Our specially trained maths instructors will teach your child how to understand maths in an individual setting; our unique approach enables us to explain concepts really well and lend a helping hand to every student. Our tutors foster a caring, encouraging environment that helps children thrive and learn! Read below to learn more about our talented team:
Arthur, Centre Manager
Prior to opening a Mathnasium centre, Arthur has been working predominately for chained brands in retail and catering sections. Being good at Maths is one of his key attributes of thinking commercially when dealing with numbers on daily basis.
After he has been approached and inspired by the Mathnasium method, he realised that Maths is so much easier to learn when it makes sense rather than getting the skill through tedious “drill and practice” and memorising the Maths rules without really understanding them. That’s the reason he starts this new adventure.
Arthur has extensive experiences in dealing with and managing the differing personalities of both customers and his own staff. He is a caring and encouraging person that believes Maths will help children to build up their confidence and change their lives.
Skye is an instructor at Mathnasium of Dulwich. She is currently reading Economics at SOAS University of London, and has studied Maths and Further Maths extensively during her time at sixth form. From her previous role as a maths tutor, she can understand the way in which an individual student learns best. Also, having been a member of a pure mathematics society has provided her with explanation and reasoning skills. Outside of teaching, Skye enjoys painting and visiting art galleries.
Mia is an instructor at Mathnasium of Dulwich. Mia is currently in her first year studying BSc in Environmental Science at the University of Nottingham. Mia has always enjoyed maths throughout her time at school and university due to the logical thinking it requires and how it fits into everyday life. Mia became a maths tutor to engage in teaching maths and to make learning maths fun and exciting. Whilst at school she got involved in teaching at local junior school maths schemes as well as various after school club voluntary schemes for both young and old. When Mia isn’t teaching maths or doing university work, she enjoys playing Korfball and most other sports and seeing friends and family.