I offer personalised online tutoring to primary aged students, whether they have specific gaps in their learning, learn in a certain way, or are capable of achieving more with the right help.
Online tuition allows me the opportunity to share my highly effective teaching strategies to help children around the world achieve success in their learning. I create engaging learning experiences in my online platform, with a range of activities to bring learning to life, keeping my students inspired.
I have over 8 years of international classroom teaching experience and I am accredited in Scotland and British Columbia, Canada. During my time teaching in The United Arab Emirates I was presented with an Excellence for Education Award. This was in recognition of my outstanding achievement and excellent educational performance in the Emirate Schools Council. My exemplary teaching practices allow for successful tutoring sessions, equipping children with the knowledge, skills and confidence they need to excel in their learning.
I am delighted that you have chosen me to work with your child and I cannot wait to equip them with the knowledge, skills and confidence needed to be very successful learners!
I am a qualified Maths Teacher and an online Tutor. I use a variety of techniques and resources in order to teach and inspire minds. I am fully DBS cleared and have taught through the changes in education over the years and am fully knowledgeable in the current 9-1 GCSE specification. I am comfortable teaching all walks of learners and try my 100% best to make sure that learning is relevant, engaging and fun.
I have a plethora of resources so that students hit their target grade or beyond. In my experience, students tend look at questions as a big problem rather than thinking that questions are made up of smaller steps within a problem. Each student will receive an individual plan at the start of lesson one.
I am also a GCSE Expert Examiner for Edexcel, marking both Foundation and Higher Maths. I also teach at Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 2.
I am able to teach online and comfortably at your home, however, due to the current situation with COVID, I prefer to teach online. I use a Huoin pen and tablet with an onscreen whiteboard. I will provide full resources; questions, answers, solutions and exam papers relevant to your exam specification. I teach all topics in Maths and keep up to date with any new developments with exam boards.
I have been a Middle Leader, a Lead Practitioner, a Director of Learning, and have led successful STEM classes and am passionate about the subjects surrounding Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths. I also run a debate team at my current school; have been a finalist at The University of Leeds three consecutive years with “Solutions for the Planet” programme and have taken students as finalists at The Houses of Parliament with a solution on sustainability.
Having recently completed my PGCE in Primary Education and gaining my QTS; my knowledge of the curriculum, teaching strategies, and methods and my experience puts me in great stead to be an excellent, motivating, thorough and positive tutor for children at the primary level.Further, I have an excellent understanding of the 7+ exams and can focus my teaching towards any areas of learning towards this.I have many strategies for making learning accessible for children, being dyslexic myself, I understand the different difficulties and struggles children can have in school and ways to overcome barriers to learning.I have a passion for education and enjoy making learning fun and engaging. My specialism is computing and I, therefore, love to use computing as a cross-curricular tool in learning.Additionally, Astronomy is a strong passion of mine and something I am keen to spark and promote in children where it can lead to many interesting thoughts and questions and relates to so many schemes of learning.I believe in learning from one's environment and exploring the world around us and therefore ensure that when I teach the curriculum, I make the learning experience as enjoyable, relevant, and accessible as possible.
My first experience in teaching was working in conductive education, with children with cerebral palsy. Further, I worked as a teaching assistant at a large school, working with years 1, 2 and 5. In the mornings I worked with whole classes and in the afternoon I ran group or 1-1 sessions with children that needed extra support, such as children with special educational needs. Additionally, I ran an Astronomy club for year 2 and year 5. I planned, taught, and assessed each child in my class and shared my passion and enthusiasm for the subject with them.I have since completed a PGCE in primary education at the Institute of Education at University College London (UCL). During my placement, I worked primarily with a year 5 class, planning, teaching, and assessing up to 80% of the timetable. On this placement, I taught consecutive lessons in year 1 and 2 also, mostly focusing on Phonics and Maths.My specialism is Computing and I ran a Computing project with my year 5 class on this placement, collecting and subsequently presenting my findings to my colleagues at UCL. This project investigated the ways in which Computing can be used to promote cross-curricular learning and was thoroughly enjoyable, successful, and interesting.I was also lucky enough to gain valuable experience on placement at Brooklyn New School in New York, where I taught year 2. My main focus at this school was Literacy and Numeracy, as well as Philosophy for Children (which is now on the National Curriculum) and I have a broad and well-rounded knowledge of a variety of teaching strategies and methods.Additionally, I run a YouTube channel providing lessons in Astronomy for children and adult beginners. I plan and prepare the lessons most relevant and accessible to children, where it can link to the national curriculum.
