Maths Tutors covering Hounslow
For any parent their child’s scores on their tests at school is both a cause for concern and a source of pride. We all know that education and how well they measure up to other students is the difference between a great career and a job that they might not enjoy. With the pressure and cost of a university education, it is all too important that children are achieving their full potential at any age. Here at Maths Doctor we provide tailored, targeted and flexible maths tuition for any age and level. Call us on 0800 088 2820 or alternatively fill out the form and we’ll call you back and to discuss your child’s needs and weaknesses. Our maths tutors are highly skilled and experienced, and will be able to identify the areas where your child might be falling behind and work to ensure they can build a strong foundation to achieve their full potential.
Education in Hounslow
40% of all of the secondary schools which serve the Hounslow area are above capacity. In total, 267 students of secondary age occupy plus places, or in other words- places that shouldn’t even exist in accordance with the areas secondary capacity levels.
These figures are amplified further by statistics which suggest that just 73% of all secondary students are granted places at their first choice of school. Whilst the issue of overcrowding in areas such as Hounslow are likely to stay, maths tuition from Maths Doctor can help to ensure you get your first choice of schools.
The 14 state run secondary schools and other independent schools in Hounslow are above average across the board, meaning that the schools are both highly competitive and fast paced. In these sort of cases it is all too easy for a child to slip behind and be too afraid to raise a hand ask questions. Maths tuition can build confidence and help students compete with their peers in a healthy education system. Gunnersbury Catholic School achieves 90% of students gaining 5 good GCSEs which is over 30% above the national average. The 25 Sixth form and Further Education Colleges sit slightly below average with an average C grade local authority wide. This means that students may need a helping hand to achieve the A grades demanded by leading universities and maths tuition can take the strain off a student taking one of the most difficult subjects offered at A-Level.