Wilke

About this centre

Since 2009 Mirjam Wilke has been looking after the KUMON students in Bad Segeberg. Her own children have grown up with KUMON and now have their high school diploma in their pocket.

Due to the restructuring of the school system, there has been a drop in the learning centre in Bad Segeberg from about 70 pupils at times to now about 20 children. It became noticeable that the children and parents were overstrained with the pressure to perform and did not consider learning methods with foresight. Now, since 2019, the Abitur has been available again at the age of 9 and it gives families the scope to respond individually to their children. The families who are coming now either have already made experiences with school, or they have the claim to give their children a good basis at their own pace and to let them learn in advance. We are excited about our development in Bad Segeberg.

The study centre is easily accessible from the pedestrian zone in Bad Segeberg as well as from the car park on the other side. Many students come to us on foot directly after school hours from the surrounding schools.

We would like our students to feel comfortable with us and try to create a pleasant atmosphere. We are committed to helping our students face challenges, keep their goals in mind and become independent. This creates self-confidence.

We welcome children from the age of 4. We take the curiosity and natural enthusiasm to learn new things and, through the KUMON material, give the children a solid foundation with which they can enter the first class in a relaxed manner. KUMON is also ideally suited for primary and secondary school pupils. Be it to compensate for deficits at first or simply to achieve their own goals with joy in learning.
 
As a KUMON instructor I have the daily task of helping my students to overcome hurdles themselves. The best part is to see the children grow in experience, stay on the ball and learn to set their own goals. About 15 years ago I came to KUMON through my own children and from day one I was thrilled to see how my children discovered their own abilities with the KUMON method.

Mental arithmetic, juggling with numbers, analysing mistakes and independently working out task examples. Both have internalised independent learning and can set themselves goals and implement them in small steps. They have the courage to face hurdles in general and are prepared to achieve effectiveness in processes through repetition and to grow from this. This self-confidence I would like to give to other children.

Task sheets simply contain everything you need to get ahead and to work on new things independently. We parents can concentrate on motivating our children to do KUMON regularly, simply participate and give recognition. With the solution books it is easy to correct and one can avoid the unnecessary conflicts that often arise from learning at home. Even if you don't understand the subject matter yourself or if you want to be taught by many different adults.

In 2007 I built up my private sports school Sportspool and in 2009 I added the KUMON learning centre as a second pillar. At KUMON I can work individually 1:1 with my students and support them. In sports I also support the children more individually through KUMON than 15 years ago. Social competence and teamwork skills are added to this. For me a valuable addition.
 

In Centre Class Times

Monday Non-class day
Tuesday 14:00 - 16:00
Wednesday Non-class day
Thursday Non-class day
Friday 14:00 - 16:00
Saturday Non-class day
Sunday Non-class day

Pricing

One off fee
Registration Fee € 25
What is the Registration Fee?
To get your child started with Kumon study you will pay a one off registration fee to register them as a student
Per month
Per subject € 85


Your child will attend the Kumon study centre for up to two days a week


Five other sets of work completed at home each week
 How long does a class take?
The time taken to complete a day's work may be around 30 minutes per subject. The study time is completely down to each individual and the level of the programme they are currently at. Please note, that class times and centre days might vary due to current governmental restrictions.
Parking - free
Family waiting area
Early learners section
Public Transport - Train
online class available
Parking - paid
Public Transport - Bus

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Hamburger Straße 19
Bad Segeberg
Schleswig-Holstein
23795
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