Homework Club

Homework Club is a free service which supports primary school children with their homework in a calm and encouraging atmosphere. The ethos has been described as half-way between the discipline of school and the informality of home, and although independent learning is encouraged, children who find some aspects of the national curriculum challenging are given the individual help they need and care is taken to explain clearly, concepts learnt at school.

All children must be registered with the RPT Junior Club and must commit to regular attendance. Sessions are held three times a week, on a Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday from 3.30pm to 5.00 pm. When the homework has been completed satisfactorily, children join in with the Junior Club which runs in parallel to the Homework Club. In this way, children prosper from focused academic support and the therapeutic disciplines of organised play.

The co-ordinator of the Homework Club is an experienced English and primary school teacher and RPT tutors are drawn from a broad range of professional and academic backgrounds.  

Register your child for Homework Club

If you would like to register for a place in our Homework Club, please follow the link below to register your child on our Magic Booking system. Once you have entered your child's details, you will need to add 'Rugby Portobello Trust' as the centre you want to attend. If you have more than one child, please complete a separate registration for each child.

If your child is already regsitered on Magic Booking, you won't have to register again. You will simply have to add ‘Rugby Portobello Trust’ as a centre and choose Homework Club as the session you want to book on to.

Click here to register for Magic Booking.


For more information about our Homework Club please contact:

The Rugby Portobello Trust
221 Walmer Road
W11 4EY

Academic Progression Coordinator Susan LowndesMarques
E: Susan.LowndesMarques@rpt.org.uk 
0207 229 2928


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