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 am a Primary school teacher, Teach First Ambassador and personal development writer and coach. I have experience working in a variety of different primary schools with children of all ages and needs, including SEND and EAL children. I am available to tutor EYFS, KS1 and KS2 Maths, Writing, Reading and History either online or in person locally. I offer a free initial consultation (either online or in person) to meet your child, see if we are a good fit and gain an understanding of your child's needs and priorities.
Perceptual difficulties affect not only reading, spelling, maths and handwriting but a whole range of everyday functioning, including self-esteem and behaviour.
Research recognises that early learning experiences affect later development and if one stage is missed out or not fully grasped, the future development may be impaired and the individual has to find ways to compensate. The Perceptual Enrichment Programme has been designed to integrate the different stages of perceptual development, to develop neural pathways and to stimulate the frontal processing area of the brain.
When a child learns to relate to the world he or she passes through various stages of development, each stage building upon the previous one. Concrete operations such as matching, remembering, recognising familiar shapes in unfamiliar settings, identifying a whole object from it's parts and understanding how shapes relate to each other, are all a basis for understanding increasingly more complex concepts. For example, in order to think in abstract terms, one must have a firm understanding of how parts go together to make a whole, and to categorize, one must be able to observe detail.
Initially if a child is unable to see how parts go together to make a whole, or is unable to sequence, he or she may find it difficult to see how letters go together to make words, and how words combine to make sentences.
Handwriting, Writing, Numeracy, Maths, Science, Phonics, Clarinet, Singing, and Art lessons in Brighton, UK.
I can teach these subjects in English, French and British Sign Language. I am employed as a support/activity worker and sales assistant. I am also a volunteer online tutor with RefuNet and a volunteer Brownie leader. I have a degree in human biology and an 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 babysit 2 boys, one of whom has autism and the other has ADHD.
Maths, reading, writing, spelling, phonics and handwriting lessons in Bedford, UK.
A Central London, CReSTeD-registered, setting that offers support for pupils with SEND.
Primary literacy, phonics, handwriting, numeracy. Eleven plus - verbal and non verbal.