Maths quests with tutors starting at £199 / mo
An engaging way
to learn maths
and science
Help your child master maths and STE(A)M skills
through online quests and problem-solving
in the real world.
Your child will join Trinton Ax, played by a live tutor, in an epic undersea journey.
Starting at £199 / mo
Redirecting to Whatsapp chat
through real world problem-solving
Develop creative and critical thinking
Engage
in exploring
the world
with an immersive story, scientific method, and teamwork
Prepare for future tech professions
by building the foundation of STE(A)M skills
• Три гайда: «Анализы», «Питание», «ЖКТ».
Immerse your child into exciting quest episodes.
Solve maths tasks and rescue Triton Ax from a wrecked submarine.
Learn from the best tutors
and teachers
Each quest is held by a individual tutor, who knows how to spark kids' curiosity and make a personal connection.
How it works
The story consists of 6 quests. Each is dedicated to one of the STE(A)M skills: science, tech, engeneering, arts, maths.
Systematisation of skills
Tutor plays the main character and helps your child cope with any arising questions and difficulties
Personal feedback
You need your smartphone only for interaction. All tasks are solved in the real world.
Learning in the real world
Try out yourself
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Continue with the story,
while your child masters more and more
complex skills
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Solve math tasks
with a tutor and see
first results
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at any suitable time within 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. GMT
Start your 2-day free trial
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Choose your plan:
monthly or a three-month course
Your kid loved it?
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and embark on the next adventure
Finish the quest
that’s what you will learn
Which year is your child in?
Understand addition and subtraction
Understand and compare measures (size, weight, capacity)
Develop the spatial sence
Understand data and graphs
Define shapes of everyday objects
Understand and define probability
Counting backward - up to 120
Name two-dimensional and three-dimensional shapes
Identify numbers as even or odd
Read and compare clocks, write times
Know Roman numerals I, V, X
Understand fractions
Know addition and subtraction strategies
Compare numbers up to 100 using symbols and words
Identify halves, thirds, and fourths
Define missing numbers in sequences
Counting forward - up to 120
Define ordinal numbers
Solve word problems involving addition and subtraction
5th
4th
3rd
2nd
Identify numbers as even or odd
that’s what you will learn
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
What grade
is your child in?
that’s what you will learn
Which year is your child in?
Develop skip-counting skills
Understand and compare measures
(size, weight, capacity, volume)
Choose the appropriate measuring tool
Know Roman numerals I, V, X, L
that’s what you will learn
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
What grade
is your child in?
Understand and compare measures
(size, weight, capacity, volume)
Understand multiplication and division
5th
4th
3rd
2nd
Understand geometric measurement
Understand multiplication and division
Read and compare clocks, write times
Add and subtract money
Compare numbers up to 1000
Solve comparing word problems
Identify halves, thirds, and fourths
Work with patterns
Know addition and subtraction strategies up to three digits
Know addition and subtraction strategies up to two digits
Solve two-step addition and subtraction word problems
Count sides and vertices
of two-dimensional shapes
Understand data and graphs
Round to the nearest ten or hundred
Understand fractions
Understand and define probability
Count vertices, edges, and faces
of three-dimensional shapes
Identify numbers as even or odd
that’s what you will learn
Which year is your child in?
that’s what you will learn
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
5th
4th
3rd
2nd
What grade
is your child in?
Compare angles
Solve inequalities
Understand geometric measurement
Understand data and graphs
Understand multiplication and division
Count vertices, edges, and faces of three-dimensional shapes
Count sides and vertices of two-dimensional shapes
Estimate sums and differences by rounding
Read and compare clocks, write times
Develop logical reasoning skills
Use multiplication tables up to 12
Know addition and subtraction strategies up to three digits
Classify quadrilaterals
Know divisibility rules
Understand parentheses
Compare numbers with addition and subtraction
Solve two-step mixed operation word problems
Know Roman numerals I, V, X, L, C, D, M
Understand and compare fractions
Find perimeter and area
Know units of measurement
that’s what you will learn
Which year is your child in?
Compare and convert units of measurement
Convert decimals to fractions and mixed numbers
Multiply a 2-digit number by a larger number
Know units of measurement
Solve time word problems
Develop logical reasoning skills
Convert time units
Use coordinate plane
Know multiplication and division strategies
Count sides and vertices of two-dimensional shapes
Understand data and graphs
Identify lines of symmetry
Compare and measure angles
Add, subtract and multiply fractions
Know addition and subtraction strategies up to seven digits
that’s what you will learn
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
What grade
is your child in?
5th
4th
3rd
2nd
Solve multi-step mixed operation word problems
Solve word problems with area and perimeter
Understand and compare fractions
Write and compare numbers up to one billion
Solve variable equations
Count vertices, edges, and faces
of three-dimensional shapes
Divide larger number
by 1-digit numbers
Classify quadrilaterals
Understand statistics
Choose a plan
Monthly
One payment
£199/ 1 month
6 quests
the entire journey with Trinton Ax
  • Personal feedback from a tutor
  • Convenient schedule and progress tracking
  • Personal feedback from a tutor
  • Convenient schedule and progress tracking
£450 390/ 3 months
2 quests
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FAQ
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When can we start learning?
You can start at a time that suits you most from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. GMT.
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How many hours a day we need to study?
You study 30 to 45 minutes per day. Each of the 6 quests takes a week to finish.
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How exactly is the process designed?
Under tutor's supervision your child proceeds with the quest scenario — solving tasks, making decisions, working with information, communicating with the character, and learning theory.
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How do you handle mistakes and difficulties?
The tasks are checked by the tutor. If your child finds some topics difficult, the tutor helps to understand new material and come up with the right answer.
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Are tutors opened to additional questions?
Definitely, yes! You are welcome to ask any questions and receive detailed answers.
How difficult is it to learn? Does my child need any specific skills?
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The quest is tailored to a child's level. The level of difficulty is enough to keep your kid curious and motivated.
How is this better than any other online course?
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Our educational strategy involves an exciting adventure and personal feedback — two key elements of high engagement and compelling results.
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ORIENTEER LLC
14205 SE 36TH ST STE 100, BELLEVUE, WA, 98006-1553,
UNITED STATES
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