Maths Tuition

"Now I am more able to identify my own errors and misconceptions because of the way additional tuition with Global Learners filled the gaps in my knowledge."

For primary Key Stage 1 and 2  (age 5 - 12)  
Exam preparation for SATs and the 11+
Fluency in numeracy; reasoning and problem solving
Experts in filling the gaps and addressing misconceptions
Help with homework for only £10
Short 15 minute booster sessions for advanced learners only £10
One-to-one from £30 per session
Small group classes from £20 per session
Parent workshops in the Maths curriculum 

Welcome to Our Primary Maths Section

We specialise in providing high quality math tutoring services for primary students. Our team of experienced and dedicated tutors is here to help your child build a strong foundation in mathematics, enhance their problem-solving skills, and develop a deep understanding of mathematical concepts. 

With our personalised approach, we tailor our teaching methods to cater to the unique learning styles and needs of each student. Whether your child needs assistance with homework, exam preparation, or wants to excel in math, our primary maths tutoring service is designed to empower them with the knowledge and confidence to succeed. 

Join us on this educational journey and watch your child's math skills soar to new heights.

Our Maths Curriculum Intent

The primary maths curriculum in England aims to provide students with a solid foundation in mathematical knowledge and skills. The intent of our curriculum is to foster a deep understanding of key mathematical concepts, develop problem-solving abilities, and promote mathematical fluency.

Conceptual Understanding: Our curriculum focuses on developing a conceptual understanding of mathematical concepts. We aim to ensure that students grasp the underlying principles and relationships in areas such as number, algebra, geometry, and statistics.

Problem Solving: We emphasise the development of problem-solving skills, as they are essential for real-world applications of mathematics. Students are encouraged to think critically, analyse problems, and apply appropriate strategies to solve them. They learn to communicate their reasoning and justify their solutions.

Mastering the Small Steps

Mastering small steps is a crucial aspect of ensuring progression and continuity in mathematical learning. By breaking down complex concepts into smaller, manageable steps, students can build a strong foundation and develop a deep understanding of mathematics.

Step-by-Step Approach: Teachers guide students through a step-by-step approach, introducing new concepts and skills gradually. Each step is carefully scaffolded, allowing students to grasp one concept before moving on to the next. This approach ensures that students have a solid understanding of each step before progressing to more challenging topics.

Concrete to Abstract: Students begin by working with concrete materials or manipulatives to understand mathematical concepts. They then progress to pictorial representations before eventually working with abstract symbols and equations. This progression helps students connect mathematical ideas to real-world contexts and develop a deeper understanding.


Our Curriculum Intent

Mathematical Fluency: We aim to build students' fluency in mathematical procedures and skills. Through regular practice and repetition, students develop proficiency in mental calculations, arithmetic operations, and the use of mathematical tools and techniques.

Mathematical Reasoning: Our curriculum promotes mathematical reasoning and logical thinking. Students are encouraged to make connections between different mathematical concepts, apply logical reasoning to solve problems, and explore patterns and relationships.

Mathematical Communication: We emphasize the importance of effective communication in mathematics. Students learn to express their mathematical ideas verbally, in writing, and through visual representations. They develop the ability to interpret and understand mathematical language and notation.

Mathematical Connections: Our curriculum encourages students to make connections between mathematics and other subjects, as well as real-life situations. They explore the relevance and applications of mathematics in everyday life, science, technology, and other areas of study.

Differentiated Instruction: We recognize that students have diverse learning needs and abilities. Our curriculum incorporates differentiated instruction to cater to individual strengths, interests, and learning styles. We provide opportunities for extension and enrichment for advanced learners, as well as support for those who require additional assistance.

Progression and Continuity: Our curriculum is designed to ensure a smooth progression of mathematical learning from year to year. It builds upon previously acquired knowledge and skills, providing a coherent and cumulative learning experience for students throughout their primary education.

Overall, our primary maths curriculum aims to develop confident, competent, and enthusiastic mathematicians who can apply their mathematical knowledge and skills in various contexts. We strive to instill a lifelong appreciation for mathematics and equip students with the necessary foundation for further mathematical study.