I would love to share my knowledge and enthusiasm for Astronomy with adults, as well as children.
English Tuition offered by English Teacher and examiner with 25 years' experience. All ages and levels. Dover, Deal, Sandwich, Canterbury, Thanet and online. Proof reading also offered. A Level & first year degree level specialist. EPQ Tutoring in all subjects. Examiner for OCR, CIE, AQA & EDEXCEL.
My name is Sam W. and I am a mathematics teacher from Nottingham, UK.
July 2017 I have been tutoring online part-time and have now moved to full-time tutoring through zoom platforms, 5 days a week. I enjoy working with students (children/adults) that have a passion for mathematics or who struggle with the basics.
I have experience working in both primary and secondary mainstream settings, whilst currently working part time also, in an alternative provision for students with special needs. I deliver both 30 minute & 50 minute lessons, reaching students across the UK and as far as eastern asia.
I would be more then happy to offer a free trial session, so that I can get to know the student and find out exactly what it is they enjoy/struggle with.
My lessons are fun, interactive and as practical as can be :)
I hope to hear from you soon
English and maths lessons in Cornwall, UK
I am currently teaching online and offering support and catch-up tuition for KS2 and 3 learners.
I taylor my teaching to meet your or your child's needs and will help you firnd methods and soultions to help learning to work for you.
I can help you achieve your Functional Skills Qualification if you need it to access college courses.
I can help with catch up lessons or if you have had to miss school through illness, etc.
I can help parents on focus elements of homeschooling to help it work for you.
Teaching is my vocation and I am committed to investing a great amount of time and effort into professional development, craftingpedagogy, curriculum knowledge and a deeper understanding of the education landscape including the changes to the new Ofsted framwork. I place great emphasis on fostering positive relationships with my students, always identifying new ways to meet their needs, and developing the whole child, whether that be academically, socially or emotionally. Pupils leave my class as happy and confident individuals with a thirst for knowledge to develop their enquiring minds.
I graduated from Edge Hill University in 2003 with a BA (hons) in Primary Education and Physical Education with QTS. In 2012 I was awarded The National SENDCO award. I have more than 17 years teaching experience in years KS1& 2, including Y6. During my career I have held additional curriculum responsibilities for PE, DT, Science, Maths, SEN and Computing, I also hold Maths Specilaist Teacher accredication (MAST). Leading these subjects has allowed me to work closely with other colleagues to shape the curruculum design and delivery by creating schemes of work which are exciting and fun, enriched with first hand experiences. Most recenlty, in my current school, I was fortunate to support Teachers developing the Maths curriculum form EYFS and KS1. I was able to provide support and guidance so that colleagues could implement to better meet the needs of their pupils in these critical early years. The positive outcomes afforded me the opportunity to then support whole school maths with a specific focus on the more able pupil where I was able to eviedence a signifficant improvement in results. I found these experiences very informative and rewarding.
As an experienced Teacher, I recognise the importance of robust systems and processes, I use formative and summative assessments in addition to marking books to track and monitor pupil progress. I forensically analyse data to inform my planning, ensuring there are no gaps and pupils have a secure knowledge before moving onto the next topic. I aim for lessons to be well thought and purposeful with the right balance of pace, in order to stretch and challenge all levels of learners. I believe in delivering high quality lessons that are fun and engaging that require teamwork and participation, I listen to pupil feedback so I understand how they like to learn. I aim to support students address any misconceptions during lessons and promote independent learning, peerand self-assessment in the classroom. I incorporate blended learning and the use of technology my lessons. Recently I have created films about WWII, the plague and many other subjects. I plan lessons to meet the needs of all pupils including those on Learning Plans for SEND and high attaining pupils. I believe in creating a stimulating learning environment where pupils can challenge themselves.
I actively engage and welcome other professionals, including class teachers, teaching assistants, SLT and consultants, to secure my judgements of pupil achievement and lesson observations. I recognise this validation of what good or better teaching looks like enables me to share best practise and maintain a high quality of teaching and learning. Working with others to moderate assessment data also ensures my judgment is accurate, it allows me to reflect on my own practise.
