Maths Tutors covering Oxfordshire

Areas we cover in Oxfordshire
Abingdon, Banbury, Bicerster, Henley on Thames, Kidlington, Oxford, Thame, Wallingford, Witney

Why choose Maths Doctor?

  • Maths Doctor has been awarded Best Private Tutoring company of 2014
  • We fully train and certify all of our tutors
  • Every one of our tutors is regularly CRB/DBS checked
  • Your child is matched with a tutor based on learning type and goal
  • You will receive feedback about your child after every lesson
  • Free no obligation taster session

As a parent, we are all keen for our children to be the very best they can be, but it can be hard for them to fully thrive in a group educational setting. With class sizes increasing as opposed to getting smaller, it can be hard for your child to get the help they need when they don’t understand what is being taught. And for a child who is already self-conscious, many choose not to draw attention to that fact. Maths Doctor caters for all ages and abilities, whether it is for the child who needs extra help to understand mathematical concepts, or for the child who would benefit from extra work in order to continue at the high standard they have already achieved. With many years of maths tutorial experience behind us, we know exactly what is needed to get the best out of your child, and take the success of each individual very seriously. If they don’t succeed, we don’t succeed, so we simply don’t let that happen.

A selection of our tutors


Maths Tutor
  • Primary
  • Secondary

I am currently in my second year of training to become an A-Level Maths teacher. I am also writing an online GCSE Maths revision guide and am passionate about helping students overcome problems in mathematics and excel in this core subject.  

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.

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.  

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Maths Tutor
  • Primary
  • Secondary

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

I am currently in my second year at the University of Birmingham studying Mathematical Economics with Statistics. This core knowledge of maths helps me to enhance a students wider understanding of the subject and help students get the bottom of problems.

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

I qualified as a teacher in 1997 by completing a probationary year of teaching in a London School. I have taught for 17 years in the primary sector, all year groups. I have also privately tutored up to and including GCSE level.

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.

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I just wanted to let you know that we have just got my sons result for the Maths GCSE that he re-sat in March and he got an A! Thanks very much Maths Doctor!

Education in Oxfordshire

Photograph of a river and buildings in Oxfordshire

A total of 348 schools act to serve the region of Oxfordshire. Of these, 267 are state sponsored and a little over 50 are independent/private.

A total of 686 primary appeals are lodged by residents of the area each year, a figure pulled more into focus by the detail that the region's primary facilities exceed their recommended subscription rates by a collective total of almost 300 students.

Did you know?

Stephen Hawking was born in Oxford in 1942. His mother travelled from their home in London to Oxford to give birth in greater safety, because of the threat of German air raids.

Famous 18th century landscape architect Lancelot 'Capability' Brown designed the trees in Blenheim Palace in the battle formation of the victorious troops from the battle of Blenheim.

In 1974, Oxford University-educated Sir Martin Ryle received the first Nobel Prize awarded in recognition of astronomical research.


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