Types of calculator If you look on the internet or even on your local High Street, you’ll find that there’s a huge range of calculators available, costing from just a couple of pounds up to hundreds of pounds. So, which one is right for you or your child? What are the different types of calculator? […]

## Buying calculators – 10 tips

Answer the 10 questions below and you should be able to make sure you pick a suitable calculator, at the right price. 1 What do you want the calculator for? 2 Does your school have a recommended model? 3 Does your school sell calculators at cost? 4 What features do you need now? 5 What […]

## Easter Revision and Individual Maths Tui...

With exams coming up in May and June, now is a good time to start revising and preparing for GCSEs and A levels. If you live in the Witney area, how about giving your revision a kick start with some individual Maths tuition? I currently have a few vacancies for GCSE and A Level revision […]

## Disappointing Mock Results? – What to do

Most people taking GCSE or AS/A2 Modules in May and June will have taken their mock exams by now and know the results. If you didn’t do as well as you were expecting, hoping or need to, don’t panic! There is still time to sort out the problems before the exams, but you need to […]

## Ten tips for making the most of half ter...

For those of you taking exams in March, half term is an ideal time to do some extra revision and make sure you are well prepared. Even if you’re not taking exams until May and June, now is a good time to start thinking about revision. Follow these ten tips for making the most of […]

## The Vorderman Report on Mathematics Educ...

In August 2011 Carol Vorderman’s report – A world-class mathematics education for all our young people – was published. For those who struggled with Maths in secondary school, who are struggling now or who have children who are finding Maths difficult, the report makes particularly interesting reading. I recommend that all parents with school age […]