I currently teach part time at a secondary school in West Norfolk to ensure I keep my mathematcis skills up to date and understand the latest exam requirements and teaching methods. Along side of this I tutor pupils both at their home address and also using online sessions as required.
As well as experience with all UK exam boards for maths I also have experience with the IGCSE Maths exam. Recently I have began to teach statistics at GCSE and now also offer tutoring in Statistics.
Pupils use my tutoring lessons to ensure they fully understand what they have been taught in school, to help improve their exam grades and to assist with home schooling lessons. I tailor my tutoring for each pupil and discuss their needs and requirements with them not only during the first tutoring lesson but on an ongoing basis.
i have expreience tutoring pupils who excel at maths and pupils who struggle with their maths. I also have experience with SEND pupils including Autusim, Dyslexia, Dyscalculia and ADHD.
I prefer to travel no more then 20 miles from my home address but am happy to provide online tutoring if that is easier.
I am a professional maths physics and engineering tutor with over 4 years experience (500 hrs +) tutoring online and in person. I am a chartered civil engineer and a Fellow of the Institution of Civil Engineers CEng FICE.
I am a part time lecturer in civil engineering at a local regional college in Belfast.
I have extensive experience tutoring children from primary school, age 9, through to 11+ Transfer Test as well as GCSE, AS and A Level. I also tutor adult learners in civil engineering and maths.
My approach to tutoring is to work at the pace of the student and bring the topics back to first principles so the student gains a thorough understanding of the basics. Once that is achieved, he or she can tackle the more complex problems with confidence.
I am a qualified Maths Teacher and an online Tutor. I use a variety of techniques and resources in order to teach and inspire minds. I am fully DBS cleared and have taught through the changes in education over the years and am fully knowledgeable in the current 9-1 GCSE specification. I am comfortable teaching all walks of learners and try my 100% best to make sure that learning is relevant, engaging and fun.
I have a plethora of resources so that students hit their target grade or beyond. In my experience, students tend look at questions as a big problem rather than thinking that questions are made up of smaller steps within a problem. Each student will receive an individual plan at the start of lesson one.
I am also a GCSE Expert Examiner for Edexcel, marking both Foundation and Higher Maths. I also teach at Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 2.
I am able to teach online and comfortably at your home, however, due to the current situation with COVID, I prefer to teach online. I use a Huoin pen and tablet with an onscreen whiteboard. I will provide full resources; questions, answers, solutions and exam papers relevant to your exam specification. I teach all topics in Maths and keep up to date with any new developments with exam boards.
I have been a Middle Leader, a Lead Practitioner, a Director of Learning, and have led successful STEM classes and am passionate about the subjects surrounding Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths. I also run a debate team at my current school; have been a finalist at The University of Leeds three consecutive years with “Solutions for the Planet” programme and have taken students as finalists at The Houses of Parliament with a solution on sustainability.
I have a great deal of experience as a tutor. I have been working at one of the UK's leading Grammar Schools for the past four years. I tutor maths GCSE and A level online. I have also conducted numerous online webinars/ webclasses and drop-in sessions for students across the country for A Level maths. I love to make maths engaging. My instagram and YouTube accounts (Mark-a-minute maths) has had a wide following from students and I consistently post short 1 minute videos for students to get snappy, bitesize reviews of topics and model answers to exam questions.
Maths and physics lessons in London, UK.
I have a total of 4 years of tutoring experience, with both tutoring agencies and in private tuition. I have taught GCSE and A level students across a variety of exam boards, namely Edexcel, AQA, OCR and JWEC. My students have gone to excel in their chosen subjects with significantly improved results.
As a tutor I use a webcam via Skype or Zoom to communicate with my students and a virtual whiteboard to write and explain as I go along. As part of my teaching many of my students have given me positive feedback of how homework and lectures aid and reinforce their learning outside tuition classes.
