First of all, I am a passionate tutor d I enjoy passing my knowledge to others. I find it very rewarding when students tell me enthusiastically about their good results at exams.
Secondly, through my long medical studies and via my job as GP, I have become very patient and a good listener. This helps me to adapt to any student`s background.
Thirdly, being the mother of three teenagers has taught me how to deal with the variable commitments at this age.
I believe firmly that tutoring should be tailored to match each student needs.
Moreover, I take into account that tutoring sessions are extra works added to the student’s busy day at school or at the workplace. Consequently, I endeavour to make my lessons diverse and lively, to avoid students being bored or tired and at risk of giving up after the first sessions.
I make the session as interactive as possible to retain the student’s attention. The student reads the lesson and we point out together the main ideas. After that, he /she will write summary notes under my supervision. Then comes some sample exam questions. Finally, I end the session by a quiz about the topic that we have studied previously.However,when the exams are getting closer,we work on past papers .
As the holder of a Baccalaureate in Sciences and a Doctorate in Medicine, I am conversant in maths physics and chemistry up to GCSE / A level. In addition, Biology is amongst the basic topics in medical studies therefore, this subject is one of my strongest areas of expertise.
With regard to French, although I am not a French native, I am a fluent speaker as all my studies have been carried out in French, from primary school through to university. Consequently, I master French at all levels: from casual conversation to academic reports. Additionally, through my French husband and his family, I have acquired a strong familiarity with the French culture, history and customs.
I am conversant with the curriculum, through my involvement with my sons’ studies and previous tutoring. I am familiar with the different exam boards and their distinctions. I regularly check on the Internet for the latest updates on the syllabus according to each board.
Hi! I am an experiecned university lecturer in biomedical and nutritional sciences. I really enjoy teaching GCSE and A level Biology and chemistry online in addition to my part-time role at university. Each year I have a small number of students who I work with over the year ahead. I make time for each of my students, and get to know their individual needs and learning styles. I am passionate about teaching, sharing knowledge and watching young people develop skills and building confidence in their own expanding knowledge base. As students enter the university environment we find an increasing number of students who have not retained their knowledge from A level and GCSE beyond their exams. As a university lecturer I am expected (and trained) to have a really strong skill set in helping students to understand content and retain information. I use modern, unique tools and methods to support understanding, retention and exam techniques. it is so important that a tutor has these skills to help accelerate learning and ensure a strong academic so that knowledge can be retained.
I also write exam papers and coursework and can help you with revision techniques and exam preparation and how to break down each question. If you are thinking about going on to university I can also help you decide which uni to apply for, UCAS applications and Personal Statements.
Here are a couple of comments from my students:
"any young person would be fortunate to have Juliet as part of their journey, she is kind motivational and incredibly knowledgeable"
"Juliet inspired me to focus on my studies and pursue my career goals"
"Juliet always approaches everything in a warm and engaging way. She always listened to my concerns so I knew she understood"
I am also, apparently quite funny and very friendly! Thank you for thanking the time to read about me.
A qualified teacher, I am deputy head of science at a large secondary school. I am experienced in teaching all year groups and abilities the full range of the national curriculum. I have taught the full GCSE course for AQA, and have tutored extensively in AQA, OCR, and Edexcel.
I personalise and adapt lessons to the specific needs of my individual students, this ensures the best possible outcomes in terms of confidence and grade improvement.
I have a total of 4 years of tutoring experience, with both tutoring agencies and in private tuition. I have taught GCSE and A level students across a variety of exam boards, namely Edexcel, AQA, OCR and JWEC. My students have gone to excel in their chosen subjects with significantly improved results.
As a tutor I use a webcam via Skype or Zoom to communicate with my students and a virtual whiteboard to write and explain as I go along. As part of my teaching many of my students have given me positive feedback of how homework and lectures aid and reinforce their learning outside tuition classes.
