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in classes. I have taught business in classes and outside school, and in Young Enterprise. I recently taught Primary Science and Sixth form Business in two schools. I ran a very successful speaking club for 12 years. I prefer to get to know my client by discussing their educational history, confidence problems, interests and other motivational aspects. I assess them with a range of tests, both of their ability, capability and emotional response to the...
subjects, and I am keen on starting with tutoring in this subject as well. But most of all I believe my strength is in combining my passion and experience of working with children (with and without special needs), with my enthusiasm, patience and encouragement, all in a light and fun way. Listening comes before doing; tuning into where the child or adult is in it's development and build from there by taking small steps, appreciating...
previous experience as a primary school teaching assistant and have experience working with students in a a 1:1 capacity. I am an easygoing, but focused individual. I have a lot of patience and will happily go over a topic/subject area multiple times, or find varying explanations to help improve understanding. I will often attempt to teach with either humour or creating associations to help the students both remember and comprehend the subject. I also start...
on basic skills such as spelling, grammar, times tables, number bonds and mental arithmetic. Every individual is just that. When I meet a new student we always have an informal discussion about their needs. I have various tools to assess each student. I always ensure that the student understands that I am not going to 'test' them, instead that we are looking at how we can best use our time together. My style is informal...
this firmly. I also think that in order to achieve this potential a student must feel confident in their subject and this comes with practise. There is no way around that! However, this does not mean that tutorials have to be dull. There are a variety of different ways to approach learning dependent on how the student learns. I assess the needs of each learner and develop teaching strategies based on those needs. When teaching,...


QTS: Certificate of Education (2013)
In the first meeting I will ask questions about their hobbies and interests and how do they like to learn? I will then use this information to create teaching methods that they will find interesting and easier to respond to. I think it is important for learners to feel relaxed and comfortable in their teaching environment and to never be afraid to give an answer for fear of getting it wrong. I use a lot...
and; especially, providing learning support and one-to-one tuition at schools which specifically support pupils with special educational needs and social, emotional and mental health difficulties (SEMH). I am currently working full time in a therapeutic SEMH school from September 2017, while tutoring at evenings, weekends, and during school holidays. I bring both strong academic skills and a personable manner to my tutorials, meaning that they are intellectually rigorous as well as fun. I am a...
in a SEN school. I prefer long-term tutoring where I can get to know my students and build a relationship. I can offer a variety of different approaches, from learning through play, to exam preparation, to catch up work. I write bespoke sessions, like to have regular communication with parents as to progress, and am easy going and approachable. Prices are for tuition at my home/maximum 15 mins from my home. Please discuss if you...
with children who have special needs. I have worked in several schools teaching and leading other staff. I am a coordinator of SEN for Devon County Council. Children should be fully involved and take ownership of their own learning. Learning should be child initiated and in this way I can offer your child a bespoke learning package tailored to them as individuals. Children learn in different ways and this is refelected in my teaching which...

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