Online one to one tutoring to support secondary transition and raise GCSE maths grades
“Our students have really engaged with Third Space Learning. One boy told me the other day that ‘it’s really working miss, I came top in my maths test!’. He was really pleased.”
Deputy Headteacher
St. Joseph’s RC High School, Bolton
Whether you’re looking to close KS2 gaps, support students as they move through the KS3 curriculum or provide targeted GCSE revision aligned with each student’s target grade, we’ve got a programme to meet your needs.
Click on a programme name to learn more about what’s included and view the list of learning objectives covered.
Revisiting KS2
Best for: Students with significant KS2 gaps
Programme goal: Close KS2 gaps
Revisiting KS2
Learning objectives in this programme
All programmes begin with a diagnostic assessment to identify gaps
Comparing numbers up to 10,000
Rounding numbers to the nearest 10
Finding factors
Finding common multiples
Multiplying and dividing by 10 and 100
Multiplying 2-digit numbers using the area model
Dividing using short division with exchange
Adding decimals using the column method
Subtracting decimals using the column method
Simplifying fractions
Writing simple fractions as decimals
Adding and subtracting fractions with different denominators
Using fractions to solve problems
Finding percentages of an amount
Using symbols and letters for unknown amounts
Using simple formulas
Solving one-step equations
Using ratio language and symbol
Making and describing linear sequences
Finding missing angles on a straight line
About this programme
Helps students to close KS2 knowledge gaps to support KS3 curriculum access.
How are lessons ordered?
The default order has been set by our academic team to best meet the programme’s goal. Schools can re-order lessons at any point, either to automatically prioritise each pupil’s gaps or into a custom order.
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Introducing KS3
Best for: Students with some KS2 gaps
Programme goal: Develop KS3 foundations
Introducing KS3
Learning objectives in this programme
All programmes begin with a diagnostic assessment to identify gaps
Knowing the value of each digit in numbers up to 10,000,000
Using the number line with decimal values
Rounding numbers to 2 decimal places
Multiplying and dividing whole numbers and decimals by 10, 100, 1,000
Finding the lowest common multiple using listing
Finding the highest common factor using listing
Finding equivalent fractions
Adding and subtracting fractions including mixed numbers
Writing percentages as fractions and decimals
Finding percentages of amounts without using a calculator
Sharing in Ratio
Multiplying using long multiplication
Dividing a number and writing the remainder as a fraction or decimal
Multiplying a decimal by a decimal
Simplifying an expression by collecting like terms
Substituting into expressions
Finding the nth term of arithmetic sequences
Solving two-step equations involving fractions
Solving problems using the order of operations
Finding missing angles
About this programme
Covers mostly KS2 content while introducing some KS3 content.
How are lessons ordered?
The default order has been set by our academic team to best meet the programme’s goal. Schools can re-order lessons at any point, either to automatically prioritise each pupil’s gaps or into a custom order.
Want to speak to our friendly team? Book a call.
Progressing Through KS3
Best for: Students with significant KS3 gaps
Programme goal: Close KS3 gaps
Progressing Through KS3
Learning objectives in this programme
All programmes begin with a diagnostic assessment to identify gaps
Adding or subtracting a negative number
Multiplying and dividing directed numbers
Working with square numbers
Defining and finding square roots
Cubing and cube rooting numbers
Reading, writing and evaluating powers
Understanding Prime Numbers
Finding prime factors
Multiplying Fractions
Dividing Fractions
Applying the order of operations to multi-step calculations
Solving area and perimeter problems
Simplify a more complex expression by collecting like terms
Expanding a single bracket
Factorise an algebraic expression by taking out common factors
Writing the equation of a line parallel to the x-axis or y-axis
Rounding to significant figures
Working with metric units of length
Area of triangles and parallelograms
Working with metric units of mass and capacity
About this programme
Addresses KS3 gaps that prevent students from developing key skills and progressing through KS3 content.
How are lessons ordered?
The default order has been set by our academic team to best meet the programme’s goal. Schools can re-order lessons at any point, either to automatically prioritise each pupil’s gaps or into a custom order.
Want to speak to our friendly team? Book a call.
