Maths and physics lessons in London, UK.
***OPEN FOR NEW BOOKINGS AND HOPING TO START FACE TO FACE LESSONS IN SEPTEMBER! FOR THOSE WHO PREFER IT, ONLINE LESSONS WILL CONTINUE USING AN ADVANCE SETUP OF TWO SCREENS AND TWO CAMERAS FOR SKYPE VIDEO AND TO STREAM LIVE WORKINGS.*** I have Masters in Maths and I am Former Head of Mathematics of a high achieving Grammar school in Langley. I have been teaching and tutoring for the past 16+ years. I teach Maths, Additional Maths and Level 2 Further Maths in KS4 and Maths and Further Maths at A level. I have tutored GCSE and A level students from AQA, Edexcel and OCR exam boards and have had great results always. I am also an examiner with AQA, Edexcel, Cambridge International and OCR examination boards for both GCSE and A Level. The best part of my job is making Maths enjoyable and accessible to my students. It is hugely rewarding when your students achieve their potential grades and progress to the next stage of their academic life. I am very passionate about my subject. Before teaching, I worked as a Senior Analyst Programmer in a Software house specialising in Banking software. Please note that I only tutor from my home and do not travel to tutee's house as I need all my resources to deliver a lesson that meets my expectation and yours!
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
I have been teaching at Secondary level for more than 25 years including being head of department. I teach A level Maths and Further Maths where I specialise in mechanics and decision Maths. I am a current examiner at both GCSE and A level Maths. I like students to enjoy my sessions, have a laugh and feel able to ask when they need help. I use the online platform Bramble. I also offer small groups of up to 4 students at £20.
Successful Online Tuition in Maths, Further Maths and Physics. A Level SPECIALIST.
I have 27 FIVE STAR REVIEWS on TutorHunt
Online success with students for 9 months throughout 2020
I have been chosen for A Level Maths Examining for 2021
Currently using Microsoft Whiteboard successfully as an interface with my students. I prepare the lesson in advance with all the necessary learning materials spread over many whiteboards. Lessons are tailor-made to the requirements of the current specification of the Examination Board
Enthusiastic teacher of Mathematics and Physics to Advanced Level. Retired from classroom teaching but still like to tutor in my subjects.
I enjoy sharing my knowledge and helping students to fulfil their true potential.
I was a tutor at Wiltshire College for 14 years, then taught Mathematics and Science in the field of Military Science at MOD for another 14 years to 2012. This has given me a superb appreciation of the practical applications of my subjects in many situations. I have experience of being an Examiner and Moderator in both A Level Physics and www.*** ;
My DBS Certificate has been renewed from 6th Sept 2020
Excellent physics & maths/further maths subject knowledge combined with enthusiasm and an ability to explain concepts as simply as possible.
Good knowledge of how to plan & deliver lessons for all abilities and to assess learning to enable pupils to reach their potential.
Experience teaching A-level and Sheffield International College Physics 1/2 and Applied Maths syllabuses.
I am a highly qualified, organised and self-driven individual with experience in working with children from years 1 to 13, teaching Mathematics in schools and as a private tutor. I have excellent time management skills and extensive experience in preparing engaging lessons adhering to the curriculum and each students’ learning needs and style.
Reflecting on my personal educational experience, external reading and modules I’ve taken up on teaching on top of my degree, I appreciate the impact the teachers make on the lives of young people. Furthermore, I believe that the skills and knowledge acquired throughout a young person’s education academically and personally has an immeasurable influence on their future. Therefore, as a tutor, I teach the material critically, specifically by expanding on the “whys” and the “hows” behind different techniques which would then encourage the students to look at the world more critically.
Additionally, I believe that understanding the reasoning behind each step from a young age is essential to strengthen their independent problem solving skills. Moreover, I believe this is pivotal in reducing maths anxiety, a common type of anxiety many suffer from which has proven to have an adverse effect on academic performance and motivation levels of students across all years.
My Educational Ethos
Throughout my experience as a teaching assistant, I have noticed that many students across all year groups abandon questions if it seems unfamiliar or difficult at first glance. However, when broken down in to steps students are capable of either working out a few of the steps towards the correct answer or reaching the complete answer by themselves.
I believe that one of the main reasons leading to this is the students’ lack of confidence in their ability and knowledge. Therefore, as part of my teaching process I focus on bridging the gap between classwork and being able to adapt their learnings to solve problems.
