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Science Clinic Private Tutors was founded in 2010. Our vision was to help struggling children understand the concepts of the major subjects which are sought after by many colleges & universities. Our tutoring was mainly in the main subjects (Maths, all 3 Sciences & English Language) to exam students only. Because of the huge demand of tutoring in all year groups, we now teach students across the board from Primary (KS1 & KS2) through to GCSE, A-level and University. We were luck to have had colleagues we share the same vision with join us. Now we can teach all subjects from Primary through to GCSE, College /A-levels and Science & Maths at University level. All our teachers / tutors are graduates and qualified teachers with Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) who understand the National Curriculum. Some of them are examiners at GCSE and A-level, which means they know the exam techniques students need to answer the exam questions properly and get better grades. Within the team, we have professionals with very high qualifications ie Masters Degrees (MSc / MA) and PhDs in various subjects. We can, therefore, be confident to say we are professionals who are dedicated to what we do with proven records in the UK’s most entrance and national exams. We are a tutoring organisation that is defined by its professionalism. Our aim is to provide a personal service. This makes us very different from most tutoring companies that just offer a platform for tutors and students to meet. We speak to clients so that we can match them with the most appropriate tutor for their needs. When this happens, the results can be remarkable & confidence grows. We personally know all our tutors and all have had DBS checks and their qualifications checked before we take them on. We are also a member of The Tutors’ Association (TTA) which was formed in 2013 to provide standards to the tutoring industry.
I have 22 years teaching experience. I have taught Chemistry to GCSE, BTEC and GNVQ and A Level Chemistry to Year 12. I have also taught Biology to GCSE Level and Physics to KS3 Level. I have Primary experience in both KS1 and KS2.
I have a number of year tutoring experience for Chemistry and all my tutees have passed their GCSE.
Lesson will consist of prepared notes which will be discussed during the tutoring sessions. There will be supported by use of worksheets and then exam style questions. Each lesson will be based on specific areas of the syllabus that is intended to support the work that is being undertaken in the classroom. This will follow the part of the syllabus being taught in the classroom, to support and re-inforce student learning.
I use videos to support learning and these will be showed used a laptop. I will use a projector (if it is possible). If the student wishes to only look at specific areas if the syllabus, then I will undertake to produce material to support this request.
I gained membership of the Royal Society of Chemistry and have undertaken volunteer work for them. I also volunteer in the Science Museum in South Kensington for the last 8 years.
University of Cambridge for the Cambridge Festival of Ideas and the University of Cambridge for the Cambridge Science Festival.
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Science tutor in Southend-on-Sea, UK. I can tutor for all 3 science and combined science. All exam boards covered. I also tutor for Home Ed students with my own iGCSE courses www.*** ;
Maths, chemistry, physics and biology lessons in Chelmsford, UK.
I have been a science teacher for 25 years in the South East Essex area. I live in Burnham-on-Crouch with my wife and our 3 sons aged 20, 17 & 15. I understand the challenges faced by pupils with the current science syllabus and my aim is to break down difficult topics into manageable and understandable components. I am passionate about science as a subject and I aim to be engaging in my style of teaching. Throughout my career my lessons have been graded as `very good` by inspectors and professional colleagues. As a teacher my priority is always to help students achieve their goals, if this means I need to mix up my teaching styles and tackle topics from a different angle I will do so.
I am finishing my exams in three months. I am a full time student and will continue to be; however I am very dedicated to helping others by sharing my knowledge and making a difference in someone's life.
I graduated from the University of Southampton with a 1st class (Hons) Masters degree in Chemistry. I specialised in Organic Chemistry and Medicinal Chemistry and I am passionate about Chemistry and Biology and have worked as a teaching assistant at the University of Southampton where I've helped in workshops and in the laboratory. I have also got experience in tutoring A level Chemistry and Biology as well as GCSE science.
Maths, Chemistry, History, and English Literature lessons in Ilford, UK.
My teaching style is catered around the individual that I am teaching. I am able to understand their individual targets and what suits them. This is through repetitive exam question practice and recapping knowledge before moving onto other topics in the syllabus. I have experience of tutoring peers and medical students. I look at the exam specification and understand the goals and targets with my students and what they wish to achieve and therafter build upon that. The aim is for them to achieve their targets and perform confidently with sufficient knowledge and exam practice.