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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Joanna is a polish cellist based in London. She has made her debut as a soloist performing Goltermann’s Cello Concerto in G-major at the age of 12 and has since appeared in concerts and festivals around the world as a concerto soloist, recitalist, chamber as well as orchestral musician. As a soloist she has performed in many renowned concert halls in Europe, Asia and United States as well as at important festivals. In 2017 she made her debut on BBC Radio 3. With a broad range of repertoire, her musical specialisms encompass works from the standard repertoire alongside lesser known pieces. In her recitals she often includes new works, many of them written especially for her and dedicated to her.
Joanna is a founding member of the award-winning Bukolika Piano Trio. She also collaborates with the guitarist Mario Kurtjak as well as with the Rowan Cello Quartet. In January 2020, she received her PhD. Her doctoral research as well as her CD album focused on music for the cello by Kaija Saariaho as an example of new qualities of sound and expression. Joanna received a scholarship from the Clumber Studio to study with Christoph Richter at the Royal Academy of Music in London, where she graduated with Distinction in 2018.
Joanna is a highly demanded teacher, and holds a position as an assistant professor at the Academy of Music Krakow in addition to her ever-expanding class of private cello students across London. She is also involved in the promotion of music by the Venezuelan composer Antonio Estevez, whose music is well known in South America but still undiscovered by many audiences.
Joanna plays on a cello by Pawel Migiel.
I am a qualified singing, piano and music theory teacher and have been teaching children and adults of all ages and abilities for the past five years. I especially enjoy working with beginners, creating friendly and supportive environment and making music learning fun. I have taught both privately and in schools and have prepared pupils for ABRSM exams, school concerts, choir solos, scholarship auditions and family performances.
Alongside teaching music, I have worked as a Teaching Assistant in Primary schools. Many people say that music and maths go well together and that really is the case for me. I enjoyed maths at school so much that one day I wanted to become a maths teacher. Returning to Primary setting reminded me of that, so now I have decided to also offer maths tuition here on tutorextra.
I have over 15 years of experience, in teaching music to children and adults of all ages. My main profession is individual and group music lessons, within primary schools. I have many private music students - which I have now adapted to teaching, where needed, via skype/zoom or using other digital resources. This method is working incredibly well!
I am the co-founder of a music school (Exeter Music Holiday School), which has been running for 7 years. We offer workshops and individual lessons, throughout every UK, mainstream school holiday. I also play the flute in a Ceilidh band, play in the pit for panto, and have perfomed on various instruments (including vocals), for group concerts and individual performances.
As the 'Wind' section leader, for Exeter Childrens Orchestra (ECO), I am having a wondeful experinece so far, and it has given me the opportunity to brush up on my basic Bassoon skills - which is my next planned venture.
Teaching the following instruments/vocals, in schools and privately has enabled me to tutor to varying degrees, and examination levels (I generally use ABRSM, as the preffered exam board). Here are the instruments I can provide lessons for:
At music school, I run workshops in world music, folk music, tales and art. Storytelling through music. Wind, strings, brass and percussion. Many workshops are adapted to the seasons, outdoor spaces so that we can explore and be inspired. Music really holds no bounderies and can be found everywhere.
I am constantly learning a new instrument, and take the exams through the levels. It keeps me on track with how it feels to learn and coping with exam prep and nerves. Empathy and connections is very important.
Being a parent, I know how important it is, to feel that your child is safe and happy with a mentor. This is why I encourge the take-up of a 'free' initial lesson, so that you feel happy and comfortable with going forward.
Although I do not have any specialist qualifications in working with children and adults with additional needs, I do have lots of experience. I have many wondefullly bright students, within these spectrums, whom have taught me so much. I am more than happy to re-invent the wheel and nurture what is important to each person. My eldest son is a child with autism, and he is an incredibly gifted musicican, who learns by ear and repitition (even though he can read music prefectly well) - as this is how he responds. He feels his way though it, and this makes his very happy. He has also happily sat many exams.
I would love to hear from you. Feel free to get in touch with any questions.
I love to help students of all ages understand their work and progress in their learning. I pride myself on being patient and supportive, and all lessons are catered to students' individual needs. I've been Head of Academic Music, Assistant Director of Music, and I've taught in the maintained and private sectors.
