Maths Tutors covering East Anglia

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

When the question of the all-important top grade in maths is raised, sometimes a little extra support is required to ensure that your child is working towards the grade they deserve. Maths Doctor’s tailored tuition is designed around each student’s individual needs and capabilities in order to maximise their potential and leave them with the best possible grade in maths. For a no-obligation assessment, please don’t hesitate to contact one of our professional advisers on 0800 088 2820 or fill out the form on the right.

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
  • Secondary
  • A-Level and Higher
  • University

At the end of the next school year, I will have a Masters in Mathematics. This in-depth knowledge of the subject means that I am very capable in helping student's achieve the very best grades they are capable of in mathematics.

Maths Tutor
  • Secondary

I have recently finished a degree in Psychology at the University of Birmingham and bring over 3 years teaching experience to my role as a tutor with Maths Doctor.

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Maths Tutor
  • Secondary

As a qualified maths teacher with other 20 years experience, I am able to bring a great deal of expertise to the table. I tutored maths GCSE students for a number of years, all of whom have gone on to pass their exams, many exceeding their expected grade.

Maths Tutor
  • Primary
  • Secondary

As well as private one-to-one teaching experience, I have extensive classroom experience. I am a patient tutor and have particular familiarity with the Welsh curriculum.

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

I have lots of experience with GCSE students, offering help to students struggling with maths or physics. My passion for maths has been reinforced by my ongoing four year Master's Degree in Maths and Physics at the University of Warwick.

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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Why Maths Doctor

Education in East Anglia

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East Anglia encompasses the counties of Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and Suffolk with a total population of around 2.4 million people. The region contains 1,189 schools (986 primary, 309 secondary and 184 schools for students aged 16-18, with some schools covering multiple stages).

Cambridgeshire is the worst-funded Local Education Authority in England, the £3,949.94 allocated per pupil in 2013/14 being 13% below the national average. Despite this, the majority of the county’s schools tend to perform above the national average, whereas schools in Norfolk and Suffolk have recently been performing below national norms. Norfolk County Council was the subject of a damning report by Ofsted in July 2013 that criticised the “poor quality of education” being offered.

Thank you for all your help, I feel that my daughter has benefitted greatly from her lessons. If we need any further assistance with maths tuition I will have no hesitation in coming back

Did you know?

In the 17th century, Henry Lucas founded Cambridge University’s Lucasian Chair of Mathematics, one of the world’s most prestigious academic posts whose holders have included Isaac Newton and Stephen Hawking.

When renowned physicist Albert Einstein escaped Nazi Germany in 1933, he spent a short time living in a hut on Roughton Heath in Norfolk before travelling on to the United States.

Maths was once a compulsory examination subject for all Bachelor of Arts students at Cambridge University.

The Cambridge Mathematical Tripos has helped produce some of Britain’s greatest scientists including James Clerk Maxwell, Lord Kelvin and Lord Rayleigh. In modern times Cambridge alumni have won four Fields Medals and one Abel Prize for mathematics.

The Village College is an institution unique to Cambridgeshire and is based on the ideal of providing education for the whole community.

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