As an active member within the school community I forge strong relationship with all stakeholders including multi agency partners. I have always built strong relationships with parents as I believe this is key to ensuring all pupils can thrive. In my role as SENDCO I line managed a team of support staff and It was my primary role to ensure all students needs are met in line with their EHCP. I was required to be the registered lead professional during reviews and liaise between parents and multi agency to ensure each child was offered the right support inside and outside of school.
Outside of my classrooms I have developed community links by taking a lead role in enrichement and after school clubs. I am a level 2 Football and Cricket Coach. In my previous school I led the football,cricket and running club. I have a love for sport and understand the importance of instilling healthy habits in children and the positive effects it can have on their mental health and wellbeing. Through my involvement in these sports I have developed good links with other schools, both primary and secondary whereby pupils have been able to competively take part in a variety of sporting fixtures. I thoroughly enjoy working with children during these extra-curricular activities as it not only teaches them new skills but the children also get the chance to shine when using existing skills. In addition to this, the children learn life skills such as; social skills, speaking and listening skills, teamwork, tolerance and develop leadership skills. I always look to involve myself in the delivery of clubs regardless of my role in school.
As well as sporting clubs, I have organised Maths clubs using exciting problems. One area that I am passionate about is engaging and including parents in the curriculum. I delivered parent Maths classes to provide skills and confidence for parents supporting their children with their homework. It proved to be very popular with parents and children notebaly, parents became more engaged with the work their children were doing. The importance of opeing up the classroom for parents anddeveloping these links has direlcty contricbuted the young peoples confidence in their educartion. I would be very keen to secure these links again.
I hope that I have evidenced my love of teaching and demonstrated my work ethic as an outstanding practitioner.
Joanna is a polish cellist based in London. She has made her debut as a soloist performing Goltermann’s Cello Concerto in G-major at the age of 12 and has since appeared in concerts and festivals around the world as a concerto soloist, recitalist, chamber as well as orchestral musician. As a soloist she has performed in many renowned concert halls in Europe, Asia and United States as well as at important festivals. In 2017 she made her debut on BBC Radio 3. With a broad range of repertoire, her musical specialisms encompass works from the standard repertoire alongside lesser known pieces. In her recitals she often includes new works, many of them written especially for her and dedicated to her.
Joanna is a founding member of the award-winning Bukolika Piano Trio. She also collaborates with the guitarist Mario Kurtjak as well as with the Rowan Cello Quartet. In January 2020, she received her PhD. Her doctoral research as well as her CD album focused on music for the cello by Kaija Saariaho as an example of new qualities of sound and expression. Joanna received a scholarship from the Clumber Studio to study with Christoph Richter at the Royal Academy of Music in London, where she graduated with Distinction in 2018.
Joanna is a highly demanded teacher, and holds a position as an assistant professor at the Academy of Music Krakow in addition to her ever-expanding class of private cello students across London. She is also involved in the promotion of music by the Venezuelan composer Antonio Estevez, whose music is well known in South America but still undiscovered by many audiences.
Joanna plays on a cello by Pawel Migiel.
I am a highly experienced tutor, tutoring pupils up to the age of 16, including preparation for the 11+ and GCSE. I tutor Maths, Verbal Reasoning, Non-verbal Reasoning, English and Science. If you would like a supportive and friendly tutor who gets excellent results, then contact Michael D. free on 0800 978 8306.
Handwriting, Writing, Numeracy, Maths, Science, Phonics, Clarinet, Singing, and Art lessons in Brighton, UK.