I usually correct the homework and highlight the corrections before starting a new subject material to ensure my students feel confident that they have mastered a topic before moving ahead. I also make PowerPoint lecture slides and handouts for my students which I am always more than happy to email.After covering the syllabus content, I usually leave ample time to discuss past exam paper questions and how to answer them.
The core principle of my lessons is to first and foremost lay a foundation for the subject material for my students and then to build up the complexity. I highly encourage understanding scientific principles rather than rote memorisation to my students.
I believe learning should be tailored to every students’ individual needs and requirements and they should enjoy the learning material.
I have 1000s of hours in helping students achieve success in A-Level biology as a tutor and biology teacher for over 18 years. A-levels are high stake exams with future university places and careers dependent on good grades. If your child is struggling with:
•Understanding biological concepts
•Understanding exam questions
•How to write answers that gain full marks
•Applying their understanding and knowledge
Then as an experienced A-Level biology teacher, I can help your child improve in these areas.
I am able to tutor all UK exam boards, have decades worth of past papers and tailored notes specific to each exam board.
I can tutor online where I use zoom and a digital whiteboard to teach students. I provide a video recording of the lesson and digital exam papers and notes that students can access via the student portal. Students find the videos particularly useful for revision and reviewing their understanding at a later date.
If online tutoring is not the option for you, then I can offer in-person tuition in either my home or at your home within the Bridgend County Borough, South Wales.
My Approach To Teaching A-Level Biology
I use lots of different teaching strategies. The strategies used are specific to each students learning needs. One of the most important strategies I use is to explain complicated biological concepts simply and clearly. Here are some more specific strategies that I use.
1. Socratic Questioning
Written or verbal questions cannot be overstated. They are a powerful way to find out if a student understands the concepts. questioning also gives the opportunity to allow the students to think about the concepts, recall facts and make links between concepts. Simple questions that start with: how, why and what are very effective.
Without feedback, students will never make progress. Feedback has the highest impact factor of 8 in helping students learn. I give detailed feedback on students work so they can improve.
3. Exam Technique
Without being taught how to answer a question, most students will not achieve good grades in their exams. This is a skill that I take very seriously in preparing my students for. I teach Comprehension skills, Word analysis, the meaning of assessment objectives and how they relate to the difficulty of the questions, the meaning of different command words so students can understand what a question is asking them to do. I have decades worth of past exam papers and I make these available to all my students. I work through many past questions to make sure students have excellent exam techniques.
4. Making Links
The highest grades will only be achieved if students can apply their understanding to different situations. Through questioning and tailored activities, I prepare students to master this vital skill.
5. Retrieval Practise
We learn by making links to knowledge we already have. Retrieval practice forces students to actively recall information from their memory. When this is done the memory is strengthened and information is forgotten less. This is a very important thing for students to do. I produce tailed activities and puzzles to help students with this strategy.
6. Maths & Prac
Maths make up 10% of the marks in a question paper and 15% of the marks are practical based questions. It is so important that students have good abilities in these areas. I always ensure students can achieve in these areas.
I have Masters in Engineering and Degree in Chemistry. Furthermore, I have been a teacher for over 11 years. I have a variety of teaching methods to communicate with all students however diverse. When teaching each topic I incorporate a past exam paper question during each session, as this provides evidence of the required standard. I possess a current and in depth knowledge of all 3 exam boards: Edexcel, AQA and OCR. I continuously prepare students for 11+ entrance school exams including: Merchant Taylors, St’ Mary’s, Bluecoat and Liverpool College. I hold a strong rapport with adult students and enrich their knowledge. My thorough planning, enthusiasm and extensive experience will facilitate confidence and achieve results. I will openly provide both current and past references upon request.
I have over 30 years experience teaching in a range of different secondary schools.
I have been a Head of Physics and a head of Science Departments.
I have been a tutor since 2011.
I teach Physics to GCSE and A level. In addition I teach Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics to GCSE level.
Since the COV-19 pandemic I have been teaching exclusively online through the ZOOM platform.
My teaching approach is highly interactive. I use the requirements of the student as a starting point. I make extensive use of online and electronic resources including, where possible demonstrations of experiments.
