Do you know how your child is doing in maths?

Last Updated on : 20th October 2023

For many parents, this question can be a source of uncertainty or concern. In today’s fast-paced educational landscape, it’s not always easy to keep track of your child’s progress and as we approach this term’s parent-teacher consultations, understanding both how your child feels about maths and where any gaps in their understanding are, can be hugely beneficial. And a parent can, of course, do their own detective work:  is your child having difficulty with specific maths concepts or getting frustrated with their homework?  Are they anxious or under confident or are they bored and under challenged?  Are they enjoying their Maths lessons or are they unmotivated or disinterested?

Mathnasium, the world’s leading maths-only learning centre, is dedicated to helping children between the ages of 4 and 16 to build strong maths foundations, gain confidence and excel in maths. When parents actively engage in their child’s education, the results can be transformative, and what’s more, we offer a free assessment that provides valuable insights into your child’s mathematical abilities, pinpointing both their strengths and any gaps in their understanding.

An Individualised Assessment is Key

Our free assessment is the first step towards unlocking your child’s full potential in maths; it’s a comprehensive evaluation that provides you with a clear understanding of your child’s strengths and areas that need improvement. It’s the perfect tool to ensure that you, as a parent, are well-informed about your child’s progress.

Understanding Your Child’s Needs

At Mathnasium, we firmly believe that understanding the unique needs of every child is paramount. No two students are the same so our assessment not only identifies areas where your child excels but also highlights the specific topics or concepts that may be causing them difficulty. Armed with this knowledge, our instructors create a personalised learning plan tailored to your child’s needs, ensuring that they receive the support required to succeed.

Teaching for Understanding

At Mathnasium, we don’t just teach maths; we teach for understanding. We foster a love for mathematics by making the learning experience engaging, interactive and fun. Our instructors are skilled in breaking down complex mathematical concepts into bite-sized, digestible pieces. By focusing on comprehension rather than rote memorisation, we equip students with the skills to excel in maths throughout their educational journey.

Maths Should Be Fun!

We understand that many children find maths daunting and challenging, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Mathnasium’s approach to learning is designed to make maths enjoyable. We utilise a variety of resources, including games, puzzles and real-world applications to demonstrate the practicality and fun side of mathematics. Our instructors are skilled in fostering a positive attitude towards maths, which can be a game-changer in your child’s academic journey.

As parent-teacher consultations approach, take advantage of this opportunity to better understand your child’s maths journey and equip them for success. We can help your child to catch up, keep up and get ahead, offering them just the right amount of challenge along the way! Book a Free Assessment and join us in helping your child unlock their maths potential and build a bright future.

Centres are located across London (look out for us in Clapham, Wimbledon, Dulwich and Fulham amongst others!) and we even offer Mathnasium@home.

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