Are you looking for a tutor for your child's up and coming SATs? Or are you just looking for a confidence boost for your child? I am a very experienced tutor, with great results, for either of the above. I'm a qualified teacher and I am very enthusiastic, friendly and confident in what I do. I am willing to do whatever it takes to support your child. I have supported children from reception, right the way through to year 11. In recent years I have supported several children in achieving a pass in their end of KS2 tests. I always come prepared with a wealth of work to suit your child, including challenges, working alongside the new national curriculum. Throughout my sessions, I believe every child should be able to ask me any question in confidence, that they may not have the confidence to ask their teacher in front of their class mates. I always try my best to support in any way that I can. I am confident that I will be able to support your child in getting the best results possible. I am available to work hours to suit you and your child. I believe that a student should be comfortable whilst learning. This said, I am able to travel to you, or you could travel to me if you'd prefer. I offer great hourly rates and block booking discounts. If you have any queries or questions about anything at all, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
Currently undertaking Masters level research into trauma related dyslexia
Certified Trauma and Mental in Schools Practitioner
Postgraduate Diploma in Assessing for Specific Learning Differences
Postgraduate Certificate in Specialist Dyslexia Teaching
Postgraduate Diploma in Youth and Community Development
Degree in Psychology and Sociology
Certificate in Understanding the Autistic Spectrum
Level 3 Award in Education
My background and journey
Before working for myself I ran a youth work charity in Cumbria for 10 years, and also worked to empower young people to become active with volunteering in their local community. I taught Psychology at GCSE, A-level, Degree and Post Graduate levels. I have also worked within the homeless sector and within the adult education system coordinating learning support in the same role a SENDCO would have in a www.*** ;
My areas of expertise are in dyslexia, trauma and mental health, confidence building, motivation and one to one work. My ability to think outside the box when engaging people means that I capture peoples imagination and show them how they can motivate themselves to be successful. My experience in the Army has also honed my self determination and efficiency.
I am dyslexic, although I wasn’t assessed until I was an adult, I always suspected that I viewed the world in a slightly different way to others. I suspect I have elements of other SpLD's too which means that I have to put more effort into everyday life than most people. This means that I can truly empathise with the people I work www.*** ;
My adventure with dyslexia has taught me to understand that what I have to offer is unique and valuable because of my dyslexia, not despite my dyslexia! This is what I want to teach to our everyone in our community who is also www.*** ;
I am also a mum to a very lively and humorous 10 yr boy. As a parent I understand the issues that parents have in trying to get their child's needs met, this coupled with my experience teaching and coordinating learning support which underpins my training as a dyslexia specialist and trauma and mental health practitioner means that I understand how parents and schools can work together to get the best for every www.*** ;
The package I offer
Each child has different needs and this is why I deliver bespoke packages to each person. I also include Dyslexia Gold in my packages and support inbetween lessons via an educational app called edmodo which parents can also have a loggin for so they can monitor all contact between me and a www.*** ;
If you have any quesstions, please contact www.*** ;
I am a qualified English Literature and Language teacher and Teach First ambassador, specialising in secondary schools (years 7-13), since 2012, and prep schools (years 4-8) since 2018. I also teach mathematics up to and including Upper KS2: Long Division, Common Factors, Common Multiples, Prime Numbers, Mental Calculations, Square and Cube Numbers and more for that Key Stage.
I have been tutoring one-to-one since 2015 and found, since the 2020 lockdown, that tutoring online can be just as beneficial if not better for several reasons: no travel for either party; shared resources online rather than requiring a printer, therefore saving paper; allowance for different ways of communicating rather than just speech - for example, silent discussions through typed notes that can be edited, saved and stored immediately - which is especially beneficial for students with speech impairments or those who communicate better through writing.
I have been working for a home-education group in the woods near to where I live since September 2019 and have continued to learn and explore the importance of creativity, immersion in a task and a level of autonomy on a student's learning path. I aim to reproduce what I have learnt in my years of experience to offer online tutoring lessons for both individuals and groups.
My experience spans from working in one of the most poverty-stricken provinces in Buenos Aires in 2010 as an English tutor for disadvantaged children, to working as the private tutor for my school's Sheikh's son in Qatar during my three years working in a British international school out there. (2015-2018.) I am interested in all people from all walks of life and all educational backgrounds.
If you think I could help you / your child in their education, please get in touch. I am also a writer and assistant reader for Firewords magazine in my spare time. My subject is my life.
Please contact me directly at ***@*** for a free first lesson! I look forward to hearing from you.
I am a qualified and experienced tutor. Teaching all primary school subjects and English up to GCSE. Currently tutoring online. I have a degree in English literature & education (BA hons). 3 years' experience as a 1:1 teaching with children with autism.
DBS / CRB checked. References available on request.