1. Starter activity
To build their confidence and reinforce their learnings, I start each of my lessons with a starter activity. This would include few questions on the material they have learned in previous lessons or the learnings directly relevant to the material covered in that lesson. I feel that this gives the students the opportunity to refresh their memory and skills whilst subtly drawing attention to the tools necessary for that lesson. These review activities and regular exercises help commit their learnings to long term memory leading to improved academic results.
For example, if the lesson was about using the circle theorems to find the angle x in a circle, I would start my lesson with a fun activity involving circle theorems.
2. Frequent reviewing sessions
Similarly, I like to commit half an hour to an hour per month reviewing and refreshing the material they’ve learnt over the course of the month. This is a great opportunity for the students to ask questions and brush up on their skills. Furthermore, this gives me an opportunity to review their understanding and focus on the divisions I feel could be improved. These reviewing sessions ensure effective learning as most of the material is built upon previous skills and learnings and consolidating the underpinning topics is key, especially in Mathematics.
I believe the exercises given to the student must be tailored to their educational level and include questions which stretch their understanding to reach their maximum potential. This is because the first few exercises must build their confidence and then that can confidence can be used to introduce and encourage students to attempt more challenging problems.
With my lessons, I adapt the exercises per student depending on their ability because I strongly believe that this is the most effective method of teaching as no two students are the same. As a private tutor, I believe that this is the perfect opportunity for the students to gain the most personalised and therefore most effective lessons. Therefore, I make my lessons highly adaptive to cater to the needs and educational level of the students to enable them to reach their maximum results.
4. The whys and the hows
If the students understand the underpinning concepts behind each method, then I believe that leads to better results. A majority of the times, students are taught each method as a set of instructions. However, I believe that this is not the most effective way of teaching or learning as this does not promote independent problem solving skills and the likelihood of confusion increases if the students were to learn a set of processes per each topic. Therefore, I teach topics by placing emphasis on the objective of the problem and explaining why each step is taken.
I believe that education should be focused on the individual needs, and engage students in the process of their learning. I believe that all students have strengths and acquired knowledge, and the purpose of education is to assist students in identifying and building upon these.
One-on-one tutoring gives the opportunity for the teachings to be catered to the individual style and needs of the student which is not fulfilled to the same extent in school. Therefore, tutoring is the perfect opportunity for the student to reach their maximum potential because unlike in schools, these lessons will be going at a pace that is right for the student. Thus, it gives them the opportunity to master all areas.
For these reasons, my lessons are unique and made with the student in mind to cater to their individual needs and learning styles. This is how I ensure the students reach their maximum potential!
Hey! I m Dan. I m a young and passionate mathematician, with a joint math degree from Imperial College London and MIT.
During high school I went to Maths Olympiads and now I am studying for a PhD. I like explaining maths, talking about maths or anything related to www.*** I also like teaching. It s something that I think I can make a difference in.
I strongly believe teaching should be more like a guided self-education process. For an extensive list of past tutoring experience, please consult the 'Teaching Experience' section.
I usually do sessions of 1. 5 to 2 hours. I feel this is a good duration to accumulate knowledge and not get too tired. I usually prepare exercise ahead of the session to consolidate the topic we discuss. I am looking forward to teach for any of these subjects, as well as for any other similar international qualifications/ university admission tests/maths university www.*** Experience
2 years of private tutoring in London. My most relevant teaching experience is:
-GCSE and IGCSE (4 months)-A Levels -Pure and further pure (all modules), S1,S2 (1 year)-American/ International syllabus (9 months)-IB Further Math (5 months-online)-Pearson Functional Math Test (only a few sessions, before exam)-Olympiad (2 months, over the summer)-Oxford & Imperial admission test- MAT (privately and during the summer of 2020 via Imperial)-University (about 10-20 sessions, mainly in person with Maths/CS majors from Imperial, UCL,Birkbeck and online with a Maths and Music undergraduate from Leeds)
First year tutor at Imperial College London (9 months)I feel my ability of teaching is best reflected at highscool, university admission tests / university level. I have an excellent understanding of Mathematics (supported by my results at Imperial College, where I scored in top 5%), which allows to me draw connections between fields and explain concepts in easier terms. I am positive this helps me instill a sense of confidence in my tutees.
Nevertheless, I have extensive experience tutoring at other levels too and I always try to match individual needs.
An enthusiastic and experienced KS2, KS3 and KS4 maths teacher with a solid academic experience, offers maths lesson. First lesson free!
My studies and work experience, both in Italy and in the UK, equipped me with a solid subject knowledge in Mathematics and sciences and how to teach them www.*** ;
After 6 years of teaching experience (incuding online live lessons) in national schools and colleges, I am keen on implementing my career and developing a successful career as Maths online tutor.
