Maths Tutors covering Kensington and Chelsea
Areas we cover in Kensington and Chelsea
Kensington and Chelsea, Ladbroke Grove
Ensure that your child is achieving their true potential in maths with some additional support from Maths Doctor. Our professional tutors understand the importance of reaching the best grade possible in order to leave school with a full set of options and our tailored tuition plans support each student in the best way possible. To find out more about how our lesson plans could help your child achieve in maths, simply fill out the form on the right or call us today on 0800 088 2820.
Education in Kensington and Chelsea
Kensington and Chelsea are known for being areas where people are at an advantage, but it seems they are not immune from overcrowding when it comes to the state schools. A giant 41% of secondary schools are oversubscribed in Kensington and Chelsea meaning a large proportion of students are not getting the education or support they deserve. With tailored tuition from highly qualified Maths Doctor tutors, your child will gain confidence not only in maths but in their education as a whole. Get in touch with us today by filling out the form to the right.
Maths is important
You don't have to study maths just for educational purposes. Imagine what life would be like if you gave up learning how to read at an early age – think of all the books, magazines, newspapers and web sites you'd be missing out on. There are plenty of fun ways to use maths as well – and I'm not kidding! The craze for sudoku may have tailed off a little, but those grid puzzles are still a fun way to pass a few moments, and you can't beat the satisfaction of popping that final number into the last square to complete the grid. There are plenty of other maths-based puzzles as well that are great fun to try your hand at, such as kakuro when the sum of the numbers in the grid must add up to the numbers on the edges of the puzzle, and the fiendish futoshiki, where you are given hints as to which of two adjacent numbers is the higher in value, and you have to use logic to work out where the rest of the numbers should be placed. If you give up on your maths studies, just think of all the puzzling fun you'll be missing out on.