Maths tuition and English tuition at NumberWorks'nWords Subiaco is delivered one to one to each student by specialist tutors and specifically tailored to meet their individual needs. It's our job to discover what your child is capable of and then help them achieve their potential.
Click on the links below to find out more about our maths tutoring and English tutoring programmes.
Phone (08) 9388 3727
108 Rokeby Road
We are on the corner of Rokeby Road and Churchill Avenue, upstairs above Tastings Cafe. Entry is off Churchill Avenue. There are a number of parking areas nearby.
January Holiday Programme
Our popular (and effective) holiday programmes are on again in January.
Make sure your children start the 2014 year on the right foot.
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Western Australia Term Dates 2013
We follow local school terms. View the Western Australia Term Dates 2013.
Owner: Janice McGuire
Hi, I'm Janice and I'm the person you'll meet at NumberWorks'nWordsSubiaco.
After more than 15 years with NumberWorks'nWords I think I am very lucky to be able to say I still LOVE my job. I get incredible satisfaction from being able to make a real difference to the learning and the lives of so many young people. And I get to have fun while I do it!
We have four children ranging in age from 24 to 16. This is the last time we were all together now that our oldest has moved overseas – the youngest would now be on the bottom of the pile!
My husband and I first started a NumberWorks'Words centre in Rotorua, NZ, in 1996. In 2005 we decided to bring NumberWorks'nWords to the West, opening in Subiaco. We also have the State franchise and look forward to opening more centres in Perth.
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What people say about us
My child has struggled with Maths from day one. It is with great relief that she is now performing at an age appropriate level and more importantly is enjoying...
I'm very impressed with your tutoring staff, as a parent I really appreciate the level of communication with me...
I'm pleased to report my child read his first 'chapter book' today. This is a major advance for him - something I know he would have waited a lot longer to have achieved...