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East Sussex Special Needs Teachers and East Sussex Special Needs Tutoring

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what approach was needed and how he felt he needed assistance. Confidence was always an issue but after a short while I could see that he was starting to believe that he was more able than he thought! Sarah's lesson's seemed structured and well thought out each week. She was always understanding and flexible when needed. Zach achieved an A in Language and a B in Literature this summer. I would have no hesitation in...


PGCE: PGCE Primary (2010)
to provide long term support, or a short term block of booster sessions, to increase confidence and practise techniques. I have also supported several adults who were preparing to take the professional skills tests in literacy and numeracy, needed to embark on teacher training qualifications. I strive to ensure my lessons are well structured, well resourced, memorable and fun. I feel that being able to receive 1:1 tailored support gives children (and adults!) the best...


Masters: M.A. in Special Needs (1995)
phonics games. I would expect a minimum of homework during the week such as word flash cards, spellings, reading and playing set games. Children need repetition but also a fun way to learn I am very happy to take on pupils for the school holidays only and can supply with high frequency words books, games and a storybag - ideal for KS1 children just learning to read and need to keep up their learning so...


Bachelors: BA (Hons) English Literature and French (2010)
the good, the bad and the terrible I've come to realise that education should be a partnership between tutor and student, not a dictatorship. It should be fun, interesting and relevant and it's only through getting to know the students and their individual learning methods and needs that one can achieve this. I would love to 'change the world', but failing that I plan to bring a little light to the lives of others. Not...


Bachelors: BSc (Open) in General Science including Earth Science (2002)
guided discussion to encourage creative, logical and practical thinking, thereby fostering an increased interest in the subject. I use books, whiteboard, modelling equipment and various other visual and tactile means to supplement the topic at hand. I believe it is important to not just learn what you need to pass the exam but to learn about the subject as a whole - this proves beneficial in the long term when pupils progress through to higher...
became a Modern foreign languages coordinator. I have had experience working with a wide range of ages and abilities including children and adults with English as a second language and children with a range of special educational needs including dyslexia, dyscalculia, speech and language difficulties and behavioural difficulties. I also have a TEFL qualification. In addition to this I am able to offer Business English. I customise my classes according to the learner's ability, needs...


Maths, English, Entrance Exams, Special Needs
PGCE: Primary Education - QTS (1993)
of learning to the areas that they need support in developing. I make the learning fun and interesting using the wide repertoire of skills I have developed and also use a computer when appropriate. Where possible I like to liaise with the childÂ’s teacher (if at school) to ensure that the learning I plan complements the learning taking place at school and helps the reaching of targets set. I give accurate feedback and assessment information...
relationship with each pupil, get to know them individually and their learning styles: This way I am in the best possible position to help a student access whatever learning they need to do, whether that's GCSEs, A levels, confidence top up in reading, writing and spoken word or working with students with specific learning needs. My approach to teaching adapts for each student so lessons may be fun learning games, intense analytical study, practice exam...


Professional: Teaching Certificate (1978)
brain, accessing it through all the pathways - visual, auditory, speaking and kinaesthetic (movement) all at the same time. Everyone I have used this with has improved greatly whether in a class or individual setting. This enables children to approach reading and writing with confidence because they have the necessary tools to decode and spell even the hardest words. I can also offer information and advice on how to approach learning, concentration and behaviour difficulties...


Masters: MPHIL Sport Psychology (1992)
and my progress with them was highly praised by a recent OFSTED inspection. My approach is based on a "Building Block" model.Initially I identify what are the subject areas that the learner finds particularly challenging. Once established I then tackle each area by breaking the content/tasks into small bitesize activities that gradually help to build up a learner's confidence. Eventually the learner is encouraged to tackle tasks independently and by then has sufficient confidence to...

Towns: Brighton, Crowborough, Eastbourne, Hastings, Hove, Peacehaven, Seaford, St. Leonards-on-Sea

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