Your child’s needs are of utmost importance and our entire staff are committed to meeting those needs of your child. A high percentage of our business is from word-of-mouth, repeat customers or referrals.
Caringbah Learning Centre was established in 1985 by the previous owner in response to a need for remedial education for students experiencing learning difficulties.
The current owner, Pamela Ford, BEd (Hons), took over the business in 1996. She has expanded the services of CLC from the main focus area of learning difficulties to include a wide range of programs to meet the educational needs of students from preschool to Year 12.
The centre has an extensive range of resources including printed material, hands-on materials, educational games,PCs and iPads. In both Literacy and Maths programs, material is presented in a variety of ways.
Owing to COVID-19, Caringbah Learning Centre can now offer online lessons using Zoom. These proved to be most successful during the lock-down period.
We use PCs and iPads and resources include the latest educational software and Internet access to reinforce concepts.
Most pupils find the use of technology motivating and helpful with maintaining concentration.
Current Literacy and Maths syllabuses from the Department of School Education are kept at the Centre for reference and assisting with the design of a student’s intervention program.
Our staff include Primary, Secondary English and Secondary Maths teachers. They are qualified, highly experienced and dedicated.
All teachers and our secretary have a current Working with Children Check clearance number.
The centre is open weekdays and Saturday afternoons.