Discover the best Maths Tutors Near You
Request your free list of Maths tutors by entering your postcode in the Postcode Search Box. Our tutoring service introduces parents and adult students to pre-vetted experienced teachers who deliver Mathematics tuition to pupils needing additional help with Maths,.
Our tutors cover all levels from Primary KS1 & KS2, KS3, GCSE, IGCSE, to AS Level and A Level Maths and Further Maths. SQ Nat 5, Higher and Advanced Higher Maths. University undergraduate level.
All Mathematic exam boards are covered including AQA, OCR, SQA, Edexcel and WJEC.
What do tutors cover in Maths Tuition?
A tutor helps with a general understanding of Maths or may concentrate on individual topics. Tutoring supports any aspect of Maths studies including:
- Basic skills
- Problem solving skills
- Numeracy for adults
- Functional Skills
- Common entrance exams 11+
AS and A Level Maths Tuition
Our maths tutors offer private lessons at AS and A Level to students at Sixth Form, College or University. An A-Level tutor can help to prepare for Maths exams including revision, mocks, resits, working through past papers, planning and assessments. Many tutors have experience of working with exam boards and know what is expected from a student.
A Maths tutor can help a student who is struggling with the transition from GCSE to A Level and will work on strengthening weak areas. This can have a positive impact on the student’s learning and boost their confidence in Maths and STEM subjects. Maths and Physics is a popular combination at A Level.
GCSE / IGCSE Maths Tutor
Maths at GCSE level includes Key Stage 4 for Years 10 and 11..
A Maths tutor will support a student working at any level including Foundation tier and Higher tier and for topics such as Number, Algebra, Ratio, proportion and rates of change, Geometry and measure, Probability, Statistics. Further details from AQA about GCSE Maths.
A GCSE Maths tutor can help to prepare for Maths exams including revision, mocks, resits, working through past papers, planning and assessments. Many tutors have examiner experience or direct knowledge of working with exam boards and know first-hand what is expected from a student.
GCSE level is a good starting point for adults who would like to improve their maths skills. See GOV.uk for more information about GCSE Maths.
KEY Stage 3 (KS3) Maths Tutor
Primary Level - KS1 and KS2 Maths Tuition
A Primary maths tutor can make a difference in the formative years of a young child’s development. Our tutors are kind, supportive and offer a calm environment for learning and without distractions from other pupils.
Primary Maths level includes Early Years Reception, Maths Keys Stage 1 (KS1) for pupils in Years 1 and 2 and Key Stage 2 (KS2) for pupils in Years 3, 4, 5, and 6 (including SATs and 11+ exam preparation). See programme of study here.
Maths Tutors for Adults
Our maths tutors support adults of all ages and abilities and will devise a study plan to help the mature student reach their goals. Many of our Maths tutors have additional adult learning qualifications. Tuition is arranged at a convenient time to fit around your own schedule and is either in-person at home, or online if preferred.
We’re always pleased to hear from adults who are looking to refresh their Maths skills after leaving school or college either with or without Maths qualifications. The first step in reaching out for support may feel difficult but the tutors are understanding and supportive. Generally a good starting point is GCSE level but the tutor can offer guidance if you’re unsure.
Our tutors offer support to adults who are looking to advance their careers through professional examinations such as nursing or QTS maths tuition for trainee teachers who may need refresher lessons.
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