I usually correct the homework and highlight the corrections before starting a new subject material to ensure my students feel confident that they have mastered a topic before moving ahead. I also make PowerPoint lecture slides and handouts for my students which I am always more than happy to email.After covering the syllabus content, I usually leave ample time to discuss past exam paper questions and how to answer them.
The core principle of my lessons is to first and foremost lay a foundation for the subject material for my students and then to build up the complexity. I highly encourage understanding scientific principles rather than rote memorisation to my students.
I believe learning should be tailored to every students’ individual needs and requirements and they should enjoy the learning material.
I am currently using Facetime and Zoom to teach my tutees but I would usually teach at my house. I was an ice skating professional and teacher and then did a degree and a teaching certificate. I have been in my current day-time job teaching in a sixth form college since 1989. I tutor English Language, English Literature, Drama, Languages, Dance, Performing Arts and Maths. I attended Tiffin Girls' Grammar when I was young. I prepare tutees for 11+ and entrance exams. I am a senior examiner, a moderator and a Lead Verifier. I have co-authored 5 text books.
I am a maths graduate with a teaching qualification., an adult numeracy certificate and full DBS
I teach very much to the individual using a wide range of methods, physical and electronic resources and websites.
I am quite used to working with students with fear of maths or learning differences such as atism and dyslexia
My students usually improve by at least two grades and some GCSE students have ended up doing A level to their own great surprise
In addition to school type exams, I specialise in supporting students who have to pass maths/ number based professional tests such BTEC and UKCAT.
For home visits, when this becomes possible agin, I cover Broughton Astley, Narborough Hinckley, Burbage, Lutterworth, and nearby villages. as well as, parts of Nuneaton, Bulkington,
Currently, all lessons are online.
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Everyone deserves the very best chance in life and providing your child with additional opportunities to learn, reinforce and extend understanding is key to developing confidence and the motivation to succeed.
I am an independent private tutor in the South Manchester area, teaching Primary age children. I pride myself on being able to assess quickly, determine next steps and deliver my lessons in a creative manner adapted carefully to the needs of each of the children I teach. I have been doing all my teaching online since March 2020 and have enjoyed finding different ways to engage and support my pupils.
Please do not hesitate to get in touch to discuss my availability and what I can do to help your child.
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Rebecca K. Testimonial August 2020
I first met Rebecca K. nearly 20 years ago when as Headteacher of an exceptional private independent school I needed to employ a Head of English.
Rebecca stood out against other well qualified applicants.
Not only did she have excellent subject knowledge but showed real passion for enhancing children’s love for learning and excitement.
Over the years she demonstrated this repeatedly and not only in English, her ability and passion for other subjects was amazing and she could readily be asked to teach Maths, IT, Geography to name but a few.
As my career extended to becoming an Executive Headteacher over several schools I could call on Rebecca to advise and recommend about various up to date teaching and learning materials and techniques.
Apart from her professional knowledge she is warm caring person who really cares about the children she teaches of all abilities. She is patient, understanding and quickly appreciates the way a child learns and adapts her teaching to that individual. She has a good sense of humour which she readily uses to get the best out of her pupils without putting too much pressure on them to succeed.
If you require additional support for your child, I would thoroughly recommend you talk to Rebecca, I’m sure you will not be disappointed.
P. S. Millard
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Hi, thank you for taking a look at my profile.
I'm a secondary school maths teacher, qualified in 2012 and have worked in schools in Croydon and Chiswick In London.
I am happy to tutor 1:1 at my house or onlne
I look forward to hearing from you soon.
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 8 years of teaching and tutoring experience in a variety of environments. I have always enjoyed teaching, tailoring my tuition to the individual and doing my utmost to ensure that each individual achieves their goals, whatever they may be.
In addition to my education and training, I lived in Austria for 3 years working as an English Language Assistant for the British Council. This invaluable time enabled me to fully hone my German language skills, and I have since worked as an online translator.
