There is many franchise about education. Why we should choose Kumon in Babergh? Here is the answer. Check it out.
What is Kumon?
Kumon is known as one of the UK’s high-priority supplementary education provider, offering individualised maths & English programmes to assist any kid of any ability to evolve and reach their potential. Kumon intention is for every child to become an independent, advanced learner with a favorable attitude to study. The Kumon Method of Learning enables children to self-learn with Instructor guidance, helping students to take charge of their own learning journey and improve the confidence to strive for their goals and aspirations.
History of Kumon
The Kumon Institute of Education was established in 1958 in Japan, by Toru Kumon, both a parent and gifted maths teacher. He designed what is now the Kumon Maths Programme for his son Takeshi, to help him develop his capability in maths. Our programmes now develop English skills, as well as maths, and are constantly evolving, learning from students and Instructors, to make them as effective as possible. Kumon still stands firm to Toru Kumon’s founding principle; to help as many children as possible excel academically and realise their capability. Kumon can help give your child the tools for a lifelong love of learning.
Kumon Franchise for Sale and Cost in United Kingdom
Learn the content below to learn more about the costs & rewards of owning your own Kumon centre.
1. A beginning investment of £3,000 as regards your licence fee (representing £1,500 per subject for maths and English)
2. You need to budget an extra £1,500 – £2,000 for marketing activity across your earliest 12 months of business.
3. You require to allow for rent or hire of premises, as well as other minimal running costs
4. In the case of franchise re-sales, a fee is paid to the outgoing Instructor for taking over their business.
Kumon Franchise Profit and How much the profit?
1. You’ll set your own fees, typically in the region of £65 per subject, per month, which parents pay to you directly
2. You will be aiming to have average subject numbers of 150-200 subjects in your centre
3. You’ll pay Kumon a fixed cost royalty fee for each student/subject, so it’s easy to project your profits
5. You’ll benefit from generous rent and fit-out subsidies towards starting up in a dedicated venue
Kumon Franchise Review
- Katie Isaacson
Stars : 5/5
Date of experience: 21 October 2022
Kumon is a specific style of learning and I can now see how this repetition is working. My son is super speedy in maths, confident with his numbers and can apply his independent learning skills in school. After the first few weeks I was unsure as the papers seemed easy and repetitive, however nearly a year later it’s clear how they have given my son such confidence.
I can also see how it is getting him ready for exams by working on his own, comprehension questions etc.
I would highly recommend but don’t expect a ‘normal’ tutor experience as this is a way of learning and if you stick with it then you see the rewards.
Stars : 5/5
Date of experience: 03 October 2022
I recently enrolled my 7 year old on the Kumon Maths programme which requires him to study between 20-30mins everyday! It seems to be working well as of yet, he’s doing the work on his tablet which was the option I went for (partially because you don’t have to mark the work everyday – which was a bit of a put off for me) but honestly within just a month I can seen the speed in his mental maths and he seems to to enjoying doing it on this Kumon app. It’s still early days but I am hopeful so far, in that he’s studying daily. The digital study can be a bit costly as you need to have your own device but I think most kids these days do have some sort of access to computers and tablets.
Stars : 5/5
Date of experience: 09 October 2022
As a parent of three teenagers, I have tried many different supplementary education providers and from experience can say that Kumon has really been useful in supporting and improving my children’s maths and reading skills. It is a long term programme and it really depends on what you want to achieve from it. My children did both maths and English in Kumon for a few years up to their GCSEs and all achieved the grades they wanted to get into their A Level choices. They have all stopped Kumon now as the work load at A Levels and University is too intense. It’s a shame Kumon does not offer Science programmes as I had to get separate Science tuition for my boys GCSEs whilst they were still doing Kumon and this can be quite expensive!!
- Zahra Khan
Stars : 5/5
Date of experience: 27 September 2022
I’ve done both math and English at kumon Battersea since the age of 7 and, whilst at first, the daily work seemed like a burden, I’ve now realised I was doing work 2-3 years ahead of my school year. I’ve recently graduated from the maths program and I can say that starting early is a huge advantage and the hard work really pays off. I would highly recommend starting kumon early as it really does come in useful in the later school years, up to GCSE and beyond!
- Ms Ahmed
Stars : 2/5
Date of experience: 30 August 2022
Found Kumon Battersea to be very repetitive and boring, within weeks of the free trial, child totally lost interest in maths as the tutor kept giving the same repeating worksheets, despite feedback that they were too easy. The tutor was also rude when I wanted to stop.
- Gavin Gavin
Stars : 1/5
Date of experience: 24 July 2022
Kumon has to be the most boring thing ever, it’s nothing but crap, I despise it so much! The reason why I hate it is because it’s daily and when summer time is here kumon has to ruin your time, burn in hell kumon!!!
- Carolina Bugueno
Stars : 1/5
Date of experience: 09 April 2022
I enrolled my daughter at the kumon in tooting and my poor girl hates it. She cries every time she goes there and as I have signed a contract I need to pay for the 6 months. I find this disgusting as we never know how our children will take something. I have addressed my concern with the tutor and requested to withdraw but she told me that there is no way out of the contract.
- Samuel Kassahun
Stars : 1/5
Date of experience: 07 May 2022
My son has been going to Kumon for a year now but he neither improved in his maths nor English. The teacher focuses on repetition ( +1 exercise until 100 and more 🤷🏾♂️) rather than training to improve their arithmetic skills. The teacher is so stuck up she couldn’t even want to listen to comments based on our observations. So defensive and illogical on her arguments. Her main argument is “This is Kumon’s way of teaching” as if it is some sort of dogma.
The worksheets are so repetitive to the point that your kid will hate to even have a look at it.
How to Become Kumon Franchise
Becoming a franchisee
Kumon is looking for driven professionals who are passionate about education, children and helping them build a brighter future. Together with over 11.5 million potential Kumon students across the UK, you can turn that passion into a reality by running your own Kumon study centre where one doesn’t already exist or is available because an existing Instructor is retiring.
You do not need a background in education to become a franchisee. Several of our Instructors have had careers in law, finance and business and have experienced the advantages of the Kumon programmes themselves through their own families.
This is a full-time business opportunity where you will build and run your own business while also helping children accomplish their capacity.
You’ll become part of a network of Instructors that share best implementation along with the satisfaction of making a difference to children in your local community.
You will have an Area Manager to offer advice and support in starting, organizing and marketing your Kumon study centre
There is a minimal start-up fee and Kumon offers generous subsidies to centres opening in specific venues or areas.
Through delivering both face to face and online classes, you will help many families benefit from learning with Kumon‘s method.
From some of the things above, it can be concluded that Kumon is a promising business for the future. Although there are some negative reviews, but the positive reviews are much more.