The 1-to-1 interaction is a key area to a lot of our pupils making progress. The tasks set are challenging but the children feel successful.
Deputy Headteacher, Perton Middle School
Lessons pitched to pupils' needs
1-to-1 teaching means pupils aren’t held back by waiting for others to grasp a concept nor are they left floundering because the lesson has moved on too fast.
Our tutors ensure pupils work in their zone of proximal development, meaning we can build their confidence whilst also providing an appropriate level of challenge, the best way to get them progressing more quickly.
Our data shows better progress for our Third Space pupils over time when measured against non-Third Space Learners.
Deputy Headteacher, Heartsease Primary Academy
Plugging gaps so pupils achieve
Misconceptions are addressed as they arise so that pupils can move quickly through the curriculum.
This ensures key concepts are reinforced and foundations are secured – helping your pupils keep up, catch up and achieve. You’re kept updated through weekly and overview reports.
It builds confidence, develops reasoning skills through talk, and is a safe environment for children to become confident in making mistakes – leading to increased resilience
Assistant Headteacher, Mount Nod Primary School
A safe space to ask questions
Speaking directly to one person over their headset encourages pupils to ask questions they might not normally feel brave enough to in front of their peers. Combined with the personalised lesson content pitched precisely to their gaps, pupils feel motivated and become more confident.
Our children were smiling throughout, were very engaged and some concentrated for longer than we have ever seen before
Deputy Headteacher, Beechwood Primary School
A different way to learn
Pupils love talking to their tutors in the interactive classroom. Schools report that they look forward to attending each week and are engaged throughout, even pupils who don’t usually participate well in lessons.
87% of all pupils we’ve taught agree or strongly agree that they enjoy their extra 1-to-1 maths lessons.
What schools like yours are saying about us
"The children I support need motivation to learn. Third Space Learning's maths intervention provides specific learning goals in liaison with their class teacher(s) with a baseline
Adele Jones - Headteacher, Beaufort Community Primary School
"Third Space gives individual children personalised attention to their needs to move their confidence and academic achievement in maths forward."
Steph Topliss - Class Teacher, Petts Hill Primary School, Middlesex
"Third Space allowed our Year 6s to not only reach the expected standard but to gain a love and interest for Maths. The positive difference that
Louise Masters -Headteacher, Nine Mile Ride Primary School
"Resources are easy to access - good level of challenge. Questions are well thought out and provide opportunities for reasoning and problem solving. We have engaged
Luke Martino - Assistant Headteacher, Harby Primary School
"All 8 children who had the 1-to-1 sessions achieved age related expectations in SATs, with high arithmetic and reasoning scores. The children really valued the opportunity
Rebecca Jakes - Maths Leader, Woodcot Primary School, Gosport
"Learning is tailored to meet the needs of the children. The support network which is offered is second to none. It is an incredible resource which
Val Pavey - Pupil Premium Lead, Woodlands Academy of Learning, West Mids
"Third Space Learning’s 1-to-1 interventions supported children in developing their skills and more importantly, confidence in maths, particularly in the build up to SATs. Pupils themselves
James Norman - Headteacher, Whipton Barton Junior School, Exeter
"In all honesty, the sessions are excellent and the structure and pace means the children progress well. Most importantly, they love them! And in times of
Robin Morrell - Assistant Headteacher, The Cathedral School of St Saviour & St Mary Overy
"Children showed great progress and were confident when given problems to solve. It really worked!"
Lorraine Hazlewood - KS2 Teacher, Wootton Wawen Primary School, Warwickshire
"There's a wide variety of resources including really useful diagnostic assessments and general materials to support subject leadership."
Alison Pearce-Kelly - Class teacher, Buckland Primary School, Middlesex
"One to one for a good value price. Pupils enjoy working with their tutors - they describe them as lovely, friendly and helpful. Good range of
Becky Cain - Deputy Headteacher, Cranborne Middle School
"Great price, for a great service and fully engaged and committed children who not only love the personalised nature of the sessions, but also make clear
Mark Creasy - Aylesbury Vale Academy, Buckinghamshire
"The progress made by the children since receiving Third Space sessions has been superb with children accelerating their progress and now closing the attainment gap, closer
Daniel Nelson - Headteacher, Choppington Primary School, Newcastle
"Third Space provides a regular and reliable session of 1-to-1 support. Their confidence is raised and as a result their outcomes are improved. It is astonishing