Third Space Learning
Third Space Learning
Personalised online lessons from specialist maths tutors to support your target pupils
- Age Range
Third Space Learning’s online 1-to-1 maths interventions supplement quality first teaching, help target pupils become more confident, resilient mathematicians and improve KS2 maths attainment.
Our online classroom allows schools to have up to 15 pupils working one-to-one with their own tutor at the same time.
You select your target pupils and they receive weekly online 1-to-1 lessons from our specialist maths tutors. Lessons are recommended for each pupil based on intelligent online assessment and each week pupils talk, draw and explain their way through our high quality lesson slides.
The targeted 1-to-1 conversation helps pupils develop their reasoning and problems solving skills as they are challenged to explain the steps they are taking. Their enjoyment, confidence and love of maths is transformed through regular, high quality maths talk with their own tutor. Our tutors ensure pupils work in their zone of proximal development, meaning we can build their confidence whilst also providing an appropriate level of challenge, leading to accelerated progress.
- £14.92 per pupil
£14.92 is the price per pupil per one-to-lesson. Pupil places are booked in 12 week blocks, starting at £179 for 1 pupil for 12 weeks of one-to-one lessons.
- Initial diagnostic assessment
- Weekly one-to-one lessons
- Weekly and termly reporting
- Access to hundreds of resources on the Third Space Maths Hub for use across your school
We offer discounts for large bookings, as well as for school clusters and MATs.
- Trial Options
- Other durationFree Demo
Want to see how our online 1-to-1 maths interventions work first-hand? Get in touch for your free demo:
- Review our curriculum (including SATs revision lessons)
- See how our online 1-to-1 tuition works
- Explore the online learning platform
- Get a quote for your school
Holland Junior School introduced Third Space Learning for their Year 6 target pupils in 2017, with a focus on closing the pupil premium attainment gap