I have been working in schools since 2004, initially as a Teaching Assistant and then wanting to become a teacher, which I achieved in 2014. I am very passionate about working with parents, children and other adults that help move children forward, through developing their confidence to achieve this.
I believe that my skills and guidance, I can help children to reach their potential. I have worked with various children with different needs. I can help children to succeed and enjoy their learning and making it fun, but effective and tailored to their individual needs.
I am available to help with all primary subjects. I am experienced in Read Write Inc, Jolly Phonics and Letters and Sounds Phonic schemes.
I can tailor a individual education plan to your child's needs and abilities.
I am a highly experienced, flexible and very versatile tutor, with advanced degrees and teaching qualifications in business, finance, history, literature, art, classics, maths and sciences. I teach at Middlesex University, and also conduct face to face and online training for a variety of other clients, from teenagers up to adult professionals. I have experience with exam prep (IB, CFA, CISI) as well as undergrad and postgrad courses in the subjects listed above. I can travel across London or even overseas for the right assignments. I believe I charge fairly for value provided, and promote an engaging, enjoyable teaching and learning style.
Having carefully selected the best academics from prestigious educational backgrounds and expert knowledge in all fields of education, Tutor Supply can only guarantee the best outcome in specialised academic support. We provide professional academic services, academic guidance and bespoke consultancy at all levels. Being already specialist teachers in schools or having been specialists in a variety of national schools, our academic teachers are well accustomed with all examination boards and have expert knowledge in all areas of the national curriculum.
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!
A widely-published poet and teacher based in Somerset, Matt runs the annual Somerset Young Poets competition, and is well-known at schools across the county. As a teacher, he has worked with the Poetry Society and the Arvon Foundation, the John Betjeman Prize and the George Orwell Society. His poetry publications include a prize-winning pamphlet, a first collection and a book of translation, while his poetry has appeared in numerous journals. In 2018, he won a Literature Matters award from the Royal Society of Literature. He has an MA (distinction) in Creative and Life Writing. Matt has over fiften years' experience of teaching English, Study Skills, Examination Preparation classes, Creative Writing and English Culture. He has taught all levels and ages, from eight-year-old Japanese students to Parisian www.*** ;Teaching has brought him to London, Poland, Tuscany, South Sudan and the Czech Republic. He loves www.*** ;
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A recent county council inspection said that
Lewknor was outstanding in all areas:
“All indications are that Lewknor is an aspirational and ambitious school, working at an outstanding level”
¨ Rated OUTSTANDING by Oxford Diocesan Board of Education
¨ Rated GOOD by OFSTED
¨ Daily breakfast club from 8:00am
¨ After School Care Club daily until 5:30pm
¨ CHILDCARE VOUCHERS accepted
¨ After school football, judo, science, gardening and cookery clubs throughout the year
¨ 1:1 visits with the headteacher and a tour of the school also available at a mutuallyconvenient time.
¨ Nurturing environment
¨ Outstanding SATs Results (higher than national and local average)
¨ 100% phonics pass rate putting Lewknor Primary School in the TOP 3% OF PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN THE COUNTRY
We provide English, maths and Science tuition for ages 6-16 years across key stage 1, 2, 3, 4 and in preparation for SATS, GCSE’s and 11+ exams. We only use only the best tutors who will engage your child to learn core skills in maths and English. We build children's confidence so they can apply their skills to their own learning.
From the basics of reading, writing and spelling to comprehension and creative writing skills, Oak Tuition principles make it ideal for all learners, whether primary or secondary. Drawing on a variety of imaginative materials, the programme develops the key skills that allow the learner to read and write fluently, confidently and with enjoyment.
I am experienced in online tutoring children of primary age in the core subjects, Maths, Reading and www.*** ;
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Returning to teaching after a career in newspaper and magazine publishing, I've had recent classroom experience and now offer one-to-one tutorials for Key Stage 2 and 3 pupils. Lessons aim to support learning, encourage good grasp of grammar, vocabulary and sentence construction, and promote confidence in verbal reasoning and creative writing. Currently, I am offering online tutorials via Zoom, so location is flexible. Ordinarily, I'm based in Sevenoaks and can welcome pupils to my home. For parents' reassurance, I hold fully updated DBS certification.
