Homework Study Club returns to Aspendale Youth Centre
29 August 2017
School exams are fast approaching so Kingston Youth Services is bringing back its popular homework and study club at the Aspendale Youth Cove.
Volunteer tutors will be available at the club every Tuesday from 3.30pm–5.30pm to help encourage local students to hit the books.
Kingston Mayor David Eden said the Homework Club was a free service giving young people a quiet, supportive place to study in the lead-up to school exams.
“Getting ready for end of year exams can be a daunting task, and Council is pleased to be able to provide this vital service for our young citizens,” Cr Eden said.
“Trained volunteer tutors will be on-hand to provide support for exam preparation, time management, essay writing and a range of subjects including maths, physics, psychology and more.”
“In addition to help from the supportive volunteer tutors, students can also use the centre’s computers, internet and printers.”
Aspendale Youth Cove is based at the Aspendale Gardens Community Centre, 103-105 Kearney Drive.
The Aspendale Youth Cove is open 3.30pm–5.30pm Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Young people are invited to drop-in to access information and support or take part in a range of fun, free programs including social events, sports and recreation programs, art and cooking classes.
For more information, visit kingstonyouth.org.au or contact Kingston Youth Services on 1300 369 436.