Maths Tutors covering West Yorkshire
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
Guarantee your child’s success with Maths Doctor. With more and more applicants vying for places at those top schools or universities, success in maths can make all the difference.
Whether it’s addition or subtraction, fractions or multiplication, Maths Doctor will give your child that extra bit of support in their weakest subjects – and with a tailored tuition plan, turn those weaknesses into strengths. For a registration-free, no obligation assessment, call our professional advisers on 0800 088 2820 or fill in the form on the right.
Education in West Yorkshire
The number of appeals lodged in relation to state-funded schools, of both a primary and a secondary level, is characteristically high in West Yorkshire. Those areas which are most densely populated are of course worse than others, with the principal city of Leeds clocking somewhere in the region of 2,500 collective complaints each year,
Bradford almost 4,000 and Kirklees over 1,000. Whilst the volumes of appeals may be considerably high, a little tuition could improve your child’s performance at school and make sure you get your top choices.
Did you know?
- Henry Briggs, born near Halifax in 1561, was responsible for changing the system of logarithms invented by John Napier into base 10, making them much easier to work with.
- Joseph Priestly, born near Batley in 1733, discovered oxygen which he first isolated in August 1774. He also discovered soda water!
- Born in Foulby near Wakefield in 1693, John Harrison invented the marine chronometer. It revolutionised long-distance navigation by enabling the accurate calculation of longitude at sea. The government awarded him £20,000 – a fortune at the time.