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 a caring and patient qualified teacher with over 5 years experience teaching Early Years and Primary age children. I have a breath of classroom experience, I have worked with a wide range of students including those with special educational needs. Since 2018 I have been tutoring face to face, I always tailor the level of work covered to the individual student’s needs. To develop both their self confidence and attainment levels. I am really enjoying helping my students reach their potential. I teach all subject areas of Early Years and Primary Curriculum including: Maths, English, Phonics, Reading, Writing, Handwriting and Science in line with the Early Years and Primary Curriculum in your home or online.
How would you describe your teaching style?
During the first lesson I assess your child's needs through activities and discussion with yourself and your child. I tailor lessons to the child's needs and to reflect their interests, I like to include games and practical activities whenever possible. I continually assess progress to determine next steps in their learning.
Tell us about your experience?
I have over 5 years experience teaching both the Early years and Primary curriculums. I also have one to one tuition experience most recently with year 5 and Year 6 pupils with good results. I tailor the level of work covered to the individual student’s needs. To develop both their self confidence and attainment levels.
What locations do you tutor in?
Bristol and North Somerset
What is your personal message to students?
I look forward to working with you and your child. To help your child to become a confident and happy learner.
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.
I have over 20 years experience in education. My specialism is maths and science but I have planned and taught English lessons throughout my teaching career. I am based in Edinburgh, Scotland but have extensice experience working with online programmes and tutoring individuals and groups.
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.
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.
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.
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.*** ;
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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.
I am an experienced Science teacher able to offfer Maths and Science to GCSE level. I have written Revision guides for Science for Collins publishers for KS3 and GCSE. I am also an examiner for AQA Science (Biology). As an ex SENCo I have worked with students with a range of special needs. I have a DRB on the update service. I also have a curent safeguarding certificate (July 2020) from UK Coaching
I am extremely experienced in ensuring young people enjoy science and reach their potential at gcse level. I have taught and tutored all 3 sciences for nearly 20 years inside the classroom and in the home and have nearly ten years of experience and knowledge of marking for the three main exam boards of gcse science.
I have tutored hundreds of students and guarantee I can help your son/daughter reach their potential.
My background is in environmental biology.
I love experimental science and ecology. My current students say that I make online lessons really interesting.
I have many many years experience working with learners in the secondary school context and other contexts, such as scouting, waste education, and with my own children, now 13 and 20.
I have successfully tutored students who struggle with school, or are having problems with their confidence.
Please get in touch if you think I could help your child.
I have over forty years' experience of private tuition to students aged 3 to adult. I have taught maths and English to all ages, including preparing students for entrance exams and adult candidates for the QTS skills tests. I have worked with those for whom English is not their first language, to help them improve their skills.
I have also led after school tuition centres for 25 years. Currently centres are open in Crofton and Wrenthorpe and serve students from Leeds, Pontefract and Barnsley as well as the greater Wakefield area. The centres provide individualised study programmes in maths, English and science for students aged 3 to 16 (or GCSE pass) in a friendly, supportive environment. A free assessment is carried out to ascertain what materials would best suit each student. Assessments are also carried out on an ongoing basis to monitor progress. Fees are reasonable; discounts apply for siblings and multiple subjects.
Hello all! My name is Matt and I am 24 and just about to start my 4th year teaching having started at my school after University and now wish to offer tuition services after school hours in a range of subjects and preparation for 11+ examinations and grammar school entry. In my current post I am a Year 6 form tutor, Head of Computing whilst also teaching 2 English classes and a variety of PE and Games lessons. I find that my young age enables me to personalise learning easily, building productive working relationships with children built through humour, trust and common interests.
I specialise in finding innovative methods of teaching, especially for those with learning difficulties as it is my belief that all children are capable if given the right tools to succeed, which can sometimes be a simple fix or more complex. Either way, I take it on myself to try a range of things that may help each individual as every child's mind functions in different ways; this has paid off in my previous classes, especially in regard to creative writing.
I am relatively flexibile outside of normal school hours and would be more than happy to discuss sessions to best suit individual needs in regard to time, location and subject(s). Please do not hesitate to get in touch with any queries.
I completed my secondary science PGCE in 2015. I am a Biology specialist, however, I have good subject knowledge and experience of teaching in all three sciences. I am also highly adaptable. I have taught across key stage 3 and key stage 4, including year 11 groups who I taught physics, chemistry and biology. I have been included in general CPD in schools and also in departmental moderation of marking across GCSE. I have taught at several Sheffield schools including High Storrs, Sheffield Park Academy, Sheffield Springs Academy, Birley Community College, Firth Park Academy and Forge Valley School. I have been tutoring for over a year and I teach science, geography and maths GCSE both higher and foundation level. I've taught the content for AQA, Edexcel and OCR exam boards. I also tutor 6th form students in both year 12 and 13 at Biology A Level. I have tutored students through university foundation courses for healthcare and education degree courses. I can also tutor maths and science for university GCSE equivalency exams. Science and maths education is something I have always been passionate about and I try to encourage students to share this passion. It is vital to ensure that all students receive the best education possible and it is my belief that they should receive it in a caring and supportive environment. I refuse to believe that any student cannot succeed in a subject, especially something as versatile and flexible as science and maths, there is always a way to get through to any student. While this is more of a personal belief, I have yet to see anything to the contrary. I have been involved with extra-curricular activities; film club, lunch and break duties, corridor patrols and form activities. I have also received weekly training sessions by specialists in school on teaching both SEN and EAL students and improving my own pedagogy.
