Maths Tutors covering Walsall
Are you worried about your child falling behind in maths lessons at school? It’s easy for children to lose confidence with maths, not asking for the help they need in a busy classroom, and lagging behind in certain areas without it being noticed. The risk is that your child may not be fulfilling their true potential if this is beginning to happen to them.
Whether you want to equip them with the confidence to do well in Key Stage 1, 2 or 3, or you’re looking for a way to support them through their GCSEs or A Levels, a personal maths tutor can really help students get to grips with the subject. Maths Doctor tutors can provide an added cushion of support and a dedicated place where your child can ask for help and take as much time as needed on the areas they find challenging.
Education in Walsall
The percentage of students achieving 5 or more A* to C grades in English and Maths in Walsall in 2012 was 55.7%, under the average for the whole of the West Midlands of 58.3%. If you feel that your child isn’t receiving sufficient support at school for those all-important GCSEs, or for other maths Key Stages, it may be time to call in outside support from a private tutor.
Walsall boasts some top quality selective schools, and competition for a place is fierce. Private and independent schools in the area return some of the best results in the country for GCSE and A Level. With 28% of parents nationwide now using private tutors to help their children with subjects like maths, you may be worried that your own child is at risk of falling behind, especially if you aren’t confident about giving them help yourself. One in three parents who use a private tutor believe their child isn’t getting the right level of support at school.