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Does your child come home from school and struggle with their maths homework? Do you feel they aren’t getting the support they need when it comes to the maths syllabus in Bishop’s Stortford? The first thing you need to do is fill out the form to the right for a no obligation call from one of our advisers. We’ll talk about the personalised tuition available from the Maths Doctor tutors, the tailored lesson plans and how Maths Doctor support can change your child’s view on maths dramatically and send their confidence sky high.
Education in Bishops Stortford
Each year, there are over 1,000 appeals lodged by the residents of Hertfordshire in relation to available places at the county’s 398 state funded primary schools. Over-subscription at state schools in towns such as Bishops Stortford currently stands at 20% for primary’s and 15% for secondary’s. Less than 80% of secondary school aged youngsters in the region are accepted into their state secondary facility of choice. Only around half of the 89% who progress after GCSE end up studying at university.
Maths is important
When you think of a philosopher, what do you think of? Whatever you’re thinking of, it probably isn’t a person studying algebra, geometry and calculus, right? Here’s the thing. Philosophy and maths are actually kindred spirits. Both fields rely upon the same patterns and standards of logical thinking, reasoning and deduction. But, perhaps fractals and multiple dimensions don’t excite you as much as existentialism and the philosophy of language. That’s fine. But it’s important to understand that one needs a firm foundation in the basics of maths in order to succeed at either more advanced mathematics or in philosophical study. While philosophy may seem to concern itself with more elusive and esoteric topics, it still approaches those issues with the rigor of a mathematical formula. This ensures that the field remains more of a science than you might otherwise think. So, before you put on your tweed jacket get into an extended debate about what the meaning of “meaning” is, make sure that you’ve got your maths screwed on straight!