Hi! I am a enthusiastic and committed musician working in the South of England.I studied piano through to Sixth-Form and organ at the University of Southampton alongside piano masterclasses with David Owen Norris.Working with a diverse range and size of ensembles has allowed me to develop a large repertoire in many genres.No style or genre puts me off, I will always try something once!Since leaving university i focused on performing and began private teaching and coaching during 2019.I have over 15 years experience as a organist and Director of Music at Anglican churches, and 18 years Conducting Choirs and Orchestras.Firmly believing in the power a musical experience can give someone, I bring this passion to coaching, rehearsals, concerts and projects. It's never too late to pick up and instrument and I'm here to help encourage and develop your musical journey.Getting to know you and what you want to achieve helps set the pace of learning.
Qualified English teacher available for private tuition and teaching in English Language and Literature. Teaches KS2 up to A' Level. Can also provide coaching and support at undergraduate level and for those students undertaking Functional Skills qualifications in English and Maths. Available to teach online or in person. Willing to travel if required. Fully DBS checked.
In terms of tutoring experience, I have taught students on a one to one basis with a variety of SEN, SEMH and general needs, including those who are home schooled and have thus never entered a classroom. What's more, I am an approved tutor on the National Tutoring Programme and have worked for Pearson Edexcel on this scheme.
With regards to exam preparation experience, I have knowledge of both the AQA and Edexcel specifications, having prepared Year 11 students for their GCSEs in English Language and English Literature. I will also be working as a examiner for AQA in 2022.
Eurospeak Southampton opened on the 22nd October 2018 and is Eurospeak’s second location in the UK. Eurospeak Southampton is located in a historic, 4-storey listed building, which is a 5 minute walk from Southampton Central train station, a 5 minutes walk from Southampton city centre and also opposite the biggest park in the centre of Southampton, Watts Park.
Since 1976, we have helped students from around the world to speak English with confidence. Our achievements, including a Centre of Excellence award, place us among the best in the UK. Why Choose Lewis >
Lessons at Lewis are fun, challenging and interactive. We learn about each of you and adapt our lessons to meet your needs. A highly creative school with a Teacher Training Centre, we constantly explore new ways to inspire you. Read about adult and junior lessons
Our focus is you – your well-being, your progress, your happiness. We aim to make sure you are having the best possible time as you discover the UK and make friends from around the world. Our students describe our school as warm, friendly and ‘like a big family’. What our students say >
I have been a fully qualified teacher for 5 years now and have successfully carried 2 year groups through the new 9-1 English GCSE.
I have a comprehensive knowledge of the Literature texts, Macbeth, A Christmas Carol and An Inspector Calls, while also having a secure knowledge of the Power and Conflict Poetry Anthology.
I have attended AQA literature and Language seminars and conferences where I have gained invaluable insight into the examiners reports and feedback from previous exams; enabling me to provide consistently up-to-date advice and knowledge for the students that I teach.
I am available to tutor during the week from 5pm onwards (preferably on Tuesdays or Wednesdays).
36 years teaching experience currently subject leader at a very successful 6th form college in Eastleigh
I have been teaching for 17 years, specialising in Key stage 3 and Key Stage 4 English Language and English literature.
I am a primary school teacher. I currently teach year 3 but I have taught in KS1 and 2.
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My own genuine passion for learning languages and exploring intercultural dialogue motivated me to become a teacher so I could share my passion and experiences with my students.
I am a very enthusiastic person and like to put all my energy into what I do, making my lessons fun and enjoyable for all students. At the same time, I am passionate about grammar and love teaching in a way my students can deduct the rules from the context of the language we discuss in lesson, but also become interested in practising grammar on their own.
A characteristic of my teaching is to be able to plan very efficient lessons where a skill or linguistic content is presented, developed and practised through a progressive and scaffolded structure that supports all learners. I encourage students to have a personalised approach to their learning and I am always available to help them find their own way of studying and provide tips for remaining motivated in their learning.
During my undergraduate study of Arabic, I spent almost two years in Paris. Upon completing my masters in Arabic, I decided to consolidate my knowledge of French sitting all the language and literature exams of the Bachelor Degree as a private student. I then continued my professional development by obtaining the DALF Certificate, level C1 of the CEFRL (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages).
My PGCE course at the University of Southampton was focussed on teaching French, Italian and German.
My native language is Italian and I hold a qualification for teaching Italian to foreigners (CEDILS). I am also fluent in French, thanks to my studies abroad and relative qualifications (see above).
I am currently teaching French and Italian in a secondary school in Southampton and teaching adults at Language Class, as well as privately.
Please get in touch if you are interested to learn in a professional, efficient and active way.
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Over 10 years experience of teaching iGCSE and A Level Chemistry at King Edward VI school in Southampton.
