I have ten years' experience of teaching KS3, GCSE and A Level art and photography and currently work at a grammar school. My tutoring sessions are particularly targeted to GCSE and A Level students who need help to improve their coursework/exam sketchbooks. As a visiting moderator I receive annual training in the marking of student work so I can give specific support and advice to students so that they learn which areas they need to focus on to gain more marks.
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Our services take into account religious, cultural, beliefs, equality, inclusion and diversity needs. We have skilled team working with us including nurse, care workers, physiotherapist, Chiropodist, There are Nurses and careers on site Referrals to the Day Care Centre come from a variety of health care professionals including Social Workers, Community Psychiatric Nurses, Care Managers, Integrated Care Teams and private referrals. All Service Users are designed Individualized activity plans for our Day Care members based on their assessed needs to be met and taking into account personal interests, aspirations, hobbies and sessions.
K2S education centre was established in August 2013 by passionate sisters who got together after finishing their education in their own field.
Over the last 5 years this establishment has helped many students academically and socially. K2S has worked with various local schools and external organisations during this period and provided the services to ensure the students’ success.
Our team follows a range of different activities to ensure that every student achieves their maximum potential ability. The effective teaching skills have led students experiencing a positive and attainable outcome.
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We guarantee small classes – no bigger than 16 children in the main school and nine per class in Reception. We believe that this is integral to children establishing strong relationships with their teacher, getting the support they need, developing a strong work ethic and both maximising and achieving their potential.
Classes are made up of children from a wide range of backgrounds and abilities, but the one thing they have in common is motivation. We do not compare children with one another; we challenge them against their own goals and next steps. This allows children to feel safe, be creative and be curious instead of managing anxiety about ‘not keeping up’. Happy, confident students are available to learn – they develop a rich and positive sense of who they are and can be.
Each class has a name:
Sprites (Reception) Pegasus (Year 1) Dragons (Year 2) Unicorns (Year 3) Griffins (Year 4) Minotaurs (Year 5) Centaurs (Year 6) Chalkers (Years 7-9)
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Art/History of Art
Ex Examiner Art & History of Art
Specialism Portfolio preparation A level & GCSE
The Watermans Art Centre Brentford Middx
I am a Central Saint Martins MA Fine Art graduate, with a BA in classical painting techniques awarded by the University of Arts in Bucharest, and have more than five years experience in teaching art to all ages (including very young students). I have been collaborating on artistic educational projects with the National Gallery and Watermans Arts Center and with various schools and cultural institutes in London. I have a track record of helping students achieve their highest potential in mastering various fine art techniques and being admitted at top art and architecture universities or obtaining excellent results in GCSE, A-level exams and Art Scholarship examinations. I also have a personal method that helps adult learners that are beginners in painting and drawing techniques get excellent artistic skills and discover a personal, expressive style. As an artist, I have experience in classical painting techniques as well as contemporary art (such as installation art, conceptual or participatory art projects) and I strongly believe in the unique creative potential of each individual, which I hope my art classes also help uncover. I currently teach fine art classes for ages 4 to adult learners at London School of Arts and collaborate on educational projects with galleries, as well as following my own artistic practice. My art projects sometimes blur the lines between the artistic and the educational fields, and I consider teaching a form of art. I have, therefore, a very personal approach to teaching and often collaborate artistically with my students.
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I have had 15 years experience teaching Art and 5 teaching psychology to GCSE level. I have taught the new 1-9 exams.
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Dagenham Park is a truly inclusive school, we strive to inspire learners to excellence, stretching them academically and harnessing their creative energies.
This is an exciting time to be a student at Dagenham Park, examination progress outcomes are consistently above national averages, facilities are outstanding in our brand new building and the school is being recognised nationally in prestigious award ceremonies for the outstanding work that is taking place.
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I have fifteen years' experience of teaching KS3 and GCSE Art and Design and currently work at an outstanding Catholic school. I have also more recently helped prepare students taking Italian GCSE as a native Italian speaker. I have worked with architects and as Graphic Designer for a number of years before becoming a teacher. I have experience in teaching one to one, small groups and up to 30 students in a class room setting.
I have been a teacher of Art & Design at a mixed comprehensive secondary school for 5 years. I specialise in Fine Art, Graphics and Photography, teaching KS3, GCSE and A level. Since school closure due to Covid 19 I have been working online with students and would like to share this one-to-one with other students. I have also started a YouTube channel to help support students but this cannot replace individual feedback and guidance that is needed from a teacher.