Maths Tutors covering Havering
With the importance of achieving a top grade in GCSE Maths being hammered home at every opportunity, it has never been more essential that you ensure your child has the full range of support that they need, both at home and in the classroom, so that they leave school with a full range of opportunities available to them. Maths Doctor tailored tuition evaluates every student on their own needs and abilities and delivers a suitable lesson plan to propel them to greatness. Simply fill out the form to the right for a free learning assessment or call one of our advisers today on 0800 088 2820 to discuss the options most suitable for you.
Education in Havering
41% of the 59 state funded primary schools in Havering are currently operating above their recommended capacities. Similarly, 15% of students, upon reaching secondary school age, are unable to gain places at their first-choice institution.
Regardless, some 55% of students hailing from the area do go on to attend University, and though none go to Oxford or Cambridge, 6% attend Russell Group schools. We all want our kids to achieve as much as they can in education, and Maths Doctor tuition can help them with their academic objectives.
Maths is important
Aristotle believed that education should be the responsibility of the state, because well-educated citizens benefit us all. This could certainly apply to mathematics, since much of our economic growth is as a result of high mathematical competence. It’s brought us fuel-efficient engines, optical glasses, laser devices and a host of other scientific technologies. It’s also meant there are more people who can make better political and economic decisions about policy, risk and how to allocate resources. The mathematics we get taught in school might seem profoundly disconnected from the mathematics people use or enjoy in the real world. However this couldn’t be farther from the truth. Maths is our way of solving life’s biggest problems. Not only does mathematics give industry the edge and help it gain a competitive advantage, it provides us with a way to predict and avoid disasters or detect major terrorist events. The 21st Century looks set to be the century of data – and maths and mathematicians will have a huge impact.