Having studied Natural Sciences at Cambridge University alongside coaching the university football team I chose to go into teaching as I enjoyed combining my science knowledge with my ability to explain methods to young people. Seeing young people improve was extremely rewarding and I wanted to put this in an educational setting. I have been a Head of Year and am now Head of a large Science Department. This allows me to keep in touch with new teaching methods and discuss with colleagues ways to help pupils improve especially with essay writing in Biology and data analysis. I am also part of the local AQA hub and therefore I am very aware of where pupils make errors in exams and how to improve in these areas.
I'm a PhD Candidate in Molecular Biology with contagious enthusiasm and passion for the subject. I'm always excited to share that knowledge with students from GCSE to degree level.
Hello, my name is Jackson and I am based in South Wales.
I am an enthusiastic science tutor with an Msc (also A-level in Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry and Business). I am patient and I would love to use my knowledge to help you improve in your subject area with perseverance and practice.
I also have three years tutoring experience on a one-to-one basis.
I offer a GROUP tutoring up to four students per session. They must be on similar levels in Maths.
If you are looking for a tutor who is reliable, patient and will help you maximise potential I would look forward to helping.
I can help and guide you through all the biology topics. Be warned, I am a complete enthusiast about Biology!
I have been teaching for over 30 years in Secondary Schools, as Head of Biology and Head of Science. I now run my own business providing biology field courses for A-level and University students and tutor part time alongside teaching at Newcastle University.
You will find me a friendly and experienced teacher and I have worked for all the exam boards over the years. Just give me a call.
I am a friendly but demanding private tutor with a fund of real-life stories to bring science to life! I start from where the student is and find their learning style. Then we can approach the concepts and vocabulary in a way that is relevant and targeted. I use online and paper-based exercises to reinforce the essential core knowledge. Past paper practice is essential but not sufficient to succeed.
My tutoring is questioning, methodical and supportive so that the student can achieve their true potential. It is based on more than 10 years of classroom practice in both the state and private sectors and eight years of one-to-one science tutoring at GCSE and A-level (all sciences at GCSE and biology at A-level).
I prefer to tutor at students' homes, but can teach at my home in Kingston upon Thames, SW London, by special arrangement. I prefer to travel by public transport up to 30 minutes maximum, but will drive if necessary up to 10 miles.
My message to students is that there will be a learning style that works for you. Let's find it and achieve success together!
I am currently a teacher of science / biology at an independent school in Wakefield, teaching KS3 Science, GCSE Biology and 'A' level Biology. Having taught students of all abilities for over 20 years, I have experience in developing individual students learning to allow the student to progress to a level that allows them to obtain grades above their indicator levels.
My teaching is thorough, focusing on the key aspects of the specification and targeting the students learning to examination techniques, that will allow them to access key marking points in order to obtain high levels of attainment.
I ensure that my teaching is structured to the individual students ability, differentiating tasks and questions when required.
Prices on my profile are for online tutoring, taking into account that families are currently under financial restrictions. At this time I would like to offer support to students at a time and cost suitable for all families.
A fully qualified science teacher (PGCE & QTS Biology, Chemistry and Physics). Very experienced with a caring approach. A vast knowledge of teaching students with an extremely wide range of needs. I have been teaching secondary students for 18 years in colleges both mainstream and in the independent sector. I graduated from Loughborough University in 2000 after completing a Bachelor of Science, and Post Graduate degree in Science Education. Particularly skilled in coaching and mentoring. I work for Leicestershire County Council. In the past I was responsible for professional development and leadership of teachers across Leicestershire. I build trust and confidence, which in turn allows young people to develop and obtain the results that they deserve. I provide examination notes specifically to support different exam boards (AQA, OCR, Edexcel etc). I have been delivering practical investigations for many many years and help young people to analyse these practicals which are now a significant component of the exam board specification. I have the apparatus to conduct practicals safely in my home. I offer a service in my lab in Loughborough with modern technology to support learning for all.