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I studied classical vocal technique for 15 years with Howard Milner, and supplemented this with private language training (French and Russian), repertoire coaching with Floral Opera, Summer International Summer Music school (four years) and further training with Jeffrey Talbot and Neil Howlett. I worked as Area Leader for Sing Up in Lincolnshire and I am the visiting singing teacher at two independent prep schools and two secondary academies. I have performed in professional opera companies in the UK, and performed recitals and gala concerts throughout the UK and in Northern Italy. I teach classical styles, as well as music theatre, jazz, folk, pop/rock.
I graduated a with a PhD in physical chemistry from the University of Birmingham, and can tutor chemistry, physics and mathematics in addition to music.
Current Head of Maths - 16 years in profession- First lesson free - All ages, including GCSE (£25) and A-Level (£40).
Current Head of Mathematics and Teacher of Secondary and Sixth Form students. Available to tutor mathematics, KS2, KS3, GCSE and A-Level, weekends and evenings after 4 p.m. 16 years in the profession. Extensive knowledge of the curriculum for mathematics. I charge £25 per hour for up to and including GCSE level and £40 for A-Level for an 80 minute lesson. I can tutor online at present due to government restrictions. I am an enthusiastic and dedicated individual with a strong work ethic. I always strive to achieve high standards with any given task. I have proven outstanding organisational skills and have found these coupled with my interpersonal skills are my most valuable resources. Foremost, I am committed to raising the achievement of pupils through teaching Mathematics. I am experienced in teaching pupils working at Entry Level through to A-level. I have a record of high quality teaching, consistently achieving positive progress scores for all my Year 11 GCSE groups, at all ability levels, and Year 13 A-Level groups. My natural enthusiasm for Mathematics and trying new approaches allows me to cater for a variety of learning styles and abilities. At the heart of my philosophy is the development of problem solving, reasoning and fluency which is key to pupils’ success at GCSE and A-Level. It is my aim to develop and promote the creation of a stimulating and productive learning environment in which the delivery of well-resourced and well-organised Mathematics lessons can guarantee pupils are progressing and being challenged at all times.
I have over 30 years experience teaching in a range of different secondary schools.
I have been a Head of Physics and a head of Science Departments.
I have been a tutor since 2011.
I teach Physics to GCSE and A level. In addition I teach Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics to GCSE level.
Since the COV-19 pandemic I have been teaching exclusively online through the ZOOM platform.
My teaching approach is highly interactive. I use the requirements of the student as a starting point. I make extensive use of online and electronic resources including, where possible demonstrations of experiments.
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.
I really enjoy tutoring and have excellent feedback that can be read on the Tutor Hunt website. I tutor all of the exam boards in the subjects that I have selected and I have an enhanced CRB check. I tutor a lot online mostly using Facetime although I also use Skype and Zoom. I a BSC HONS 2:1 IN Economics from 1983 and a PGCE in Economics and Maths from Warwick University in 1987.
I have successfully taught all of the subjects listed in state education for 25 years and for an additional 9 years as a private tutor
Homeschool my son in Maths, and tutor my niece. Finding different methods (often pictorially) sometimes is all that is needed.
Maths, English and IT lessons in Wellingborough, UK.
I am a fully qualified and very experienced maths teacher with a master’s degree and qualified teacher status. I also have an enhanced DBS check.
I offer tuition to students of a wide range of ages and all abilities for a range of courses & exams, including KS2, KS3, GCSE, entrance exams and numeracy tests.
All lessons are tailored to the needs of the student. I set (optional) homework at the end of the lesson so that students can consolidate on the learning that has taken place during the lesson. The following lesson I check the homework has been completed successfully and go over any questions that the student found difficult. Near exam time, the lessons are focussed on exam techniques and practice papers.
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.
Claire completed her A Levels in Classical Civilisation, French and Government and Politics, before going on to study Classical Studies and Politics at the University of Exeter, for which she achieved glowing results.
