8.30 AM - 5.00 PM Monday to Friday
One to one teaching that’s designed to boost confidence and engagement as well as academic attainment
Each pupil’s learning journey is tailored to their individual learning gaps, helping to accelerate maths progress and raise attainment across the school.
Maths interventions shouldn’t be a one-size-fits-all solution.
One of the main reasons pupils struggle to progress in maths is because they have outstanding gaps and misconceptions that need to be addressed before they can move on.
We use regular and ongoing assessment to ensure individual gaps are plugged, and tutors only move on once the pupil’s knowledge is secure.
of all pupils show a solid foundational understanding of the concept they have been learning
of these pupils are able to complete greater depth tasks
Throughout their lessons, pupils are encouraged to explain their thinking and justify their answers. These regular opportunities to talk through their maths in a one to one environment with their dedicated tutors helps to develop pupils’ verbal fluency, reasoning and problem-solving skills.
Pupils aren’t just focused on finding the right answer; they’re working with their tutors to explore the maths behind each question, choose the appropriate strategy and verbalise the steps they’re taking to answer it.
This has a significant impact on pupils’ verbal fluency, reasoning and problem-solving skills.
Their learning concentrated on verbalising reasoning and understanding so they're able to recall things more quickly and explain their thinking which has led to improved confidence.
Deputy Headteacher, Hayes Primary School
Before we begin, pupils are asked questions to understand their confidence, effort levels and enjoyment of maths. Last year, the proportion of pupils who believed they could do well in maths doubled over the course of the programme.
Average impact on pupils who started with low confidence
Average impact on pupils who started with low effort
Average impact on pupils who started with low enjoyment
Whether you’re looking to raise SATs or GCSE attainment, our programmes are built with revision in mind.
Whilst we’re on a mission to help schools achieve long-term results and build solid maths foundations, we know that at some points of the year and for particular pupils, you’ll want to focus specifically on exam preparation and revision.
That’s why we’ve built dedicated SATs and GCSE Revision Programmes to help pupils feel confident and familiar with the kinds of questions they’ll be facing in their assessments and prepare them for the challenges ahead.
Available in the spring term, our dedicated SATs revision lessons help to prepare Year 6 pupils for the maths papers in May. Tutors ensure that pupils are secure with each concept before moving on to applying that knowledge to SATs-style questions and exploring the strategies required for SATs success.
Available year-round, the GCSE Revision Programme is designed to help boost progress in your target Year 10 and 11 students. Tutors introduce key concepts before using paired examples to build understanding of appropriate methods and providing feedback on exam-style questions.
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