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Math Tutors for Primary School and Math Tutors for High School

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Discover in-home maths tutors across New Zealand

Juggle Street has Maths tutors ready to help your child.

Juggle Street has private mathematics tutors for every level. Our maths tutors include mathematics extension 2/4U maths, 4 unit maths, mathematics extension 1/3U maths, 3 unit maths, advanced maths and general maths.


Getting started is as easy as 1, 2, 3!

1. create an account
1. create an account

Search and cconect with Math Tutors via the Juggle Street dashboard.

2. Post a job
2. Post a job

Let tutors know what you’re looking for and how much you’re willing to pay.

3. Select the tutor
3. Select the tutor

Interview Tutors that apply and select the right person for your family.

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Catie

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  • Experienced tutor and mentor for young students.
  • Received HSC band six in mathematics and Atar of 95.75.
  • Final year medical student currently at St Vincent’s
  • Experience helping high school students aiming to study medicine with applications & interview preparation.
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Briony

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  • Received a 95+ ATAR score in HSC
  • Experienced maths tutor for primary and high school students
  • Has worked with children for several year, receiving glowing reviews from parents
  • Specialty subjects maths and Italian.
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Debra

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  • Completing a Master of Teaching (Secondary).
  • Passionate about STEM subjects
  • Experience with teaching Special Needs children
  • Completed two previous placements where I gained practical teaching experience.
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Catie

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  • Experienced tutor and mentor for young students.
  • Received HSC band six in mathematics and Atar of 95.75.
  • Final year medical student currently at St Vincent’s
  • Experience helping high school students aiming to study medicine with applications & interview preparation.

What you need to know about Juggle Street in-home tutoring

What is Juggle Street?

Juggle Street is a neighbourhood network providing busy families access to trusted, local helpers including babysitters, nannies, au pairs and home tutors. When parents and helpers have competed their profiles, they can connect, chat online and meet face-to-face if they wish. Juggle Street Pty Ltd is a wholly owned Australian company based in Sydney.

Pricing & Payments

There are no pre-determined prices, or fixed hourly rates for jobs on Juggle Street. Parents set the price they are willing to pay for each job, and post it to one or many of their local helpers. The helpers decide if the job is ‘worth it’ and apply or decline. Helpers get paid cash or via bank transfer by the family at the end of each job. Juggle Street is free to join and use for helpers, parents pay per job post or subscribe.

Safety & Security

At Juggle Stret, trust and security are paramount. That’s why everyone who joins (parents and helpers) need to complete mobile phone verification before their profile is activated. A family’s exact home address is only shared with the helper who is awarded the job. Working with Children Checks are mandatory since May 2019.

Getting started is Easy!

Parents Set The Price

Parents set the price they are happy to pay for each tutoring job

Tutoring hourly rates posted and accepted average between $20-$60/hr

Tutors decide if the job is ‘worth it’ and apply or decline

Tutors get paid in cash or via bank transfer by the family at the end of each job

It’s FREE For Helpers

Keep all the money! Juggle Street does NOT take a percentage

Complete your profile and start receiving SMS job invitations

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Why Juggle Street Math Tutors?

Juggle Street is one of Australia’s largest networks of in-home tutors and is the perfect way to find immediate help for your child with their school work. You can search and find private tutors in your neighbourhood who can provide in-home tutoring sessions at your preferred time.

All of Juggle Street’s tutors are categorized by their level of experience, from Newbie Homework Helpers, recent Year 12 graduates (great for prepping high school students approaching exams) as well as qualified primary school teachers, high school teachers and professional tutors who are experienced at coaching children to excel in the classroom.

Juggle Street is an on-demand job platform, which means you can book immediate help for your child in a few easy steps. All of Juggle Street’s tutors have detailed profiles outlining their skills and experience, qualifications, ATAR results and Working With Children Check.

Our private maths tutors can help with all subjects including:

Numbers

Problem Solving

Area, Perimeter & Volume

Time & Money

Addition & Subtraction

Geometry

Graphing

Pre-Calculations

Multiplication & Division

Probability & Statistics

Trigonometry

Algebra

Decimals

Measurement

Fractions

Quadratic Equations

Our online maths tutors cover year 3 maths, year 4 maths, year 5 maths, year 6 maths, primary maths, year 7 maths, year 8 maths, year 9 maths, year 10 maths, year 11 maths, year 12 math, general maths, HSC maths, VCE maths, extension maths and high school maths.

