P6-P7 – Group Maths & English February Classes

This seven week course is for Upper Primary students (P6-P7) who want to develop confidence and be challenged  in English and Maths. 

Why Study This Course?

This course will help you build a positive attitude towards learning and help you catch up, keep up and get ahead before progressing to secondary school. 

Key Outcomes

  • Be able to read, understand and critically analyse classic stories/literature and write your own
  • Develop familiarity with key mathematical facts
  • Enter a writing competition

Seven Lesson Summary

Week 1 Test. How much do you know?

An introduction to self-assessment and our learning system

Week 2  Classic story reading and creative writing

Week 3  Mathematical mastery and problem solving

Week 4  Creative writing and competition

Week 5  Peer reviewing creative writing

Week 6 Mathematical mastery test. How much do you know now?

Week 7 Review, How well did you do? What are your next steps? 


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Key Course Information

Course Start Date

9th February 2021


Lesson Time

Tuesdays at 4.30pm

Course Duration

7 x 55 Minute Lessons Weekly

Course Price

£87.50 for Full Block (Includes all 7 Lessons).


Creative writing techniques (including information on competitions)

Maths/numeracy (including formative assessment)

Maths problem solving


Why Take P6-7 Group Maths Classes

Give your child the upper hand

Creative Writing Skills

Build creative writing skills;

Read, understand and critically analyse classic stories;

Boost word power and enter competitions

Mathematical Mastery

Achieve mathematical mastery, gain knowledge and develop problem solving skills.

Love Learning

Develop enthusiasm for learning. Feel a sense of achievement in Learning Better.

P6-P7 – Group Maths & English February Classes Tutor


Maths | English | Study Skills

Chris established Learning Better in 2017 to offer a new dimension to the education sector. Within the Learning Better team, Chris leads on tutoring maths, English and study skills. His expertise lies in implementing goal oriented personal development.

Chris studied at the University of Edinburgh before qualifying as a teacher of maths with a Post Graduate Diploma in Education from the University of Birmingham and becoming a member of the Association of Teachers of Mathematics. Chris taught English around the world, most recently for the British Council in Hong Kong where he pioneered work on independent learning.

Chris is also a certified yoga teacher. His approach to education combines rigour with mindful practice to help students learn better and feel better.

When he’s not teaching Chris enjoys mentoring with MCR Pathways and developing his yoga practice.

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    Up Next

    Up Next: P6-7 2021 term

    Our next block, starting 2021, will have more maths, more English and more joyful learning.