Helping 1000s of Students Realise
Their Academic Potential

Personalised online and classroom based after school tuition that makes the difference.

The Boost Education Charged Up Curriculum ™

Approved by exam boards, the Boost Education charged up curriculum™ covers Key Stage 1 up to GCSE subjects with learning material and a teaching methodology that supports your child's school curriculum. Each of our classes are designed to ensure maximum results on exam day.

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Our Story

Boost Education went from a single person operation to a multi-centre tutoring business in the space of a decade. Our centres have become fixtures in communities like Ilford, Slough, Stratford, Southall and Ealing since opening our first centre.

Our vision is to become the top tutoring business in the country that’s known for making quality education available to all.

We’re proud to be going strong thanks to a fantastic faculty and support from the communities that we serve. Individualised care, supportive tutors, quality learning material, small classes, state of the art facilities and a personal investment in the success of every child who walks through is what parents can expect from us.

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The Boost Education Difference

Boost Education - Featherstone Primary

Western Road, Southall UB2 5JT

Another addition to our growing network of industry leading tuition centre’s is our second Southall centre conveniently hosted at Featherstone Primary with more days to choose from making it easier for parents within the Southall area.


Boost Education Tutors

We offer tutoring that is of the highest quality with staff that undergo Continuous Professional Development (CPD) to ensure that the Boost Education standard is maintained at all our centres.

Our centre managers liaise with parents on a regular basis to ensure that your child is given all of the support they need to thrive under our teaching.

We welcome every chance to work with stakeholders in the education sector to ensure our students receive only the best in education. Talk to us to learn more about the schools and communities we serve.

News and Insights

Get the scoop on the latest developments in the education sector and gain insights on how parents can help their children achieve their academic best.

What the new T levels means for your child
A recent blog discussed the different options that await students after completing their GCSEs. Since then, a new group of courses was announced that is touted to give post-16 year olds a more direct path towards a career. T-levels were developed in collaboration with businesses to give students on-the-job skills. The first of the two-year courses will be introduced in…
The difference between GL and CEM 11+ exams
The 11+ exams are selective secondary school entrance tests that are usually taken at the beginning of Year 6. The two boards that conduct the 11+ exams are known as the Granada Learning (GL) and Centre for Evaluation and Monitoring (CEM) boards. Which 11+ exam your child will sit is determined by the board your region has adopted.  There are…
Life after GCSE exams. What’s next for your child?
The years following their GCSE exams are arguably the most important for British secondary school students. Learners at this level will either be considering their A-level subjects, mull over attending a new school or college for sixth form or consider attending a vocational school. Some may even decide to put academia behind them altogether. Whatever your child’s decision, it’s important…
Exam revision techniques: Chunking
Chunking is a method of taking large pieces of information and grouping it in a way to make remembering it easier. This way of recalling information occurs often in our daily lives yet probably goes unnoticed for the most part. However, studies have found that chunking also improves our short term memory, which is specifically used to help us put…

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Our Process

We developed a curriculum that delivers the best academic experience and results.

1. Initial Assessment

2. Get Started

3. Small Classes

4. Weekly Homework

5. Mock Examination

7. One on One Review

8. Parent Feedback