Birmingham Tutors | Birmingham Tuition Centre, West Midlands

Private Tutors Birmingham

Here at Montessori Tutors our Private Tutors in Birmingham use the most effective study programme in the world to help students with Maths & English Tuition.

Birmingham Tutors | Birmingham Tuition Centre | Maths & English Study Centre, Birmingham, West Midlands


Famous Montessorians include:

Winston Churchill, Princess Diana, Mahatma Gandhi, Bill Gates, Larry Page, Bill Gates, President Obama's children, Beyonce Knowles as well as George Clooney


Who are we?

We are Montessori Tutors – an after school tuition centre. We offer tuition for Maths , English & 11+ to children aged between 5-14 years old.


Birmingham Tuition Centre

Our Birmingham Tuition Centre aims to provide children the best private tuition to prepare them to be future leaders.

We aim to develop our students to an excellent academic level whilst also developing their character and personality. We do this by incorporating leading teaching techniques available into our curricular and by holding regular leadership and character development exercises as well.

We offer private tutoring for 5 year olds all the way up to GCSE and everything in between including tuition for:

Private Tuition Birmingham

Our Private Tutors use the world famous Montessori Method in order to nurture and develop your child’s inner-genius. This will help them achieve significantly higher marks in school as well as develop into amazing wholesome human beings who can look after themselves, their community and their environment!

Benefits of Montessori Education

Scientific Research has proven time and again that Montessori Education gives children the Academic and Social skills to out-perform children in traditional schools as well as succeed in life too!

A recent study by NAMTA concluded:

“There were strong differences suggesting that Montessori students were feeling more active, strong, excited, happy, relaxed, sociable, and proud while engaged in academic work. They were also enjoying themselves more, they were more interested in what they were doing, and they wanted to be doing academic work more than the traditional students.”

Research & Testimonials