Maths Tutors covering Surbiton
Every college application, every university application and every job application will ask your child their grade in maths GCSE or simply did they acquire that all important C. To ensure they never have to reply ‘no’, taking steps to help them achieve their potential now is crucial. Maths Doctor will support your child in reaching that goal in maths by personalising the format of learning completely around them. Contact our advisers today by filling out the form to the right, without any obligation they will call you to discuss securing your child’s future success in maths.
Education in Surbiton
A popular suburban area situated within the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames, Surbiton sits on the river Thames in the cities south west. Over one quarter of the areas 35 state sponsored primary school facilities, as well as 40% of the local state secondary schools currently suffer from student oversubscription- problem reflected on the whole in many parts of Greater London itself.
Maths is important
‘I want to make a difference in society. How can maths help me to do this?’ There are more and more people choosing a career in the health and social services. Meanwhile, national government organisation (NGO) and charity jobs are more numerous, accessible and competitive than ever before. It is not surprising that these types of careers feature in the dreams of many people, young and old, because they are fulfilling and can pay well. An aspirant social missionary could be forgiven for believing that the ‘number crunching’ of maths is useless in their prospective field. It doesn’t seem obvious that maths can help to remove unexploded mines from public areas or provide food and shelter for those whose homes have been destroyed by a natural disaster. Surprisingly however, it does play an incredibly important role in frontline aid. From the maths formulas that are used in the precision engineering of technology like mine detectors, through to the use of data to identify disaster sites, maths is very versatile and is often used on the frontline for health and social agencies. Furthermore, maths training helps people to make more rational and logical decisions, which can be essential when lives are at stake. A maths course can give you a head start if you are preparing for a job where you will work in service of others.