After a successful career in Events Management, including Windsor Castle, Claire completed a PGCE in Primary Education at the prestigious training provider of St Mary’s University College, Twickenham.
She worked extensively as a full-time teacher, in both the mainstream sectors and Independent Schools sector, covering both KS1 and KS2 throughout Surrey, London, Wiltshire and Gloucestershire. She was also a PPA teacher and has taught a one to one intervention programmes in Surrey.
As a tutor, Claire believes in working on a personalised course of study working through use of past exam papers and interview questions, teaching students to answer the questions well and grow in confidence. As such, Claire has successfully coached children through 7+, 11+ and 13+ examinations including up to scholarship level. Her past students have gained entry to the Royal Grammar School Guildford, Eton College, St James School Ashford, Halliford School, Shepperton, St Catherine’s School, Bramley and St George’s College, Weybridge.
Claire is now a specialist one to one tutor working with students in preparation for Independent School Entrance examinations at 7+, 11+,13+ along with the 11+ Examinations for Grammar Schools. For the 7+ Claire has prepared students for both the Mathematics and English examinations. At 11 + she has prepared children for the Mathematics, English, Verbal Reasoning and Non-Verbal Reasoning tests. At 13 + Common Entrance Claire helps students to prepare for the English Writing and Reading Comprehension Examinations. She has also supported children across the Primary Curriculum, developing their understanding and skill set in order to boost their confidence and prepare them for both Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 SATS in Mathematics and English at the end of Primary School.
Claire is an empathetic and enthusiastic tutor who always strives to help her tutees become the best that they can be!
It is a delight to be able to support all maths students, including those with learning difficulties, such as dyscalculia and maths anxiety, to exceed their expectations. My teaching is tailored around an individual student's needs. I deliver structured, enjoyable, enriched sessions, which use the latest evidence-based learning techniques. I offer excellent value for money. My fees have been reduced to reflect our current situation. This fee will not increase once a student has signed up with me.
Recent feedback from students, colleagues and employers:
"I have always struggled with maths. I was diagnosed with Dyscalculia when I enrolled in college. Although I was given support it’s been years since I’ve had anyone help me. As soon as I met Linda, I felt comfortable enough with her to share my difficulties with numbers without feeling ashamed. She was able to explain things in a way that I can understand and give me different coping mechanisms for the areas I worry about the most. Linda is a lovely and patient teacher who puts her most into each student, I can’t thank her enough!" Lynn, Adult Learner 2020
"Linda was very helpful and showed me different ways to deal with numbers. Very patient and made me feel at ease when dealing with money." Connor, Student 2020
"The way Linda explains things to me and understands the way I think, really helps me. Thank you!" Wynter, Student 2020
"Linda is always polite. Her sessions have structure, and she uses a large number of strategies and resources to accommodate all levels and abilities of her students. I have worked with many maths tutors and Linda is the most professional, empathetic and honest tutor I have worked with." Steve, Learning Support 2020
"Brilliant and professional Tutor, very approachable and patient with both young and older learners. Had first-hand experience of Linda in action. Would highly recommend Linda to anyone!" Chris, Employer 2020
I am a private Maths tutor, offering on-line or face-to-face tuition. I was a Secondary maths teacher for nearly 23 years, and have been private tutoring since 1990. In the past 8 years, since I last taught in a Secondary school I have been doing more tuition with the odd bit of supply work. I have been an exam marker for a number of years - I used to mark Key Stage 3 SATS papers and in the last 8 years have been working most years for Edexcel Pearson marking GCSE Foundation Non-calculator papers.
I really enjoy one-to-one tutoring! It feels great to be able to help a student gain more belief in their own mathematical ability, so that they can tackle exam papers with more confidence, and feel that they can relate better to the Maths skills they need for everyday life.
