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Mon
9 AM - 8 PM
Tue
9 AM - 8 PM
Wed
9 AM - 8 PM
Thu
9 AM - 8 PM
Fri
9 AM - 5 PM
Sat
9 AM - 4 PM
Sun
Available By Appointment

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3025 Ness Avenue Unit J
Winnipeg, Manitoba
R2Y 2J2

204.944.0898

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Upcoming Events

Free: Time Management: how to do it all - study, homework, friends, play

Where: 3093 Ness Avenue at Sturgeon Road, Winnipeg

Free: Limited space

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Free: How to focus and avoid distractions: procrastination can be defeated

Where: 3093 Ness Avenue at Sturgeon Road, Winnipeg

Free: Limited space

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Free: Exam anxiety: how to manage it

Where: 3093 Ness Avenue at Sturgeon Road, Winnipeg

Free: Limited space

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Free Learning Styles: how to make the best use of your learning equipment

Where: 3093 Ness Avenue at Sturgeon Road, Winnipeg

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What Parents & Students Are Saying

Hi Alexis, The year is humming along, we're already in the middle of October! Hope your year is going well so far. Just wanted to let you know that Gavin is doing awesome this year. He's a surprising kid - it can be easy to underestimate him but then he keeps shocking me with his progress. He's building on everything he has learned so far, everything that he gained during his time with you and other skills and taking it to a new level. There may still be some challenges ahead; he hasn't taken a test yet, but I am extremely pleased with how he is doing. Grade 1 seems to be going well too. I'll know more after the parent teacher conference but no big problems that I can see. He's maturing. Also continuing with the piano lessons this year. It seems at this point we have moved beyond some of the basic reading, writing, fine motor skills. I will forever appreciate the role you played in getting him to where he is right now. We may be back at some point to work on other skills. But for now we seem to be okay with the activities we are in right now. All the best, take care, Alison

A Little Reader Moves On

I appreciate EVERYTHING that you have done for us! You and your team have given her not just information and tools to succeed, but also the courage and strength of mind and character to want to succeed on her own ability. THANK YOU!

Oxford Teaches How to Learn

Hope all is well. RJ is in Grade 11 now @ Oak Park High School. He is doing well and has been comfortably passing all his courses the last few years -- a big improvement from his earlier school years. Definitely Oxford Learning has really helped him, even though he went only 1 summer but what a difference it made! All the best for 2016! Parents of RJ

How Summer Brain Camp Helps

If my son hasn't told you yet, his report card was one of his best. He is elated and feeling a confidence in his abilities that is new and exciting. He is coming along indeed! Marlene S.

Oxford Develops Confidence

Grace is growing in leaps and bounds since I enrolled her in Brain Camp this summer! I would love to have her continue to benefit from the learning she has experienced with you this summer....And again, I am so happy that I found your learning centre and that Grace has benefited so much from it! Cindy

Summer Brain Camp for Knowledge and Confidence

Thank you for helping Hannah learn how to read! It's hard to imagine that just 7 months ago she didn't even know how to hold a pencil properly or that the letters of the alphabet all have different sounds. And now she's sounding out each letter as she reads a word and her motor skills have improved a great deal! So thank you for patiently working with Hannah. We hope to continue working with you! Kathy K., mother of Hannah, 3 years old

Yes, 3 Year Olds Can Read

What a difference! When Caleb first started coming in the spring, it was a challenge to get him to come. And he hated school. But this September, what a pleasant change! I was dreading bringing him today but he told me that he likes school and he likes Oxford Learning. He enjoys coming now. And he is so much happier. Charyl, grandmother to Caleb, Grade 2

Oxford Helps Make School Enjoyable

You remember how reluctant my son was to come when he first started? Well, given that we have had to miss a few classes because of my grandfather's health I was concerned that he might be unhappy when I told him we were coming this evening. But when he heard the news he said,"Yesss!" and looked very happy. It was no trouble at all to get him to come in. He enjoys what he is doing with you here and has really started to put it into practice at home and at school! Even his Grade 1 teacher noticed that he is asking more questions and showing interest in a way she did not expect of him. I think he understands what is going on better and so he notices if he is missing some information. Amber

