Key Stage 2

Science Class
Math Exercises
Teacher Helping a Student

How can we help you?


Our specialised home and online tutors can support your child with KS2. The key stage 2 years comprises between years 3 to 6 of primary school. These are otherwise called the junior years of primary schooling. Children are aged between 7 - 11 years. 

Our Client Care Manager Rasheeda is there to guide and support you in finding a tutor which matches your needs.

  1. Before the commencement of lessons, Rasheeda, our Client Care Manager carefully selects a tutor for you after discussion on your needs and subjects.

  2. One of our experienced tutors would then carry out a taster lesson with you, just to ensure you feel 100%  comfortable with his/ her teaching styles and methods, before you begin to pay for regular lessons!

  3. Once you feel we have found the tutor that matches your exact needs, weekly lessons would be carried out with your tutor. Your tutor would provide feedback and homework after every session.

Here are some tutors that can support your child!


At the end of year 2 in year 6, children complete a formal SATs test which tests their learning in KS2 Maths and English.


Hi, my name is Nada and I  am a hardworking and passionate individual who is willing to help in any way possible. I have great communication skills as I have been head girl and a netball player this had led me to gain leadership and teamwork skills. I am very comfortable in working with children of all different abilities.
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Hi, my name is Diven and ​started my teaching career 12 years ago, and currently I teach Functional Skills. I am a qualified teacher and coach and rather flexible with lesson content and delivery, bringing fresh ideas to engage students at a good pace.
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Hi, my name is Mithara and I tailor the lessons according to the student needs. I focus on the student's weak areas and I work to help them improve on their weak areas . I allow the student to pick which topics they would like to work on to allow them some flexibility.
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For English, children:


  • Build on their vocabulary

  • Write longer, varied and more detailed sentences with enhanced grammar which includes adjectives, verbs and adverbs, us of tenses etc. and also correcting punctuation.

  • Improve Spelling, Punctuation & Grammar (SPaG).

  • Explore figurative language

  • Develop an in-depth knowledge of text from different genres

  • Use their own ideas to expand their learning, being creative and editing their work..

For Maths, children:


  • Enhance their skills further based on their prior knowledge and learn/ develop a range of Maths concepts including fractions, decimals & percentages, conversions, time, 2D & 3D shapes, money, algebra etc.

For Science, children:

  • Learn basic biology, chemistry and physics in preparation for secondary school.

  • Perform experiments and ensure that their tests are reliable

  • Learn key scientific terms & enhance knowledge

Extra-Curricular activities:

This includes Geography, History, RE, PE, PSHE, music, a language (French, Arabic etc.)  - studying a variety of subjects to help them to become well-rounded, knowledgable individuals.


At the end of KS2 (end of Year 6), children sit a SATs examination which tests their knowledge within the core subjects: Maths, English & Science

Extracurricular subjects (Geography, History, R.S) dont have any examinations because those subjects are taught so that your child has a understanding of the basics.

Sats take place so that the teacher is able to gain a understanding of your child's ability.