Hi, I am a Maths teacher with 12 years experience. I teach right up to A-Level pure and applied. I have 8 years experience of exam marking for Edexcel and i am an examiner for KS2 Sats, GCSE exams and A-Level exams.
I am easy to on with and will use different ways to explain methods. I have high expectations of all my pupils and nothing is achieved without hard work. I have 2 children myself aged 14 & 16. I am part time at work so have the time to invest into tutoring online.
I have Masters in Engineering and Degree in Chemistry. Furthermore, I have been a teacher for over 11 years. I have a variety of teaching methods to communicate with all students however diverse. When teaching each topic I incorporate a past exam paper question during each session, as this provides evidence of the required standard. I possess a current and in depth knowledge of all 3 exam boards: Edexcel, AQA and OCR. I continuously prepare students for 11+ entrance school exams including: Merchant Taylors, St’ Mary’s, Bluecoat and Liverpool College. I hold a strong rapport with adult students and enrich their knowledge. My thorough planning, enthusiasm and extensive experience will facilitate confidence and achieve results. I will openly provide both current and past references upon request.
We are a tutoring company based locally, teaching exam focused tuition to GCSE students in Maths, English and Science as well as the 11+ entrance exam. We also tutor Numeracy and Literacy Year 1 – 6.
Teaching is my vocation and I am committed to investing a great amount of time and effort into professional development, craftingpedagogy, curriculum knowledge and a deeper understanding of the education landscape including the changes to the new Ofsted framwork. I place great emphasis on fostering positive relationships with my students, always identifying new ways to meet their needs, and developing the whole child, whether that be academically, socially or emotionally. Pupils leave my class as happy and confident individuals with a thirst for knowledge to develop their enquiring minds.
I graduated from Edge Hill University in 2003 with a BA (hons) in Primary Education and Physical Education with QTS. In 2012 I was awarded The National SENDCO award. I have more than 17 years teaching experience in years KS1& 2, including Y6. During my career I have held additional curriculum responsibilities for PE, DT, Science, Maths, SEN and Computing, I also hold Maths Specilaist Teacher accredication (MAST). Leading these subjects has allowed me to work closely with other colleagues to shape the curruculum design and delivery by creating schemes of work which are exciting and fun, enriched with first hand experiences. Most recenlty, in my current school, I was fortunate to support Teachers developing the Maths curriculum form EYFS and KS1. I was able to provide support and guidance so that colleagues could implement to better meet the needs of their pupils in these critical early years. The positive outcomes afforded me the opportunity to then support whole school maths with a specific focus on the more able pupil where I was able to eviedence a signifficant improvement in results. I found these experiences very informative and rewarding.
As an experienced Teacher, I recognise the importance of robust systems and processes, I use formative and summative assessments in addition to marking books to track and monitor pupil progress. I forensically analyse data to inform my planning, ensuring there are no gaps and pupils have a secure knowledge before moving onto the next topic. I aim for lessons to be well thought and purposeful with the right balance of pace, in order to stretch and challenge all levels of learners. I believe in delivering high quality lessons that are fun and engaging that require teamwork and participation, I listen to pupil feedback so I understand how they like to learn. I aim to support students address any misconceptions during lessons and promote independent learning, peerand self-assessment in the classroom. I incorporate blended learning and the use of technology my lessons. Recently I have created films about WWII, the plague and many other subjects. I plan lessons to meet the needs of all pupils including those on Learning Plans for SEND and high attaining pupils. I believe in creating a stimulating learning environment where pupils can challenge themselves.
I actively engage and welcome other professionals, including class teachers, teaching assistants, SLT and consultants, to secure my judgements of pupil achievement and lesson observations. I recognise this validation of what good or better teaching looks like enables me to share best practise and maintain a high quality of teaching and learning. Working with others to moderate assessment data also ensures my judgment is accurate, it allows me to reflect on my own practise.
As an active member within the school community I forge strong relationship with all stakeholders including multi agency partners. I have always built strong relationships with parents as I believe this is key to ensuring all pupils can thrive. In my role as SENDCO I line managed a team of support staff and It was my primary role to ensure all students needs are met in line with their EHCP. I was required to be the registered lead professional during reviews and liaise between parents and multi agency to ensure each child was offered the right support inside and outside of school.
Outside of my classrooms I have developed community links by taking a lead role in enrichement and after school clubs. I am a level 2 Football and Cricket Coach. In my previous school I led the football,cricket and running club. I have a love for sport and understand the importance of instilling healthy habits in children and the positive effects it can have on their mental health and wellbeing. Through my involvement in these sports I have developed good links with other schools, both primary and secondary whereby pupils have been able to competively take part in a variety of sporting fixtures. I thoroughly enjoy working with children during these extra-curricular activities as it not only teaches them new skills but the children also get the chance to shine when using existing skills. In addition to this, the children learn life skills such as; social skills, speaking and listening skills, teamwork, tolerance and develop leadership skills. I always look to involve myself in the delivery of clubs regardless of my role in school.
As well as sporting clubs, I have organised Maths clubs using exciting problems. One area that I am passionate about is engaging and including parents in the curriculum. I delivered parent Maths classes to provide skills and confidence for parents supporting their children with their homework. It proved to be very popular with parents and children notebaly, parents became more engaged with the work their children were doing. The importance of opeing up the classroom for parents anddeveloping these links has direlcty contricbuted the young peoples confidence in their educartion. I would be very keen to secure these links again.
