Maths - one of the most difficult and complicated subjects to learn just got easier.

From algebra to geometry - help your child become the ultimate maths whizz by being taught by private "Gringotts working goblins".

Exam Papers Plus launch School of Magic - private tutoring in a Hogwarts-at-Home style setting (available in the UK and US). Tutors come fully dressed in costume and teach through a Harry Potter inspired way.

Witches and Wizards are now available as private tutors to come help your child excel as well as goblins. "Snape" can help your child excel in Chemistry or even "nearly headless nick" ghosts available to give your child a 360 degree of haunting history.

Specific themed tutors are available and will travel on request. Because of this, prices may vary dependant on package chosen.

The School of Magic encourages learning through creativity in a wizardry theme this academic year.

It is important to highlight that private tutors will be teaching the set curriculum, but children will experience:

  • Handwritten School of Magic acceptance letter upon completion of course
  • Wands and other school accessories
  • Capes
  • Spell books (specific to subjects)
  • Potions
  • 100% human tutor in character costume
  • Wizard themed learning
  • With the chance to upgrade with real life character lookalikes as assistants.

Faisal Nasim, Director and private tutor at says…

“We believe that creativity and inspiration can sometimes be lacking from the private tuition experience.  Inspiring children to learn in new ways that capture their imagination has been proven to increase brain development and help memory function. “Wizard” style learning is an exciting new way to keep your children engaged for longer with topics they may previously have struggled with."



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