6 to 17 years old students.

The Kip McGrath math’s program covers all curriculum topics that students are expected to learn in school. The program is designed to teach children basic mathematical concepts which will help them understand and learn new concepts so they can catch up at school.
The program also contains extension modules for when students are ready for more challenging work, and more complex and advanced activities for senior students who want to improve their skills.
  • Face to face teaching
  • Stimulating computer-based learning
  • Personalized learning program
  • Revision homework activities

Grade 1 to 3
This accelerated Math’s Tutoring program targets all grades and streams and responds to each child’s math’s difficulties.  Students applying to this program should have a thorough understanding of basic math’s, an assessment is conducted to identify areas of difficulty and to facilitate the development of a tailored program suited to their needs.
Students are provided help with math’s basics, homework, advanced math’s problems, new concepts introduced in Years 8, 9 and 10; senior students are tutored on Advanced or Extension Math.
This computer-based program, while tutor-aided, allows students to progress at their own pace and move on to more complex and advanced problems to improve their skills and be continually challenged.  They can customize and monitor their own achievements.

Learning features include:
  • Hints, tips and topic introductions at all math levels
  • Fully worked solutions for senior math’s problems
  • Resources such as a high-function graphics calculator, computer-based tools

Grade 4 to 12
Kip McGrath provides tuition for students in Math between the ages of 6 and 17, from Kindergarten to Year 12, engaging them in the understanding of new concepts via computer programs, text books, one-on-one teaching and homework.
The curriculum covers all the concepts that students are expected to learn in school. The program is carefully-designed for each student’s independent learning plan based on the initial assessment. A student can start anywhere within the Kip McGrath program at the level suited to his/her current ability and knowledge.

Who should Attend?
  • 6 to 17 years
  • Grades 1 to 12

  • Build young learners the foundation of mathematics.
  • Assist who have progressed through the school system but still lack necessary reading capabilities
  • Provide challenging programs for students who are preforming above average.

What will you gain?
Students will improve in all aspects of the Mathematics Curriculum as the program will develop their mathematics skills in, Math’s Core, Math’s Problems, Fractions, Decimals, Percentages, Times Tables, and Algebra

  • Addition & subtraction
  • Multiplication & division
  • Areas, volume & space
  • Geometry & Trigonometry
  • Algebra & Basic Calculus
  • Worded problems
  • Statistics
  • Complex problems

  • English

Before the program
  • An assessment to identify areas of concentration is conducted prior to the program

  • Based on the assessment result.