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Rachel W.

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I am an experienced Reading Recovery teacher specialising in teaching reading writing and phonics to key stage one age children.
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Subject Age/level and price

Phonics lessons

Preschool Age - £20 - per session
Primary Age - £20 - per session
KS1 - £20 - per session

Reading lessons

Preschool Age - £20 - per session
Primary Age - £20 - per session
KS1 - £20 - per session

Writing lessons

Preschool Age - £20 - per session
Primary Age - £20 - per session
KS1 - £20 - per session

English lessons

Preschool Age - £20 - per session
Primary Age - £20 - per session
KS1 - £20 - per session
Special Services - Rachel W.
Education
Institution Town Speciality Degree Class
Northampton University Northampton PGCE Master
UCL London Reading Recovery Master
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Rachel W.

Rachel is a qualified Primary School Teacher (PGCE 1996) with a further qualification of Reading Recovery teacher (UCL 2015) in post since 2015 part time in school. Rachel stayed at home for several years to bring up her family and returned to work in school in 2008. She has been teaching one to one for over seven years in her local infant school, firstly with a Year 1/2 maths intervention before moving to Reading Recovery, completing her Reading Recovery training year in June 2015.

In addition to school Rachel has been doing some tuition from her home – all online via video link since the start of the pandemic. Her specialist area is Key Stage One, although she also has experience tutoring lower Key Stage Two children who were struggling with reading and writing and had additional learning needs.

She is mum to three grown up sons, the youngest of which isstudying for his A levels whilst the oldest is focusing on completing a degree in Architecture. One of her sons has high functioning Autism with additional needs, meaning she has a lot of personal experience in helping children who are on the spectrum and may require a different approach to their education.

Rachel has always loved reading and enjoys being able to pass on this skill to the next generation. In recent years she has attended some overseas volunteer projects in the school holidays to help children there develop their English language skills, enhancing their employment opportunities for the future.

Rachel is very much enjoying teaching online and is finding it to be an exciting new way to educate young people.


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