Oxford Builds Understanding

Thursday evening, Steven was so funny! After he left, his first comment was 'I was soooo on task today!' He then told me he was so focused that he finished 2 books and still had 5 minutes left. I never thought he'd get so excited about his own 'focus' and 'being able to stay on task'. Great work! Mother to Steven, 9 years old

Oxford Builds Focus

I have really noticed that Michael's confidence is up and it's because for the first time, he's started the school year in a position to do the work, thanks to Oxford Learning! I really think that his time spent at Oxford Learning and especially over the summer months helped. He's already mastered all his spelling words for the month and they are all at grade 7 level. He told me he read part of a chapter book to the resource teacher and he told Michael that he was "impressed". Thanks again, Sunny

A Summer at Oxford Can Help Catch Up

Thanks for all you have done for Alicia! We have noticed a definite change in Alicia's confidence, not only related to school, but in other areas as well. Hopefully, Alicia will continue to use the tools you have provided her for studying, and she will continue to apply them without attending tutoring on a regular basis! Alicia really appreciated Jacqueline; she not only was able to become more confident in her French, but Alicia learned from Jacqueline that learning is a lifelong process and can be enjoyable! Thank Jacqueline for that! If anyone is ever in the need of tutoring, I will definitely recommend Oxford Learning to them! It has been a pleasure coming to the centre and witnessing the work you do with the students who attend! Thanks again, Sheri

Oxford Learning Helps Establish Lifelong Learning

Oxford Learning staff have been a lifesaver for my daughters for the past five years. We owe Oxford Learning and particularly Alexis and Jacqueline a mountain of gratitude for their invaluable contribution to my children's development. Oxford Learning helped my high school daughter develop her study skills and time management skills, as well as raising her self confidence and allowing her to work up to her potential. They helped in her transition from high school to university and she is now a very happy and successful student at the U of Manitoba. Our elementary school daughter was underachieving but when Oxford Learning staff discovered her auditory function disorder, they dug in and helped her. She continues to go to Oxford Learning three times a week and will be going until she graduates from high school. Oxford Learning helps her with the school schedule and her extracurricular activities, to plan her study time and concentrate. She is thriving and so proud of herself, and we are so lucky and grateful that we have found Oxford Learning. Thank you! Anonymous

Oxford Learning Teaches Study Skills and Time Management

Dear Alexis and the crew at Oxford Learning, We are at the end of our second year with Oxford Learning. Where I once had trepidation, I now have great anticipation for Jorden's future. You are an important cog in the journey Jorden is on. I thank you profoundly for giving us hope. With Love, Annette

Oxford Learning Can Be the Light at the End of the Tunnel

My daughter has only had six classes in Little Readers but this week her Kindergarten teacher emailed me to say she has seen 'remarkable' progress and to keep up whatever I am doing! I had already noticed improvement myself but was so pleased to have an external confirmation. Amanda, mother to Reese, age 5.

Little Readers Improve Their Reading

What's New at Winnipeg

March Break 2017

Free Workshops

  1. Study skills: when, how, what to study. March, 27 2-3 pm
  2. Time Management: how to do it all – study, homework, friends, play. March 28, 1-2 pm
  3. How to focus and avoid distractions – procrastination can be defeated. March 29, – 1-2 pm
  4. How to manage exam anxiety - March 30, 1-2 pm
  5. Learning styles – March 31, 1-2 pm

Please call 204.944.0898 or e-mail winnipeg@oxfordlearning.com to register. Limited enrolment.

Math for the Motivated

Have a sneak peek at the trickier concepts in your high school math course. If you bring in your outline (in advance), we can identify upcoming concepts that throw most students for a loop. You will work on them and a few master level tricks during your 15 hours. We will introduce you to a method for learning new material that will help you become an independent learner. 

This program is for students who want top marks but do not want to live at their desks, who believe that it is not what you do but how you do it that makes the difference.

An assessment of reading comprehension and math knowledge is required. Please book it well in advance of the course (The $50 assessment fee will be credited to the course fee at the time of course fee payment.)

Where: Oxford Learning, 3025 Ness Avenue, Unit J.

Small Groups: (maximum 2 students per instructor)

Who: Students in grades 9 through 12 and Calculus

When: 9:00 am to 12:00 noon, Monday to Friday March 27 to 31, 2017

Fee: $450.00

This summer, students can choose between Brain Camps in Math, French, and Study Skills as well as the core programs that run throughout the year. Oxford Learning is a Canadian company that has been helping young people reach their potential for over 30 years.

