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Parents employ tutors for all sorts of reasons. It is said that, in London, in excess of 40% of...Editor's Pick
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Thinking back to my time as a student at school – studying for my “O” and “A” levels – I think...Editor's Pick
Fascinating Number Properties
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The New GCSE Maths Syllabus ^{Editor's Pick}
If you have children who did GCSEs last year you will be aware that there is a new exam with a new grading structure (1 – 9) where 9 is the highest grade. That is not the only difference, however. Obvious changes include the fact that there are three exam papers instead of two. Less obvious... 
Do I need a Maths Tutor?
The short answer is very likely to be yes, with the new harder Maths GCSEs. I will give examples of problems that definitely need a Maths tutor. Sufficient speed and no assistance will always be key. Too often these problems are detected much later than suggested here. These problems are by no... 
How To Calculate The Mean From Frequency Data
Step 1: Copy out the table. Add a total column at the end and calculate the total as shown. 0 10 20 30 40 Total Frequency 4 6 11 17 9 47 Step 2: Draw another row under frequency and label this mid point. To...

Maths On A Graph
The GCSE Maths curriculum introduces the student into the wonderful world of linear and quadratic equations. At secondary school we are fully immersed in maths, whether we know it or not. Our minds have been solving maths problems for years. Step by step we progress. Soon or later we find... 
How Online Maths Lessons Work
From my experience it is far easier to sell online tutoring to students as oppose to parents. This article is aimed at parents to show you how online tutoring can be better than in person. Technology has come a long way. We now have online tools that make online tutoring easier for both student... 
The Power Of Growth Mindset In Maths
At my school we believe very strongly in the importance of a positive growth mindset to achieve success in all subjects (please see the links at the end to the articles about Growth Mindset by Carol Dwek). Students with a positive mindset believe that talents can be developed over time. They...