Radlett ‘Mathnasium’ helps pupils with new-look GCSE

PUBLISHED: 09:00 20 January 2018

The Mathnasium learning centre in Radlett.

The Mathnasium learning centre in Radlett.


A Radlett learning centre has started offering a new maths tutoring programme to help pupils meet the demands of the new maths GCSE.

The Mathnasium learning centre in Radlett.The Mathnasium learning centre in Radlett.

Maths-only learning centre ‘Mathnasium’ has announced they will extend the programme at their Radlett centre to accommodate students at GCSE level from this month.

Radlett will be the first town in the country to benefit from the new maths programme at the centre in Watling Street. The addition of the programme follows teachers’ assessments that the first of the new maths exams have knocked the confidence of even able students.

UK Director of Mathnasium Learning Centres, Steve Felmingham said: “Mathnasium’s specially trained tutors implement the learning plan in a relatable way and work with each student to ensure they master the material.”

The centre offers tutoring to children age six to 16.

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