My degree in Mathematics and Statistics indicates an appropriate level of subject proficiency, which has been consolidated and extended throughout my teaching career. My experience demonstrates that I have the expertise and drive to deliver a robust Mathematics curriculum up to A-Level. Specifically, I can analyse statistical information and decide what action to take; meet deadlines and handle several projects at once; deal tactfully with children of differing backgrounds; and persuade and motivate staff to play their full part in team activities. I have gained these skills from the analytical nature of my degree, together with the organising and team work which has been important part of my work experience as Head of (and previously teacher of) Mathematics. My commercial experience, detailed in my application form, is also cogent to my ability to organise, audit and improve business models.
My experience as Director of Learning for Mathematics involved managing a team of eight staff, chairing regular departmental meetings, providing leadership and overseeing ongoing professional development. My role also involved creating new policies and procedures for the Mathematics Department. As a Tutor, I provided training for Newly Qualified Teachers, helping them to plan lessons and offering them strategies for effective classroom management.
As the Gifted and Talented (G&T) Coordinator, my duties included identification of the Gifted and Talented students by looking at KS 2, 3 & 4 data and registering them with the Association of Gifted and Talented Youth (NAGTY). I represented Dunraven School at the Gifted & Talented Lambeth Borough meetings for two years.
I have been trained to teach Mathematics up to ‘A’ Level and have successfully taught the full ability range. My use of differentiated materials in the classroom has aided my teaching in developing the students’ knowledge and grasp of mathematical concepts. I encourage the use of Information Technology whenever the curriculum lends itself to the effective use of computers. I have used software packages such as SuccessMaker and Headstart to improve students’ numeracy and literacy skills. Through the use of displays and cross curricular activities I have promoted and developed an awareness of Multicultural Mathematics. I speak fluent Urdu, Hindi and French which has proved to be a real asset to students who are comfortable with these languages, whilst retaining English as the prime medium of instruction and understanding.
My experience at Key Stage 3 has included the implementation of a number of exercises designed to support the learning of mathematical concepts in Using & Applying Mathematics, Number and Algebra, Shape and Space and Data Handling. At KS4 & KS5, I consistently organise extensive revision classes during the Easter holidays and half-term breaks to help students to achieve their full potential in Mathematics. I introduced the early GCSE Maths entry at Dunraven for the very able and facilitated stretching the most able students further by doing an extra GCSE in Statistics and Additional Maths. This has proved to be very successful, making the Maths Department one of the strongest at Dunraven.
My contribution to wider school activities include: the role of Form Tutor, organising assemblies, educational visits and Activity Week events, which included making a short film with the students which was subsequently broadcast on Zee television. Acting as an Ed-Excel GCSE Examiner for the past five years has also been very beneficial to both students and the department. I also acted as an Examiner for the GCSE Urdu & Hindi Oral examinations. My work has been recognised and covered by a number of specialist teaching magazines as well as the BBC. Specifically, such product has covered my classroom practice, encouraging undergraduates to join the teaching profession.
I am currently teaching Mathematics up to A Level standard at one of the top independent schools in London.
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!
Hello, my name is Jackson and I am based in South Wales.
I am an enthusiastic science tutor with an Msc (also A-level in Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry and Business). I am patient and I would love to use my knowledge to help you improve in your subject area with perseverance and practice.
I also have three years tutoring experience on a one-to-one basis.
I offer a GROUP tutoring up to four students per session. They must be on similar levels in Maths.
If you are looking for a tutor who is reliable, patient and will help you maximise potential I would look forward to helping.
I am a qualified English Literature and Language teacher and Teach First ambassador, specialising in secondary schools (years 7-13), since 2012, and prep schools (years 4-8) since 2018. I also teach mathematics up to and including Upper KS2: Long Division, Common Factors, Common Multiples, Prime Numbers, Mental Calculations, Square and Cube Numbers and more for that Key Stage.
I have been tutoring one-to-one since 2015 and found, since the 2020 lockdown, that tutoring online can be just as beneficial if not better for several reasons: no travel for either party; shared resources online rather than requiring a printer, therefore saving paper; allowance for different ways of communicating rather than just speech - for example, silent discussions through typed notes that can be edited, saved and stored immediately - which is especially beneficial for students with speech impairments or those who communicate better through writing.