Mastering the Small Steps

Practice and Reinforcement: Mastery of small steps requires practice and reinforcement. Teachers provide ample opportunities for students to practice and apply their skills through a variety of activities, such as problem-solving tasks, games, and real-life scenarios. This repetition and reinforcement help students consolidate their learning and build fluency in mathematical concepts.

Feedback and Reflection: Regular feedback and reflection are essential for mastering small steps. Teachers provide timely feedback to students, highlighting their strengths and areas for improvement. This feedback helps students identify misconceptions, correct errors, and make connections between different steps. Reflection encourages students to think critically about their learning and make connections to prior knowledge.

Differentiated Instruction: Recognizing that students have different learning needs and abilities, teachers employ differentiated instruction techniques. They provide additional support or challenge based on individual student needs, ensuring that each student can progress at their own pace and master the small steps.

By focusing on mastering small steps, students develop a strong foundation in mathematics and gain the confidence to tackle more complex concepts. This approach promotes progression and continuity in mathematical learning, ensuring that students build upon their prior knowledge and skills as they advance through their mathematical journey.

The White Rose Maths Scheme of Work is a comprehensive curriculum framework designed to support the teaching and learning of mathematics in schools. It provides a structured and coherent approach to mathematics education, covering all areas of the subject from Early Years Foundation Stage to Key Stage 5. 

Clear Progression: The scheme ensures a clear progression of mathematical concepts and skills, building upon prior knowledge and introducing new concepts in a logical sequence. This allows students to develop a deep and connected understanding of mathematics over time.

Mastery Approach: The White Rose Maths Scheme of Work is based on a mastery approach, which emphasises a deep understanding of mathematical concepts rather than superficial coverage. It encourages students to master each topic before moving on, ensuring a solid foundation for future learning.

Concrete-Pictorial-Abstract (CPA) Approach: The scheme incorporates the Concrete-Pictorial-Abstract (CPA) approach, which helps students develop a concrete understanding of mathematical ideas before moving to abstract symbols and equations. This approach supports visual and conceptual understanding, making mathematics more accessible and engaging for students.


Problem-Solving and Reasoning: The scheme emphasises problem-solving and reasoning skills, providing opportunities for students to apply their mathematical knowledge in real-life contexts. It encourages students to think critically, analyze situations, and communicate their mathematical thinking effectively.

Collaborative Learning: The White Rose Maths Scheme of Work encourages collaborative learning, promoting peer discussion and sharing of strategies. This fosters a positive learning environment where students can learn from each other and develop their communication and teamwork skills.

Assessment and Feedback: The scheme includes formative and summative assessment materials to help teachers monitor student progress and identify areas for improvement. It provides guidance on effective feedback strategies, ensuring that students receive timely and specific feedback to support their learning.

Teacher Support and Professional Development: The White Rose Maths Scheme of Work offers comprehensive teacher support, including detailed lesson plans, resources, and professional development opportunities. This helps teachers deliver high-quality mathematics instruction and stay up-to-date with the latest pedagogical approaches.

Overall, the White Rose Maths Scheme of Work provides a structured and coherent framework for teaching mathematics, promoting a deep understanding, problem-solving skills, and mathematical reasoning. It ensures that students have a solid foundation in mathematics and are well-prepared for future learning and mathematical success.

Accelerate Maths Boosters

Short maths booster sessions provided by tutors are an excellent opportunity to accelerate and challenge gifted maths learners. These sessions are designed to provide focused and intensive support to students who have demonstrated exceptional mathematical abilities. 

With the guidance of experienced tutors, gifted learners can delve into advanced topics, explore complex problem-solving strategies, and deepen their understanding of mathematical concepts. 

These sessions aim to ignite curiosity, foster critical thinking skills, and enhance the mathematical abilities of gifted learners, allowing them to reach their full potential and excel in their mathematical journey. 

Help with Homework

Hourly online homework support sessions provided by tutors offer valuable assistance to students as they navigate through their homework assignments. 

These sessions provide a support where students can sit with experienced online tutors who are ready to guide them through any challenges they may encounter. Whether it's clarifying concepts, answering questions, or providing step-by-step explanations, tutors are there to ensure that students understand and complete their homework effectively. 

These sessions not only help students with their immediate assignments but also foster independent learning skills and boost confidence in tackling future homework tasks. 

By offering personalised attention and targeted support, tutors aim to empower students to succeed academically and develop a deeper understanding of the subject matter.