I teach all aspects and all levels of Music (including GCSE, A Level, IB), but also offer tutoring in academic/essay writing, and all aspects of English writing/spelling/grammar, and tailored learning support.
Privately helping individuals of 4 and more years of age learn to play the piano and understand the theory of making music with the tools of Neuro-Linguistic Programming. Students can learn with me at their homes within the London boroughs of Bromley, Lewisham, Lambeth, Croydon, Southwark, downtown Toronto Canada, and online on Skype or Zoom worldwide in lessons of 60 minutes or of length of their choice.
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For many years, I have worked in the UK and abroad as a professional musician. I am passionate about all aspects of music-making and about inspiring people of all ages to reach their full potential, both academically and practically.
I am currently an ABRSM examiner and have undertaken this role for 8 years, working in many regions of the UK and also in China and Hong Kong. I very much appreciate the chance to provide a friendly, but professional atmosphere in which candidates feel sufficiently at ease to perform to the best of their ability.
I have been Head of Academic Music at a public school in Bath for 7 years and have guided students through the component parts of the GCSE and A level syllabi. Many students have thrived under my care and have gone on to University or Music College to further their understanding of Music.
I also teach Music Theory up to Grade 8. I am passionate that Theory is a vital addition to all practical music-making. Significantly, some students at school chose not to opt for A level Music, but later decided that they wanted to study Music at University. Achieving Grade 8 theory with me enabled them to secure their place in the next phase of their education.
I am a semi professional pianist and teach the piano from pre Grade 1 to Grade 8. I am very happy to teach the full range from young children up to adult learners, and years of experience of dealing with people has, I trust, cultivated a focused, committed and friendly approach.
I accompany a Choral Society and have done so for 10 years, really enjoying the chance to play and inspire people to sing.
I also play the harpsichord in a Baroque ensemble with two professional flautists, a bass viol player and a Baroque vocalist. We give concerts and are all enthusiastic about our playing together and sharing our love of Baroque music.
Shaun provides music tuition for GCSE and A Level courses for Edexcel, AQA, OCR and WJEC Boards. He is able to help you develop your understanding and awareness for the composition, listening and performing elements of the course.
Hi there I'm Dan H. BA (Hons) and I have been playing bass for over 13 years. I have a BA Honours Degree in Music and I'm available to teach bass to a very high standard. I have been teaching bass for some years now and I'm also a semi-professional musician and have been for over 11 years now and have done 100's of countless gigs in that time all around the country. If you are just starting to play bass, have a child that wants to learn an instrument and play bass or even if you're an experienced player already and want some help polishing off and improving your technique and skill then these lessons will be perfect for you! I also follow the Rock School grade syllabus so If you or your child are currently taking bass grade exams or you or your child are thinking about taking the bass grade exams then my lessons are perfect for you.
Please contact me for prices. Package and bundle deals are also avalaible.
Guitar Teacher Bushey is the leader in electric guitar, classical guitar, acoustic guitar, jazz guitar, bass guitar and ukulele lessons in Bushey, Hertfordshire & home tuition.
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"The Musica Nova is a name to be held in respect by those engaged in promoting sound artistic values within youthful musical circles. The establishment bears the hallmark of excellence. Its principal, the distinguished Russian pianist and singer Eugenia Terentieva, ensures that her students enjoy tuition of the highest quality. Musica Nova deserves to attain outstanding success in the field of scholastic advancement"
Derek Leask. Music Critic, UK
Musica Nova, the International Academy of Music, is a unique bilingual establishment in the UK that combines the best of British and Russian principles of teaching and offers music lessons and complex Certificate programmes for children (starting as early as 3. 5 years old) and adults (up to advanced professional level).
It has six categories of classes geared to maximise the potential of the student in musical styles and genres as diverse as classics, jazz, pop, dance, and drama. It was founded in 2001 and is based in the London Borough of Camden, within walking distance of King’s Cross St. Pancras tube station (zone 1). Thanks to the Academy, children, teenagers and adults from all ethnic backgrounds, including the Russian-speaking community in London, are being introduced to a beautiful world of music, enabling them to develop and improve their talent and to embark on professional music activity.