In my recent experience, I have been tutoring a group of pupils since year 7 pupils preparing actions plans and individual teaching plans when required, arranged sessions for the UKMT Maths challenge, wrote references to colleges for year 11 pupils, arranged maths intervention to contribute to raise department achievements and was involved in schools’ extra curricula sport and music www.*** ;
My educational philosophy encompasses a series of key points as follows:
1) Students need to learn as much as they need food, clothing and shelter. An educator’s job is to fill that primal need for learning by creating engaging and relevant learning experiences every www.*** ;
2) Teachers should treat students as active participants in the learning process.
3) Be strongly aligned with student-centred learning involving exploration, discovery, experiential learning, and the production of high quality work.
4) Students need oral and written feedback to improve. Teachers need to gather data on student performance to adjust the learning environment and instruction so that they can target students' learning needs. Teachers administer pre-tests to find a starting point for learning and post-tests to determine the students' increase in performance level as well as the teachers' effectiveness.
5) Students need structure and appropriate repetition to learn. A teacher should be able to organize a standards-based lesson sequence, successfully implement the plan, and then evaluate student www.*** ;
6) Be able to create an exciting learning environment that makes it difficult for students not to learn. A teacher should know how to include all students in learning at their own level, and a teacher should be able to inspire the students to push themselves to the next level.
7) Students need tools and resources. They should have skills and strategies to be able to work effectively in the different levels of the cognitive domain as defined by Benjamin Bloom. Students should also be aware of their own learning preferences, and teachers should assist with creating a plan to develop other learning www.*** ;
8) A teacher has to be prepared to adopt multiple roles in the classroom (facilitator, teacher, instructor, coach, consultant, counsellor, and mentor) as well as a proper use of the Teaching Assistant.
9) Being genuine and modelling trust can significantly help establish a successful learning environment and maintain a collaborative climate in the classroom.
10) A good teacher needs an excellent subject knowledge and a high willingness to push himself to a higher www.*** ;
I am an enthusiastic and inspiring Maths teacher and tutor with over 20 years of experience. My goal is to find the best possible approach of explaining Mathematics to students of all abilities, helping them to overcome difficulties they encounter in the subject, whether it is a subconscious bloc or even anxiety and feeling of "I can't do it". Each student has a unique set of skills and requires individual approach to get a maximum benefit of combining those skills in learning how to master the subject.
Under my coaching, confident students further perfect their technique and achieve their best grades. With those who find Maths difficult, I discover their areas of strength and we develop them and build upon them to help overcome shortcomings in other areas. In the process students often find out they can do much more that they initially thought and with encouragement, they lose fear of Maths and often start enjoying the process, especially as they start being more and more successful.
Over the years, I was a witness to many success stories, exam passes that enabled students to continue in their chosen education path, all the way to A star grades in A level and Further Maths with students actually choosing to study Maths at University.
I studied for degrees in Mathematics at Keele University and Oxford University and have over 35 years teaching experience in Private Schools, Grammar Schools and Colleges.
I am also a tutor for Oxford Home Schooling and for The Open University, and am an approved tutor for tutorsandexams.
I have had articles published in "Mathematics in Schools" and several worksheets on teachitmaths.
I have provided private tuition also for about 35 years now, and have had literally hundreds of successful students credited to my record over that time.
I provide a very professional service and tutor not only those at school, but also to adults.
I pride myself in providing first class tuition through my years of experience and excellent subject knowledge. Having set many exams over the years I teach students precisely how to answer exam questions to maximise their marks.
I cater for all levels and all ages: Basic Maths, Grammar School Entrance Exams, 11+, 13+, SATs, GCSE, AS/A Level, Further Maths, etc.
I am a very dedicated and determined teacher who believes in spending time with pupils to help them understand the subjects they are learning. I am qualified, friendly and experienced teacher dedicated to student learning.
I feel that I am able to connect with pupils through my friendly and personable nature. I love teaching and have the determination to provide the best possible education to my students. I am flexible, patient, and understanding. I am extremely keen to explore creativity within the curriculum, and am committed to high expectation and achievement whilst looking to make learning more accessible and fun.
I am keen to be assigned to a position that will help me build up on my skills and grow as a professional in order to make me the best teacher that I am able to be.
Physics and maths lessons - Basingstoke, UK.
