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Why you should get a maths tutor for your child

by Kim (follow)
Regardless of whether your child is a maths lover or not, it forms an important part of the school curriculum. Naturally, every parent is going to want to ensure their child gains top marks in maths, and there are more benefits to mastering the subject than simply improving grades, especially when you get a maths tutor for your child.

When it comes to the success and failure of children in school, maths is considered to be a critical factor throughout and many reports suggest that maths skills might be lacking. Itís a worrying thought for any parent.

The good news is that tutoring can help children to excel while they are still learning in a classroom environment, enabling them to sharpen their skills and enhance their understanding. The implemented teaching methods form an integral part of the childrenís experience.

Some children will react to memorisation and others benefit from concept-building, problem solving, reasoning and linking their understanding of the real world with their learning experience. So, if you are considering finding a maths tutor for your child, you might want to understand the reasons for doing so as this can help you to make an informed decision.

Start with a FREE online maths assessment from TuitionWorks, followed by a 15-minute chat with one of their tutors to ensure your child is given the best possible start.



Build Their Confidence

Often, children are afraid to ask questions in front of friends and this can cause their progress to slow down. Confidence in the classroom environment is all about valuing individual effort as well as persistence and improvement. All of these are things that they might not get from a classroom. This is through no fault of the teacher but more because of the way in which they have to manage a busy classroom.
Having a maths tutor will ensure your child understands the value of the effort that they are putting into learning. Once they see that they are improving, they will begin to grow in confidence and once they implement confidence in a classroom environment, they will excel.

A Positive Approach to Challenges

Failure is not something that people like facing but it is something that we have to deal with in our daily lives. As a result, children must understand how to deal with disappointment in a positive way. When they receive help from a tutor, they will see that tutoring is a solution to the challenges they face. Once they are accepting, they will be able to learn more about maths and life in general.

Set a Foundation Early

From their first day in school, children build a foundation that sets them up in years to come. When they have problems navigating these early skills, it will make it more challenging for them to accept concepts and understand them. So, this might require a proactive approach, but instead of hearing from your childís teacher about problems theyíre having in certain areas, you could take it upon yourself to get them a maths tutor. This will allow them to assess your child to determine their ability and level. Regardless of their level, a tutor would be able to ensure that your child has the right foundation that will help them move forward.

Learning in a One-on-One Environment

The classroom can be a challenging environment where more than 30 students are looking for attention, making learning difficult. Also, a large group can discourage children from asking for help when they need it. When you turn to tutoring, it makes it easier for them to ask questions in confidence while also having the help and assistance that they need.

Itís a Stress-Free Environment

Classrooms can prove stressful for those children who are struggling to get to grips with learning maths. Whether itís the stress of not understanding things, the stress of seeing people around them progressing or the stress of looking as though they are not capable, it all creates a negative feeling. Tutoring removes these pressures and allows them to relax in a simple environment that ensures they maximise their learning potential. There is no competing or worrying and more often, the experience is fun and engaging.

Takes the Pressure Off Parents

Parents will often take it upon themselves to make up for the gaps in education and learning. When it comes to teaching maths, it sometimes pays to leave it to the experts. This will enable you to take a step back and not have to worry about your own subject knowledge. Furthermore, you are more than likely going to be helping them by not confusing them with new methods that do not work for them.

Give Them Control

Too often, a child will feel as though any success they experience in maths is down to luck or a simple test that they happened to pass or even a guess. However, a tutor will instil in your child the right concepts that will help them to build their confidence in their ability, allowing them to control their success. With an increase and improvement in performance, it will show them that hard work does pay off and that they are in control of the situation, giving them new skills and an ability to look ahead.



TuitionWorks offer one-to-one online maths lessons with qualified specialist tutors covering Key Stage 1 to Oxbridge admission tests. Their tutors are all qualified teachers, connected to the curriculum and trained to teach pupils across all learning styles.

Help your child match with the right tutor. When this happens, the results can be remarkable. Confidence can grow, maths is enjoyable, and exams are aced.

Cost: Starting from £35/hour

Contact: Call 020 3219 7777 or email enquiries@tuitionworks.com

Learn more: On the TuitionWorks website

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