Musica Nova has established partnership links with artistic management agencies, record companies and cultural institutions. Since March 2011 the Musica Nova has held membership of the Incorporated Society of Musicians (ISM) one of the major umbrella organisations in the UK joining professional teachers and musicians. In 2012 the Musica Nova took part in the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Music Education held at the Palace of Westminster. Recent documentaries about the Academy have been broadcast by the BBC, major national and international Russian TV channels and the Russian Hour programme on the Digital Sky TV channel.
All teachers are highly qualified professional musicians with a Conservatoire education, and with vast teaching experience with legal working status in the UK. All new teachers are carefully assessed and vetted in accordance with DFES regulations and employment legislation and with the Musica Nova’s own quality control procedures.
Lessons and Curriculum
Lessons take place in soundproof studios, equipped with pianos and elegantly designed to bring a sense of intimacy and discipline to the teaching. Both one-to-one and group sessions of up to eight students, are run at the Academy to fit in with students and parent’s busy lifestyles. If requested, lessons can also take place at client’s home (within the London area) and online.
The programmes are specially designed to lead and direct students from very first steps in music to Certificate (Grades 1 – 8) and Degree programmes (Performing and Teaching Diplomas) with participation in concerts, recording projects, performances at the international festivals and competitions. The ‘Music Wonderland’ is an innovative authoring programme offered to younger students. In close collaboration with child psychologists it assists in teaching music to children with dyslexia, speech and concentration problems.
In 2014 the Musica Nova introduced new educational programmes. Free concert events and workshops popularising good quality classical and contemporary music are open for children and adults in the Camden Russian communities in London.
Every year over 200 students are successfully assessed and receive Diplomas from major national examination boards. Students continue further music education in colleges and conservatoires in the UK (Royal Academy of Music, Royal Music College, Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London, Cambridge and Oxford Universities) and Russia (State Conservatoire in Saint Petersburg, Gnessin Institution in Moscow).
Performances and Competitions
Students and teachers of the "Musica Nova" Academy have successfully performed in front of the members of the Royal Family, members of Parliament, politicians and celebrities.
- I currently teach using Skype and Zoom
- Which subject(s) do you teach?I teach singing, piano, recorder, theory and musicanship to adults and children of all levels of ability, in styles that include classical, pop and music theatre. As well as teaching singing I also provide piano accompaniment. Having sung with national opera companies and performed in concerts and music theatre I now specialise in coaching students for auditions and perfomances. I also have lots of experience preparing students for grade exams as well as teaching those who just wish to learn for www.*** Tell me about your www.*** hold an ARCM (Associate of the Royal College of Music) in teaching. I studied performance at the Opera School at the Royal College of Music. I studied piano with Yu Chun Yee and Ian Lake (professors of piano at the Royal College of Music). I studied music theatre at the Actors Centre in www.*** How much do you charge?I charge £30 for 30 minutes, £40 for 45 minutes, £45 an hour- Where do you teach?I teach at home in London, N20. The nearest tube is Totteridge/Whetstone on the Northern line. It is a 10 minute walk from the station, or you could take a bus for 2 stops. There is plenty of free parking outside the www.*** When are you available?I am available weekdays after 4pm, Monday mornings and weekends up to 2pm. I also teach throughout school www.*** Which ages and levels do you teach?I have students of all ages, from 5 to 95! I teach all grades in singing from total beginners to professional performers and have lots of experience preparing students for auditions and music theatre exams. I teach up to grade 5 piano and recorder as well as teaching music www.*** Which qualifications do you prepare your students for?ABRSM graded exams. Entrance to stage and drama schools. Auditions for music theatre, West-End shows, TV, films www.*** Do you have a personal message for students?My priority is to bring out the best in each individual student and to make our lessons as enjoyable as possible. I don't have a fixed teaching method but like to adapt to the interests and natural abilities of each student, so each lesson is an exciting experience for the student and myself.
