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A teacher’s view of the value of private tuition
Working towards a prosperous future In 1987 I qualified as a teacher and started my career in an...Editor's Pick
The Problem with Maths!
I find the biggest problem that pupils have with maths is that they tell themselves that it is...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...Our GCSE Maths Tutors
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GCSE Maths Articles

Ways Of Getting Help With A Maths Problem
Brain Book Buddy Boss You might have heard of this catchy phrase that teachers sometimes use in school. It relates to how to help yourself through a Maths problem or revision. Often in the classroom there is only one teacher and over 30 pupils, several of whom might be finding the topic... 
How Individual Maths Tuition Helps Children
The way maths is taught in schools can leave many young people feeling bewildered and overwhelmed by the amount of methods and facts they have to learn. Once a child's confidence or enthusiasm begins to dwindle it can be very difficult to keep up with the volume of work being expected of... 
5 Effective Approaches To Maths Teaching
Everyone responds to humourChildren learn and remember so much more when they laugh during a lesson. No one likes to reveal what they find difficult or challenging in life so humour is essential in making someone feel comfortable in opening up to the specifics with willingness and ease. And...

Maths Tutoring Is Needed
In recent years, there has been a great emphasis on the problemsolving and mathematical reasoning in GCSE maths assessments. The volume of the material has also increased with harder topics introduced. Although I admire School teachers for their hard work and tenacity with a very busy... 
GCSE Maths Without Stress
Reduce GCSE Maths stress A lot of the stress from GCSE Maths comes from the sudden need to put together all that has been learned over a number of years. Coursework sometimes adds to the strain of the upcoming exam too. Here are some ways to beat the GCSE Maths blues: Get any coursework... 
Tough changes hit Maths Curriculum Sep 2016
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 a few months ago I never used to teach these topics to anyone below year 9! So if you are saying your...