Dynamic Learning has devised a successful mix of traditional curriculum and modern methods of proven teaching and learning strategies, combined with small classes – a maximum of 12 children per session – to ensure individual attention.
Learning experiences contain a variety of stimuli such as visual, auditory and kinaesthetic, to aid your child’s natural learning style. Dynamic Learning has created optimum conditions to help children learn to read and write in English, following the English National Curriculum.
Children aged between 3 and 11 years can enjoy the fun and excitement, challenge and achievement, creation and imagination that Dynamic Learning provides.
Ruth Milne, the inspiration and driving force behind Dynamic Learning, is a fully qualified Primary Teacher. She studied at Moray House College of Education in Edinburgh, gaining her B.Ed. with an A pass during her final placement.
She worked in Edinburgh for three years before marrying and moving to Nottingham. As well as working in inner city schools, her most valuable experience was at St. Peter’s Junior School, working with the well-respected Peter Cast as R.E. and Literacy Co-ordinator. It was during this time that Ruth developed her ideas of accelerated learning from her class experiences and external training in curriculum development.
In 2001 she moved to Geneva. In January 2003 she gained an A pass in her CELTA course, enabling her to teach English as a foreign language.
Ruth has many interests, and particularly enjoys skiing and running.