Maths Tutors covering Slough
Other areas we cover in Berkshire
Bracknell, Caversham, Maidenhead, Newbury, Reading, Sandhurst, Slough, Sunningdale, Thatcham, Twyford, Windsor, Wokingham, Woodley
Maths performance is increasingly important in the UK educational system, leaving many parents with children who are performing below their potential in maths with understandable concerns. At Maths Doctor, we take those concerns seriously and work hard to personalise and customise a program that will get your child the maths skills and scores that you know they can achieve with the proper guidance. Because every child is different, every one of our maths tuition programs is designed around the specific struggles of the child by a thoroughly vetted and highly qualified maths tutor. The maths tutor works in partnership with you and your child to ensure that maths concepts are learned and new skills developed that will help your child reach their goals. Tutoring sessions take place in your home so you can always be present to encourage your child and be certain that they are making progress with their program. We’re confident that you’ll see a remarkable change in your child’s maths exam performance and their overall confidence.
Education in Slough
The city of Slough within the county of Berkshire is home to some 120,000 people. Currently, a total of 53 schools serve the areas children (29 state funded primary schools and 11 state funded secondary schools), though 28% of the former are oversubscribed, as well as 18% of the latter. Shockingly, only 55% of secondary school students are able to access places at their institution of choice each year. Sometimes a bit of tuition may be needed to ensure you get your first choice of schools, and Maths Doctor can provide maths help for all levels.
Maths is important
Mathematics is a topic that causes a lot of stress for many children. While some seem to breeze through their maths lessons, others struggle to grasp the basics. It’s a complex subject and everybody learns at a different pace. The trouble is teachers only have a set amount of time to teach a classroom of children. This means they are unable to tailor the lessons to suit each individual child. If your child is struggling with mathematics, a tutor can help. Maths is so important and it affects every part of your life. The logical skills your child gains throughout the subject will help them to make big life decisions later on. It will also have an impact on the type of university they are accepted into. Ideally they should aim for a minimum Grad ‘C’ at GCSE level. If you want to help your child succeed then a maths tutor can help. They’ll be able to work with your child at their own pace and ensure they get the grades needed to assist them in life.