I hope that I have evidenced my love of teaching and demonstrated my work ethic as an outstanding practitioner.
I have many years experience teaching children, teenage and adult learners in many different subject ranging from functional skills maths and English to English as a foreign language to health and social care. I specialise in behaviour whether that be the behaviours we associate with ADHD and Autism or behaviours that act as a barrier to our learning.
Teaching is my true passion, I have a strong track record with past students going onto pass exams, get into colleges and universities, securing apprenticeships and work amongst other www.*** ;
I believe a rapport needs to build between student and teacher so I am happy to offer my first session free of charge. There will also be a reduction for siblings/small www.*** ;
My nаme is Leоn аnd I prоvide tuition in maths at all levels up to GCSE. My specialism is focusing on people who struggle with maths, including people with dyslexia, and getting them from predications of grade 1 to within reach of grade 4 or 5 in as little as 12 lessons.
In addition to meeting the requirements set by the national curriculum for Key Stage 1 to 3, the tuition I provide can be tailored for the following exams:
SATs 11-plus school entry exams GCSE Tutoring Experience
My background has involved delivering tuition and training to individuals and organisations for over 7 years, including to the NHS and Dundee Council. My maths tuition is provided inline with the requirements of the national curriculum Key Stage 1,2 and 3, as well as to match the criteria of all major examination boards for GCSE including:
AQA CEA Edexcel OCR WJEC
For adult learners, I am also able to provide tuition specific to functional skills.
The learning method I have developed for maths is highly suited to people who struggle with the subject, especially those who are affected by learning barriers such as dyslexia. Students make significant progress with my learning method because it is designed to match the thinking processes of people who are more hands on and visually oriented in their learning, allowing them to understand maths in a way that they can make sense of with minimal effort.
My revolutionary learning approach has been designed around each of the following criteria to make learning maths easier, efficient and relevant:
Avoiding the introduction of new language. Allowing concepts to be learnt from pre-existing knowledge. Avoiding the need to remember specific maths formulas.
These criteria are supported by exclusive learning content that I have developed for my courses to match the thinking processes of people affected by difficulties in learning maths. This learning content is provided in the form of:
Visual learning content for understand maths concepts without reading. Interactive tools to learn through experimentation and enquiry.
The learning method allows students to recall maths formulas and names used in maths using memory techniques that require minimal effort to learn and most importantly remain in memory for future recall. My students using these memory techniques only need to be shown maths formulas and concepts once using my learning tools and content they are then able to recall this information weeks later with minimal effort.
My learning tools can also be used to track progress made throughout the duration of my tuition, which you as a parent can also access via your computer, smartphone (including iPhone) or tablet such as iPad. The learning tools and I content that I have developed helped me to win an award that was featured on BBC Radio Merseyside and in the Liverpool Echo.
Hello there! I am a Maths teacher currently working in an outstanding Liverpool school who lives in the South Liverpool area with tutoring availability. I have experience teaching all key stages and abilities and would happily tutor online/travel to your home if that is preferred. Feel free to contact me for further details!
I am a head of a highly successful Mathematics department. I have been teaching Mathematics for 20 years.
We are a tutoring company based in Runcorn, Frodsham and Helsby, teaching exam focused tuition to GCSE students in Maths, English and Science as well as the 11+ entrance exam. We also tutor Numeracy and Literacy Year 1 – 6.
We are currently running our sessions online but as soon as it is safe to do so we will be back to our venues at Sandymoor School in Runcorn and Helsby Community Sports Centre in Helsby.
Our sessions have a maximum of 6 students which allows students to develop confidence and receive individual support. For GCSE we rotate the 3 core subjects of Maths, Science and English over a 2 hour session. The cost of this £28 www.*** ;
At Key stage 3 we rotate Maths and English over an hour and a www.*** ;
We focus on exam technique and skills as well as covering the content at www.*** ;
I am an experienced maths teacher. I have been teaching for maths for eight years and help pupils excel by explaining concepts in a simple way. I have experience with all abilities from year 7 to 11.
Maths lessons in Warrington, UK.
Maths teacher located in Wrexham and also available to tutor in Tarporley/Tarvin area.
There I taught maths at the sixth form there as well to functional skills level 2n. I also taught reading and phonics.
I am an experienced, fully qualified Special Educational Needs (SEN) teacher. I hold the relevant qualifications to be able to deliver specialist dyslexia programmes and to complete full diagnostic assessment for dyslexia. I have taught in mainstream, special school settings and for a local authority SEN service providing assessments and intervention programmes within schools. I hold professional membership of the Professional Association of Teachers of Students with Specific Learning Difficulties (PATOSS) and am registered as a tutor and assessor with this organisation.
I care very much about enabling children and young people to reach their full potential despite barriers to learning. Barriers to learning can arise for many different reasons including specific learning difficulties , difficulties with concentration and focus, diagnoses such has ADHD and ASD and emotional and mental health needs such as anxiety. I have experience of how education can sometimes stop working for a child and of the potentially massive impacts of this. My aim is to offer an affordable tutoring service to families who face these challenges. I wish to combine my professional experience and qualifications with my personal insights, in the hope of helping children to overcome hurdles. I have set up this business in memory of my late father from whom I learnt so much about the value of education. As a keen mountaineer he often compared life’s challenges to those of climbing a mountain, and this led me to the name of ‘ Footpaths for Learning. ’ I hope that if you engage with Footpaths for Learning your child or young person will feel helped to find a footpath through any difficulties and to reach the summit of their own personal mountain.