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Functional skills
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Professional development
Age 12-15

Secondary

Is your child not progressing well in maths or is not being challenged enough by the material being taught? In our session, I will teach your child at a pace that suits them focusing on engaging their interest in maths and creating confidence in their abilities. It is essential in maths that children fully grasp essential number concepts. I will work with your child to assess gaps in their understanding so that they can move onto more complex concepts with confidence and understanding. I also share my enthusiasm for maths and aim to make it fun!

Age 15-16

GCSE

As a GCSE student you may need a little help to get an 8 or 9 or you might be struggling to get a pass. I have experience in tutoring to both of these needs and ensuring that each learner achieves the highest grade they can.

Age 16-18

A level

As an A level student you (or your child) are good at maths but maybe just need that extra bit of confidence to move from a B grade to an A or some help getting your head around tricky concepts such as integration and differentiation.

Functional skills

Do you need some help to pass your maths professional skills test to become a teacher? Or would you like some help understanding statistics for your degree or dissertation? Get in touch to discuss your particular need.

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Degree

Having finished at the University of Leeds with a first-class degree in Mathematics, I would be happy to help with modules I am familiar with such as any of the core mathematical modules. In my degree, I had lots of experience with statistics and financial modules. Feel free to get in touch to discuss your needs.

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Profesional qualifications

Do you need some help to pass your maths professional skills test to become a teacher? Or would you like some help understanding statistics for your degree or dissertation? Get in touch to discuss your particular need.

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Special educational needs

Inclusive education made easy: Specific needs seamlessly integrated.

I have taught students with a wide range of abilities and needs. Being one-to-one means that I can teach topics differently to help appeal to a visual learner or explain things differently from how their teacher may be teaching it. I am a patient tutor and am happy to repeat topics, and I never get frustrated when questions are asked multiple times. With students with shorter attention spans, changing topics and covering multiple topics in one lesson can be a way to keep pupils engaged and present in the lesson. I am also happy to offer shorter lessons to those students who may not suit a 60-minute lesson.