Philip M R. Ltd is a small company in Hemel Hempstead which, amongst other operations, provides 1 to1 private teaching to local children from Key Stage 2 upwards in STEM subjects. The company’s teaching philosophy, built up over 40 years of teaching experience, is based upon the mantra tell me I forget, show me and I will remember, but let me do and I will understand.
We have a dedicated covid secure classroom. We have an extremely comprehensive equipment store to cover all the experiments for GCSE and A level Science (Biology, Chemistry and Physics). This enables the students to take part in experiments which enhances their learning.
Since the lockdown, our response was to transition, virtually overnight, our teaching online. The tutor’s hands became the student’s hands and the cameras their eyes, the microphone and speakers became their voice and ears. With the power of a broadcast switcher, the student did not have one view but many, depending on what was needed. In addition, we decided to live stream tutorials on YouTube going through GCSE and A level Maths, Physics, Chemistry and Biology, topic by topic, week by week utilising all our equipment for experiments. This was to develop a resource for all not just our own students.
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I am more than happy to help anyone at these difficult times. I have taught at Preston manor high school Wembley for 15 years as a head of biology. Currently teaching part time A level biology at Mount Grace school in potters bar. I teach all science Upto gcse level.
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I have 2 years of experience in tutoring GCSE maths, chemistry, biology, physics and geography and have obtained grade 9 in all of these subjects. I am very familiar with the new grade 9-1 exams as I have sat these myself. I have also worked at A-level Maths, Physics, Chemistry and Further Maths at an A* level.
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Qualified as a teacher and taught in Belfast (Methodist College) and then in Johannesburg (St Davids Marist College) where I became head of the Science Department. Subsequently I went into industry with Computers and networks. Now I am tutoring full time. I enjoy meeting people and helping students to maximise their grades and their chances of sucess in a very competitive world.
All Sciences up to GCSE. Chemistry to A Level. King's Scholarship.
35 years experience.
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The Academy is committed to providing excellent tuition that is affordable for everyone.
A teacher of science with 17 years experience. Currently teaching an outstanding school with students producing great results.
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After graduating with an honours degree in Mathematics, Zahra entered the hedge fund world where she studied for CIMA and CFA qualifications. During that time she also taught on a voluntary basis, before deciding to pursue teaching full time. She is a supportive and friendly teacher, who has taught GCSE, IGCSE and A-Level Mathematics and Further Mathematics for over 10 years.
As well as teaching maths, Zahra is also responsible for the delivery of the Medical Programme designed for students applying for medicine, dentistry or veterinary science and specialises in training students for the UKCAT and BMAT exams.
I can teach Physics to A level and any science to GCSE. I always achieve top grades in both GCSE and GCE. My school is currently teaching AQA but I have a good knowledge of all the other boards. I have also marked for AQA and OCR. I live in Baldock, North Herts and would travel reasonable distances depending on the fee.
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Secondary School Science Teacher with a Chemistry Specialism for 2 years.
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Have been teaching in Harlow for thirteen years, available both to teach biology A level WJEC syllabus as well as GCSE sciences
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I was previously a lead practioner in Science before becoming an assistant head teacher. I have always been passionate about my subject and teaching and Learning and most of all love making a difference to chidlren's lives. It is always a pleasure and self rewarding seeing the progress a student can make with the correct support given by a teacher.
My experience so far makes me knowledgeable in my field and that with the experience I have well equipped to make a difference to a child's future.
I am very familiar with the AQA spec and have been teaching with this exam board for over 10 years.
First lesson is FREE (No obligation). Maths and Science tutoring by a UK QUALIFIED TEACHER and A GCSE EXAMINER for a leading exam board from a school in Harrow.
(GCSE, KS3 and Year 6 SATS Maths)
Excellent results were produced last year (100% pass rate, 81. 8 % level 8 or 9). Please contact to reserve a place for your child to assist his/her learning at school. It could be exam preparation, grasping basics or simply extending your child to his/her maximum ability. (A child who is capable of getting an A/A* (or level 9) achieving a B (Level 6-7 or so) is still under-performance). Each lesson is 1 hour and 30 minutes. We use diagnostic tests (FREE ASSESSMENT) to identify weak areas of students and we fix it by addressing the cause of the problem. Lessons are conducted in small groups in Pinner with INDIVIDUAL LESSON PLANS and individual intervention to maximize the impact of tutoring.
All lessons of MATHSCI EDUCATION CENTRE are conducted at Nower Hill High www.*** ; Number of students from local schools such as Nower Hill, Watford boys and Girls, John Lyon, Merchant Taylers, QE boys, Bushey meads, Long field and Pinner High School are already using this great opportunity to excel in their education. Please contact to arrange your FREE ASSESSMENT followed by a report on weaknesses and strengths of your child without any obligation. Thank you, Kind regards, Dushan
MATHSCI EDUCATION CENTRE
It must be just over 20 years ago that I began what was to be an epic adventure into tutoring. It all started when a neighbour who i was in a band with, asked me to teach his daughter the piano. I had been toying with the idea of teaching but this was an opportune time to let myself in gently. As it happened, it wasnt my finest hour as it was at the very beginning of a long learning curve, made all the more difficult because she had me down as dad's mate 'uncle Dave the keyboard player' not tutor Mr www.***
But undeterred I carried on and began tutoring Maths to some GCSE students heading towards their GCSEs. All were borderline and that's in the days when exams really were about pass or fail! I worked hard at it but also being honest about my lack of experience. To my delight, all the students came away with far higher grades than they had been predicted achieving in many cases B's.
Around that time I attended a career advice interview - still unsure whether i should be straying from electronics jobs. To my surprise the lady picked up the fact i'd recently started tutoring and asked me to tutor for a tutor college she'd set up.
I taught Maths and English at Kidklubb off and on for ten years until the lady closed the school to bring up her young www.*** ;
I've taught groups, adults, special needs students but the mainstay of course has been private 1-2-1 www.*** ;
Now the advent of the virus has moved lessons online - something which i had been looking to do but lockdown has brought a renewed impetus. So now marks another chapter in my tutoring with lessons online using zoom or Google hangouts.
In my time I have achieved excellent results with students and to date I've not had one fail though of course with the new grading system that's www.*** ;
No lesson is quite the same. Every student is unique and at their own stage. That's why I dont make rules that don't exist: I tailor each lesson to suit the particular needs of the student in question. With pupils at a more advanced stage, the student may have a clear idea of what they want to get out of the lesson. Lessons can be student-driven in which case they point me to topic areas they want to cover. It may be a methodical revision over the topics in chronoligical order or targeting a topic area. It may be a matter of going over the subject matter or just doing worked www.*** ;
I usually set homework but it is the student's time and i endeavour to work around their specific requirements and circumstances.
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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!
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At BCP Micro Academy we recognise the value of an education; it is why we have created our micro-academy for GCSE and A Level science to give your child the best opportunity in their exams.
We offer a maximum class size of 5 which provides:
• Close teacher-student interaction
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• Competitive pressure to enhance the experience.
• Reduced cost to you.
A team of highly experienced (enhanced DBS checked) specialist Biology, Chemistry and Physics Teachers
Currently KS3 Teacher and KS4-KS5 Physics teacher in a state mixed school in North of London