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10.17.2020

Maths Tutors covering Greenwich

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

 

Maths is generally the least popular subject in the curriculum. With the need to get right answers each time, children can quickly become discouraged if they do not understand or get low marks. Dealing with this situation quickly is essential. Maths is highly important because it is critical to future academic and career success. Almost every career path requires a good Maths GCSE. Tutors from Maths Doctor can help achieve this. Highly skilled, knowledgeable and professional; our tutors know how to capture a child’s attention and improve their maths skills. We can identify the problems that a child is experiencing and tailor our choice of tutor to match those needs. Some children may respond better to a traditional teacher; others to an enthusiastic lively graduate. Our tutors provide assistance at all levels from KS1 to A level and will give a free taster session. Just contact us to find out more about what we can provide on a regular or occasional basis.

Only 41% of students from Greenwich go on to study at university, meaning over half of secondary school leavers might have not made their full potential. If you want your child to excel rather than become a negative statistic in Greenwich, get in touch with Maths Doctor today for a no obligation and registration free assessment. Our tutors will tailor their lessons to your child’s individual needs, where they need their confidence boosting will be identified and they will be completely supported and allowed to flourish. For a chat about what opportunities are available for your child through Maths Doctor, just fill out the form to the right of this page.

Greenwich offers a wide choice of sixth form provision, including state, independent and further education colleges. Its students consistently achieve high grades at A level. Over 67% of A level results in Greenwich were at grade A* to C, enabling students to move onto to their chosen universities. Grades are rising steadily at all centres. The Corelli Academy, one of the newest in the area has a 99.3% pass rate. Many students studying maths at Correlli have gained places at Oxbridge and the Russell Group of universities to study subjects like medicine, Veterinary Science and Chinese. As specialist Maths Tutors in Greenwich, we can provide the help necessary to enable students achieve the grades they need to enter the Sixth form of their choice, and then maintain their progress throughout their studies. Keeping up maths skills is important because maths is an important element in many degree courses including Geography, computing, and chemistry.

 

Top performing schools in Greenwich

Primary

  • Brooklands Primary School
  • St Thomas A Beckett Roman Catholic Primary School
  • Gordon Primary School
  • St Margaret Clitherow Catholic Primary School

Secondary

  • Blackheath High School
  • Colfes School
  • St Ursula’s Convent School
  • Harris Academy Greenwich

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