How Kip Centres Work
Kip McGrath centres are based on populations of around 50,000 people, with the aim that around 7-10% of these are school aged children. Based on these figures, in order to grow a centre to 100 lessons per week (national average), you only need to tutor about 1% of the students in your area, though in reality, you actually need less than this as many students attend more than once each week, so you’re only actually looking at about 0.6-0.8% of the available students.
Each child is assessed prior to enrolling to ensure that the program of study is appropriate to the individual. For this reason, each child’s work plan is unique. We don’t teach in class groups so every child receives the correct level of tuition and individualisation to really make them become successful.
We don’t have a minimum length of enrolment or require parents to pay in advance. We know our tuition works so there’s no need to tie people in to contracts.