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10.17.2020

Maths Tutors covering Wallington

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

 

Even the brightest child can find maths a little difficult from time to time, and whether they’re struggling with the basics or facing a big exam, dedicated maths tuition can restore confidence and help your child reach their full potential. The Maths Doctor team will carry out an assessment to find a maths tutor in Wallington that’s perfect for your child’s needs, skill level and goal. We pride ourselves in helping children of all maths abilities succeed at all academic levels; from primary to A Level our tutors are experienced, highly trained and ready to get your child on the path to mathematic success. Give our learning advisers a call on 0800 088 2820 or fill in the form to the right and we’ll call you straight back to have a no obligation chat and discuss how we can offer tailored maths tuition that works perfectly for both you and your child.

Education in Wallington

Home to over 19,000 people, Wallington is a primary town within the London Borough of Sutton. Located approximately 10 miles to the south west of Charing Cross, the area is popular with families and city commuters alike. The state funded primary schools which serve the town of Wallington are consistently subject to massive oversubscription problems- with the current percentage of schools who are catering for too many children standing at 66.

Maths is important

If you’ve been looking for the path to a career that’s going to make you happy while also bringing home the loot, you might want to consider a career in maths. Of the many different types of professions, mathematicians are shown to have the best jobs. A recent study examined different jobs based upon their income potential, room for growth, stress factors, and quality of the work environment. Since it placed at the top of the list, it’s safe to assume, and we’d agree, that mathematicians are a really happy bunch. If you need more motivation to consider putting your nose down to work on your maths, you may want to consider this too: The study also estimated that the mid-level income for a mathematician is approximately $100,000! Even if your goal isn’t to be a mathematician, though, you should consider the other top 10 jobs, which include statistician, actuary, software engineer and computer systems analyst. That’s four more jobs that involve maths, all with high-income potential and quality of life. It’s therefore easy to do the math for what maths can do for you.

Top performing schools in Wallington

Primary

  • Nonsuch Primary School
  • St Mary’s RC Junior School
  • Westbourne Primary School
  • All Saints Carshalton Church of England Primary School

Secondary

  • Wilson’s School
  • Sutton High School
  • St Philomena’s School
  • The John Fisher School

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