Tutoring Jobs
Search near me Online

Top ville

Tutoring Jobs
reviews on

Our selection of maths teachers in Leicester

See more tutors

5.0 /5

Tutors with an average rating of 5.0 stars and more than 47 reviews.

15 £/h

Great prices: 95% of tutors offer their first class for free and the average lesson cost is £15/hr

2 h

Fast as lightning! Our maths tutors usually respond in under 2 hours

Learning has never
been this simple

2. Arrange your maths lessons

Exchange with your teacher, explain your needs, and discuss availabilities. Schedule your lessons online or in-person and pay securely from your inbox.

3. Discover new experiences

The incredible Student Pass gives you unlimited access to all tutors, coaches, and masterclasses. Discover new passions with fabulous people.


💸 How costly is a private maths teacher in Leicester and the surrounding areas?

In Leicester, the average cost of maths courses is £15.


The price of maths lessons will differ depending on:

  • the experience of your maths tutor
  • where your lessons will be (online or an outside location)
  • the frequency of your lessons and the duration of each lesson
  • the objective of your classes

97% of our instructors offer their 1st lesson free. Check out the prices of our maths tutors in your region.

👨🏼‍⚖️ How many tutors are available to teach maths lessons in Leicester?

533 private maths teachers are available to give maths courses in Leicester and the suburban areas.


You can check out their cv and contact the maths teacher that corresponds to your needs.


Choose your course from our range of more than 533 maths tutors.

💻 Can you take maths lessons online?

On Superprof, you can learn maths online with a private tutor. Whether you need help revising for your A levels, are struggling with maths concepts, or would just like to work on your maths skills, our tutors can help you.


Many of our maths tutors also offer private online tuition. Around 80% of the private teachers on Superprof give maths classes via Skype and most of them give their first lessons free!


To find the available online tutors, just enter your subject criteria into the search engine and select the webcam filter to see the available teachers who are currently offering online courses in your desired subject.


Online courses via Skype offer you more advantages. You can plan your classes to fit around your schedule and online lessons are often less expensive as the tutor does not need to travel.


Find an online maths tutor


✒️ What is the average score attributed by students to maths tutors in Leicester?

Students scored their maths tutors on average 5.0 out of 5 from a sample of 47 ratings.


In case of a complication with your lesson, a customer relationship manager from the Superprof team will be on hand to find a solution (by phone or mail from Monday - Friday).


Read our FAQs.

🎓 Why should you take a maths course in Leicester?

Mathematics is one of the most difficult subjects in school. Many children struggle with maths throughout the school year, whether at primary level, secondary or higher. This is why additional maths tuition is so highly sought after.


With the help of a maths teacher many students are able to conquer their fear of maths.


All maths courses with a qualified teacher offer you the chance to learn the different mathematical concepts more quickly.


You simply just have to select your tutor and book your classes from the comfort of your home or at an outside location


A messaging system is in place to allow you to get in contact with your tutor to schedule your maths classes whether you want to learn from the comfort of your home or take online classes.


Make use of our search engine to find your maths teacher from among 533 private teachers in Leicester.


Find your maths teacher

Do you want to learn Maths?

You'll have so many talented Maths tutors to choose from!

See more tutors Let's go!

Connect with tutors offering Primary, KS3, GCSE, A-Level, and Degree level maths support

Why Study Maths?

The subject of maths provides us with a framework to learn various rules of life, such as distance and speed, much like a language gives us the tools to communicate with grammar and vocabulary. Without it, we’d have no sense of time, no currency to purchase with, and no buildings around us.

As well as being a subject that has withstood the test of time and retained significance for as long as we’ve lived, it’s also an academic field that’s alive and constantly growing. Every day there are new developments that give us insights into how the world around us works, and how we can interact with it.

While many people would have you believe that it’s a redundant subject to study at school with no real-world application, this couldn’t be further from the truth. Just take a moment to think, without maths how would we solve logic-based problems such as how to construct a bridge or calculate the measurements to install a swimming pool?

On a more personal level, maths can help us make sense of our financial situation and give us the tools to better manage our money.

Getting to grips with all the sums involved in taxes for example or even something as simple as budgeting is crucial if you want to achieve financial success in life.

Even just knowing how to do quick mental arithmetic can be very useful, like when you’re at the till and you need to give the exact change with a line of people behind you.

The subject is deeply grounded in logic and reasoning, and by learning the skills you need to tackle problems rationally, you set yourself up well to deal with issues you face in your day-to-day life.

The Main Challenges of Maths

For whatever reason, Maths is an often maligned subject - especially at school. It’s one that many students dread, and few seem deeply passionate about. This is probably in large part due to the endless amount of sums you’re faced with in rapid-fire fashion. The whiteboard often displays Matrix-like rows of numbers, letters, and symbols, and you are supposed to absorb this information and regurgitate it ad nauseum.

Or, at least, that’s how it can feel.

There’s no doubt about it: maths can be an enormously challenging subject, and requires a lot of active focus and determination to persevere with. However, what’s on the other side of this monumental effort is well worth the effort. If you can stick with the subject, you will be greatly rewarded for it.

This process can be streamlined with the help of a tutor; someone who can take the seemingly dull content of maths and turn it into something much more interesting.

By working closely with a maths tutor, you can better see what there is to be excited about with the subject, as, chances are, they will have a passion for it.

This passion can be infectious, and before long, you might find that you’re itching to do more sums purely for the fun of it. That’s the key in many cases: to enjoy the process.

The more you are able to tap into your inner motivations, those which focus on the process of learning a subject rather than the outcome, the more you’re likely to get out of it.

As such, you can turn the endless drudgery of doing sums into an exciting series of problems that you have to intellectually overcome.

Benefits of Studying Maths

While the joy of tackling difficult problems will come more naturally to some than others, one thing you’ll surely gain from studying maths is improved cognitive function.

While we can’t promise you that you’ll become smarter just by studying maths, many experts say that as a result of the concrete and abstract thinking the subject demands, the brain is put through the wringer.

This can help you to develop your logical thinking and reasoning skills, which can better equip you for other logic-based problems life throws your way.

It also makes you more employable.

If you can prove that you’re capable of dealing with difficult problems, breaking them down into their individual parts before churning out a solution, then you can do well in many careers.

But maths also prepares you for a number of different careers, in case you’re interested in crunching numbers for a living.

A keen understanding of maths isn’t just useful for being an accountant though, but also for the varied fields of finance, economics, and even astronomy.

It’s a subject that gives you a highly valuable skillset, which can be applied to a large number of different jobs.

One of the most compelling reasons to work with a private tutor is that they can help you pinpoint your strengths, and guide you towards a career if that’s what you’re looking for.

With a breadth of knowledge, a tutor is able to teach you the fundamentals of the subject, while also following your curiosities to see what you really take to.

The result of this process can be a eureka moment in which you realise what it is you want to use maths for in the future.

Even if it doesn’t lead directly to a career though, there’s a good chance that you’ll pick up transferable skills to take with you whatever you end up doing.

Find a Maths Tutor in Leicester on Superprof

If you’re in Leicester or the surrounding areas, you could find a local tutor through the Superprof website.

By using the search function on the website, you can search for the right maths tutor for your needs taking into account their level of teaching experience, hourly rate, and previous student ratings.

You can also choose to either take classes either in-person or online via webcam, if you prefer to study from the convenience of your own home.

You can even just give the class a go first, since many of the tutors offer free sample classes to first-time students.

What do you want to learn?