Maths

Our Math’s Tutors are fully Qualified Teachers with British Qualifications trained to tutor online. We offer Math’s tuition at all levels from year 1 to year 11. We cover the National Curriculum.

  • Qualified Teachers
  • National Curriculum
  • Live, Face-to-Face Tutor
  • Live Marking
  • Years 1 to 11 Math’s
  • Regular Feedback to Parents
  • Great Customer Service
  • Proven Results

Our Maths programme helps children aged from 5 to 16 years of age. The key areas of maths at Evening School are broken down into 8 areas (below).

All these areas match the national curriculum and build on preparations for tests and exams.

Experience 100%
National Curriculum 100%
Results 99%

Four Operations

What are the four operations? The four operations refer to addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. The basic fundamentals of maths for all children start here.


Arithmetic

Topics in Arithmetic include whole numbers, place values, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, factoring, basic fractions, decimals, exponents, scientific notations, percentages, integers, proportions and word problems.


Fractions

Fractions are one way of showing numbers that are parts of a whole. Other ways are decimals and percentages. You can also convert between fractions, decimals and percentages. Like whole numbers and decimals, fractions can be either positive or negative.  Fractions include adding, subtracting, multiply, divide, fractions of amounts, mixed fractions, improper fractions.


Algebra

Algebra is predominant in primary and secondary school maths. And we will guide you through among other things expressions, systems of equations, functions, real numbers, inequalities, exponents, and polynomials, radical and rational expressions.

Probability

Probability is the maths of chance. A probability is a number that tells you how likely (probable) something is to happen. Probabilities can be written as fractions, decimals or percentages.


Geometry

In its simplest form, geometry is the mathematical study of shapes and space. Geometry can deal with flat, two-dimensional shapes, such as squares and circles, or three-dimensional shapes with depth, such as cubes and spheres.


Statistics

Statistics is a branch of applied mathematics concerned with collecting, organising, and interpreting data. Statistics is also the mathematical study of the likelihood and probability of events occurring based on known quantitative data or a collection of data. Here we teach our students how to interpret graphs and tables and produce meaningful results.


Exams Practise

At Evening School, all students are prepared rigorously for mock tests and final exams. We use a combination of mock test papers, past exam papers and predicted papers as well as our in house books and worksheets.

English

Our English Tutors are fully Qualified Teachers with British Qualifications trained to tutor online. We offer English tuition at all levels from year 1 to year 11. We cover the National Curriculum.

  • Qualified Teachers
  • National Curriculum
  • Live, Face-to-Face Tutor
  • Live Marking
  • Years 1 to 11 English
  • Regular Feedback to Parents
  • Great Customer Service
  • Proven Results

Our English programme helps children aged from 5 to 16 years of age. The key areas of English at Evening School are broken down into 9 areas (below).

All these areas match the national curriculum and build on preparations for tests and exams at every level of the English language.

Student Engagement 100%
Development 100%
Results 99%

Reading

Engage students with the concept of reading through repeating and reciting. Learners point to and repeat simple familiar words that are both written and shown as vibrant illustrations. This helps them to associate spoken words with their written form. Through practice, they move from repeating after the Instructor to reciting to the Instructor, as they start to memorise and recognise familiar words.


Writing

Students learn from repeating and reciting to fluently reading words and short sentences aloud. They begin to trace words and learn letter sounds and how to blend them, all the time increasing their vocabulary. They also start to work on spelling patterns. By the end of their levels, they will be able to read short passages as well as write words independently and neatly. Throughout these levels, students are working to develop a sound study approach.


Spellings

Our spelling process covers look, learn and practise and the same process is repeated again. We have tailor-made books that help the student’s confidence. During English lessons, students have to grasp with various words. These words are then applied in various contexts that students understand.


Vocabulary

Students independently learn the words they need to know for deeper reading, clearer writing, and sharper thinking. Tutors provide you with the helpful insights you need to target your instruction toward the concepts that need more teaching, and the students who need more support.


Sentence Building

Students learn to put together simple sentences and understand more about their structure, expressions and punctuation. They build reading speed whilst being able to visualise the contents of the passage they are reading and grasp its meaning. They work on sentence complexity learning how to use the correct word order, verb forms and punctuation and use these skills to answer questions fully.