First lesson is FREE (No obligation). Maths and Science tutoring by a UK QUALIFIED TEACHER and A GCSE EXAMINER for a leading exam board from a school in Harrow.
(GCSE, KS3 and Year 6 SATS Maths)
Excellent results were produced last year (100% pass rate, 81. 8 % level 8 or 9). Please contact to reserve a place for your child to assist his/her learning at school. It could be exam preparation, grasping basics or simply extending your child to his/her maximum ability. (A child who is capable of getting an A/A* (or level 9) achieving a B (Level 6-7 or so) is still under-performance). Each lesson is 1 hour and 30 minutes. We use diagnostic tests (FREE ASSESSMENT) to identify weak areas of students and we fix it by addressing the cause of the problem. Lessons are conducted in small groups in Pinner with INDIVIDUAL LESSON PLANS and individual intervention to maximize the impact of tutoring.
All lessons of MATHSCI EDUCATION CENTRE are conducted at Nower Hill High www.*** ; Number of students from local schools such as Nower Hill, Watford boys and Girls, John Lyon, Merchant Taylers, QE boys, Bushey meads, Long field and Pinner High School are already using this great opportunity to excel in their education. Please contact to arrange your FREE ASSESSMENT followed by a report on weaknesses and strengths of your child without any obligation. Thank you, Kind regards, Dushan
MATHSCI EDUCATION CENTRE
Outstanding qualified teacher of GCSE science and A Level biology and physics offering face to face and online tuition for students wanting to progress and exceed in their educational studies. I am an examiner for both OCR and AQA which gives me the knowledge and understanding needed to get my students to pass at a high standard.
I have many years teaching experience with a proven track record of students succeeding well above the national average. Previous private students and parents highly recommend myself due to their increased levels of confidence and improved grades in such a short period of time. This is due to my personalised teaching style that is adapted for every student.
Please call or email myself for further an informal conversation to get more information or visit my Web page above or email ***@***
I am an experienced fully qualified primary school teacher specialising in maths and eleven plus, including the Kent test. I work hard to get to know every child as an individual and to develop an understanding of what makes them feel happy and secure in their learning. I welcome children of all abilities and have good experience of working successfully with children with ADHD, ASD, Down`s syndrome, behavioural and emotional difficulties, dyslexia and www.*** ;
I also offer tuition in science, GCSE and A level.
If you are interested, contact me for a chat and, if you are happy to proceed, then we can book a one-off lesson in the first instance.
I do lessons online (skype, zoom and messenger) and face to face lesson only at my home if students live up to 20 miles .Biology, chemistry, physics and maths are my favourite subjects that I have been teaching and tutoring since 1990. Also I am a part time lecturer and researcher for genetics at the university since 2009 till present time. I am very eager to tutor as teaching is a great job. Maths is my tool to teach and use in the three sciences as it will help students succeed more. I teach first few 15 minutes or twenty minutes explaining the ideas then the rest of the hour I work with the students on practicing how to answer different type of questions regarding the ideas we have went over. It is not an hour or two to write only notes but to work with the students to be practical using the ideas in questions, how to apply them and why to learn about them. lesson should be interesting to attract students to love to learn and enjoy studying with me as well to leave the tutoring hour feeling there was a gain of knowledge, practice techniques to answer the questions and no need to go home and revise again and mostly to gain confidence. all this to be done from September not two weeks to exams.
I am a qualified Science teacher with recent secondary teaching experience and enhanced DBS clearance. I teach Maths, Physics, Biology and Chemistry at KS3 and GCSE, and Physics at A-level.
Teaching is my second career. I also have 30 years’ experience working in engineering, software development and information technology, including 12 years as a company Vice President. I use this knowledge to relate learning to real-world skills and employment opportunities.
I hold an honours degree in Mechanical Engineering, and A levels in Maths, Physics and Chemistry. My PGCE/QTS was achieved at Nottingham Trent University.
