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doglover Sun 01-Feb-15 19:36:13

I have asked an ex-colleague to tutor my dd prior to taking her maths GCSE. I've looked at various tutoring websites but they're all decidedly cagey about costs so wondered if anyone could help with how much to pay.

Many thanks. TIA

PenelopePitstops Sun 01-Feb-15 19:51:07

Depends where you live. Assuming ex maths teacher so v qualified. But ex colleague so kind of mates rates.

I'd say between 25-30 pounds per hour depending on location

DarkBlueEyes Sun 01-Feb-15 19:52:36

In London it's £50 an hour standard.

doglover Sun 01-Feb-15 19:54:13

We're in southern Hampshire. Ex-colleague is a primary teacher who has a maths degree ..............

Thanks for replying smile

Caronaim Sun 01-Feb-15 21:06:59

I charge £25 per hour. This is on the lower end of the scale.

MEgirl Sun 01-Feb-15 21:49:38

We are in North West London and pay £40 for and English tutor once a week.

myron Mon 02-Feb-15 09:24:50

Friends in Manchester are paying £25/£30 per hour. One family friend whose DD sat the 11+ last autumn did it fortnightly for over a year because they simply could not afford it on a weekly basis.

I live elsewhere and decided to save my money and opted for the more tortuous DIY route. Not sure whether I can cope with doing it again with DC2 who is a less amenable personality than DC1!

wheresthebeach Mon 02-Feb-15 10:32:08

We paid £25 per hour - but she wasn't a 'full on 11+ tutor'. Much more gentle.

We then paid £40 per hour for Mock Exams, and feed back sessions from a 'full on 11+ tutor'.

In London.

dingit Mon 02-Feb-15 10:33:49

My dd is having additional maths tutoring £30 ph ( Surrey)

opalfire Mon 02-Feb-15 10:48:29

Hi. In Altrincham 11+ tutors charge between £25 and £30 an hour.

mandy214 Thu 12-Feb-15 15:38:20

Opal currently paying £37.50 per hour in Alty!

BigBugs Thu 12-Feb-15 15:42:20

I am paying £30 per hour for a GCSE maths tutor for DS in west London.

LittleFluffyMoo Fri 13-Feb-15 22:41:55

We paid £20/hr in SW London a couple of years ago but have heard of some tutors going up to £60/hr!

LittleFluffyMoo Fri 13-Feb-15 22:43:21

We ended up teaching our DS ourselves though, and he's done fabulously smile

Meltingbutter Sat 14-Feb-15 09:30:50

£25 ph for GSCE
£40 AS
Both current maths teachers, in the SW. Money well spent.

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