Securing KS3
Best for: Students with some KS3 gaps
Programme goal: Secure KS3 content
Securing KS3
Learning objectives in this programme
All programmes begin with a diagnostic assessment to identify gaps
Calculating the volume of cubes and cuboids
Probability Scales
Averages and range
Substitute positive and negative numbers into formulae
Calculating with ratios and fractions
Using multipliers to solve direct proportion problems
Solving equations with negative solutions
Solving equations with the unknown on both sides
Expanding double brackets
Using prime factorisation to find the Highest Common Factor
Using prime factorisation to find the Lowest Common Multiple
Using the nth term to identify if a number is in a sequence
Solving problems in pattern sequences
Understanding and applying the Index Laws for multiplication
Understanding and applying the Index Laws for division
Understanding and applying the Index Laws for Powers
Using Standard Form to write Large and Small Numbers
Working with y=x+a and y=-x+a
Change the subject of a formula
Calculating with Mixed Numbers
About this programme
Lessons focus on securing KS3 content to enable students to successfully move on to KS4.
How are lessons ordered?
The default order has been set by our academic team to best meet the programme’s goal. Schools can re-order lessons at any point, either to automatically prioritise each pupil’s gaps or into a custom order.
Want to speak to our friendly team? Book a call.
GCSE Grade 3
Best for: Students targeting grade 3
Programme goal: Achieve a grade 3
GCSE Grade 3
Learning objectives in this programme
All programmes begin with a diagnostic assessment to identify gaps
Identifying Types of Number
Working with Powers, Squares, Cubes and Roots
Calculating with Negative Numbers
Identifying Coordinates and Midpoints
Working with Sequences
Simplifying and Collecting Like Terms
Solving Linear Equations
Identifying Properties of 2D and 3D shapes
Performing Transformations of Shapes
Understanding Fractions
Converting between Measures
Calculating Averages and Range
Drawing and Interpreting Charts and Tables
Working with Probabilities
Calculating with Fractions
Rounding Values
Finding the HCF and LCM using listing methods
Calculating Percentages
Finding Area and Circumference of Circles
Working with Substitution
About this programme
20 high impact topics, each working through a set of exam-style questions designed to help the student achieve a Grade 3 level of proficiency
How are lessons ordered?
The default order has been set by our academic team to best meet the programme’s goal. Schools can re-order lessons at any point, either to automatically prioritise each pupil’s gaps or into a custom order.
Want to speak to our friendly team? Book a call.
GCSE Grade 4
Best for: Students targeting grade 4
Programme goal: Achieve a grade 4
GCSE Grade 4
Learning objectives in this programme
All programmes begin with a diagnostic assessment to identify gaps
Calculating with Fractions in Context
Expanding and Factorising Single Brackets
Working with Fractions, Decimals and Percentages
Working with Ratio
Expanding Double Brackets
Using Pythagoras’ Theorem
Drawing and Interpreting Scatter Graphs
Working with Probabilities in Tables
Using Index Laws
Solving Linear Equations
Working with Arithmetic Sequences
Working with Prime Factorisation
Solving Area and Perimeter Problems
Calculating the Volume of Prisms and Cylinders
Calculating the Surface Area of Prisms and Cylinders
Calculating Averages from Tables
Drawing a Linear Graph from a Table of Values
Finding Angles in Parallel Lines
Calculating with Compound Measures
Working with Inequalities
About this programme
20 high impact topics, each working through a set of exam-style questions designed to help the student achieve a Grade 4 level of proficiency
How are lessons ordered?
The default order has been set by our academic team to best meet the programme’s goal. Schools can re-order lessons at any point, either to automatically prioritise each pupil’s gaps or into a custom order.
Want to speak to our friendly team? Book a call.
GCSE Grade 5
Best for: Students targeting grade 5
Programme goal: Achieve a grade 5
GCSE Grade 5
Learning objectives in this programme
All programmes begin with a diagnostic assessment to identify gaps
Estimating Calculations
Working with Ratio
Expanding Double Brackets
Factorising Quadratics (coefficient equal to 1)
Working wiht y = mx + c
Applying Pythagoras’ Theorem
Trigonometry: Using SOHCAHTOA
Working with Probabilities in Tables
Forming and Solving Linear Equations
Working with Arithmetic Sequences
Working with Prime Factorisation
Solving Area and Perimeter Problems
Calculating the Volume of Prisms and Cylinders
Calculating the Surface Area of Prisms and Cylinders
Calculating Averages from Tables
Calculating with Compound Measures
Solving Linear Simultaneous Equations
Calculating Compound Interest and Depreciation
Finding angles in Polygons
Working with Standard Form
About this programme
20 high impact topics, each working through a set of exam-style questions designed to help the student achieve a Grade 5 level of proficiency
How are lessons ordered?