I first became interested in tutoring while coaching two sons through their GCSEs and A levels – they subsequently won places to study Maths at Oxford and Durham www.*** ;
I provide both face-to-face and online tutoring.
It is vital that our country produces many more scientists and engineers to meet the needs of future industries. I have a strong understanding of IT, AI and engineering and use this knowledge to motivate and enthuse students, giving them tangible reasons to want to excel in Maths and Science.
I am highly adaptable in my teaching styles and will always customize both the format and content of lessons to suit the individual student.
PhD in Geology from Newcastle University.
First Class Bsc and Masters (combined) Degree in Geology from University of Liverpool.
Numerous awards for excellence in communication.
Plenty of connections in top universities and many geoscience industries.
Experience in attaining scholarships and funding opportunities.
Experienced oil and gas industry geologist, well-travelled.
A Level and GCSE in Geology.
Experienced tutor who can tailor the teaching style to the needs of the student.
Personal - Originally from the Wirral, I developed a keen interest in geology and science from an early age. I am passionate about science communication and sympathise with students who learn best on a one-to-one basis because I was once in the same boat.
Originally from Singapore, I came to the UK, on my own, at 16 to a tutorial college in Croydon to study for my A levels in Biology,Chemistry, Physics and Maths on a 18 month course gaining AABB respectively and winning a place to study Medicine at Imperial College London.
This would have been impossible if I'd stayed home as I was not allowed to take up Biology at O levels in Singapore as I did not do well enough when I was 14 to enter into the set allowed to take 3 sciences and those doing 2 sciences were forced to take Chem/Physics. Today, I know that I wasn't just slow or stupid as my teachers had said. I had dyspraxia.
It is those experiences I had as a teenager that has made me the teacher I am today. That is one that understands that every child has their own way of learning, not being able to do something right now doesn't mean they will never be able to do it and that if you make learning fun, any person will be able to get it eventually. In other words, learning/teaching needs to be tailored to the learner.
In the initial meeting, I'll aim to find out the student's weaknesses, strengths, and general interests. If the aim is exam preparation, I will get the student to complete selected past year paper questions. This helps me find out what areas the student needs support with and also how I could present material in a way that will engage him/her. We will then agree a plan of action together. In on going sessions, I will also try to integrate and model key study skills such as mind mapping, taking concise notes, memory tricks etc. There will be quizzes either oral or written at the end of each lesson or start of the following lesson to check how much learning has been made. The student will then be ask to evaluate their own progress and set targets for themselves.
I am a practicing Science teacher at a Secondary School and Hospital School in Oxfordshire. I have taught Science for several years and have successfully tutored students online and at home over the past three years.
I enjoy tutoring and would look to adapt sessions to your Science requirements whether you are looking for improvement in Biology, Physics or Chemistry in Key Stage 3 or for GCSE.
I have over this time built up a good track record of developing excellent student progress and also students enjoyment for, and confidence in, their Science work.
Physics, chemistry, biology and maths lessons in York, UK.
Kerry has been teaching science for 20 years, from key stage 3 science to biology, chemistry and physics A levels. She has also taught rural science and astronomy GCSEs. Consequently, she is very experienced at teaching a range of science qualifications to students of widely differing abilities and backgrounds.
Kerry has been a Head of Science for 11 years in both a large comprehensive state school and a smaller private school. Between these posts, she was an Assessment Manager for Cambridge International Examinations where she managed the production, marking and grading of a suite of GCSE level examination papers and mark schemes, a role that she has continued on a consultancy basis, writing, revising and vetting examination material. This role has given Kerry a detailed knowledge of how assessment principles are used to design examination questions and how students should respond to these in order to secure maximum marks.
Kerry has a patient, positive approach to teaching. She aims to boost students’ self-belief and make them more resilient learners. Although there is a scientific robustness to Kerry’s teaching, most of all, she aims to make science enjoyable to her students.
I have been a science teacher for the past 4/5 years in Staffordshire. Last year my classes achieved an average of two grades above their GCSE target grades. The school I am currently teaching at in Staffordshire is ranked 4th in the county in terms of progress 8.