I offer instrumental teaching in Clarinet, Piano, Flute. I am also able to screen for Dyslexia.
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.
During my experience as a teacher I have developed a range of strategies to support a wide variety of needs and abilities. I am passionate about ensuring that all my children reach their potential.
As a secondary school teacher, I know and anticipate the needs of my pupils and endeavour to make sure that their needs are met effectively and www.*** ;
Part of my role is to bridge the gaps in knowledge to ensure that students are making progress and to push them to go from borderline grade 3 to 4 and similarly from borderline grade 6 to 7. I effectively plan strategies based on the individual needs of my pupils and work closely with them and the parents to achieve desired www.*** ;
An outstanding teacher I possess expertise in many different and contemporary teaching and learning techniques. I currently train teachers in improving their practice and teach Science (Chemistry, Physics and Biology). I am able to help you with applying mathematical skills in Science. My qualifications include an MA in Education Inovatin in Science. So I aim to make the tutition as engaging as possible, while my students achieve the highest outcomes. I can deliver lessons through Teams, Zoom or Skype. I used examination questions to assess your progress and build your confidence by developing your ability to apply your subject knowledge and exam technique.
I have been a teaching for four years in a secondary school in Blackpool.
I have significant experience in teaching all aspects of science in KS3 and KS4.
I have also tutored many students, of all abilities, helping them achieve their goals.
I have gained my QTS from London South Bank University, London and have 16+ experience in teaching in London Secondary schools.
Chemistry, biology, physics and general science lessons in Maidstone, UK.
A busy Mum of two, used to be a middle manager in Manchester school but moved to Lincolnshire 10yrs ago with my husband and new baby daugher, another daughter came along soon after. Now our girls are getting older I have a little time to spare to help students improve their general science, GCSE science in any science disipine or provide help with A level Chemistry. I am still teaching and so am up to date with the current 9-1 GCSE science specs. I can tutor you at my home or online. Very friendly and patient.
I have been in education for over 25 years and have gained a vast amount of experinece in the classroom with children from nursery to year 6 inclusive and have also tutored children in recpeption to year 11 inclusive.
I believe in building on strengths and planning individual programmes for each tutee based on these and their preferred learning method. I do not believe in sticking to what the government expect children to be able to do but work to the level the tutee is at enabling them to achieve their true potential.
I have successfully tutored children with special educational needs including dyslexia where I have seen reading ages increase by 2 years in the space of 6 months. I have enabled year 6 children to achieve beyond their predicted score in SATs and have a 100% record with 11+ and independent school entrance exams - indeed 2 of my tutees gained scholarships to a school that only gives 2 a year.
Please feel free to visit my website for more testimonials and information. www.***
I have been a secondary science teacher for over 10 years, teaching chemistry up to A-level and the 3 sciences to GCSE level.
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.
I went into teaching as it has always been my passion to try to make a difference in children's lives.
After careful consideration I decided to leave mainstream education and set up my own learning centre using kinaesthetic activities with play therapy.
The centre also offers meditation in order to promote wellbeing in body, mind and spirit.
I believe children are all individual and no two children are the same.
My motto is "when a flower doesn't bloom you fix the environment in which it grows, not the flower"
I enjoy working creatively with children and I am aware of the different mind friendly learning techniques that can be used to facilitate effective learning. I incorporate these techniques into my www.*** ;I believe that children need a firm foundation in basic literacy and numeracy skills in order to be able to flourish in other areas of the www.*** ;I understand that continuity and progression in learning is vital and my planning and teaching reflect this.
I am a very dedicated teacher who specialises in biology but am confident in all three sciences.
I aim to make learning as engaging as possible for all abilities.
I think that my enthusiasm for the subject comes across in my teaching, especially in a one to one setting.
I currently use the AQA specification but am very familiar with Edexcel also.
I love teaching and I love tutoring as it allows more focus on specific areas as well as identifying the child’s areas of strength and weakness.
I can teach these subjects in English, French and British Sign Language. I am employed as a support/activity worker and sale assistant. I am also a volunteer online tutor with RefuNet and volunteer Brownie leader. I have a degree in human biology and HND in French. From September, I will be completing PGCE in Primary Education. My hobbies and interests include creative writing, researching the Titanic and collecting related memorabilia, voluntary and charity work, listening to music and most forms of arts/crafts. I am based in Southport but I am willing to travel up to 1 mile. I have a vast amount of experience with all ages and abilities. Regularly, I baby sit, 2 boys, one of whom has autism and the other has ADHD.
I am a fully qualified teacher and I teach both biology and chemistry GCSE as well as the primary www.*** a passion for developing children understanding of science through varied methods of teaching to meet the needs of www.*** specialise in GCSE biology and chemistry as well as 13 plus exams for science (rates differ for the latter). I guild a First Class Honours graduate in Biochemistry and have 18 years experience using my degree in the pharmaceutical industry working with healthcare professionals. I am a patient and professional tutor, with a flexible approach to suit the individual needs of each student. I am incredibly passionate about the subjects I teach to enhance and enrich the lives of my www.*** love the opportunity that tutoring gives me to impart my subject knowledge to others. I am experienced at teaching in classroom situations, and tutoring in small group and one-to-one www.*** addition to teaching and tutoring, I am a fully qualified netball coach and welfare officer for the local football.