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Private Special Needs Teachers across Scotland

We can help you find the right local special needs tutor in Scotland to compliment your child's education, or if you are an adult learner, your own education. Private special needs tuition is an excellent way to improve confidence, knowledge as well as increasing grades. Please use our service to search for home special needs tutors near you (anywhere in Scotland) and select which best suits your needs.

Meet some of our Tutors

Fleur
have been teaching English for 17 years as well as drama and media studies. I have completed one module towards a post-graduate certificate in Dyslexia and Literacy and have specialised as an SEBD teacher (social, emotional and behavioural difficulties). To support this role, I have completed the two year COSCA counselling skills course via Aberdeen University. I have a particular interest in ADHD and teach strategies to help children and parents. Whilst in Glasgow, I...
Rhiann

Rhiann

Masters: MA English Literature and Public Policy (2011)
(a program equivalent to highers), where I specialized in English, History and my languages. I have a Masters degree in English (both language and literature) alongside Public Policy from Glasgow University. I work in training now, working with adults and children using a variety of learning approaches. I have reached in schools with children under 12, as well as regularly train young adults and adults. I have been working as a tutor for 6 years,...
Elspeth

Elspeth

PGCE: Primary Education (2006)
tutoring and my friendly manner puts students at ease in order that they may get the best out of their tutoring sessions. I have been teaching for 6 years, I have worked in mainstream, a behaviour support base, a language and communication unit with children with autistic spectrum disorders and currently teach in a Gaelic medium nursery. I tutor on a regular basis, mostly at primary level and this includes tutoring pupils with additional support...
Benjamin Kester
a Cervical Cancer Support Group Leader and Hom Tutor. I have home tutored both my daughters in Maths, English, Science and much more for Key Stages 1 to 4 (one of my daughters was home schooled until High School) my eldest daughter has Asberger's Syndrome and attends mainstream school alongside her sister. Whatever your child needs to learn you need to learn I am definitely able to help you and can guarantee your satisfaction. I...
Bernadette

Bernadette

PGCE: Post Graduate Certificate in Primary Teaching (2013)
their learning fun and make them feel relaxed. I have taught various children on the Autism Spectrum, Downs Syndrome, Foetal Alcohol Syndrome and children with emotional and behavioural problems. I have also taught children in Maths and Literacy, in small groups to further develop their individual learning. My Skills/Qualification's: I have excellent up to date knowledge of the new 'Curriculum for Excellence' in schools with my PGCE Teaching certificate from Glasgow University (2013). I also...
Helen

Helen

Bachelors: BSc Social Science (1996)
in teaching adults with dyslexia and other specific learning difficulties such as dyscalculia, autism and dysgraphia. I possess specialist qualifications in teaching and supporting people with dyslexia and have 15 years' experience in working with children and adults with dyslexia. More recently, I spent two years working in primary schools in Fife teaching Information and Communication Technology to pupils and delivering staff training and development. I believe that early intervention is of extreme importance in...
Dianne
a support for learning teacher for over a year. I work part time in school and tutor part time. I am currently tutoring five children - ranging from first level all the way up to National 5. Due to my commitments I only have three tutoring sessions available (outside of school hours), once they are taken I will be operating on a waiting list system. I do still have availability for students who can attend...
Karlyn

Karlyn

PGCE: Primary Teaching (2002)
mentoring teaching staff , pastoral care and developing plans for children including those with additional support needs . I also have a wide range of experience in working with children with behaviour difficulties , those on the autistic spectrum and those with Dyslexia . I have trained teachers in altering their teaching approaches as well as giving advice on using strategies to support sensory issues in class modifying their approach or the environment .I am...

Janet

: SQA dyslexic/autistic learners (0)
driven and focused and a son in S3 who needs extra support in the class room. I feel I understand on a professional and a personal level the challenges and issues in the english classroom. Seven years in primary schools general class room assistant, 3 years in a secondary school for students with specific learning difficulties, ie ADHD, Dyslexia, Visual impairment, stress related issues. Currently Teaching English in mainstream Secondary school 1 year as a...
Claire

Claire

QTS: Primary Education & Special Educational Needs (2008)
is music and I also have a piano page on First Tutors (see link below) https://www.firsttutors.com/uk/music/teacher/claire.piano.music-theory.2/ I have just got a Masters in Community Music and I love giving music workshops alongside my teaching and playing the piano, saxophone, singing and performing in percussion ensembles. I have just moved to Falkirk and I am a very short walk from Falkirk Grahamston station. I have taught many students in Primary classes and individually over the past...

Our search will order home special needs tutors (from Scotland) in your local area according to their special needs tuition charges and proximity to you. Before finalising your arrangement with a special needs teacher, you can ask specific questions securely via our member's area, such as whether they cover your syllabus (e.g. AQA, EdExcel or OCR exam boards) before releasing your contact details. You can search for special needs teachers tutoring at primary level, secondary level including GCSE, A-Level and even private special needs tutors for adult learning, further and higher education - anywhere in Scotland! Finding help using a private special needs tutor (or using group special needs tuition) has been shown to improve your chances of learning success and remembering what is being taught.

If you are a home special needs teacher wishing to offer your special needs teaching services in Scotland or elsewhere across the UK, please register with First Tutors or learn more about us here in Scotland.

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