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.
I am an experienced and passionate teacher and tutor for 9 years. I really enjoy sharing my knowledge and experience! I use different techniques and strategies to keep students engaged and maximize the progress of learning at their own paces. I motivate students to surpass their potentials. I offer tailored teaching as I know each student is different. I visualize the problems and use analogies to make them easier for students to understand. I have wide horizons, I was studying also materials engineering and linguistics and I'm fascinated about technology&programming&sciences and history&culture&geography. I graduated from Molecular Biophysics (Bachelor) and now I am studying Bioinformatics and Biology of the Systems (Masters).
A positive atmosphere in classes is very important for me.
I hope to meet you in the class/session!
Chemistry and General Science lessons in London, UK.
Head of Science and then Director of Teaching and Learning at a major UK prep school.
PE, physics and science lessons in London, UK.
Following completion of A-Levels in History, English Literature and Health and Social Care, I began my career in education through obtaining a degree in primary education, specialising in the arts and humanities. I have taught children ranging from 4-11 in addition to gaining experience in EAL, SEN and training in BR@P and Prevent. I have further experience as a nursery nurse and a childminders assistant focusing on preparing early years children for school. Throughout this time, I have developed a child-centred approach to teaching by observing the child and tailoring to their individual needs based on personality, learning style and level.
Science lessons in London, England.
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Please do not hesitate to contact me if you would like to find out any more.
My name is Hannah and I absolutely adore my current job as a teacher, my available tutoring hours are a reflection of my busy schedule as a class teacher.
I have worked in Hackney for 5 years as a class based teacher. I am extremely passionate about the job I do and cannot wait to work alongside some of your children to help develop their confidence in their learning.
I am DBS checked and can send any certificates and more information to you on request.
Having worked as a teacher for 5 years, I know the importance of developing children's learning utilising the primary national curriculum to support this.
Through quality first outstanding teaching, I will help to develop your child's understanding of the different curriculum areas and work alongside you to decide their next steps.
I will ensure that teaching is both personalised and enjoyable for your children and can offer additional support and advice to parents on homework and reading strategies that may best support you.
I look forward to hearing from you.
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I offer tailored private tutoring to build confidence and stretch high achievers using my many years of teaching experience.
At WinA Tutors, we work independently with each student though in a group setting with an average of 4-6 students per tutor and a maximum of eight students where the learning plans are similar.
The learning plans are individually developed and agreed with the tutor and where progress is made, targets will be reviewed following periodic formative assessments.
The student is encouraged to eventually take control of his/her development plan thereby moving from a dependent to an independent learner.
General science lessons in London, UK.
I grew up and completed all my schooling in north London, in the beautiful suburb of East Finchley – home of one of the oldest cinemas in England and the UK Head Office of McDonalds! Graduating in Psychology from Bristol University in 2000 led me to further my interest in cognitive and developmental psychology by completing an MSc in Child Development at the Institute of Education (University College – London). I have experience working with children with special needs (autistic spectrum disorders, dyslexia) as well as being a member of several developmental research teams both at the Institute of Psychiatry (Kings College, London) and the Institute of Child Health (University College, London
After spending some time working for the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority and the Department of Education in London I took some time out and spent 6 months in Kenya where I partook in some voluntary work, working on several education and health-based projects in partnership with the Aga Khan Foundation as well as travelling extensively through eastern and southern Africa on a truck safari for 2 months.
On my return to London I went back to the Department of Education where I really learnt first-hand what it is like behind the scenes of education, getting involved in policy/decision making and question selection of examinations. This is where my interest in teaching really grew. My passion was always to work with young people and teaching is definitely a career like no other, so in 2003 I finally took the step and completed the Primary PGCE at Cambridge University. I have been teaching the British Curriculum since 2005 in inner city London schools (Grades 1 to 5). From the word go I immersed myself fully into school life- both within the classroom and amongst the wider school community. I have held key management responsibilities across all schools that I have worked in such as Head of Key Stage 2 (7-11 years), Year 5 (Grade 4) Leader and Gifted and Talented coordinator, to name a few. I worked with gifted writers in Grade 1 to develop their descriptive writing skills and set up a young journalist group with high performing writers in Grades 4 and 5, publishing a school newspaper every term.
I decided to make the move to the Middle East in 2014, moving to Doha initially, where I was Head of Year 5 (Grade 4) at a large 6-form entry school with predominantly Qatari children. This role involved introducing and implementing a more creative topic-based curriculum and teaching a class of 28 Qatari boys. I moved to Dubai in 2015 and have been teaching here ever since, most recently at the Swiss school where I teach Grade 4 and developed leadership skills through the Primary School Council.
