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West Midlands Special Needs Tutors and West Midlands Special Needs Tuition

First Tutors enables you to find West Midlands special needs teachers in your local area. Our service showcases West Midlands special needs teachers offering popular subjects like English, Maths and French, but also niche subjects such as Greek. Entrance exams, SATs, GCSEs and A-Levels private special needs tuition are all catered for throughout West Midlands. Please use our service to search for West Midlands local special needs tutors in your area and select which best suits your needs.

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QTS: 1st class hons: B.Ed. with QTS (Primary ages 7-12, main subject maths) (1995)
supportive teacher, working with you in the way that works best for you. I am a qualified primary teacher (ages 7-12), main subject mathematics, and have extensive experience teaching students with specific learning differences. This includes autistic spectrum conditions as well as dyslexia, dyscalculia and dyspraxia, with students at all levels of ability. I offer maths tuition at the student's home and in a dedicated room in my house, and aim to make every lesson...
in English language and literature (my A-levels include English Literature at A*). I'm friendly, hardworking and reliable. I have great communication skills, and would enjoy working with a pupil who speaks English as a second language. The last student I tutored for her English GCSEs started off getting Cs, but with my help she ended up achieving two A*s, both at 100%. I also taught English as a second language in a school in North...
at my home or I will travel to your home if you live very locally. I teach a wide range of abilities including those with SpLD including dyslexia, dyspraxia, dyscalculia and ADHD. My extensive experience includes working as a class teacher, Special Needs support teacher Special Needs Co Coordinator, Gifted and More Able Coordinator and music teacher. I am trained in Reading Recovery and have a full working knowledge of the new National Curriculum requirements.I...
with children with a wide range of learning difficulties and scaffold learning in a fun, patient way so all children can experience achievement. I began by teaching adults part time when my son was born. I quickly grew to love teaching and began working full time. As my children grew, I realised that I really wanted to teach a younger age group and retrained to teach primary level. I have taught in both main stream...


Doctorate: Research in applied botany (1984)
needs. I have twenty years experience teaching and supporting students with Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Autistic Spectrum and Speech and Language difficulties. I was the Special Needs Coordinator and specialist literacy and numeracy teacher at a school in Cumbria (ages 4 - 13) for twelve years. I have also taught children who are out of school for various reasons and worked as a teacher and assessor for learners of all ages at a Dyslexia Action Centre. I...
University. I enjoy teaching immensely, and find it very rewarding when I see students improve, pass exams and achieve their true potential. I have worked in a primary school, in both key stage one and key stage two. I have tutored both primary aged school children, working towards their 11+ exams and secondary school pupils. I have two years experience teaching the 16+ aged group in both Literacy and Esol. Many of these pupils were...


College: Access Course (2001)
settings for the last 10 years and I have a fully enhanced up to date DBS check. My eldest son (aged 23) has Aspergers so I have gathered a wealth of information over the years. I have strong links with Autism specialists in the West Midlands. I have worked in primary/secondary schools for the last 10 years as a Teaching Assistant and a Cover Supervisor. I have mainly worked with ADHD, Autistic, LAC and BESD...
am a proud Janeite. I am a Columbo fan and am fascinated by the methods that he solves the murders. Lateral thinking and perseverance at its best! I enjoy travelling, exploring and going to the theatre. My musical tastes are eclectic. I am an avid film buff ; from Hitchcock to Disney! Many years of experience working in FE, SEN schools, primary, secondary and grammar school. I offer one to one tutoring & support the...


PGCE: Primary SCITT (2010)
abilities, ensuring at all times I was applying the requirements of the National Curriculum in an interesting yet effective way. Throughout this period I worked predominantly in KS2 (Years 3 and 4), building positive, professional relationships with children and colleagues. Upon a change of direction in my personal life, I began Supply Teaching in 2015, which enabled me to develop my teaching experience across both Key Stages (namely Nursery, Years 1, 2, 5 and 6),...
I am a parent, resident of Coventry since 2008. 7 years 1-to-1 tutoring patience and engaging...

First Tutors is the best place to find, through one search, the most suitable West Midlands special needs teacher for your needs, whether you are looking for private special needs tuition to compliment your child's special needs education, your online special needs education programme or you are looking for adult / casual special needs education.

Our search will find West Midlands special needs teachers in your area by their charges and proximity to you. Our subjects include, but are not limited to, English, Maths and Chemistry from primary level right through to GCSE, A-Level and even undergraduate level tuition.

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