I am a well qualified graduate achieving an upper second class degree in biology at the university of Liverpool. I have been tutoring both biology and chemistry for the past two years on tutorhunt. During this time, I have helped multiple students achieve excellent grades in science.
I am available most days during the week and would be flexible if needed to change time. I am willing to travel around 15 miles from my house address. Please feel free to ask me any questions.
Dedicated tutor of sciences at GCSE & Biology Alevel.
The GCSE biology, chemistry, physics and A level biology specifications are broader and more challenging than ever and securing places at Sixth Form and University remains competitive. Tuition offers students the opportunity to gain a more in depth and comprehensive understanding of the syllabus and create a better environment for success throughout the teaching year and in particular at exam time. I am a highly motivated and dedicated science tutor offering one to one personal tuition for single or combined science subjects. I've been working in the scientific/education field since 1982 firstly at Oxford University and then Faringdon Academy and have a proven track record of success over the last 15 years. My aim is to provide personal tuition tailored to suit the individual needs of students explaining scientific concepts in an easy-to-understand way, enabling a good understanding of the subject matter and increasing students confidence and grades. Students are encouraged to answer past exam papers to gain full appreciation of scientific key words, exam technique and mark scheme associated with each question. Science Explained Simply!
As an academic science and maths tutor I have over 10 years teaching and tutoring experience. I currently teach science part time at a high school in Wales, which allows me to keep up-to-date with the ongoing changes with the National Curriculum. I teach biology, chemistry and physics to GCSE level and maths at key stage 2 and 3.
All tutoring is done online, I use Google Meets and Google Classroom to teach all my online students. Google Meets allows us to chat face to face via video link and also alows me to share my screen and whiteboard. Google Classroom alows me to set homework or assignments and provide my students with feedback and additional resources they would not ususally get with a regular tutoring session. Each student will have their own login for Google Classroom and resources will be tailored and personal to www.*** ;
Many of my students work on developing their knowledge and confidence at GCSE level or boosting their understanding of maths at key stage 2 and 3. I also teach exam preparation and intensive revision sessions during exam periods. In addition I currently have a number of students who are preparing for high school. I work with these students in developing their confidence and resiliance to ensure that their high school fears are www.*** ;
Due to current pandemic I have reduced the cost of all tutoring sessions to £ www.*** ;
Please take a look at my Facebook page or my website www.*** for reviews.
I am a qualified science teacher (PGCE, QTS) with 20 years continuous experience, the last 18 years of it in a top ranking, outstanding comprehensive. I have an honours degree in Applied Chemistry (University of Salford), PGCE (University of Portsmouth), and A levels in Biology, Chemistry and Physics.
I am passionate about my subject and love helping students to engage in science and to access the trickier parts of the subject. I have also worked on some of the basic concepts with those who really struggle and need to revisit work from Key Stage 3.
I am currently tutoring GCSE chemistry (including the triple components) and would also consider students needing help with KS3 science.
I have a very large bank of resources and can prepare tests or leveled questions for individual topics as required. You can choose whether to do some of the questions as ‘homework’ or do them together as part of the lesson.
If your child is struggling and you are unable to meet the full cost of tutoring (see below), then please get in touch and I will see what I can do to help you.
I have been part of the humanity welfare trust for 1. 5 years. Humanity welfare trust was established by a group of eminent community leaders in 2017. Humanity Welfare Trust (HWT) is a leading non-governmental organizations in countries such as Turkey, Pakistan and India including its own headquarters in (Cheadle) Manchester which is dedicated to carrying out humanitarian and development programs to ﬁght poverty and people’s sufferings. It has also been working in partnership with vulnerable communities regardless of faith, caste, gender or political beliefs. I have helped people ranging from old grandparents in care homes and cancer patients to helping children in schools and nurseries through the charity. This charity provides opportunities to help those who are suffering from illnesses so they can acquire medical care and support. I visited India in 2016 and saw the dire condition the poor are living. Furthermore many students have started to go school in India however the children who do attend school receive an inadequate education because of poorly trained or underpaid teachers, overcrowded classrooms and a lack of basic tools such as textbooks, blackboard, even chalk, pencil and paper. I have personally helped donate sanitation kits as well as thousands of water bottles to improve the lives of these innocent people.