Hi, my name is Helen and I have been a successful educator for over 30 years working in a range of schools. I always build positive relationships with my students and treat each person as an individual. Throughout my career I Have been a class teacher, subject leader of numerous subjects, including maths, Year group leader, Deputy Head and Head teacher. I am passionate about people developing growth mindsets and becoming active learners. My friendly, supportive approach to teaching enables students to feel comfortable and in a good place to learn. However, I also believe in stretching my students because we are all capable of so much more.
I am the founder of Tupic Tutoring. All my students who work hard go on to pass GCSE Maths. One of my recent Year 8 students moved up 2 sets in 1 term.
I specialise in helping those who are not confident in maths gain a 'I can do it" attitude. I offer a full programme which helps students to develop in maths and their mindset, therefore becoming better learners. The result of this, is an increase in success in all areas.
I teach maths from KS2 - KS5. Although my Facebook page is KS4 tutor, I tutor all ages. Please have a look at my brochure for more information: file:///Users/helenhutchinson/Downloads/TUPIC%20MATHS%20BROCHURE%20%20PDF%201%20(1).pdf
I have had extensive experience working with children with Additional Special Needs including: ASD, dyslexia, visual/hearing impairment, ADHD www.*** I am a very inclusive tutor who is passionate about helping each person become the best version of themselves.
Please get in touch as I have limited availability. I look forward to helping.
I’m 31 years of age. I have a variety of interests including football, video games and Marvel comics and films. For the last 3 winters I took a break from teaching to spend time abroad working the winter ski seasons. Unfortunately I’m still not an expert skier and my snowboarding is rubbish, but I saw some beautiful sights!
10 years in total as a maths teacher (including training year).
1 and a half years as second in department, including training new teachers.
Have continued work on term placements over the last 2 years in between ski work.
I develop fundamental understanding through thought provoking questions and a patient approach.
I endeavour to liaise with class teachers to ensure that the work covered in tuition is there to develop understanding in weak areas as oppose to identifying them.
When necessary I can use my experience of the 3 main exam boards and corresponding materials to help identify challenging topics.
Mike offers specialised mathematics tuition and revision boosters for SATs and GCSE, for primary and secondary aged children using mastery methos used in schools. He also tutors adult learners in functional skills mathematics. Mike's calm demeanor allows students to work comfortably at their own pace whilst maintaining an appropriate level of challenge.
Instrumental music teacher in Manchester, UK.
I specialise in low Single Reeds.
Learn how to play at your own pace with lessons tailored to your own ability and ambition. Learning piano is both fun and fulfilling, and every effort is made to engage younger pupils and spark their interest in music.
I love learning and, equally, to inspire this feeling in others too. I also strongly believe that social development and creativity are as important as academic learning. If you are reading this, you must be considering getting help with learning of some sort, whether for you or for someone close to you. It would be a privilege to help!
I worked as a primary school teacher for 14 years and loved sharing the learning journey with the young people I taught. My approach is often playful – there is so much to be learnt using games and humour – and success relies on building relationships, agreeing goals and together working out how to reach them. Sometimes the goal might just be to travel forwards and enjoy the journey; at other times there may be a more specific target.
The best moments as a teacher are “the lightbulb moments” when something clicks in the learning and new connections are made. My goal is always to instil self-confidence in learners, to build positively on what they already know and can do, and to help them to believe that they can learn whatever they want to learn.
I am a qualified and experienced teacher. Although I have worked in secondary/ middle schools, the majority of my teaching has been in primary schools. I have worked in mainstream schools with a wide range of children. I have coordinated enrichment programmes for gifted and talented pupils. I have supported pupils preparing for grammar school exams. I have written and managed education plans for learners with dyslexia and dyscalculia, autistic spectrum conditions and other social, emotional and mental health difficulties.
As a class teacher, I taught across the spectrum of the National Curriculum, with particular focus on progress in Reading, Writing and Maths. As the school coordinator for the teaching and learning of English for many years, I rolled out various strategies to develop reading for pleasure and to make the learning of grammar and spelling fun, fun, fun! Prior to that, I enjoyed roles as the school lead on Science, History and DT. However, my guilty pleasure is a love of numbers, the application of Maths, in games and puzzles, and the Art of Maths.
I am a parent, the most important job/ experience in the whole world.
Prior to teaching, I was an architect. More recently, I have established myself as an artist, specialising in the publication of greeting cards and fine art prints.
