We make online tutoring simple with our amazing, fun and interactive online classroom. The tutor and the student 'meet' online for a 1-1 private lesson. It's just like a face to face lesson but with the added benefit of the online environment. Many students prefer online tuition because it is less intimidating than sitting next to a tutor.
You need no special software or downloads to use our award winning whiteboard which makes lessons fun and easy. This exciting piece of technology is like a normal whiteboard but much better. You can draw on it; upload files, copy and paste text onto it, save the link and view the slide later and much more. The tutor can see what the student is writing and vice versa.
The tutor and student use VOIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol) - this means talking over the internet. It allows tutors and students to talk clearly, in real time, as if they were face to face.
The online classroom allows a tutor to upload documents such as past exam papers or online text books. The tutor and the student can then annotate them while discussing them on the phone or Skype. At the end of a lesson, the student can save the session on their own computer.
Our highly selected, qualified and experienced maths tutors are extremely skilled at online tuition. So we provide one-to-one, private tuition in the comfort of your home, school or office.
This site clearly shows our tutors' qualifications, experience, prices, availability and payment terms. If you have a question, you can ask the tutor directly using our internal message system.
You can also book a free no-obligation mini-lesson with a tutor. This give you the opportunity to experience the tutor's teaching style.
All of this helps our students to achieve their full potential.
Private maths tutoring can improve a child's school performance and help them to gain confidence. This can enhance their enjoyment of maths and their motivation to do well.
Parents choose us to give their child the focused, individual attention that cannot be provided in a classroom setting, to stretch their child further or to help when their child has temporarily fallen behind.
Adult students choose us to obtain the Maths GCSE grade C that is required by many academic courses; or because they must pass numeracy tests for promtions or new jobs.