Maths Tutors for Key Stage 2 (KS2)

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KS2 Maths in years 2-4 is an important stepping stone in your child’s education. Whether they find algebra, fractions and multiplication as easy as 1 2 3 or as troublesome as 1⅔, the award-winning Maths Doctor tuition will offer your child that extra bit of help that’ll leave them studying KS2 maths at their full potential.

A selection of our tutors


Maths Tutor
  • Primary
  • Secondary
  • University

I have extensive tutoring experience for a diverse range of students. I have tutored Mathematics at the University of London. I have also worked for two other well-known tuition companies before joining Maths Doctor where I now happily tutor a number of students.

Maths Tutor
  • Primary
  • Secondary
  • A-Level and Higher

I have tutored a large range of individuals across a range of academic levels (Key Stage 2/3, GCSE and AS/A Level) and ability. I also have a mathematics degree and am really enjoying sharing my passion for this subject with others.

Maths Tutor
  • Primary
  • Secondary
  • A-Level and Higher

I have lots of experience with GCSE students, offering help to students struggling with maths or physics. My passion for maths has been reinforced by my ongoing four year Master's Degree in Maths and Physics at the University of Warwick.

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Maths Tutor
  • Primary
  • Secondary
  • A-Level and Higher

I have lots of experience in AS/A-Level maths tuition. This challenging subject really can help learners get ahead in life, and therefore I find it extremely rewarding helping students tackle problematic areas in a dynamic and engaging way.  

Maths Tutor
  • Primary
  • Secondary

As well as two years of GCSE Maths and Science tuition, I am near to finishing a Mathematics degree at the University of Warwick. I find it very easy to help students ascertain their week spots and help them improve in an engaging way.

Maths Tutor
  • Primary
  • Secondary

I am a former Maths teacher and have been tutoring for Maths Doctor for 5 years. I have taught Maths since 1978 in various schools, both State and Independent and at Junior and Senior level.

Maths Tutor
  • Primary
  • Secondary
  • University

I find it easy to help students ascertain their weaker areas and use engaging techniques to help them improve. I am currently studying for a Bachelor of Science in Physics and Philosophy at Durham University.

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Our Prices

Why Maths Doctor

What our students say:

David
David
I felt a lot more confident sitting in an exam
Tommy
Tommy
It had helped me a lot with the curriculum.

With access to over 500 Mactrac-trained, professional and experienced maths tutors who will be able to ensure your child is receiving the kind of tutoring that is appropriate to their own requirements, you can rest assured that the Maths Doctor service will not only leave your child surpassing that key ‘Grade C’ barrier, but also enjoying maths as the interesting and more importantly, fun, subject that it really is.

With our tuition based on the UK curriculum, you can rest easy that our tuition will be tailored to both your child’s needs and ability, as well as their school’s work scheme, leaving them at a distinct advantage in their own classroom.

The Maths Doctor tuition scheme can be delivered at the time and place of your choosing and at only £20 per hour, is excellent value.

If you’re still unsure whether Maths Doctor is relevant to your child, we offer a FREE initial assessment from one of our tutors who will be able to explain in more detail just how our personalised tuition can benefit your child in furthering their KS2 maths skills. For more information, please fill in the form to the right of the page.

Did you know?

2 is the only number that gives the same answer when added to itself as it does when multiplied by itself.

When you multiply 1089 x 9 the answer is the reverse – try it. The same thing happens with 21978 x 4.


Find out more about our tutors and prices, or use the form on the right to request an assessment and lesson plan for your child.