I began my career as a violinist with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, where I played for 13 years, as well as being a visiting teacher of violin at Oakham School, Rutland. Following the arrival of my children, I completed a secondary PGCE in music, qualifying to teach GCSE and A level music; I am currently an AS and A level examiner for Pearson Edexcel. Following my Masters with TrinityLaban, I have returned to private instrumental teaching and music theory and GCSE/A level tutoring, as well as undertaking some music service teaching, music examining and professional performing. I currently teach music theory, coach chamber music and conduct a string ensemble at Primary Royal Academy of Music in London.
I am experienced with children and young people from KS2 through to KS5, and teach violin from beginner up to diploma level. I also teach music theory, viola and can coach GCSE and A level instrumental performance candidates. As an A level examiner, and a very experienced GCSE music teacher, I can provide additional lessons or support for GCSE and A level music candidates, including teaching coursework composition.
I believe firmly that all human beings have an innate musical ability and enjoy finding creative ways to draw that out in all learners, no matter their age or current ability.
Happy to teach 11-18 year olds anything to do with music: composition, history, analysis, theory and listening skills. I have a holistic approach and believe good music teaching should involve playing, listening, analysing and creating (composition). Many years of experience in preparing pupils for EDEXCEL GCSE and A level with excellent results. Happy to deliver via ZOOM as a platform.
I have many years experience teaching children, teenage and adult learners in many different subject ranging from functional skills maths and English to English as a foreign language to health and social care. I specialise in behaviour whether that be the behaviours we associate with ADHD and Autism or behaviours that act as a barrier to our learning.
Teaching is my true passion, I have a strong track record with past students going onto pass exams, get into colleges and universities, securing apprenticeships and work amongst other www.*** ;
I believe a rapport needs to build between student and teacher so I am happy to offer my first session free of charge. There will also be a reduction for siblings/small www.*** ;
Maths lessons in Portland, UK.
Highly experienced and professional English teacher. Passionate and motivated about the progress and success of my students, and always aim to help students achieve their very best. Currently teaching English and I am a GCSE English Literature examiner for AQA. I have taught in a number of secondary schools, across both Key Stages. I have also been a GCSE English Language examiner for AQA. Encouraging, professional and supportive; I aim to secure the very best outcomes for students.
I have been teaching for the past 18 years. I have worked in primary schools across County Durham and have considerable experience in teaching across all the primary phases. I have lots of experience teaching pupils with autism, adhd, dyslexia, dyscalculia and emotional and behavioural problems. My approach is that learning should be fun, creative but also providing the essential skills all children need to make good progress. I am adept at planning sessions that cover the national curriculum requirements , but at the same time making sure I meet the child where they are in their journey of learning. I have a caring, nurturing approach but set high standards of achievement with all my pupils.
My name is Claire C., I am a dedicated Teacher and Mentor and I am passionate about life long learning and helping children achieve to their full potential.
I am a qualified teacher with a specialism in Early Primary teaching -YR 3 Reading and Phonics. I am also the Computing, English, Phonics and Reading lead at my school. I also Mentor trainee teachers and am currently forwarding my Continual Professional Development by undertaking a Mentor Qualification with the University of Cumbria.
I am offering Phonics, Spelling and Reading tailored tutoring services for both adults and children. My approach is to work closely alongside your child to identify their learning needs and style.
As a teacher I often have parents mention that despite a parent talk at their child’s school they are still not feeling confident to help their child with www.*** ;
I am offering parent and child together sessions as well a Reading and Phonics sessions with parents aiming to give more confidence when working with your child.
· Parent and child together sessions £20 p/h (for both /all of you) 1-1 phonics sessions for children either Reception, Year 1 or Year 2 or older if they have gaps in learning or difficulty with www.*** ;
· £12 per half hour £ 22 p/h. 1-1 parent sessions of Phonics to give you confidence to help you with your child. £12 per half hour.
· I specialise in helping children in Year 2 pass phonics screen 2nd time around. £12per half hour. £22 per www.*** ;
(This year will be slightly different; This year, Children in Year 2 will be taking phonics screen prior to Christmas 2020. During 1st term.)
