MPT News

MPT News

June 19, Summer Programs Registration Deadline Extended to June 28

Deadline for registration for the following programs has been extended to June 28. For more information regarding each program click on the program of interest:

June 17, Programme d’été  du Math Plus Tutors 2019

Math Plus Tutors a des incroyables programmes « STEM Aventure Club » et « Art Club » qui  sont révélés populaires auprès des enfants. Cette année, nous introduisons «Camp Math Rocks» ce qui rend l'apprentissage des mathématiques amusant. Durant l'été 2019, MPT organisera son programme basé sur les thèmes de ses clubs. Il comprend de nombreuses activités intéressantes à l’intérieur et à l’extérieur pour votre enfant. Le programme dure sept semaines (du 8 juillet au 23 août). Pour plus d'informations, cliquez ici

June 3, MPT Summer Program Information

MPT Summer program runs July 8 till August 23

Ages 6-12. For more details and registration form click Here.

New exciting weekly themes:
  • July 8 – July 12; Structures N Stability
  • July 15 – July 19; Astronomy
  • July 22 – July 26; Medical Madness
  • July 29 – August 2; Marine Science
  • August 6 – August 9; Geometry and the Art of Origami
  • August 12 – August 16; Chemistry in the Kitchen
  • August 19 – August 23; Go Green!
Drop Off and Pick Up Times
Drop off is scheduled from 8:30 to 9:00 am
Pick up is scheduled for 4:00 – 4:30pm 
Program Fees:
$250 per child per week / $200 prorated for short week

Sign up 2 or more children and get 5% discount 

Sign up for 3+ weeks and get 10% discount  by June 14

For more information or to register Contact Us!


May 15, Launching Café Sci Sarnia, Lambton-Kent First Exam Study Lounge

We are very excited to announce the launch of Café Sci Sarnia; Lambton-Kent's first Exam Study Lounge. Enjoy our relaxed inviting atmosphere, chill out and study with your friends, get study tips and exam prep strategies, and enjoy a nice cup of tea or coffee! Grand Opening Thursday May 23, 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm. Tickets are $20 each. For more information or ticket purchase contact us.

May 1, MP-Junior and High School Prep Summer Programs

Math Plus Junior: an extremely popular program with parents with grades (1-6) students needing the extra help in reading/writing or math. Offered in both English and French. We are once more offering it through the summer months (July 8 - Aug 23) with two delivery models One-on-One and two Math Groups. Click on the program name for more details.
High School Prep: Another parents' favourite, working with the students on developing the needed skills to navigate the high school environment. We are offering it through the summer months (July 8 - Aug 23) with two delivery models One-on-One and a Math GroupClick on the program name for more details.

April 15; Summer Program 2019 Full Day

Math Plus Tutors has an amazing STEM Adventure Club and Art Club that proved over the years to be extremely popular with children. This year, we are introducing “Camp Math Rocks” that makes math learning fun. Throughout summer 2019, MPT will run a summer program based on its club themes with many new and exciting indoor and outdoor activities for your child. The summer program is scheduled for seven weeks (July 8 – Aug 23). For more information on the program click here.
Our Program Advantages
  • Run by professionally trained staff with long experience working with children
  • CPR and First Aid trained staff on location at all times to ensure children safety
  • 1/6 Staff/children ratio to ensure better child engagement and close supervision
  • Centre offers air conditioned space suitable for hot summer days
  • Easy access for parents with plenty of parking spots for drop off and pick-up
  • Conveniently located off highway 402 Christina St Exit.

March 18, Progress Reports for High School, What to watch for?

As March Break ended, students head back to the classroom refreshed and ready for the third and final part of the school year. Progress reports for high school, and soon enough report cards for grade school, are on their way home. What should parents and students watch for?
  1. Regular submission of assignments/projects
  2. Test marks and how their child is performing in the four main areas (Knowledge, Thinking-Inquiry, Application, Communication)
  3. Trends in grades being consistent
  4. Any missed work and it's effect on their total mark
As this is the first report parents receive it will give them an idea of areas of strength for their student's performance. It will also show them areas of need where they can provide some extra help for the student. At this point in time the grades are still pretty much able to adjust while the student receives help in a timely manner. While help provided after mid-term reports will always be harder as the student will be playing catch with his/her marks.