Maths Tutors covering Maidenhead
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When it comes to our child’s education, we all realise the importance of maths and its role in our child’s future. Indeed, the government have made it their mission that all adults should reach a certain level in Maths, English and ICT in order that everyone in society is equipped for not only their role in the workplace, but also in life in general. Every day we use our knowledge of maths without often realising we are doing so, and so it is of the utmost importance that we achieve our full mathematical potential. Maths Doctor provide maths tuition that makes a difference to children’s lives each and every day, restoring their belief in the subject and making maths seem fun again. All of our tutors are dedicated to their pupil’s success and are only satisfied when a child reaches their full potential or even better, exceeds all expectations. This may be maths tuition, but not as you have previously known it.
Education in Maidenhead
There are schools in Maidenhead that are only achieving 46% of pupils gaining an A* - C Grade in GCSEs, meaning a large percentage of students could be underachieving in regards to their abilities. It has been in local news that parents are frustrated by the amount of schools that are oversubscribed, is it a concern of yours? If you feel like your child isn’t reaching their potential, turning to the Maths Doctor for personalised tuition that’s designed specially for your child could make a huge difference. Simply fill out the form to the right for your free assessment that comes with no obligation.
Maths is important
We all love getting the most out of our money and shops know this. That is why they are always offering us deals to tempt us to buy more in the guise of a deal. One of the most common deals is buy two get one free. These deals may look good, but on closer inspection, we find there is not much of deal there at all. Take an example of a small tin of something on the offer of buy two get one free. Buying three of these tins may give us a lot of food, but the value for money might not be there. The price per 100g might be more expensive on the three tins than it is on one larger tin. Maths can help you spot these little tricks which are constantly at play when we are out buying. Supermarkets don’t even need to place a deal for us to fall foul of these types of tricks. We are always under the impression that buying in bulk is better value, though sometimes this is not the case. Sometimes bulk buying can be more expensive and only by looking at the price per 100g can we really determine if we are getting a good deal.