Trusted Cambourne maths tutors since 2006
Excelr8 Learning has provided expert maths tutoring for Cambourne pupils since 2006 at our Hardwick tuition centre. The face-to-face support of our experienced maths tutors takes the pressure away. Your child is in capable, caring hands.
Excelr8 Learning tuition centre is just a few minutes’ drive away at Hardwick village on St Neots Road. There is free car parking in front of our building. Also, Cambourne Number 4 bus stops right outside. (see a map)
Helping Cambourne pupils master maths
Maths is a core subject essential for many careers today. Mastery of maths will help your child open many doors in adult life.
Consequently, possessing excellent maths skills is an essential part of school success.
Thankfully, Excelr8 Learning’s Cambourne Maths Tutors are on hand to provide expert maths tutoring for pupils aged 5-18.
Our tutors draw on resources from the appropriate stage of the National Curriculum, thus ensuring your child’s lessons are always relevant and appropriate.
An initial National Curriculum free assessment is provided which will accurately identify your child’s strengths and learning gaps. Additionally, we give you a detailed report to take home. See a sample report. The reports contain more detailed information than is usually found in the typical school report.
Excelr8 Learning takes the worry out of maths tuition
Excelr8 Learning has supported Cambourne pupils at Hardwick since 2006 and have helped many children to become excellent mathematicians. We are a reservoir of maths skills working within the Cambourne community to better the lives of local children.
Working closely with parents
Our teachers work closely with you to ensure the lessons are focused on your requirements for the private tuition. After all, nobody knows your child better than you do. Furthermore, you can have as much or as little input as you prefer into the subject matter your child is taught.
Parent, Mr Gundry says… “My son and daughter have been attending Excelr8 in Hardwick for a couple of years now. Over that time, we have seen a significant improvement in both their grasp of maths and English, and their appetite for learning. This has built their confidence, and from being middle achievers, they are now both performing well above expected standards, as assessed by their respective schools…”