National 5 and Higher Maths Tuition

National 5 Maths Tuition

Helping Students Achieve Success

 

If your son or daughter is planning to move on to Higher Education after they have finished school, it is essential that they have passed their National 5 maths and English. When it comes to approaching National 5 maths, we find that students often fall into one of these groups:

  • students who always found maths to be ok but they want to get a grade A at National 5 and then go on to Higher maths afterwards.
  • people who have never been too keen on maths and they just need to get National 5 maths so that they can concentrate on their other subjects in 5th and 6th years.

Either way, weekly tuition will help your teenager to achieve their goal and gain the qualification that they need.  

The key areas in which we help our National 5 students are:

  • Algebraic operations/changing the subject
  • Geometry and bearings
  • Trigonometry
  • Standard deviation
  • Surds and indices
  • Vectors
  • Compound interest
  • Algebraic Fractions
  • Pythagoras
  • Quadratic function
  • Simultaneous equations

 

  The Big Leap

For many students there is a huge difference between National 5 maths and Higher maths. It can be quite a surprise for some to find that they are struggling in a subject which is usually their strength.  It can also be difficult to ask for that extra bit of help in school, especially when expectations are high. 

 

Higher maths is a year of intense study and we appreciate the leap in understanding that this requires.  We can help your teenager regain their confidence and take on these challenges. 

 

Their tutor will focus on the specific topics your teenager needs 

                                                                                              support in and ensure that your son or daughter is confident in all

                                                                                              areas of the curriculum.

 

Practise Makes Perfect

 

By the time of their exam (or ongoing assessments), your son or daughter will have practiced all of the past papers applicable, revised thoroughly and be fully prepared and confident ready to achieve success on the day.

‘Kieran S4

'Heidi and Richard have encouraged our son to have confidence with his maths. He now enjoys the subject once more, especially as he got a grade A in National 5 maths. The online teaching proved a fabulous bonus for us as we are both key workers. Thank you both so much.'

Mrs A, Kieran's Mum, Inverkip