Maths Tutors covering Thamesmead
As a parent, we are always striving to do the very best for our children, and when it comes to the subject of education, we always look for them to achieve their full potential. However, with large class numbers, increasing demands on our hard working teachers along with a decrease in vital resources, can we be sure that they are getting the individual attention that they deserve? Maths Doctor bridges the gap between mainstream education and your child’s natural ability, encouraging them to further their knowledge. They can explore new methods and ideologies but in a way that makes learning fun yet challenging. We are experienced at delivering curriculum based content for all ages up to A-level, and our tutors have many years of related experience behind them, backed by proven results. By using intuitive methods of teaching on a personalised basis, you can be assured that your child is getting exactly what they need in order to reach or even exceed their potential.
Education in Thamesmead
A district in South East London, Thamesmead belongs to the boroughs of Greenwich and Bexley. Developing rapidly from the 1960’s onwards, the population of the area now stands somewhere near 50,000. A side effect of the popularity of the area in a residential respect, not to mention those surrounding it, Thamesmead- serving state schools are known to suffer from student over-population. Current rates stand at 41% for state funded primary schools and 31% for state funded secondary’s.
Maths is important
Cooking from scratch can be very rewarding. Yet recipes are often for four or six people so if you are catering for a large number of guests or equally if you are only cooking for two then you will need to apply maths skills. Using ratios to determine how much of each ingredient you need can help you scale up or scale down almost any meal. The same can be said for cooking times. Some meats will come with a cooking time which is stated as a length per kilogram plus an extra amount. You need to know how to use ratios to ensure that you are not overcooking or under-cooking the meat. Then there is the timing, with so much food cooking at the same time you need to be organised and be able to calculate what should be cooked when. Maths helps with this logical problem solving and therefore will make cooking easier.