Rachel is a qualified Primary School Teacher (PGCE 1996) with a further qualification of Reading Recovery teacher (UCL 2015) in post since 2015 part time in school. Rachel stayed at home for several years to bring up her family and returned to work in school in 2008. She has been teaching one to one for over seven years in her local infant school, firstly with a Year 1/2 maths intervention before moving to Reading Recovery, completing her Reading Recovery training year in June 2015.
In addition to school Rachel has been doing some tuition from her home – all online via video link since the start of the pandemic. Her specialist area is Key Stage One, although she also has experience tutoring lower Key Stage Two children who were struggling with reading and writing and had additional learning needs.
She is mum to three grown up sons, the youngest of which isstudying for his A levels whilst the oldest is focusing on completing a degree in Architecture. One of her sons has high functioning Autism with additional needs, meaning she has a lot of personal experience in helping children who are on the spectrum and may require a different approach to their education.
Rachel has always loved reading and enjoys being able to pass on this skill to the next generation. In recent years she has attended some overseas volunteer projects in the school holidays to help children there develop their English language skills, enhancing their employment opportunities for the future.
Rachel is very much enjoying teaching online and is finding it to be an exciting new way to educate young people.
Hello, My name is Katy and I'm a qualified Primary School teacher with a current DBS. I've experience teaching Years 3-6 and teaching children with a range of special educational needs and disabilities. Lockdown has been difficult for all of our children and I'd like to support your child and fill any gaps they may have. I would help your child become a confident and independent learner. I've lead online sessions throughout the first lockdown. These included whole class lessons and small group targeted Phonics and Maths interventions.
I Have been working with children for 10 years in Pre-school and nurseries. In the past I have worked with 1- to 5 years olds and have done some school experience in infant school reception to year 2. I love singing and have been singing since 9 years old and enjoy going to the theatre seeing west end shows. I love traveling to different part of the world and sharing with people my knowlege of the places ive been.
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German, Literacy, Basic Maths, French, General Science, Writing, Phonics, and Spelling lessons in Shrewsbury, UK.
I am a Primary school teacher, Teach First Ambassador and personal development writer and coach. I have experience working in a variety of different primary schools with children of all ages and needs, including SEND and EAL children. I am available to tutor EYFS, KS1 and KS2 Maths, Writing, Reading and History either online or in person locally. I offer a free initial consultation (either online or in person) to meet your child, see if we are a good fit and gain an understanding of your child's needs and priorities.
Our average class size is 14 and we have an overall pupil to teacher ratio of 1 to 12. Classes in the Infants and Juniors are limited to 16. Year groups in the Middles and Seniors may average 26 - 28. These are then taught in two ability groups thus maintaining our small class sizes. Bowbrook's strength lies in its size.
This personalised approach enables all pupils to flourish. We are large enough to compete and to challenge, yet small enough to care.
Individual pupil success, success within the county of Worcestershire and success on the National stage.
Winners of National ISA Awards in 2010, 2013 and again in 2017. Worcestershire Education Awards, double winners in 2017 and finalists again in two categories in 2018. We constantly challenge our staff and our pupils to strive to be the best that they can.
We are an all-through, values-led Primary School, with its own Nursery Class.
Handwriting, Writing, Numeracy, Maths, Science, Phonics, Clarinet, Singing, and Art lessons in Brighton, UK.
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I am an experienced Primary School teacher. I have been working in inner city Birmingham for 10 years. I currently teach year 2, so I am able to support children preparing for their year two SATs and phonics screening check in year 1.
I spent two years teaching year 1 and seven years teaching Reception. Early reading and writing is a specialism of mine, along with teaching phonics and spelling, working with children who have English as an additional language and children with special educational needs.
