Maths Tutors for Key Stage 3 (KS3)

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Studying Key Stage 3 maths during years 7-9 is an essential time in every child’s maths development. It’s completely understandable, therefore, that you would want your child to succeed and achieve their full potential.

A selection of our tutors


Maths Tutor
  • Secondary

I have now been a tutor with Maths Doctor for over two years, and in this time I have completed over 80 lessons. Having recently been in the education system, I find it very easy to engage students with the subject and help get through their exams.

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
  • University

I am currently studying Accounting and Finance at the University of York. This provides with a strong core knowledge of mathematics. Combined with my previous voluntary teaching experience, this skill set enables me to confidently help students achieve the results they deserve.

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

I have provided Maths tuition in the past from key stage 2  up to and including A level. I find the experience very rewarding, as it allows me to pass on skills which I have learnt and mastered in this field, and which I believe in passionately.

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
  • Secondary

Since February 2011, I have worked with Maths Doctor providing maths tuition at primary and secondary levels. I have experience of providing support for 11+, foundation GCSE (including iGCSE, EdExcel and AQA exam boards) and SATs examinations .

Maths Tutor
  • Primary
  • Secondary

I have been a Mathematics Tutor since for some years now, helping seven students pass GCSE exams with either their target grade or above. I have worked to both Foundation and Higher Level.

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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.

Whether you just want to provide some additional learning support, help them prepare for their exams or simply get to grips with a particular topic that is holding them back, Maths Doctor tuition is the perfect way to ensure your child comes away from KS3 with the results that they deserve.

With access to over 500 professionally trained, CRB checked tutors; you can guarantee that we will be able to provide the tutor who is best suited to both you and your child’s particular needs. The 1-2-1 tuition can be tailored to the area of maths your child needs the most help with, or even their school’s curriculum

No area of KS3 maths is off limits with Maths Doctor tuition, whether it’s algebra, shapes or fractions, our tutors will provide the highest quality additional support and starting at just £20 per hour, they’re fantastic value for money.

If you’re unsure whether Maths Doctor tuition is the right option for you and your child, why not sign up one of our free assessments with a professional adviser who will be able to outline just how Maths Doctor can help your child succeed. For more information, simply fill in the form on the right.

Did you know?

What comes after million, billion and trillion? Quadrillion, quintillion, sextillion, septillion, octillion, nonillion, decillion then undecillion.

A number is divisible by 3 if the sum of its digits is divisible by 3. For example, 3,240's digits add up to 9 which is divisible by 3, so 3,240 must also be divisible by 3.


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