The default order has been set by our academic team to best meet the programme’s goal. Schools can re-order lessons at any point, either to automatically prioritise each pupil’s gaps or into a custom order.
Want to speak to our friendly team? Book a call.
GCSE Grade 6
Best for: Students targeting grade 6
Programme goal: Achieve a grade 6
GCSE Grade 6
Learning objectives in this programme
All programmes begin with a diagnostic assessment to identify gaps
About this programme
20 high impact topics, each working through a set of exam-style questions designed to help the student achieve a Grade 6 level of proficiency
How are lessons ordered?
The default order has been set by our academic team to best meet the programme’s goal. Schools can re-order lessons at any point, either to automatically prioritise each pupil’s gaps or into a custom order.
Want to speak to our friendly team? Book a call.
GCSE Grade 7
Best for: Students targeting grade 7
Programme goal: Achieve a grade 7
GCSE Grade 7
Learning objectives in this programme
All programmes begin with a diagnostic assessment to identify gaps
Finding the nth term of a Quadratic Sequence
Converting Recurring Decimals to Fractions
Using the Product Rule for Counting
Expanding Triple Brackets
Working with Similar Shapes
Using Cumulative Frequency and Box Plots
Applying the Capture-Recapture Method
Using Circle Theorems
Rearranging Formulae
Using Direct and Inverse Proportion
Simplifying Algebraic Fractions
Completing the Square
Using Negative and Fractional Indices
Simplifying Surds
Working with Spheres and Cones
Drawing and Reading from Histograms
Working with Vector Geometry
Using Function Notation
Working with Upper and Lower Bounds
Applying Transformations of Functions
About this programme
20 high impact topics, each working through a set of exam-style questions designed to help the student achieve a Grade 7 level of proficiency
How are lessons ordered?
The default order has been set by our academic team to best meet the programme’s goal. Schools can re-order lessons at any point, either to automatically prioritise each pupil’s gaps or into a custom order.
Want to speak to our friendly team? Book a call.
90% of students show a solid understanding of each concept at the end of each session.
In an independent trial, students made 7 months’ progress in 14 weeks.
70% of students who report low confidence at the start say it has improved after their sessions.
100% of teachers surveyed felt the sessions helped students achieve better assessment results in 2023.
Our team of former secondary maths teachers have created a range of programmes across suitable for KS3 and GCSE.
All lessons follow an ‘I do, we do, you do’ approach to build conceptual understanding.
View KS3 ProgrammesProgrammes are available to support students as they progress through KS3 and KS4.
Personalised maths tutoring helps students make faster progress towards their target GCSE maths grade.
Diagnostic assessments at the start of the programme let tutors and teachers know where each student needs most support.
Tutors use formative assessments to adapt the pathway through each lesson, providing opportunities to recap prior learning if pupils need or skipping straight to independent practice if they’re ready.
Teachers can review and re-order lessons at any point
All secondary tutors are graduates in STEM subjects, are fully background-checked and undergo a rigorous application.
Each tutor completes our intensive tutor training programme and receives regular and ongoing CPD.
We know your staff and students will love it.
If you don’t, we’ll give you 100% of your money back if you’re not happy within the first 6 weeks.
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Each programme contains 20 specially created tutoring lessons designed to build conceptual
understanding and respond to students’ needs in real-time.
KS3
GCSE
Let’s learn
After an opportunity to recap prior learning if they need it, students are introduced to the concept
Follow me + your turn
Students work through a scaffolded example with their tutor before trying a similar question on their own
You do
A carefully sequenced next question ensures students can apply knowledge to different contexts
Go further
This gives students an opportunity to apply their knowledge to problem solving and reasoning questions
Try this exam style question
The first question enables tutors to assess understanding of the topic
Let’s go through this together
If needed, scaffolded slides help students explore how to approach the question
Your turn
Students get opportunities to apply their knowledge independently
Ready for a challenge?
If their tutor is confident they’ve grasped the topic, students can take it even further
Let us know how many students you’re looking to support and we’ll be in touch with more information about how it works, the impact you can expect to see and a personalised quote for your school.
56% cheaper than the average cost of online one to one tutoring
The UK’s most affordable DfE-approved tutoring partner
Includes free headsets, diagnostic assessments and regular reports
Discounts available for long-term bookings and MATs