Number and place value
- Index notation and index laws
- Computation with integers
In Year 8, students consolidate their algebraic skills and develop more sophisticated ways to represent and communicate their mathematical understanding. They cover the key curriculum components of financial mathematics, ratios and rates, linear and non-linear relationships, data, circles and cylinders and properties of geometrical figures.
Your content plan appears in the learning environment, sequenced to your learning needs and accessible with ease by you and your tutor.
An example content plan sequenced in the Cluey Learning Platform.
Year 8 Maths is a great opportunity to fill any knowledge gaps identified in the previous year's NAPLAN test and prepare for senior studies.
We’ve got the curriculum covered
Number and Algebra
Number and place value
Money and financial mathematics
Patterns and algebra
Linear and non-linear relationships
Measurement and Geometry
Using units of measurement
Statistics and Probability
Data representation and interpretation
Problem solving skillsDETAILS
Perhaps the class room just isn’t meeting all your learning needs or you want to prepare for a specific assessment.
Structured around your individual needs and goals, our learning programs adapt over time to build your confidence and offer the right help at the right time.
Optional practice questions and exercises to work through between sessions.
Feedback after every session helps you keep track of your progress.
Learn from home (or anywhere) via our online platform.
Schedule sessions when they suit you, between 7am and 10pm, 7 days per week.
Reschedule easily when things get busy
From step one to step done, we're with you for your entire learning journey.
Session recordings allow you to revise at any time.
Progress reports ensure you are getting the right help at the right pace.
Guided tutoring helps you realise your potential.
Based on the Australian National Curriculum for Years 7-10, Cluey’s approach to secondary Maths focuses on developing students’ numeracy skills with algebraic techniques and properties of geometrical figures in Years 7 and 8, and functions, indices and data analysis in Years 9 and 10. Our personalised approach gives you the opportunity to focus on areas you find challenging and maximise your understanding of each topic.
Head of Secondary Mathematics
Suzanne is responsible for developing and overseeing the secondary Mathematics programs. Suzanne was the recipient of 'the Most Outstanding Student Teacher' award from the University of NSW and has extensive experience teaching secondary Mathematics across all years and levels. She has also held roles as a lecturer at UNSW Global, a corporate trainer and as a software engineer.
Our tutors are all qualified teachers, exceptional ATAR achievers or experts in their respective fields.
VIC University Student (Bachelor of Psychology (Honours))
Mathematics: Primary & Secondary
English: Primary, Secondary & Senior
Ronlee completed her Year 12 certificate with an ATAR of 99.95. She is currently studying a Bachelor of Psychology with Honours at the University of Melbourne. Ronlee has five years of experience tutoring English and Maths at Primary and Secondary level. She has worked with students with a wide range of abilities and aims to assist students to make the most of those abilities and to encourage new approaches to learning and study that fit with each student.
NSW University Student (Bachelor Hons Software Engineering)
Haadiya is currently completing her Bachelor Degree (Honours) in Software Engineering. Haadiya has a passion for fostering learning and analytical thinking and prepares lesson plans to challenge her students.
WA University Student (Bachelor of Secondary Education)
Gabrielle commenced her Bachelor of Secondary Education & Health and Sport Science at Murdoch University in 2016. She has experience as an English Tutor with university students in both education and in masters who need help with English As a second Language. She has also tutored High School students in a casual capacity. Gabrielle is experienced with teaching different learning capabilities, having first-hand experience in witnessing different learning needs through catering to her own disability and disability of others.
From catching up, building confidence and excelling in school, parents and students alike agree that Cluey works.
82% of Cluey parents agree their child’s grades have improved
85% of Cluey parents agree their child is more confident
“I engaged Cluey to give my daughter the edge. She was already a great maths student but she wanted to be better and there were questions in tests that were not answered in her classroom putting her at a disadvantage. My daughter gets alot of enjoyment out of the cluey sessions and they have made a huge difference. My daughter loves maths and wants to pursue it as a career option so Cluey has been the perfect fit for her.”
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Weekly learning through live tutoring sessions, feedback & practice
Each student’s individual learning journey is supported through a series of live face-to-face sessions with an expert tutor matched to the student's needs. We cover all the theory and examples needed to ensure comprehension, and our sessions are designed to be engaging and encouraging.
Our expert tutors offer guidance through demonstration and worked examples and assign targeted practice questions to help students master the topics and concepts covered.
After each session, personalised feedback is provided to help students and parents track their progress.
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Closing 5 Minutes
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