Closing the maths attainment gap with one to one teaching

Personalised online tutoring programmes built for schools by maths experts

Maths support wherever you need it

In an independent trial, pupils receiving regular Third Space Learning tutoring made 7 months’ progress in 14 weeks.

Why schools like yours choose Third Space Learning

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Created by maths experts

All programmes are built by former maths teachers and all tutors are STEM specialists who receive intensive initial and ongoing training.

Meet our tutors
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Maximise per-pupil funding

We’re proud to be the most affordable DfE-approved one to one tutoring provider, offering personalised one to one tutoring for the price many other providers charge for group sessions.

Pricing and funding
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Scalable and accessible

You choose which pupils need support; we’ll provide a dedicated specialist maths tutor and a personalised learning journey for each one.

How it works
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Personalised for each pupil

Tutoring content, pitch and pace is fully personalised following diagnostic and in-session assessments, meaning you can plug individual gaps across cohorts.

Assessment-led tutoring
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Designed to ease the pressure

Schools have a reliable, consistent and easy-to-run intervention for their target groups, giving class teachers more time to focus on whole class teaching.

Impact in schools

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Working in partnership with the education community

We’re proud to be a Department for Education-approved Tuition Partner.

Partner with Rising Stars

In an independent trial using PUMA tests, pupils made 7 months’ progress in 14 weeks.

We’ve worked with researchers to develop a framework for the ideal one to one lesson.

We’ve helped to generate evidence and improve outcomes for children in care.

We’re helping to research the UK maths attainment gap and how tutoring can help.

We’ve looked at how global tutoring models can make tuition more accessible for schools.

Your tutoring questions answered

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