Eight-year-old Keran was excited to learn how to square multiples of 5 last summer. His mother reported that he felt good being able to do some mental math that his teacher had to check with a calculator.


Claudia first attended Brain Camp in 2012. Over time, she discovered that study skills apply to math as well as anything else and surprised herself by becoming a strong math student.


Oxford Learning Summer Camps

Math Can Be Fun!

Sometimes enjoyment of math is hampered by lack of specific skills. The Summer Brain Camp at Oxford Learning addresses skill gaps by identifying them with a placement test.  A program designed to match each child’s specific needs ensures your child will build an understanding of math basics while learning insider tips to build math confidence.

Beat the Summer Brain Drain

For children to feel confident in math, they need mastery of certain core material. A two-month break may wipe out many of the gains made during the school year. Math Camp is an easy way of maintaining momentum and even gaining ground. A flexible schedule means that parents can work around camping trips and other commitments while ensuring that their child will return to school with good retention of last year’s concepts, ready to take on the new material with enthusiasm!

Who: students from 6 to 17

What: up to 8 math concepts based on an academic assessment (book early by calling 204.944.0898 or emailing winnipeg@oxfordlearning.com)

Where: 3025 Ness Avenue

When: any collection of 10 or more weekday afternoons, 1:00 to 4:00 pm, between June 19 and September 8, 2017

Why: Math should be fun and can be with the right exposure and foundations.

Math is important. We make it fun.


French Can Be Fun!

Every Canadian student takes French at some point. Whether it’s introductory classes, immersion, or French First Language, learning French isn’t always easy.

Sometimes enjoyment of French is hampered by lack of specific skills. The Summer Brain Camp at Oxford Learning addresses skill gaps by identifying them with a placement test.  A program designed to match each child’s specific needs ensures your child will build an understanding of French basics while  learning tricks and tips to build French confidence.

Beat the Summer Brain Drain

A two-month break from French practice may wipe out many of the gains made during the school year. French Camp is an easy way of maintaining momentum and even gaining ground. A flexible schedule means that parents can work around camping trips and other commitments while ensuring that their child will return to school with good retention of last year’s concepts, ready to take on the new material with enthusiasm!

Who: students from 6 to 17

What: improve French basics and develop French skills, starting with an academic assessment (book early by calling 204.944.0898 or emailing winnipeg@oxfordlearning.com)

Where: 3025 Ness Avenue

When: any collection of 10 or more weekday afternoons, 1:00 to 4:00 pm, between June 19 and September 8, 2017

Why: Say “oui” to better French grades.
French is important. We make it fun.


Studying Can Be Fun!

Studying is a fact of life for students—but, when it comes to study time, not all students know how to work effectively. That’s because study skills are not usually taught in class. When test time rolls around, students can find studying stressful. But, it doesn’t have to be: with the right skills, students can change studying from stressful to stress-free.

Beat the Summer Brain Drain

With school on break, summer is the perfect time for students to develop better study skills.
Study skill programs are an easy way of maintaining momentum and gaining ground. A flexible schedule means that parents can work around camping trips and other commitments while ensuring that their child will return to school with good retention of last year’s concepts, ready to take on the new material with enthusiasm!

Who : Grade 6 to University

What: Develop stronger study skills, starting with an academic assessment (book early by calling 204.944.0898 or emailing winnipeg@oxfordlearning.com)

Where: 3025 Ness Avenue

When: any collection of 10 or more weekday afternoons, 1:00 to 4:00 pm, between June 19 and September 8, 2017

Why: Learn the skills that maximize study time.
Study skills are important. They make learning fun.

Our Team Members

Alexis Yildir

Alexis Yildir

Centre Director

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Eric Allec

Eric Allec

Instructor

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Cathy VanKoughnet

Cathy VanKoughnet

Instructor

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Ying Ying Yang

Ying Ying Yang

Instructor

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Miriam Mazor

Miriam Mazor

Instructor - Math and Science

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Jacqueline Barral

Instructor

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William Kellough

William Kellough

Instructor

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Lizabeth Harris

Lizabeth Harris

Little Readers Teacher

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