Kumon are offering the chance to win tickets to the Royal Shakespeare Company’s award-winning production of Matilda The Musical and an all-expenses paid, two-night stay in London for a family of four.
As part of their two-month Summer Festival of Reading, which celebrates all things literary, Kumon are hosting an exciting competition for all UK children throughout August 2015.
To enter, children ages five to 16 should visit kumon.co.uk/competition and download a storyboard, to illustrate where reading could take them, accompanied by 250 words.
The fantastic prize is particularly fitting as this much loved Roald Dahl story features on the Kumon Recommended Reading List.
Kumon offer maths and English study programmes for children of all ages and abilities. Through daily study, Kumon aims for each and every child develop the confidence and ability to study independently, with a positive, ‘can-do’ attitude. There are over 69,000 students experiencing success through the Kumon programmes across the UK, though this exciting competition is open to all children.
Natalie Bailey, Brand Relationship Manager for Kumon UK explains: “We are launching this competition to promote the power of a child’s imagination as a result of reading, whether that is down the rabbit hole with Alice or plunging into a universe of paranoid androids, translating fish and the impossibly named Improbability Drive of The Hitch Hiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. Ultimately we want children’s imaginations to run wild and by doing so encourage as many young people as possible to discover the many benefits of reading for pleasure.”
To find out more about the Summer Festival of Reading or the benefits of the Kumon English Programme, visit kumon.co.uk.
For media information, case studies and images, please contact Natalie Bailey on 020 8447 9020 ext. 268 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOTES TO EDITOR
- Kumon is the largest supplementary education provider in the UK, offering maths and English programmes.
- The Kumon Method of Learning was developed in 1954 by Toru Kumon, both a parent and gifted teacher from Japan.
- There are currently more than 69,000 Kumon students learning at 640 study centres across the UK, with over 4 million students worldwide.
- At Kumon, our aim is for each and every child to become an independent, advanced learner, with a positive attitude to study.