· I also help children who have difficulty spelling. Age yrs 1-6 £12 per half hour. I have many schemes and strategies to help children www.*** ;
· I also offer reading coaching/intervention. If your child is struggling with reading, I am able to help. £12 per half www.*** ;
I love helping children to reach their full potential. If you are interested, please PM me for more details. I have a study room at my house, or I can visit you. - very flexible able to cover Blackpool, Fylde and Preston areas.
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I believe myself to be a bright, engaging and enthusiastic tutor, who has always been fortunate to receive excellent feedback from his clients.
I gained a BA Hons in Economics and Computing, before gaining a distinction on his Post Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE), specialising in Maths and SEN. I have extensive experience in both Tutoring and in the Primary Education field, having been teaching for 20 years and tutoring for 12 years, both 1 to 1 and online.
I tutor in English, Maths, study skills and SEN, within Key Stage 2 to Key Stage 3. I also tutor 7+, 8+, 11+, 13+ Pre-test and 13+, including all aspects of Maths, English and Verbal/Non-verbal Reasoning. I tutor 1 to 1 one off sessions to complete units of work. My experience also includes full home schooling. Having been an SEN teacher and SENDCO at previous schools, I also has extensive experience in tutoring children with Special Education Needs.
I have successfully prepared students for entrance exams for many top schools including Roedean and Brighton College.
Tutoring and Teaching Experience
I have tutored 1 to 1 and in group situations. Over the last 6 years, I have offered tuition online using Skype, Zoom and MS Team.
I have always believed in talking to both parents and student, to identify what the specific needs of the student are before tailoring a specific program to their needs
I also always provide students with weekly progress notes and follow up work based on learning objectives.
Being in full time teaching has meant that I have kept up with the latest developments in education.
I have always been responsible for developing my own lessons and schemes of work, and have spent time in a previous position supporting less in experienced teachers develop their experience in both this field
An area I have specialised in during my time teaching in the primary sector has been working with children who have Special Educational Needs. Children who have both behavioural issues and purely Educational needs. I was Sendco at a previous school, which involved setting up and monitoring literacy programs for children with reading difficulties and phonic recovery groups. I worked with the class teacher to identify children who would benefit from these extra sessions. I liaised with outside specialist teachers and was responsible for writing and following through EHCP’s through the school.
One area of achievement I have been particularly praised for during observations at my current school, is the quality of questioning that I use to develop the children’s learning. I have also been particularly praised for the quality of the questioning. I also believe it is important to reinforce the positive, in terms of children succeeding in class and behaviour. Expectations of behaviour need to be established, with a sanctions and reward system set up. As a role model myself, it is important to set high expectations if I expect it from my students. By providing creative and interactive lessons, children will be stimulated, which in turn motivates them to learn. This offsets any potential behaviour issues.
I believe that using creative teaching strategies can be a powerful platform on which to develop creative thinking. These can provide opportunities to build confidence by encouraging pupils to take risks, so removing barriers to learning. An appropriate, balanced, challenging and creative curriculum is essential in developing children’s skills, knowledge and understanding. All of these, I feel, underpin personalised learning. Children should be given every opportunity to take ownership of their learning and I feel that one of the most effective ways to achieve this is through enquiry-based learning. First hand experiences bring learning to life for children and are extremely important in stimulating children’s interest in a way books cannot. For example, visiting a Roman Palace. I have been fortunate to attend training in developing the creative curriculum. This process involves the children developing their learning, and not being afraid to take a step outside of their normal comfort zone.
I am an experienced teacher and tutor, willing to work both 121 or with small groups. I inspire my students to be confident and motivated in addition to learning the skills that they need to be successful. Previous parents and children have commented on how much their child has grown in confidence overall, and their teachers have commented on their increased motivation at school. My tuition is carefully tailored to your child's needs. The beauty of using a 121 tutor is that teaching will be constantly adapted to meet your child's learning style, energy levels and interests. I am trained in NLP techniques and use these in my tuition to increase engagement.
To find out more information about my services, please go on to my website. www.***
Maths lessons in London, UK.
My name is Timmy and I have been a guitar teacher for over 10 years and a music teacher for 5 years.
Throughout the years I have learnt all tricks and trades. From industry secrets, to producing methods, my vast past in the industry has helped me get to where I am today.
If you are interested in learning guitar, or gaining extra knowledge in your GCSE/ A level subject I am here to help and supply resources only available through me.