I am a polite, patient and friendly DBS-certified University lecturer, with a passion for teaching. Being lecturer means I not only have all the academic understanding and knowledge required to be a fantastic and thorough tutor, but I can also sympathise with my tutees about the quirks and difficulties of educational mathematics and tailor the experience to make sure they reach their full potential. I will also motivate my tutees in their study of mathematics and demonstrate how it is both a beautiful subject in its own right and an invaluable tool in the real world. The courses I offer tuition in are: - A-Level Mathematics and Further Mathematics. Outside of my teaching, I enjoy cycling, playing badminton and cooking. In addition to providing tuition in Loughborough, I offer home tutoring in areas within 5 miles of Loughborough (at a marginally higher cost). I also offer Online Tuition; however, I highly recommend having lessons face-to-face (once we are out of lockdown). In the interest of maintaining high-quality tuition, I much prefer to not have every lesson online, but instead using my online services as a method of continuity. I believe (and have witnessed!) that everybody learns differently, and effective teaching comes from incorporating these differences; so, I will provide an environment for learning that is completely malleable to my tutees` needs. Fundamentally though, mathematics requires both an understanding of a topic and sufficient practice, so each session will split the time between these two. I encourage my tutees to steer each session towards their needs (and interests) - for example, particular difficulties with one topic or more detailed explanations and applications of another - which will not only ensure that they maximise the efficiency of their learning but also will build their own confidence in their abilities.
A highly experienced, motivated and enthusiastic Local Government manager with extensive experience in Teaching, Training, Finance, Business and Service Development, including twenty seven and a half years with the Kent County Council, which have involved eleven years within a Multi Agency Environment, and three spells within the KCC Education environment. An ability to work to tight timescales to ensure that business targets are achieved, reporting on performance, and budget management. Computer literate notably in Excel, Word and Outlook, with a high level of keyboard skills, with particular emphasis on attention to detail. Excellent interpersonal and organisational skills, with an ability to communicate at all levels within the business. Capable of managing a team and working as a team member, and also as an individual on required projects. Has played a key role in developing the Governments Children’s Centres initiative across Kent. Continued experience of working with Young People via Scouting, Sports Coaching (Mainly Athletics), and as Treasurer and Chair of son’s Catholic Primary School Friend’s Association. Have been a School Governor with responsibility for Resources and Health and Safety Committees.
Teaching speciality is helping Youngsters and more mature Students with the importance of Maths and alternative approached. Also experienced in providing Work Experience and career opportunities for Young People.
Mathematics, Further Maths and Ancient Greek, Latin (Classics) and Astronomy teacher in Battle, UK.
"Henry was a fantastic tutor with comprehensive knowledge of not only the A-Level syllabus, but also the content required to sit MAT/STEP for admissions into maths course. He understood our needs well and was able to provided targeted support and helped out immensely with not only maths skills in general, but also the university admissions process." (J. Wei, Sep 2020)
"Henry has been tutoring my daughter Maths for around 6 months now. Henry is not only extremely good at Maths but is also excellent at teaching the subject effectively. Henry's passion for Maths is quite contagious and has very quickly turned around my daughter's negative attitude towards Maths to her now considering Maths for her A levels! That is quite an incredible achievement by Henry and I cannot thank my lucky stars enough to have found Henry. We have been strongly recommending Henry for Maths tuition to our close friends and family and would like to do the same on here." (B. Nanu, June 2018)
"My daughter in Year 11 has struggled with specific Maths topics such as graphs, circle theorems, and polygons. I wanted to find a tutor with capability and awareness of the current GCSE syllabus. Lucky for us we found Henry’s profile and got in touch. His approachable, calm and clear style, and excellent knowledge, has already had an impact and I can see a renewed confidence in my daughter. She is even considering Maths at A Level! I cannot rate Henry as a GCSE Maths tutor highly enough." (J. de Villiers, Oct 2018)
"Henry has been a huge help in getting my daughter confident in maths again. He has been patient and his approach to filling in the gaps and teaching exam techniques has helped improve test results - this will hopefully put her in a good place for the final A level exam. Thank you!" (D Shingadia, Dec 2018)
Maths and Further Maths lessons in Ware, UK.
Hi! My name is Tom and I will be graduating from Durham University in June 2020 with an MMath (Hons) Mathematics, where I am predicted a first class. During my school years, I received 12A*s in my GCSE exams, as well as two A*s in maths and further maths at A Level, receiving full UMS in all but one of my final year exams. At Durham I have focused on pure mathematics, studying Algebraic Topology, Riemannian Geometry, Representation Theory and much more. In addition I received the John Crowther prize for performance in third year exams.
