Maths Tutors covering Canterbury
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Ashford, Canterbury, Chatham, Cranbrook, Dartford, East Malling, Gravesend, Maidstone, Medway, Otford, Sevenoaks, Sittingbourne, Tonbridge, Tunbridge Wells
When a child struggles in maths, it can take a toll on their emotional life as well as on their academic performance. As a parent, you know that your child is bright enough for higher maths scores but you are not necessarily certain how to help them achieve them. That is where Maths Doctor comes in. We take seriously the concerns of parents and children with a maths tuition program that is tailor-made for your child so that they can focus exclusively on trouble areas in maths and learn at a pace and in a style that best suits them. Our highly qualified tutors work together with your child to develop ambitious but achievable learning objectives that lead to higher exam scores and increased confidence. Parents are free to monitor the progress their child is making with their maths tutor as the sessions take place from the comfort of home. With Maths Doctor, the concerns of you and your child will be alleviated as their maths scores and their confidence in the subject increase each day.
Education in Canterbury
The city of Canterbury in the south eastern English county of Kent is home to over 2000 school children, all of whom undergo their individual educations by passing through the areas range of state funded primary and schools, as well as the few independents that are scattered about.
Covering an area of just over 30000 hectares, Canterbury is populated by approximately 4.9 people for each of these.
Maths is important
Maths is often under-rated. How many times have you heard somebody say ‘what do we really need maths for in everyday life?’ It’s true, studying algebra and other more advanced mathematical skills can seem like a waste of time. However, did you know that the skills you learn can actually help you in practically every aspect of your life? From career progression to managing your household budget; you need maths skills a lot more than you think. If you’re hoping to get into a good university, you’ll often need a minimum of a maths GCSE Grade C. Many employment sectors also require good maths skills such as doctors, lawyers and even retail sectors. Perhaps you’re looking to start your own business? Mathematics is a skill that will really help you to work out your invoices and balance your books. It doesn’t matter how old you are or what your current maths ability; a tutor can help to improve your abilities and gain a good grade.