As part of my travel and through voluntary work, I have visited a number of schools in both Kenya, Tanzania and Malawi (working on a project promoting health and hygiene, as well as advising on special educational needs)– where in some classes there are over 100 children all eager to learn with barely any resources or technology! One of my passions is travelling and finding out about different cultures and traditions – having travelled extensively in Europe, North America, Africa, South-East Asia and the Indian subcontinent. Charity is another one of my passions, having set up a charity in my last London school to provide clean water (boreholes) and proper toilet facilities to schools in Mombasa – Kenya. I have most recently been involved in initiatives set up by Dubai Cares and the WE Organisation. I enjoy encouraging children to show an interest in the world, to be curious about different countries and cultures and to be internationally-minded, bringing in all our experiences and backgrounds into the classroom setting. My other interests lie in art, particularly contemporary, abstract and impressionist art – you will often find me around Alserkal Avenue or at Cinema Akil or visiting various art exhibitions in Sharjah. I enjoy keeping fit, playing squash and the more extreme sports such as sky diving and bungee jumping. Most recently I have taken up stand up paddling and a bit of yoga!
My philosophy in life has been to never judge a book by its cover – in teaching to not make preconceived judgements about a child without getting to know them inside out. I allow every child an equal chance, the opportunity to be inquisitive and to be able to ask lots of questions.
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I have gained my QTS from London South Bank University, London and have 16+ experience in teaching in London Secondary schools.
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I am a young enthusiastic Science Teacher who is pаtient, friendly аnd successful. I love my job as a classroom teacher and tutor. I tutor Science at all levels up to GCSE and Biology at A Level. I hаve а gооd sense оf humоur and I аm used tо teaching in 1:1 situаtiоns. My аpprоаch is tо bооst а students` confidence in а relаxed envirоnment resulting in greаter success, enjoyment аnd self-belief.
I have been a qualified teacher for 8 years. I taught Science for 3 years in a state school and I currently teach Science in an independent specialist school. I have been tutoring Science for over 7 years now, helping meet students individual needs and ensuring they fulfill their potential.
I have worked with students of all abilities and have current experience of working with students with special needs.
I have taught all the major exam boards including AQA, Edexcel (including IGCSE), OCR and Cambridge IGCSE. I also have experience in helping with controlled assessments and BTEC work.
Please feel free to contact me for any other information and I will be happy to help.
It must be just over 20 years ago that I began what was to be an epic adventure into tutoring. It all started when a neighbour who i was in a band with, asked me to teach his daughter the piano. I had been toying with the idea of teaching but this was an opportune time to let myself in gently. As it happened, it wasnt my finest hour as it was at the very beginning of a long learning curve, made all the more difficult because she had me down as dad's mate 'uncle Dave the keyboard player' not tutor Mr www.***
But undeterred I carried on and began tutoring Maths to some GCSE students heading towards their GCSEs. All were borderline and that's in the days when exams really were about pass or fail! I worked hard at it but also being honest about my lack of experience. To my delight, all the students came away with far higher grades than they had been predicted achieving in many cases B's.
Around that time I attended a career advice interview - still unsure whether i should be straying from electronics jobs. To my surprise the lady picked up the fact i'd recently started tutoring and asked me to tutor for a tutor college she'd set up.
I taught Maths and English at Kidklubb off and on for ten years until the lady closed the school to bring up her young www.*** ;
I've taught groups, adults, special needs students but the mainstay of course has been private 1-2-1 www.*** ;
Now the advent of the virus has moved lessons online - something which i had been looking to do but lockdown has brought a renewed impetus. So now marks another chapter in my tutoring with lessons online using zoom or Google hangouts.
In my time I have achieved excellent results with students and to date I've not had one fail though of course with the new grading system that's www.*** ;
No lesson is quite the same. Every student is unique and at their own stage. That's why I dont make rules that don't exist: I tailor each lesson to suit the particular needs of the student in question. With pupils at a more advanced stage, the student may have a clear idea of what they want to get out of the lesson. Lessons can be student-driven in which case they point me to topic areas they want to cover. It may be a methodical revision over the topics in chronoligical order or targeting a topic area. It may be a matter of going over the subject matter or just doing worked www.*** ;
I usually set homework but it is the student's time and i endeavour to work around their specific requirements and circumstances.
I have over 25 years years experience in teaching science and Biology. During that time I have helped students achieve results that they are proud of, no matter what their starting point. As a Head of Sixth Form, I also have extensive experience in helping students prep for university tests (BMAT/UKCAT) and interviews.