I strongly believe that education provides the key for a better future, so these underprivileged people can increase their skills, fulﬁl their potential and pursue their goals. But millions of children across India are denied even basic education. As a charity we aim to provide impoverished communities with access to education or training, which oﬀers them a way out of poverty. By working directly with local communities, we ensure that our educational projects are relevant to their needs.
My attendance is 100%.This is all due to me being extremely dedicated to school and not missing a single minute of learning. I strongly believe that each second should be valued because there are many people in this world who don’t even get the chance to appreciate that. My behaviour is impeccable due to me listening to every instruction the teacher gives and acting on it instantly. The evidence is me winning the student of the year award recently. This shows that by acting on the schools motto of ‘working hard’ and ‘being nice’ can result in you being rewarded.
Work experience/community work
I have done my work experience at Cooks mill (Manchester’s largest catering supplies.)
During my work experience at Cooks mill, I was fortunate enough to have gained a first-hand experience and learned, many different sides of what goes into a project, the general process of how a project is initially planned, developed and completed; as well as how much work and detail goes into every stage.
Another valuable lesson I have learned during these 12 weeks, were the many different types of work an employer has to perform, which in turn, have provided me with more insight into the different types of roles and responsibilities that I could perform as a Doctor working for the NHS.
Reflecting back to my first day at Cooks mill, it was one of the most memorable days of my
time at work. They were very open and happy for me to contribute as much as I wanted to, and were open to any suggestions and ideas. This instantly made me feel comfortable and definitely made me feel as though I was part of a team.
In Cooks mill there are surveyors, project supervisors and managers all
working under one roof. There is a large range of people who have different strengths and
qualifications and they work together and organise their work in sync with one another so
that work flows and they are able to complete their work efficiently in order to present it to
the client on time. This in turn, manages to help the workplace become better as a team and
therefore creates a good atmosphere in the working environment. This has then showed me how I will need to communicate with my peers in my future job.
Overall, my work experience at being director at the cksmill was productive and I was very resilient in times of difficulty and I was very happy with the amount of things that I have learned and experienced in the 12 weeks of being a student employee with the company. (This is something I did on the weekends)
In the wider community I am involved in cleaning the mosque and providing support for the elderly people. This is something which I do every Sunday (early morning) which shows my passion in helping the environment be a better and cleaner place. Furthermore I do karate every Sunday to build my self-confidence and most importantly helped me with discipline. I have done karate for many years and it has helped me with my self-esteem. One on my hobbies is to also tutoring my sister every week to improve my teaching and oral skills.
Here to gain some tutoring experince. I know how hard lockdown has been and with school starting again and mocks coming up soon; the pressure must be building up. Therefore, I'd like to help alleviate that pressure by teaching my students effective methods of learning and time management. Why should you choose me? Because I have been through both GCSES and A Levels quite recently, so I've got plenty of tips and tricks I used for both still fresh in my mind. Contact me and I'll do all I can to help :)
GCSEs: Bio (9), Chem (9), Maths (8)
A levels : Bio (A) , Chem (A*), Maths (A*)
Hi, My name is Emma www.*** I am 24 years old and just about to start my PhD at Lancaster University specialising in www.*** ;
I have spent the last 6 years studying at Lancaster University, where I have completed my Undergraduate degree in Biochemistry and my Masters in Biomedicine.
I specialise in sciences and can tutor these from primary school level up to masters level at university. I have been tutoring for over a year now and have learnt many different ways of tackling different students needs and ensuring they achieve the best grade possible.
I am located in the area of Lancaster, but I am also available for online tutoring and work this through Zoom. All payments are made through PayPal so it is secure for you.
Please send any questions you may have, hope to hear from you soon!
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.