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After graduating from Hatfield Polytechnic in 1987, I spent many years in industry, working in the UK and overseas. I worked in various roles including project management and other senior management positions.
My two children were born in 2002 and 2004, and at that time I decided to change my career and applied to Southampton University in September 2005 to take Postgraduate Certificate in Education leading to Qualified Teacher Status, as I had always had a passion for education and thought now is the time for a change.
In 2007, I completed my induction as a teacher and promptly moved to a new school as a Second in Department in Mathematics. I have stayed at that school ever since, but my position has changed to where my role is now a combination of teaching and data management for the whole school. In this position, I have a clear picture of not only the mathematics that needs to be taught but how important that is to the future prospects of the students.
As I approach retirement, I am looking to continue teaching but in a tutoring capacity, as I really enjoy the feeling when a student understands a concept for the first time and looks forward to learning more.
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I am an experienced History teacher, Head of History, and a member of the Hampshire History Steering Group.
With over 10 years of childcare experience, I have extensive experience as a childcare professional in a range of different settings. I am confident in high pressure environments and aim to always work to the best of my abilities. I like to think I am a well-mannered and approachable person that always tries my best in everything that I do. I like to learn new things and I am always up for a challenge. I love to dance, and I enjoy a varied range of physical activities. I have a great passion for travelling and enjoy baking.
There are 6 fundamentally important elements which make for effective learning. Please watch the video to understand how our method guarantees that our learning support and tuition service is the most effective and affordable way to help many different types of student in their learning.
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We support people to get involved with activities within the community and within our centre. We are very new and are aim to offer people the service they want and need. We are focused on young people becoming as independent as possible, and our approach is always driven by respect and having the highest expectations of those we provide a service for. We are working on cooking, travel and money skills with people who have asked for this. We also access sports sessions in the community and use community services available to all, such as the local gym. We will soon be offering employability sessions based on the ASDAN training scheme.
We have sing signing sessions which offer people the opportunity to learn Makaton in a really interesting and modern way (all the songs are decided by the group). We also have a contemporary dance session, as well as reminiscence for older people. We welcome new challenges and ideas, and are always keen to hear service users opinions and views.
We are part of Windward Day Services which is based in Netley Marsh, near Totton. We offer holidays to all our service users and have our own Foundation which can help with the cost of these. We have been to Butlins, France, Skiing, on activity holidays and plan to do lots more.
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Nigel H. has been a student of Shotokan Karate for over 30 years and studied with a number of Japanese and European Sensei (Instructor). He visited Japan and Okinawa in 2000 and briefly trained at the Japanese Karate Association HQ in Tokyo. He holds the grade of Yon Dan (4th Dan) and his Karate rank is registered in the UK and Japan. He is also a registered Yoga teacher and holds a Yoga Diploma with the Yoga www.*** ;Nigel is an NHS Technical Instructor (Sports & Fitness) and registered with the Royal Association of Occupational www.*** is a family club and welcomes beginners and experienced students of all abilities, aged 14 years and above. Nigel remains focused on supporting his students development and improving their understanding and www.*** ability to deliver traditional Shotokan Karate lessons is underpinned with a comprehensive understanding of physiology & anatomy, which was gained during 21 years served with the www.*** life experience and understanding of human development is enhanced with a background of teaching physical exercise to those with limited www.*** has a keen diverse interest in teaching Karate to everyone and believes Karate compliments existing therapies and reduces stress, anxiety and depression.
have been in my present post for seven years. During this time I have gained a wealth of experience across the school. I have been instrumental in developing the school’s sport and physical education over this period. I have created a curriculum which allows pupils to be excited and enriched, this includes a physical education programme, where pupils can be immersed with concepts and the use of modern technology to develop technical skills. They are encouraged to improve skills by fun, allowing them to have a stimulating experience. All lessons during the week are planned with many cross-curricular links across the school.
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I am an enthusaistic educator who can offer highly personalised online tutoring. I am currently in my fourth year of teaching and my specialisms are English and media studies. I enjoy adapting my teaching and tutoring to match the pupil in front of me and to adjust my teaching style to suit the learner and can provide high quality tutoring particularly for those pupils preparing for GCSEs or the move up to A Level. I have experience in exam marking which I believe has helped me become proficient in what skills a pupil needs to hone these are transerfable to whichever phase of learning you are currently at. Contact me if you have any questions and I am happy to set up an initial lesson to see if my style is compatible to your needs.
Michael has had extensive teaching experience in schools, both Oxford and Cambridge universities, for London College of Music, Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance and with Adult Education. His youngest pupils are 11 and his oldest over 90. He has been able to help singers, speakers and actors with vocal issues and has had consistent success in entering students for ABRSM and Trinity Guildhall examinations. He is currently Vocal Tutor at Priestlands School, Musical Director of Lymington Choral Society and Artistic Director of a Travelling group of musicians and actors, The Bold Balladiers.