Who Do I Help?

  • Children struggling to understanding and apply number concepts, facts, mathematical vocabulary and word problems
  • Children with poor counting skills and knowledge of counting strategies
  • Children with specific learning difficulties, including dyscalculia, dyslexia, dysgraphia, specific language impairment and auditory or visual processing difficulties
  • Children with a slow processing speed, weak working memory or short-term memory
  • Children with developmental delays, including ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, a global developmental delay or foetal alcohol spectrum disorders
  • Children with mental health issues, including anxiety

To become confident mathematicians, children need effective teaching, high expectations and a challenging curriculum.

How Do I Help?

  • Individualised, positive, engaging and success oriented tutoring
  • Explicit and sequential tutoring, progressing from teacher modelling ‘I do’ to guided practice ‘We do’ and finally, independent practice ‘You do’
  • Multisensory tutoring incorporating visual, auditory and kinaesthetic activities
  • Progression from ‘hands-on’ activities (e.g. cubes) to visual representations (e.g. pictures and diagrams) and finally formal notation and abstract concepts
  • Variety of maths games and educational software
  • Continual review of learnt skills
  • Regular, ongoing monitoring of progress