Kumon’s educational approach instills essential life skills in students, contributing to their academic success and personal development. Kumon encourages confidence, discipline, critical thinking, and resilience, shaping students into well-rounded individuals prepared for life’s challenges, as testified by parents and completers.
A Kumon mom shares how being consistent in her children’s Kumon study helped them excel in school and beyond
Kumon Philippines revisits the testimonials of Kumon Parents and Students this 2022.
Kumon Parent Charlemagne Cejo tellls why enrolling in Kumon was a good choice.
For Kumon parent and Instructor Audrey Tan, the learnings of her daughter Angela Clare in Kumon Philippines helped her daughter in winning local and international competitions and dreaming for a brighter future ahead.
We believe Kumon is setting up Joaquin for success. He would sometimes tell us that what he’s learning in primary school is something that he already learned in Kumon. As Kumon parents, we just need to continue being patient, being there for him, giving him words of encouragement, and, if needed, rewarding him with things that he finds pleasurable.
It’s not a secret that one of the keys to nurturing a child’s love for learning is parents’ and teachers’ teamwork. Parents help form their children’s values at home, influence their attitudes towards learning, and support their learning. And when it’s time for children to gain knowledge outside their homes, the teachers work to instill and cultivate the values earlier planted by parents.
Josh Chael Villanueva reached an amazing feat in 2019 – he became the youngest Kumon Math Program Completer of Zamboanga City Center! How did he do it? He was able to manage his Kumon worksheets and school work at the young age of eight. Mrs. Joyce Villanueva, Josh’s mother, discovered her son’s love for numbers and gift in math. She wanted to develop
By Atty. Sittie Raifah Pamaloy-Hassan of Iligan (Learning) Center Parents in all sectors are united in wanting the best for their children. As parents, even during the trying moments in our lives, we still prioritize their needs. As a human rights worker, I feel that I have to fulfill my children’s right – which is their right to education. I was made aware
It was pure interest and a curious mind that stirred the eagerness of three-year-old James Ronald Ferrer to attend regular school like the other kids. He had the tendency to ask questions about what school was like to his mom, thus pushing Mr. Ronaldo and Mrs. Teresa Ferrer to enroll James in the Kumon Program to entertain his curiosity towards learning. His Kumon