Primary school maths tutor
Primary school maths tutor

It’s so easy for children to become overwhelmed and lose focus if they’re experiencing difficulties with maths in the school classroom. Juggle Street has online maths tutors for all levels of Primary School. Our tutors can help your child with adding and subtraction, multiplication and division, percentages, learning to write and work with fractions as well as writing and comparing decimals. Other areas include using measurement units for length, area, time, volume and mass, geometrical shapes, constructing graphs and tables, interpreting statistical results.

A maths tutor can help your child with NAPLAN preparation which takes place in year 3 and year 5.

Juggle Street also has tutors who specialise is preparing children for Opportunity Class tests and Selective School tests.

year 7 & 8 maths tutor
year 7 & 8 maths tutor

Juggle Street tutors can help your child with the year 7 curriculum covering algebraic techniques such as expansion, simplification and factorization of algebraic expressions. Other area include learning properties of positive integers and calculating using percentage, fractions, decimals, rates and ratios, data collection, collation and organisation, the application Pythagoras theorem and special geometrical properties of specific solids.

Our online tutors can help your child with year 8 maths curriculum including solving algebraic equations by factorisation and substitution, geometry, graphs using data analysis and prime factors and linear relationships on graphs and number planes

Year 9 maths tutor
Year 9 maths tutor

Juggle Street tutors can help your child with the year 9 curriculum covering using formulae to calculate areas and perimeters of single shapes like trapeziums, rhombuses and quadrants, theoretical probability and application of relative frequencies, scientific notations in expressing large numbers as power of 10 and co-ordinating geometry involving linear and non-linear relationships.

Year 10 maths tutor
Year 10 maths tutor

Juggle Street tutors can help your child with the year 10 curriculum including trigonometry using cosine and sine rules and trigonometric ratios, geometry areas such as intercepts and gradients of straight lines and working with hyperbolas and parabolas. Compound interest calculations and algebraic expressions using fractions and negative indices, solving linear and quadratic equations.

Year 11 maths tutor
Year 11 maths tutor

Juggle Street tutors can help your child with the year 11 curriculum including quadratic and simultaneous equations, linear equations, algebraic fractions, inequalities, quadratic surds and rational numbers. Areas also include differentiation in calculus, trigonometry ratios, studying locus and constructing graphs of functions.

Year 12 maths tutor
Year 12 maths tutor

Juggle Street tutors can help your child with the year 12 curriculum including formulae and equations, linear relationships, interest and depreciation, earning and managing money, practicalities of measurement, classifying and representing data, summary statistics, relative frequency and probability. Our online maths tutors can also assist with Extension Maths areas such as polynomials, inverse trigonometric functions, further trigonometric identities, rates of change, working with combinatorics, introduction to vectors and further operations with vectors.

Our maths tutors can assist your child prepare for HSC/VCE/QCE exams such as developing a study plan and prioritising subjects.

Benefits of maths tutoring

  • Make a concise list of important formulas and concepts. Ensure you know the formulas and how to use them.
  • Sit a practice exam. Time yourself and don’t use any notes.
  • Make sure you get a good night’s sleep. It’s crucial to be well rested and focused before you take an exam.
  • Do not leave study until the night before. Ensure you are not cramming as this does not work as well as spending time each day studying.
  • Rework homework problems, writing down the steps to help you remember them.
  • Make flashcards to help you memorise formulas.
  • The night before the exam do something you enjoy and give your brain and body a rest.
  • Ensure you have everything you need for the exam such as pencils, paper and any other materials.
  • Follow instructions carefully. Take time to ready them over and if something looks like a possible error ask the instructor.
  • If you get stuck, quickly move on. Don’t waste time getting stressed out. Quickly move and come back to the question as you may have a memory job later on.
  • Have something to eat. Do not sit an exam on an empty stomach.

Preparing for maths exams

  • Make a concise list of important formulas and concepts. Ensure you know the formulas and how to use them.
  • Sit a practice exam. Time yourself and don’t use any notes.
  • Make sure you get a good night’s sleep. It’s crucial to be well rested and focused before you take an exam.
  • Do not leave study until the night before. Ensure you are not cramming as this does not work as well as spending time each day studying.
  • Rework homework problems, writing down the steps to help you remember them.
  • Make flashcards to help you memorise formulas.
  • The night before the exam do something you enjoy and give your brain and body a rest.
  • Ensure you have everything you need for the exam such as pencils, paper and any other materials.
  • Follow instructions carefully. Take time to ready them over and if something looks like a possible error ask the instructor.
  • If you get stuck, quickly move on. Don’t waste time getting stressed out. Quickly move and come back to the question as you may have a memory job later on.
  • Have something to eat. Do not sit an exam on an empty stomach.

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