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Maths Tutors covering Ilford

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

 

Very few pupils can achieve top marks in maths without personalised help, whether that comes from a parent or a tutor, it’s often vital that they receive that extra motivation and Maths Doctor is here to help. Our experienced tutors will reignite your child’s passion for learning by personalising lesson plans and tailoring the experience around them as an individual. Contact Maths Doctor today for a registration free assessment and chat with one of our trained advisers.

Education in Ilford

Standing 9.1 miles northeast of Charing Cross, Ilford is a large town which serves as the administrative centre of the London Borough of Redbridge. Ilford’s residents have good access to the boroughs 54 state sponsored primary schools, 18 state sponsored secondary schools and 19 independents. Despite this however, they are largely at risk to the effects of the areas mass oversubscription problem.

Maths is important

Should I continue with education and get some better qualifications or should I go straight into work and learn through experience? This is a question that we can face numerous times on the way towards our final career. If you haven’t quite been able to decide on which profession to pursue yet, there is no need to worry. Keep your mind open, take some education courses, and you will find that you gradually begin to understand which direction you should take. If you have made that decision, you should try to blend work experience with extra tuition or training. The expectations of universities, colleges and employers are continually rising as competition increases. If you want to stand out from the crowd, it is therefore essential that you have as many qualifications and certifications as possible. Extra maths tuition is the most efficient and effective way to give yourself the edge over the competition. Due to its core problem solving and decision-making skills, success in maths is a badge of intelligence which employers, of any kind, will really appreciate.

Top performing schools in Ilford

Primary

  • St Winefride’s RC Primary School
  • St Anthony’s Catholic Primary School
  • Clore Tikva School
  • Fullwood Primary School

Secondary

  • Ilford County High School
  • Brampton Manor Academy
  • Seven Kings High School
  • The Ursuline Academy Ilford

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