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Maths Tutors covering Sutton

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

Education is a journey, and it’s easy enough for a child to get a little lost. Children can lose confidence and be afraid to ask questions in class, and in a busy class room it is difficult for teachers to find the time to work one to one with your child to provide the support they need. Here at Maths Doctor we provide targeted, flexible and tailored maths tuition to ensure that your child has the best chance to reach their goals. Our experienced maths tutors can provide the tuition your child needs to make sure they have the mathematical skills and knowledge to be their best. Call us on 0800 088 2820 or alternatively fill out the form and we’ll get back to you for a no obligation assessment.

Education in Sutton

Though Sutton is an area of just 41 state operated primary schools, it is estimated that some 66% of these facilities operate whilst constantly over-subscribed. When it comes to secondary schools, it must be noted that the situation isn’t much better. In total; an estimated 218 children in the area technically surpass the collective capacity of the regions 7 secondary institutions. We don’t want your child to be refused their first choice school on account of their maths, and offer a great selection of tutors to help them achieve their maths goals.

Schools in Sutton are ranked as the first or second in the country. With the results for good GCSE 15% above the national average, even the lowest performing schools in the area are close to the national average. However this academic excellence means that competition for the selective schools can be intensive, and students may struggle to keep up in these environments. Sixth form colleges in the area have similarly excellent academic results, and so demand excellent GCSE results before entry, many will expect a B in Maths at GCSE. In this rigorous academic environment maths tuition may just be the helping hand your child needs to keep up with their peers.

Top performing schools in Sutton

Primary

  • Avenue Primary School
  • Cuddington Croft Primary School
  • St Cecilia’s RC Primary School
  • Westbourne Primary School

Secondary

  • Sutton Grammar School
  • Sutton High School
  • Overton Grange School
  • Wallington County Grammar School

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