- What kind of experience do you have?I have been performing professionally for over 35 years in opera, concerts, music theatre, pantomimes, TV and film with companies as diverse as the English National Opera, the Israeli National Opera, Covent Garden Opera House, BBC radio, La Scala (Milan), Earls Court etc. I have worked at English Martyrs Primary School, Hawley Infants and Kingsgate School for 14 years as a singing teacher, accompanist and recorder www.*** Do you have an up-to-date DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service, formerly CRB) Certificate?Yes. I am CRB checked and hold a Child Chaperone www.*** Where and with whom did you train?Leeds College of Music with Stiles-Allen and Owen Wynne. Royal College of Music with Hervey Alan and Marian Studholme. Israeli Opera with singing Professor Maria Buday. St. Cecilia Conservatori, Rome, with Paolo Silveri. Actors Centre in London with various teachers including Mary Hammond and Mark Meylan. Piano at the RCM with Yu Chun Lee and Ian www.*** Do you belong to any professional organisations?Musicians Union, Equity, Spotlight, AOTOS (Association of Teachers of Singing), Society of Recorder Players.
Rates Rate for online lessons : £45/h
• ARCM• RCM OPERA SCHOOL• CRB checked• MU, Equity, Spotlight
With a Teaching Career dating from 1993 and an International reputation - teaching throughout the UK to Australia and many countries between - since 2010, Robin T. MMus, BMus (Hons.), ATCL (Dip.), MISM provides solutions to your musical issues.
Robin T. is a Music Teacher in Banchory serving 65 Students and an International cohort of Students via Online Tuition. Singing, Piano, Guitar, Bass, Drums and Elocution Lessons. After teaching internationally for years, Robin has added to his role, teaching English through Music. Incorporating TEFL qualifications with Music Teaching qualifications.
I have taught music for 30 years as a school music teacher, so am able to tutor in GCSE music, A level, also Piano and organ and music theory. I am happy to take beginners.
Music lessons in Tetbury, UK.
I began my career as a violinist with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, where I played for 13 years, as well as being a visiting teacher of violin at Oakham School, Rutland. Following the arrival of my children, I completed a secondary PGCE in music, qualifying to teach GCSE and A level music; I am currently an AS and A level examiner for Pearson Edexcel. Following my Masters with TrinityLaban, I have returned to private instrumental teaching and music theory and GCSE/A level tutoring, as well as undertaking some music service teaching, music examining and professional performing. I currently teach music theory, coach chamber music and conduct a string ensemble at Primary Royal Academy of Music in London.
I am experienced with children and young people from KS2 through to KS5, and teach violin from beginner up to diploma level. I also teach music theory, viola and can coach GCSE and A level instrumental performance candidates. As an A level examiner, and a very experienced GCSE music teacher, I can provide additional lessons or support for GCSE and A level music candidates, including teaching coursework composition.
I believe firmly that all human beings have an innate musical ability and enjoy finding creative ways to draw that out in all learners, no matter their age or current ability.
Happy to teach 11-18 year olds anything to do with music: composition, history, analysis, theory and listening skills. I have a holistic approach and believe good music teaching should involve playing, listening, analysing and creating (composition). Many years of experience in preparing pupils for EDEXCEL GCSE and A level with excellent results. Happy to deliver via ZOOM as a platform.
I have many years experience teaching the guitar. I like to inspire my students by teaching them the songs they love which in turn encourages them to put in the practice required to play well. I have a number of students who have gone on to make their career in music, and also students who are just learning for their own pleasure. I take all ages and abilities and like the lessons to be informal, relaxed and fun.
Guitar (Electric, Acoustic, Base, Classical, Slide) Mandolin: Banjo (Bluegrass 5 String): Ukulele:
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At www.*** MUSIC STUDIOS you can enjoy: Affordable quality GUITAR, www.*** , MANDOLIN, VIOLIN, Music Theory, Songwriting and Composition sessions in the music studios located in www.*** town www.*** to one tuition £8 for 25 mins, £11 for 40mins or £15 an hour. Novice to virtuoso, all ages and abilities welcome! NO boring exams, get playing, performing, writing, recording and enjoying your www.*** singing and vocal workshops from £2:50 per person, per www.*** (5+ sessions) get FREE Instrument www.*** provided for www.*** taking lesson bookings for 2019To contact www.*** Music Studios txt/tel tel: *** or message page. www.*** MUSIC Studios inc the House Of Fun Music room Supporting our awesome local musicians since 1992. (More master classes in 2019 t. b. a)
I am Stephen M. a guitar, ukulele teacher running Guitar Lessons Camberley. Teaching is from my home in Sandhurst near Camberley. I have taught the guitar for Wellington College, Bearwood College, Hampshire Music Services, Thames Valley University, Yamaha Music Schools and Berkshire Maestro’s.
