Maths Tutors covering Thatcham
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With maths being rated as one of the most important core subjects to achieve a grade C or above in, it’s essential that you ensure your child is learning at the grade they are capable of. Maths Doctor identifies any problem areas that your child may be facing and applies a personalised lesson plan through one-to-one teaching with a suitably matched tutor to leave you worry-free and your child with the result they deserve. To find out more, fill in the form on the right or call us on 0800 088 2820.
Education in Thatcham
As a town that’s home to some 23,000 people, Thatcham’s school infrastructure is of mid-size. Comprised mostly of state funded primary and secondary facilities, the surrounding region is also home to its fair share of independents. Given the high levels of attention Berkshire consistently receives as a suitable place to live for families, over-subscription is the only real problem to report.
Maths is important
Here are some reasons you should seriously consider studying maths at higher level:
Maths will enable you to earn more money. There are sound economic reasons for studying maths with a recent report in the TES stating that young people with maths ‘A’ levels earn 10 per cent more than their peers. Maths appears to give the advantage even in students weaker in maths – even those who just scraped through enjoyed a higher income later on. Maths is one of the most desirable ‘A’ levels in terms of employability. The shortage of maths candidates means the job market pays a premium. Skills learnt in maths include logical thinking, problem solving and statistical analysis – all much sought after attributes in employees. Taking maths at ‘A’ level opens a huge number of doors when it comes to university courses – more than any other subject. Business studies, computing, physics, psychology, are just a few.