Handwriting, Writing, Numeracy, Maths, Science, Phonics, Clarinet, Singing, and Art lessons in Brighton, UK.
I have been tutoring for 15 years. My specialist subjects are Maths and English. Over recent years I have taught the Year 6 age range and have developed extensive experience in SATs preparation and support in both English and Maths. Whether an extended level of support is needed or a shorter boost. I am a Qualified and experienced Ks2 Primary Teacher. My Qualifications include a PGCE in Primary Education, University of Brighton (1993) QTS status, along with a BA (Hons) Economics and Maths, University of Brighton (1988).
Through my private tutoring I have built up communication with parents and worked together to identify areas for development. Day to day life as a teacher means I have a wealth of experience and resources to be able to cater for many different needs. I have worked with a whole range of ability groups, including gifted and talented writers, and autistic children needing more support.
I'm studying medicine and have enjoyed tutoring A level and GCSE chemistry, can be flexible as these are very strange times!
Maths lessons in Bognor Regis, UK.
English KS3, Maths to GCSE, Latin and Classical Civilisation lessons in Bognor, UK.
Recently completed a degree in economics. I am available for online tutoring via video chat and interactive screen sharing.
Psychology and Maths lessons in Hindhead, UK.
MATH'S TUITION I am a Math's Tutor who has recently graduated with a 2:1 Honours Degree in Mathematics and Mathematical Learning. I offer one to one tuition online from Primary level up to and including GCSE. I have experience in teaching at both Primary and Secondary level, as well as one to one private sessions. FREE first session - 60 minute sessions: £28 - 45 minute sessions: £25 - 30 minute sessions: £19 Please message me for availability.
Maths and accounting lessons in Crawley, UK.
PGCE trained in Secondary Maths.
Currently working in a secondary school.
Using techniques proven to deliver top results.
KS3 - GCSE - A-levels (Maths & Science)
I am a qualified and experienced tutor. Teaching all primary school subjects and English up to GCSE. Currently tutoring online. I have a degree in English literature & education (BA hons). 3 years' experience as a 1:1 teaching with children with autism.
DBS / CRB checked. References available on request.
Maths, English and English literature lessons in Worthing, UK.
Hi , I am a qualified teacher currently working part time. I have nearly 10 years of teaching experience in the UK. If you are looking for a Maths tutor KS 2- GCSE , please contact me( I have experience of teaching children with various abilities and can offer a free trial lesson.
Also, I can help children in KS2 with their reading and writing skills.
I have been teaching in primary schools for the last 16 years, predominantly in Year 6. I also tutor online and at home.
Maths, Economics, Finance, Physics, Spanish, Statistics, and Probability lessons in Brighton, UK.
Welcome to Explore Learning Crawley, one of our many learning and tuition centres designed to help your child fulfil their potential and be the best they can be. Whether you’re looking for help with maths, a stretch and challenge in English, or support preparing for the 11 Plus exams, you’ve come to the right place!
Second year Biomedical sciences student at the University of Bristol with experience in scientific writing, statistics and laboratory procedures including Bioinformatics.
Excellent interpersonal and teamwork skills from volunteering at schools and tutoring for myTutor – encouraging effective communication, leadership and an eye for detail.
Junior Editor for the University of Bristol Blogs and Science Shorts where I work with an editorial team to review student written scientific articles and completed courses on grammar and essay structure.
Academically motivated as an active member of Biology Journal club who partook in Biology and Chemistry Olympiads at school. Highly organised and able to time manage as I completed online medical work experience by Brighton and Sussex Medical School, a John Hopkins University COVID-19 Contact Tracing course and a FutureLearn Biochemistry course alongside my university studies.
A strong leader who has enjoyed volunteering at Rottingdean Scouts and several local primary schools where I organised activities including a sports day and beach litter pick-up.
I believe myself to be a bright, engaging and enthusiastic tutor, who has always been fortunate to receive excellent feedback from his clients.
I gained a BA Hons in Economics and Computing, before gaining a distinction on his Post Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE), specialising in Maths and SEN. I have extensive experience in both Tutoring and in the Primary Education field, having been teaching for 20 years and tutoring for 12 years, both 1 to 1 and online.
I tutor in English, Maths, study skills and SEN, within Key Stage 2 to Key Stage 3. I also tutor 7+, 8+, 11+, 13+ Pre-test and 13+, including all aspects of Maths, English and Verbal/Non-verbal Reasoning. I tutor 1 to 1 one off sessions to complete units of work. My experience also includes full home schooling. Having been an SEN teacher and SENDCO at previous schools, I also has extensive experience in tutoring children with Special Education Needs.
I have successfully prepared students for entrance exams for many top schools including Roedean and Brighton College.
Tutoring and Teaching Experience
I have tutored 1 to 1 and in group situations. Over the last 6 years, I have offered tuition online using Skype, Zoom and MS Team.
I have always believed in talking to both parents and student, to identify what the specific needs of the student are before tailoring a specific program to their needs
I also always provide students with weekly progress notes and follow up work based on learning objectives.
Being in full time teaching has meant that I have kept up with the latest developments in education.
I have always been responsible for developing my own lessons and schemes of work, and have spent time in a previous position supporting less in experienced teachers develop their experience in both this field
An area I have specialised in during my time teaching in the primary sector has been working with children who have Special Educational Needs. Children who have both behavioural issues and purely Educational needs. I was Sendco at a previous school, which involved setting up and monitoring literacy programs for children with reading difficulties and phonic recovery groups. I worked with the class teacher to identify children who would benefit from these extra sessions. I liaised with outside specialist teachers and was responsible for writing and following through EHCP’s through the school.
One area of achievement I have been particularly praised for during observations at my current school, is the quality of questioning that I use to develop the children’s learning. I have also been particularly praised for the quality of the questioning. I also believe it is important to reinforce the positive, in terms of children succeeding in class and behaviour. Expectations of behaviour need to be established, with a sanctions and reward system set up. As a role model myself, it is important to set high expectations if I expect it from my students. By providing creative and interactive lessons, children will be stimulated, which in turn motivates them to learn. This offsets any potential behaviour issues.
I believe that using creative teaching strategies can be a powerful platform on which to develop creative thinking. These can provide opportunities to build confidence by encouraging pupils to take risks, so removing barriers to learning. An appropriate, balanced, challenging and creative curriculum is essential in developing children’s skills, knowledge and understanding. All of these, I feel, underpin personalised learning. Children should be given every opportunity to take ownership of their learning and I feel that one of the most effective ways to achieve this is through enquiry-based learning. First hand experiences bring learning to life for children and are extremely important in stimulating children’s interest in a way books cannot. For example, visiting a Roman Palace. I have been fortunate to attend training in developing the creative curriculum. This process involves the children developing their learning, and not being afraid to take a step outside of their normal comfort zone.
I have worked in a variety of different educational settings from Special Educational needs to most recently in a top Independent school.