I like to make learning as fun and as practical as possible to ensure that children are engaged and enjoy what they are doing. Using practical resources to support Maths and Science, linking reading and writing to experiences that children can relate to and enjoy!
I look forward to hearing from you!
English literature, reading, writing and maths lessons in Folkestone, UK.
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I've been a primary school teacher for 14 years and a Special Educational Needs Coordinator for the past 8. My passion is in helping children learn and grow in which ever way they do best. I'd love to help in any way I can to support your children in reaching their full potenetial with confidence. My speicalism is identifying what the barriers to their learning may be and finding fun, interactive and inventive ways of helping them break those barriers down. Best of all, let's make learning exciting and teach children to be proud of themselves and of all of their achievements however little they may be x
My name is Hannah, I am a primary school teacher with experience teaching and tutoring children from nursery and pre school age up to year 6 level. I can cover any primary curriculum subjects with a focus on early reading skills, phonics, writing and maths throughout primary level. Happy to do homework help sessions or work on any specific areas that need supporting. I pride myself on fun and engaging sessions, building a report with my students. I look forward to hearing from you and helping some little learners!
Maths, reading, writing, spelling, phonics and handwriting lessons in Bedford, UK.
Tutor all subjects in Primary Curriculum.
Specialist in Primary Mathematics
I have worked in the education setting for the past 9 years; working with children of differing ages and abilities. In 2013, I qualified as a Primary School teacher and took up my first teaching post in a school in Devon. I taught a mixed class of Year 4,5 and 6 children over many years and got through many Year 6 SATs testing too. During this time, I was part of an Ofsted inspection where I was graded ‘outstanding’ in my teaching practice.
I then went on to teach at another Devon primary school where I taught a variety of year groups. Having trained as a Maths specialist for teaching at Exeter University, I became the Mathematics Lead for the Exe Valley Federation. During this time, I went on to learn more about the best methods to teach Mathematics along with taking part in a Mathematics Mastery research programme. I supported teachers and ran training in how to improve Maths teaching across the schools.
Whilst studying for my degree at the Plymouth University, I spent time researching in both Special Needs and main stream Schools to learn about child development. In 2011, I worked as a Learning Support Assistant at a Special Needs School where I worked alongside the Mathematics teacher to support the children’s learning in a way that would work best for each child in the school.
Tutoring has become a natural progression for me after teaching for many years. I genuinely believe that with the right support ALL children can succeed. Watching children make small steps of progress has been the key to my love of teaching. As a tutor, I can gently assess your child and give them the extra support to help them gain the confidence they need in school. Many parents have mentioned how their child’s confidence has improved since tuition, not only in the subject they were tutored in, but as an individual overall. This in many ways is as important as grades achieved. Through the improvement in confidence, a child can start to flourish and will start to get more out of their school setting.
I qualified in teaching primary school subjects and French at Homerton college Cambridge in 1976. I continued to teach in primary schools and went on to teach secondary French and German. After having a family I then qualified in TESOL to all age groups specialising in phonics and listening and speaking. Latterly, I have taught English and subject support to International students at a girl,s boarding school St George' s school, Ascot. I am keen to offer support to the National Tutoring program to help children who have missed out on their education due to lockdown. I am especially interested in becoming a Teaching Assistant and helping in teaching reading, writing and primary and GCSE French.
Primary teacher in London, UK.
Professional qualified and experienced teachers. Our tutors are specialists in the current Maths, English and Science syllabus and are chosen specifically to deliver the best tuition for your child.
Joyce Morrison (proprietor) is a qualified teacher, holding a first class honours teaching degree. Because of the demands from parents of children in her children's primary school, she opened an educational resource centre in Wallington. The bookshop was intended to help parents support their children in school by offering current books and classroom resources, eleven plus papers and teacher assistance. However, teachers as well as those who home school are finding the shop invaluable. In addition, the tuition centre's excellent grammar pass rate is drawing parents from miles around for tuition.
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