38 years guitar teaching experience.
I teach all guitar styles Electric, Acoustic, Classical, Music theory and the Ukulele. Pupils are taught one to one and lessons are planned around their needs and desires
I am in easy reach of local areas such as: Camberley, Wokingham, Bracknell, Sandhurst, Fleet, Crowthorne, Blackwater, Bagshot, Ascot, Finchampstead, Yateley, Farnborough, Farnham, Aldershot, Hook, Lightwater, Berkshire, Surrey and Hampshire.
I am friendly, relaxed and patient with a conscientious attitude. I have qualifications in teaching, a member of the “Incorporated Society Of Musicians” and “Register of Guitar Teachers”.
I have played in several bands and I am currently a lead guitarist in a local band www.***
Lessons are £18 for 30 mins or £35 an hour
Mobile: tel: ***
30+ years of experience in 1:1 and ensemble music teaching. Beginners to Advanced. Exam study or purely for pleasure!
18 years in general music classroom teaching, devising and teaching tailored curriculum from early years to adult, including EYFS, KS1 - www.*** ;
GCSE, A Level, all ABRSM instrumental and theory grades. All students gained A/A* at GCSE and 100% pass with ABRSM grades.
Preparation for auditions and scholarships. Many students sung/played with national ensembles - NYCGB, NCOGB, NYOGB, NCCGB.
Adult learners of all abilities and guidance in general musicianship in all instruments/voice types.
Speciality in flute and vocal performance. Experience in woodwind, piano, keyboard, brass, general musicianship and music theory.
Choral and ensemble www.*** ; Workshops and conducting / directing www.*** ; Wide experience in organising community music events.
Remote study and consultations available via Zoom, Teams, Skype, WhatsApp.
Please visit www.*** for contact details and further information.
Concert Pianist; Master of Music (Theory); Asst. Prof. of Music (Performance); recording artist ; Lecturer at Southampton University.
I have taught instrumental music to a wide range of ages including adults. I teach most instruments, including theory of music, and believe that music should be enjoyed in which case I teach towards ABRSM and British College of Accordionists examinations in addition to supplementing this with playing for pleasure and enjoyment music. My experience is that individuals should be taught according to their individual learning style and therefore I adapt my teaching style to match the age, stage, interest and needs of the students which means that if the student wants to learn for pure enjoyment then examinations may not be considered.
My students have enjoyed many successes at national level and some have gone on to study music at University.
Religious Studies and Music theory lessons in Crawley, UK.
Experience: 35 years in secondary comprehensive schools up to and including senior level. Highly successful teaching with students' outcomes always greater than expectations at GCSE and A Level.
In my lond yearbook as a student I studied both electric and classical guitar. My electric guitar studies consist of jazz-fusion theory, harmony, and performance. In my classical side I studied theory, harmony, counterpoint, fugue and composition, studying under Mr Costas Cotsiolis, who in his turn was a student of Segovia.
I have been tutoring both in private sessions and in music schools as well, covering all ages and levels of students. As a session guitarist I participated in numerous bands and music groups, performing in tv shows, theaters and music venues. Genres covering are jazz, fusion, pop, rock, hard rock and metal, also classical repertoire from Bach to Sor to Britten.
As a tutor I follow the approach and teaching material of London College of Music, Berklee and Musicians Institute. I can teach you any of those approaches, however I am familiar with the ABRSB, Trinity, and Rockschool and of course I can adapt to any special request of my students.
Alice Elizabeth D. BEM GTCL LTCL (PftT) FISM (née Larner) is a popular piano and singing teacher and is the Musical Director of the University Plymouth Choral www.*** moved down from Aberdeenshire to Penzance in Cornwall in 2017 (after working there since 1990) leaving her post as Musical Director of Haddo House Choral & Operatic Society and the two award winning young Haddo Voices choirs. She was also the founder and Artistic Director of the Haddo Arts Festival.
A fully qualified conservatoire trained pianist and singer, Alice teaches in Penzance www.*** has an unprecedented success rate with pupils of all ages in exams, auditions and performances but also teaches pupils for fun and is adaptable to all needs.
She has over 30 years experience of teaching aspiring musicians and has helped many gain access into conservatoires, colleges, universities and stage schools.
