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Why Do Bright Pupils Have Difficulty with Maths?
How is it that many bright, hardworking and ambitious students struggle so with maths? After...Editor's Pick
Mindset Adjustment For Developing Confidence
"I'm not good at maths. I just don't have that kind of brain. Some people are wired that way. I...Editor's Pick
Constructivist Teaching and Learning
Constructivist Teaching and Learning In a transmissive learning environment, the tutor directs...Our GCSE Maths Tutors
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Toughest changes hit Maths curriculum in London Schools from September 2016! Dear Parents / students, Yes, you read that right! Let me explain. My new scheme of work requires me to teach Factorising Quadratic expressions to year 7 and year 8 students!! Are you joking? Well, No. I am not. Until... 
Growth Mindset in Maths
One of the key aspects of successful coaching is enabling your client to have a sense of self belief, to overcome their saboteurs, the negative 'I should, must, ought' thoughts and to evoke a transformation, change in themselves. This is related so keenly with the way in which children learn and... 
Learning Maths With Less Than Helpful Teachers
I'm sure everyone has come across this problem at least once; for whatever reason, you just can't understand what your teacher is telling you, no matter how many times you ask them to repeat the question or explanation they've just gone through. It's especially irritating when the rest of the...

Outmoded and Obscure Maths
Should we continue to subject this generation to outmoded and obscure maths content? Well my answer is no we should not. I am sure there is lots that is relevant in the secondary maths curriculum, but I question some content that still remains, i.e. multiplication and division of fractions. Let... 
You Don't Have To Be A Genius To Do Well At Maths
It started when I got what was the equivalent of (O Level) GCSE Mathematics aged nine. I was home educated by my Dad. People would say, "You must be very bright or child prodigy," and yes, the word genius has been used. I would always shrug my shoulders; Maths is now something that comes... 
Reasons for turning to Private Maths Tuition,
There’s no getting away from the current crisis in the education system today, especially within the UK. With that comes a shortage of Maths teachers suitably skilled to teach our children. I speak from both a professional and a parental perspective. With the intense pressure put on teachers...