Do you “not get maths”? Do you often find the right answer to maths problems but without really understanding how or why? Or are you an already competent mathematician but looking to push your skills further? If so then Barney can help.

A Countdown champion, Barney Maunder-Taylor scored his win on the T.V. show in 2010, and his Countdown winner’s teapot stands amongst his proudest possessions. But his love of the lighter side of mathematics is backed up by serious qualifications: he has a first in maths from Oxford University.

Based in Bournemouth but also tutoring online worldwide, maths tutor Barney has years of experience at showing how maths can be simple, straightforward and even fun. Whether you’re studying for A-level, Higher level GCSE, or even at University, you’ll see how Barney combines enthusiasm, energy and expertise.

Private one-to-one maths tutor Barney is based in Charminster, Bournemouth where he lives with his young family. In his spare time he plays backgammon, creates 3D shapes, and runs the Bournemouth and East Dorset Maths Jam. Read on below, and then get in touch. There’s no obligation and he’ll be happy to discuss how he can help you achieve your goals in maths.

ONLINE OR FACE-TO-FACE TUTORIALS?

**COVID UPDATE (CORRECT OCTOBER 2021): Face-2-Face tutoring has now resumed, but online tutoring continues to be the most popular choice, using Zoom (or other video software) and online collaborative whiteboard. **

Both options have their advantages, so you can choose whether to meet in person or online.

Choose online one-to-one maths tutorials if you prefer the comfort and convenience of your own home, if you’re keen to save time travelling to and from tutorials, or if you live outside of Bournemouth UK.

Choose face-to-face maths tutorials if you prefer to collaborate with pen and paper, or for hands-on maths with concrete objects (e.g. properties of 3D shapes; metric measurements etc). Working with concrete objects can help to make maths less abstract.

Read more about online maths tutoring here, or get in touch to discuss which system of maths tutoring will work best for you.

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