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Lorraine

Lorraine

Wantage
Special Needs, Music, Drama, English (Foreign Language), Study Skills
Professional: Music Technology (2007)
dyscalculia, autism, school phobia/trauma, home-educated children and in a alternative unit with young people who have been repeatedly excluded from school. I have extensive experience running creative projects with adults with learning disabilities and PMLD also working with children with SEN/ASD. I briefly worked as an ABA tutor. I have a person centred approach to teaching. I use games, art, online programmes, music and lots of humour to teach. For those who find traditional learning...
Alexander

Alexander

Bachelors: MML - French & German. 1st (Congratulatory) (2015)
both - contact me for details. I have taught everything from music theory to English as far afield as New York and Madagascar, not to mention in my home town of Oxford. I love teaching children and teenagers, and have taught from ages 8 to 18. I have experience of living, working and studying in both France and Germany. Flexible. I'm happy to tailor my teaching to suit your needs, and have experience of both...

Di

Masters: MSc of Horticulture (2008)
in keyboard and like to use fun and creative methods to teach. I am based in Bicester and my house is five minutes away from Bicester Village by car. I have a young daughter who I am teaching Mandarin and keyboard using games, rhymes, books and activity sheets, I like to use a variety of different approaches when teaching to keep the child engaged. I take a patient approach when teaching and believe that if...
Becky

Becky

Bachelors: BMus 2:1 (Hons) (2011)
satisfactory progress and are not practising, then a discussion will be had to determine whether it is right for you to continue your lessons. Discipline: you must schedule your priorities and understand that there is not always enough time in the day to do everything, but choose wisely the activities that are important (this may not necessarily be music for you!). Do try to practise every day where possible, but do not worry or get...

Ivo

School: A Levels (in Maths, Biology, Chemistry and English) (2017)
everyone has their own best ways of learning, so any teaching should reflect this. However, as a general basis, I feel it is very important to find a way in to a tricky topic in any subject, via curiosity and interest, rather than a sense of inexorable obligation. What this essentially means is that (as a neurobiologist friend of mine has confirmed) it is much easier to understand -and later recall your understanding of- a...
Oliver
rigorous in my approach to work, though I am also light-hearted when appropriate. I have taught primary school children violin now for two years and have helped them through their early grades. I find that the best way to learn is to truly understand the material rather than try to rote learn it. For classics, this means making sure that grammar, vocabulary and syntax are completely comfortable and learned in a pragmatic way, observing patterns...
Oliver

Oliver

Bachelors: Bachelor of Music (first class) (2012)
and large group teaching. I tailor my teaching style to the student through playing to an individual's strengths. I explain information accessibly, working from first principles to apply knowledge to common exam questions and to bring topics alive by using 'real-life' scenarios. I take a long-term, goal-orientated approach and will work with students and parents to define realistic targets and a schedule by which these will be achieved. I am friendly and approachable and strive...

Edward

Other: Grade 8 Trumpet (2014)
GCSE or A Levels in Music. Extensive experience teaching beginner pianists. Some experience with beginner trumpet players. Substantial casual tutoring with more advanced players. I can offer lessons of either 30, 45 or 60 minutes on either trumpet or piano, with a focus on developing both technique and general musicality, whether working towards ABRSM or Trinity exams, for solo performances, or just for your own enjoyment! Please note, piano lessons for beginners to intermediate players....

Towns: Banbury, Bicester, Henley-on-Thames, Oxford

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