I have been working for a home-education group in the woods near to where I live since September 2019 and have continued to learn and explore the importance of creativity, immersion in a task and a level of autonomy on a student's learning path. I aim to reproduce what I have learnt in my years of experience to offer online tutoring lessons for both individuals and groups.
My experience spans from working in one of the most poverty-stricken provinces in Buenos Aires in 2010 as an English tutor for disadvantaged children, to working as the private tutor for my school's Sheikh's son in Qatar during my three years working in a British international school out there. (2015-2018.) I am interested in all people from all walks of life and all educational backgrounds.
If you think I could help you / your child in their education, please get in touch. I am also a writer and assistant reader for Firewords magazine in my spare time. My subject is my life.
Please contact me directly at ***@*** for a free first lesson! I look forward to hearing from you.
Hi, my name is Helen and I have been a successful educator for over 30 years working in a range of schools. I always build positive relationships with my students and treat each person as an individual. Throughout my career I Have been a class teacher, subject leader of numerous subjects, including maths, Year group leader, Deputy Head and Head teacher. I am passionate about people developing growth mindsets and becoming active learners. My friendly, supportive approach to teaching enables students to feel comfortable and in a good place to learn. However, I also believe in stretching my students because we are all capable of so much more.
I am the founder of Tupic Tutoring. All my students who work hard go on to pass GCSE Maths. One of my recent Year 8 students moved up 2 sets in 1 term.
I specialise in helping those who are not confident in maths gain a 'I can do it" attitude. I offer a full programme which helps students to develop in maths and their mindset, therefore becoming better learners. The result of this, is an increase in success in all areas.
I teach maths from KS2 - KS5. Although my Facebook page is KS4 tutor, I tutor all ages. Please have a look at my brochure for more information: file:///Users/helenhutchinson/Downloads/TUPIC%20MATHS%20BROCHURE%20%20PDF%201%20(1).pdf
I have had extensive experience working with children with Additional Special Needs including: ASD, dyslexia, visual/hearing impairment, ADHD www.*** I am a very inclusive tutor who is passionate about helping each person become the best version of themselves.
Please get in touch as I have limited availability. I look forward to helping.
Firstly, I have over 25 years experience of teaching Mathematics to the 11-16 age range in Secondary schools. I have a proven track record of inspiring students to make outstanding progress and achieve good results in GCSE Examinations. I am skilled in assessing their strengths and weaknesses and identifying gaps in their knowledge, thus enabling me to personalise resources to meet the needs of each student.
Secondly, having been an examiner for GSCE Mathematics for AQA, I am therefore up to date in curriculum changes and requirements.
Finally, I have a friendly and approachable dispositon and students feel at ease in asking me questions. I am able to conduct lessons over Zoom.
I’m 31 years of age. I have a variety of interests including football, video games and Marvel comics and films. For the last 3 winters I took a break from teaching to spend time abroad working the winter ski seasons. Unfortunately I’m still not an expert skier and my snowboarding is rubbish, but I saw some beautiful sights!
10 years in total as a maths teacher (including training year).
1 and a half years as second in department, including training new teachers.
Have continued work on term placements over the last 2 years in between ski work.
I develop fundamental understanding through thought provoking questions and a patient approach.
I endeavour to liaise with class teachers to ensure that the work covered in tuition is there to develop understanding in weak areas as oppose to identifying them.
When necessary I can use my experience of the 3 main exam boards and corresponding materials to help identify challenging topics.
Mike offers specialised mathematics tuition and revision boosters for SATs and GCSE, for primary and secondary aged children using mastery methos used in schools. He also tutors adult learners in functional skills mathematics. Mike's calm demeanor allows students to work comfortably at their own pace whilst maintaining an appropriate level of challenge.