Paragraph Building

Students work on grasping the flow of a story, identifying topics and main ideas, using many texts from the Recommended Reading List. In their reading, they learn how to deduce the point of each paragraph and to express their understanding in written form through restatement and description. By the end of their level, they will be able to unravel text and break it down to understand its topic and conclusion.


Summarisation and Critique

Tutors work on the students’ ability to express their own impressions of texts and to understand the sentiments of characters, including variations of mood and action, and how that is expressed. They learn how to summarise text, identifying keywords and their relationship to each other, as well as answering comprehension questions concisely, drawing reasoned conclusions from the information they have read.


Long Writing & Essays

Key stage 3 and GCSEs students are prepared to write longer pieces of writing. This includes planning, structure, content, punctuation and spelling, punctuation and grammar.


Exam Practise

 At AK Tutoring, all students are prepared rigorously for mock tests and final exams. We use a combination of mock test papers, past exam papers and predicted papers as well as our in house books and worksheets.

Science

Our Science Tutors are fully Qualified Teachers with British Qualifications trained to tutor online. We offer Science tuition at all levels from year 1 to year 11. We cover the National Curriculum.

  • Qualified Teachers
  • National Curriculum
  • Live, Face-to-Face Tutor
  • Live Marking
  • Years 1 to 11 Science
  • Regular Feedback to Parents
  • Great Customer Service
  • Proven Results
Results 100%
Development 100%
Fun for Kids 100%

11 Plus

Our 11 plus Tutors are fully Qualified Teachers with British Qualifications trained to tutor online. We offer 11 plus tuition from year 3 to year 5. We cover all formats of 11 plus syllabuses throughout the UK, whether it’s an entrance to a Grammar School or to a very prestigious Private School.

  • Verbal Reasoning
  • Non – Verbal Reasoning
  • Math’s
  • English
  • Qualified Teachers
  • National Curriculum
  • Live, Face-to-Face Tutor
  • Live Marking
  • Years 3 to 5, 11 – plus
  • Regular Feedback to Parents
  • Great Customer Service
Fun for kids 100%
Experience 100%
Results 90%

Verbal Reasoning

There are 21 types of Verbal Reasoning questions set by GL Assessment for the 11 Plus.  We will cover all techniques in detail in theory and practise.

01 – INSERT A LETTER

02 – RELATED WORDS

03 – WORD-LETTER CODES

04 – CLOSEST MEANING

05 – HIDDEN WORD E

06 – MISSING WORD F

07 – LETTERS FOR NUMBERS

08 – MOVE A LETTER

09 – LETTER SERIES L

10 – WORD CONNECTIONS

11 – NUMBER SERIES

12 – COMPOUND WORDS

13 – MAKE A WORD  R

14 – LETTER CONNECTIONS

15 – READING INFORMATION

16 – OPPOSITE MEANING

17 – COMPLETE THE SUM

18 – RELATED NUMBERS

19 – WORD-NUMBER CODES

20 – COMPLETE THE WORD

21 – SAME MEANING

Non – Verbal Reasoning

11 plus Non-verbal reasoning questions (NVR) are designed to test a child’s ability to work out problems regardless of their knowledge of English. The questions use abstract figures, which require the child to work out similarities in sequences of shapes or codes.

To be successful in a non-verbal reasoning test a child will need to:

  • Be able to see how objects relate to each other
  • Apply logical deduction skills
  • Understand maths concepts such as symmetry and rotation

Each question will usually have a sequence of 3 – 5 shapes and the child is required to find the shape that best completes the sequence.

There are numerous elements in each non-verbal reasoning question types such as the outline shape, the fill, the direction of the shape. The shape may rotate, be inverted, have different layers, increase or decrease in size. Some also require basic counting skills.


11 Plus Vocabulary

Vocabulary and spelling are essential elements of the 11 Plus tests. Vocabulary is useful for the Verbal Reasoning and English elements of the paper.  At Adnan Khan Tutoring we make sure students cover a breadth of vocabulary through vocabulary lists, flashcards, test papers and vocabulary books. Students are always encouraged to learn new words and meanings through various exercises.

Scroll Up

Contact Us