She is an experienced choral conductor having taken rehearsals and conducted concerts and operas at Haddo House since the early 90s. All the non-auditoned choirs she led won competitions locally and nationally.
She is a member of the professional body the Incorporated Society of Musicians (Private Teachers Section), and The Association of Teachers of Singing (AOTOS), is fully DBS checked and was recently honoured with the British Empire Medal in the Queen’s 90th Birthday honours for Services to Music in Aberdeenshire.
Hi. My name is Tarquin www.*** I teach an assortment of musical threads, mainly piano and theory, and also in composition, be it songwriting or film soundtracks. I am a flexible teacher, in that I try to meet the learner wherever they are at, and seek to teach them in a way that suits their learning style. My background is both classroom teaching and ono-to-one peripatetic and I have taught throughout all Key Stages and all abilities. I am also well versed in Music Technology (and have taught it) which I use to create soundtracks, and ambient pieces.
I am a believer in rewarding effort and thus discipline is a firm asset in my students. I am both congenial and engaging as a tutor. My sense of humour is unique and perhaps it is why I love Music full stop!
CAROLINE LENTON-WARD studied at the Royal Academy of Music where she was awarded the Charles Norman Prize. On leaving the RAM, she was granted awards from the Countess of Munster Musical Trust for further studies.
Caroline has appeared with the Royal Opera, Opera North, Kent Opera and the D'Oyly Carte, and performs regularly with BBC Singers, Sinfonietta Voices and London Voices. Solo appearances have included performances at the Royal Festival Hall, Bridgewater Hall and Philharmonic Hall with the RLPO, Mozart's C Minor Mass at the Barbican, Messiah with Sir David Willcocks, the role of the Virgin in Honegger's opera Joan of Arc with the RLPO, conducted by Libor Pesek, Verdi’s Requiem in Ely Cathedral, Vaughan Williams A Sea Symphony, Rossini's Petite Messe Solenelle for the BBC, and Britten’s War Requiem. Caroline was a soloist in James McMillan’s Busqueda for the 10th Anniversary concert of Music for Today series with the Philharmonia at the Royal Festival Hall, and has been a soloist in TV Times Christmas with the Stars at the Royal Albert Hall.
Caroline is a vocal tutor at Goldsmiths, University of London; is Choral Director and Singing Teacher at Sydenham High School; she set up and ran the Westminster Choral Project and was the founder Musical Director of the Westminster Junior Singers and Youth Choir; she was on the advisory panel for Go Sing singing in schools project. In addition, she has been a member of the BBC Singers outreach team and works as a consultant in Choral Education.
I am an Oxford graduate (Worcester College), with a degree in Literae Humaniores - Latin and Greek language and literature, as well as ancient and modern philosophy (BA 2013, MA 2016)I am also a professional classical singer and conductor, active around the UK. I am a Lay Vicar at Chichester Cathedral, where I sing professionally with the cathedral www.*** , approachable, and professional, I am passionate about teaching and helping people to develop their knowledge and skills.
My business, JB Tutoring, operates from Chichester. I offer teaching and tutoring in singing, voice use, music, classical languages and classical literature. I also tutor online, so I am able to take on students from www.*** teach and tutor my academic subjects at a variety of levels, from pre-GCSE to undergraduate and master's level, and my students most often go on to receive A*s and 1st Class results in their examinations. I am also happy to tutor younger pupils towards Common Entrance www.*** have experience in preparing students for Oxbridge Admissions, and offer such preparation for Classics and related subjects (including Archaeology and Philosophy - please send me a message to discuss this further).I am perfectly happy to take on casual learners - please get in touch to discuss this more.
My language teaching is based on the way in which classical languages are taught at Oxford, and I believe in the development both of analytical language skills and an instinct for the art of translation. For GCSE and A-Level, it is important for vocabulary and grammar to be secure, so I encourage a rigorous approach to language, but one that is www.*** ask for a tutee to try their hardest - as long as they do, they will be met with an enthusiastic, patient, and understanding tutor, a tutor dedicated to his teaching and his pupil. It is vital to tailor sessions to the student, and I customise my lessons for each student I have based on their needs.
Sandie W. is “Making Learning Music Fun”.
Piano and Music Theory lessons in Kenley, UK.
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