suspect that it is also perhaps down to Sarah having taken the time to get to know our daughter, gaining her trust and respect and tuning in to how she learns best.  It is also obvious that at Grow Tuition an environment is created in which the learning is real, relevant and purposeful and, perhaps most importantly, fun.’

Mr and Mrs Sinfield – very proud parents.


Grow Tuition

Unit 7
Dene Hey Country Business Park
Hebden Bridge