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Gurneet G.

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A qualified and enthusiastic Science teacher with a proven record of enhancing student's academic grades.
Subject Age/level and price

Chemistry lessons and courses

KS3 - £40
KS4 - £45
KS5 - £55
GCSE - £45
Ages 12 - 14 - price upon request
Ages 15 - 16 - price upon request
Ages 17 - 18 - price upon request

Biology lessons and courses

KS3 - £40
KS4 - £40
GCSE - £40
Ages 12 - 14 - price upon request
Ages 15 - 16 - price upon request

Physics lessons and courses

KS3 - £40
KS4 - £45
GCSE - £45
Ages 12 - 14 - price upon request
Ages 15 - 16 - price upon request
Special Services - Gurneet G.
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Speech, Language Impairment
Institution Town Speciality Degree Class
Queen Mary University of London London Pharmaceutical Chemistry Bachelor Completed in 2016
Canterbury Christ Church University kent PGCE degree (Postgraduate Certificate of Education) Bachelor 2017
Teach First Graduate Leadership Programme London QTS (Qualified Teaching Status) Academician 2017
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Additional information and experience - Gurneet G.

I am currently a qualified and experienced Science teacher, teaching GCSE and A-Levels in a top Secondary School in Berkshire. I have graduated with a BSc degree in Pharmaceutical Chemistry at Queen Mary University of London, which included an in-depth study of topics such as: Organic Chemistry, Kinetics, Thermodynamics, Quantum Chemistry and Biochemistry. These are topics which are all included in the new A-Level Chemistry syllabus.

Having done Chemistry, Biology, Psychology and Mathematics at A-Level and holding a BSc degree, gives me sound knowledge of the subject and I am an ambassador of the Teach First Graduate Leadership Programme. I have qualified and gained my PGCE (Post Graduate Certificate in Education) degree from Canterbury Christ Church University (Kent) in the first year of the programme - August 2017, and had worked as a NQT (newly qualified teacher) in the second year of the programme.

I am told to be an approachable person which allows me to build a very good working relationship with my students. They are never afraid of asking questions and this gives me the opportunity to identify problems and rectify them quickly. Alongside this, I am familiar with the requirements of all exam board specifications including the new AQA GCSE Trilogy (9-1) specification.

I organise my tutor sessions according to the needs and potential of my students and measure their progress regularly.

Having taught Biology (GCSE), Chemistry (GCSE and A-Level) and Physics (GCSE) to students of varying different backgrounds and from challenging backgrounds (including SEN students to students of very high ability in top sets), I have the ability to cater to all students` needs in order to push them to the next level. All students are different and they all have varying needs. I try building a relationship of trust and listen to what their needs are. Science is a challenging subject and most students can do very well, provided they have self-belief and are willing to work hard.

Although I currently teach all three Sciences in a secondary school, my specialism lies in Chemistry due to my BSc degree. I am also confident with the new content of the AQA Trilogy Combined Science, OCR A/B and Edexcel GCSE and AQA and Edexcel A level specifications. I have been tutoring since the age of 16 and my initial experience stems from a language school, in which I taught in, alongside private tutoring.

Due to the changes in the new GCSE and A-Level specifications, I ensure that my students are fully equipped to be able to tackle challenging questions. I incorporate exam-style questions into my teaching to boost pupils` confidence and assess their applied knowledge. There is a huge jump from GCSE to A-Levels however my unique teaching style bridges this gap between GCSE and AS-level. I also ensure that homework is set regularly and assessed. I firmly belief that feedback is the most vital aspect to promote student progress therefore, I provided as much feedback as possible based on questions, homework and work set.

Additionally, I have a proven record of helping students make huge progress academically by boosting their attainment grades dramatically and really motivating them to develop a pure passion for Science.

Further experience below:

• Teaching Science to groups of students across years 7 – 13, accounting for the differing ability of students and differentiating work accordingly.

• Ensuring student understanding through consistent and engaging Assessment for Learning

• Developing KS3/4 schemes or work, ensuring that all lessons are planned with clear aims and objectives, in line with departmental schemes of work

• Promoting intellectual curiosity among students through challenges, and encouraging all students to be actively engaged in their own learning and in reviewing their progress against targets.

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