Remember when you used to complain that your kids spent too much time online? Now, they need to be enticed out of duvets, cupboards and other hiding holes to face the dreaded online lesson! Schools have been forced out of the physical classroom and into the virtual one. It’s received mixed reviews.
Clare knew she was struggling in maths and sensibly asked her parents for some extra help. Her free initial professional assessment at Aspire showed that Clare was having problems in some fundamental areas of mathematics and that this was stopping her progress in the subject.
At Aspire, we are here to help you with becoming exam ready and confident. So, why use a tutor service to support your learning and revision? Hopefully, the following might help you to decide whether this service will help you to achieve your best.
A huge well done to Charleigh who has achieved her ‘Aspire Tuition Times Tables Award’. Not only does she get to keep the trophy but Charleigh now has an excellent basis to extend her work in other areas of maths that benefit from a good memory store of multiplication facts.
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Latest maths testimonials:
Year 6 student KS2
Amber had her school report this week and it confirmed she is working at an excellent level for maths. But more important Amber enjoys her sessions and learns without feeling like it’s a “chore”. I think the one to one online really suits her learning style
We were finding that the size and mix of some of the classes in secondary school were making it difficult for Josh to learn to his full potential, that’s why we first came to Aspire.
When our eldest son, Josh, was studying with David and the Aspire team he gained an A in his GCSE maths, which he definitely wouldn’t have managed without their support and they helped him immensely.
When Josh left, our youngest, Joel, was also keen to start learning with Aspire. Joel’s initial assessment showed he was behind where he ought to be, which was a surprise to us but he has now caught up.
Having the one-to-one help but within a classroom environment with other children really helps Joel. He enjoys it more and finds it easier than studying at home. Sue goes through things that have been covered at school that Joel doesn’t fully understand and Joel is a lot more confident now.
I really enjoyed my time with Aspire.
I first started coming when I was predicted a C in my GCSE maths and I wasn’t happy with that. During my assessment with Aspire I was told that I had the potential to get an A. I planned on doing A Levels in law, psychology and history so I needed to get at least a B for these.
During the lessons, David always took the time to explain things and would he would also plan them so we would look at the things that I was struggling with in school. He always encourage me and I achieved an A in my GCSE.
I kept in touch with David as my brother is also going to Aspire. David knew that I was applying to study law at university and he helped me with my personal statement. I’m now at the University of Essex studying law.
Aspire helped me much more than just getting an A in my GCSE Maths, they helped me get where I am today.