Tutoring, Homework and English Support Program: United Way School’s Out (in-person)

In partnership with the Friends of Simon Tutoring Project the SFU Surrey - TD Community Engagement Centre provides a no-cost tutoring outreach program targeted towards immigrant and refugee children in grades 4-7. This program is open to students who have immigrated to Canada, and to students who may have been born in Canada but whose parents/guardians have immigrated to Canada. The students must be in grades 4-7. 

Friends of Simon tutors are highly trained and qualified SFU students who speak a variety of second languages that may include French, Tagalog, Spanish, Romanian, Punjabi, Czech..

Their tutoring expertise includes the following subject areas:

  • English
  • Math
  • Science
  • French
  • Social Studies
  • Humanities

and more!

Location: This program is being offered in-person at the Surrey City Centre Library (Room 401)

Date & time: Students can join the cohort on either Mondays or Thursdays. Sessions run from 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm.

This program is brought forward in partnership between SFU Friends of Simon, the SFU Surrey – TD Community Engagement Centre and Surrey Libraries, with funding from the United Way School’s Out program.

Register Your Child

You may now register your child(ren) for the Summer iteration of this program (May 6th to June 17th, 2024). 

If you have any questions or concerns, you can email us at Cec-FosReg@sfu.ca any time. 

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  • For partnership, please contact Rachel Nelson or call 778.782.8082