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10.18.2020

Maths Tutors covering Bath

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

We understand why you are considering tuition and that’s why at Maths Doctor, it’s our aim to create the right partnership when it comes to selecting a tutor for your child. As part of our free tuition assessment we will ascertain your child’s learning style and create a tailored lesson plan. If this interests you, simply fill in the form you can see on the right and one of our professional advisers will be happy to help. Whether you decide to join us or not, there’s no registration fee and no obligation.

Education in Bath

In total, there are 87 schools in Bath. Of these, some 62 are state funded primary schools and 13 are state funded secondary schools. 19% of all state primary schools in the area are over capacity whilst 15% of secondary institutions are operating over capacity. 88% of all students go into further education past the required GSCE level and a further 39% of those go on to pursue qualifications at University level. Make sure your child isn’t left behind in maths class at school and get them Maths Doctor tuition to help them go as far as possible in education.

Top performing schools in Bath

Primary

  • Bathampton Primary School
  • Bathwick St Mary C of E Primary School
  • Marksbury C of E Primary School
  • St Mary’s Catholic Primary School

Secondary

  • King Edward’s School
  • The Royal High School
  • Kingswood School
  • Beechen Cliff School

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