English and maths tutoring for children aged 5-16
Educational achievement has never been more important for any child’s future.
Geared directly to the UK National Curriculum, Milestone’s training materials and professional tutors will build-up your child’s ability in Maths & English, enabling them to approach these vital core subjects with the confidence that leads to exam success.
We also provide tuition in Science up to GCSE level – and support for the Eleven-plus exams for those interested in admission to Grammar schools in Berkshire and Buckinghamshire.
Milestone Tutoring is located in the centre of High Wycombe, Bucks, and provides Maths, English and Science tuition to children aged 5-16 to build their confidence and help them progress rapidly at school. We are also expert 11+ tutors and have the resources and skills to help children handle the new, CEM 11+ system recently introduced in Buckinghamshire.
We believe that children learn best not from computer screens but from real people, hence our ‘pen-to-paper’ emphasis. Our tutors combine expertise with a supportive, friendly and encouraging style which kids of all ages really respond to.
This approach has helped numerous children reach their fullest potential, as demonstrated by crop of excellent GCSE, 11+ and 12+ passes over the previous year, including one 12+ candidate who achieved an outright top score of 141 points.
Why choose Milestone Tutoring?
- A strong ‘pen-to-paper’ / one-to-one emphasis; we use computers only sparingly.
- A friendly and supportive style with kids – because motivation matters every bit as much as studying.
- We are Ofsted registered and offer a bright, clean, safe learning environment.
- We are also affiliated with Chukra, the leading 11+ resources company, and run the Chukra 11+ mock exams in South Bucks.
- Professional, qualified tutors.
- Affordably priced + sibling discounts.
- Bright, clean, safe learning environment.
- Ofsted registered – up to 70% rebate.
- Up-to-date materials linked to the National Curriculum.
- ‘Pen & paper’ emphasis, not computer screens.