Maths Tutors covering Ealing
Education is the foundation for any career, and in today’s modern education system, where students build on each level and are defined as they move through the years of school, it is more important than ever that students don’t slip behind in any subject, especially not the core subjects. Here at Maths Doctor we are ready to help you and your child nip any problems in the bud before they start, or help a child recover if they’ve fallen behind or are struggling at any level. Our tutors have the experience, knowledge and time to help a student fill in any gaps in their knowledge and turn weaknesses into strengths. Give us a call on 0800 088 2820 or fill in the form and we’ll contact you. We will work with you to match you with the correct tutor and ensure your child’s levels abilities and learning styles are accounted for in a tailor made learning plan.
Education in Ealing
A combined total of almost 1000 appeals are launched in Ealing year on year in relation to places within the regions state run primary and secondary schools. At any given time, the regions 6 secondary schools are over-populated by a minimum of 229 students. Though less than 70% of students are admitted to their first choice secondary, 91% do continue with their education following the sitting of their GCSE’s. Maths Doctor tuition has helped thousands of students improve their maths grades to assist them in taking the subject as far as they can in education.
In Ealing there are 91 state run schools and nurseries alone. Schools in Ealing range in achievement levels, with students gaining 5 good GCSEs varying from 21% through to 95% in 2013. At the top of the table St Augustine’s Priory is an independent school, taking only girls to the senior school. To even be considered for entry into the senior school from outside the school requires a series of entrance exams including a 1 hour maths test. Other well performing High Schools including Greenford have a highly competitive admissions policy, and entry to their 6th form college is dependent on excellent grades at GCSE.