I have experience teaching GCSE and A Level maths to students from a variety of backgrounds, this has mainly been on a 1-1 basis.
I am a firm believer in problem based learning for maths. Most of our sessions will involve working through problems together. In addition, I will set weekly homework (not too long, don't worry!) to aid in the learning. I will mark these before the next session and we will discuss any problems together. In addition, after each session I will produce a short summary of our session, pointing out key facts and problems that the student should be aware of and need to focus www.*** am convinced everyone can do well in maths. I hope to instil a confidence in my tutees that maths isn't too bad and that it is certainly doable, hopefully even enjoyable!
As a current third year Physics with Theoretical Physics student at King's College London, I have an unrivalled experience in both Physics and Mathematics that I can share with you. I have received awards from my university for achieving the highest first year laboratory results and have achieved a First in both my first and second year results. Furthermore, I achieved 5 A*s at GCSE and 3 As at A-levels, and I can help you achieve the same.
I have had several years of teaching experience in a few different areas. I am currently working at a tutoring centre where I help students develop their skills in a large array of subjects. I have also had professional tutoring experience with MyTutor where I have tutored students for A-Level and GCSE Maths and Physics for over a year, helping students to achieve the grades they require. With MyTutor I provided support to students over a video call, helping them with homework problems and achieving the grades they wanted.
I used to be member of my school's academic mentor team and eventually helped to run and organise the academic mentors. Our role was to provide support to younger students studying for their GCSEs. I would meet up with one or two younger students over lunchtimes and provide support and tuition in Maths, Physics and Chemistry. I partook in the academic mentor team for two years.
Further to this, I was a member of my school's Combined Cadet Forces where I was trained in how to prepare and deliver lessons to younger cadets and was later given the responsibility of training them. My time leading cadets in the CCF taught me how to effectively deliver information to people and the importance of suiting my teaching style to different people. I have also given support to some of my friends with EFL tasks and would often try and explain the mistakes that they may have made. This helped me to learn how to communicate ideas in an effective manner to people who are not entirely fluent in English.
Recently graduated from the University of Nottingham with a Masters degree in Mathematics, helping students of any level looking to work hard to achieve desired grades and beyond.
Specialising in GCSE/Alevel, results driven, taking on students and parents wanting to exceed expectations.
I am an expert Mathematics and Physics teacher with international exposure and three main languages. My schooling started in the Lebanon, giving me fluency in Arabic and English and strength in French. As my schooling developed through the International school system in Nigeria and finally graduating with a Lebanese Baccalaureate in Mathematics, I received a fully funded scholarship to pursue Mathematics at the University of Michigan Dearborn and then a partly funded MSc scholarship to specialize in Operations Research at the University of Edinburgh and a MBA from London School of Business and Finance.
My passion for teaching had always been part of my career path. I had the privilege of teaching in several parts of the world catering for a variety of educational systems including GCSE, IGCSE, A-Level, IB, Lebanese Baccalaureate and others. I also taught at University level courses such as Mathematics, Statistics, Operations Research, Electricity for Engineering. I think my life experiences and the diversity in my work experience makes me an excellent communicator and teacher.
Mathematics and Further Maths lessons in Guildford, UK.
I am a Heads of Mathematics at an independent secondary boarding and day school in Kent who has a strong focus on integrating technology into the classroom given my background in Computer Science and Mathematics. I have recently finished my MEd at Cambridge University which gave me further tools to best support the students in my classroom and have been tutoring students up to A level in Mathematics and Further Mathematics (Edexcel, IGCSE, Level 2 Further Maths, etc) for the last 6 years.
Over 25 years experience of tutoring Mathematics and Further Mathematics and as an examiner. Chess training.
Over 10 years teaching mathematics at high school. S1 to advanced Higher.
I will tutor on line. Happy to do small groups.
Mathematics and Further Maths lessons in Birmingham, UK.
I have 30 years experience teaching maths and further maths and am currently doing so at Sandbach School.
I have just graduated from the University of Cambridge with a degree in Economics. Alongside tutoring in Maths, Further Maths and Economics for Secondary School ages, I can offer university application advice, personal statement drafting, entrance exam preparation, and interview preparation.
Maths, physics and chemistry lessons in Aylesbury, UK.
I have taught maths for 20 years now, teaching from year 6 to A Level Further Maths. I have done 1 to 1 tutoring for many years.
As a teacher and tutor for over 12 years I have worked with children from year 5 to year 13 and of a range of abilities.