The leaving cert, although not the be-all and end-all, is an important time in a student’s life.
Although it can seem a bit scary at times, it is also very exciting as students look at the world and start making decisions about where they want to be, and what they want to do.
Maths is one of those core subjects in school, and it is important to get the highest grade possible, which will enable the student to have freedom of choice going forward.
Maths is one of those subjects that you have an aptitude for, or don’t. Generally speaking, those that study higher-level maths already have a decent basic understanding, and just need a little bit of guidance.
In either case, Ongar Grinds will help all students realise their aspirations and plan to get them to where they want to be.
A small classroom size of about ten means that our professional teachers can get a lot of one-on-one time with the students and offer a bespoke lesson that will help those difficult higher-level maths problems, ‘click’ into place in the mind of the students, ensuring they get the highest grade possible.
In the leaving cert, students can struggle with prioritizing which subject to study, and for how long.
The inclination can oftentimes be to focus more on subjects that the student is good at, and what they enjoy.
Our maths grinds teachers are here to break maths equations and theories down into easily digestible pieces, so that the student can come to the realisation that they can do it and have the ability to achieve the results they desire.
How big are class sizes
Each of our leaving cert maths grinds classes have ten students maximum. This allows the teacher to identify and help with any difficulties students may be incurring.
Who are the leaving cert maths grinds teachers?
Stephen Kelly who has extensive Math and accounting experience is one of our teachers at Ongar Grinds, and Stephen Dunning is the other Maths Grinds teacher who also has years of experience and know-how.