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QTS: Teaching Qualification (2016)
but only at the right time, once they have a deep understanding of all of the individual topics within the syllabus. Far too many tutors use exam papers to ‘teach' from, which means they are setting papers when the student isn't ready: The upshot of that is the student's scores fluctuate wildly and their confidence is destroyed. The lessons are invigorating, inspirational and cutting edge as I keep a very thorough hold on my subject....


Masters: MSc; BSc; FRICS; RGT, MU (1987)
and ability levels taught.Member of Registry of Guitar Tutors. Examination preparation and coaching for RGT/Rockschool available. Member of the Musicians Union. I am a Local Authority Approved Guitar Teacher. Excellent references. Full CRB Disclosure Scotland. Wealth of experience over 30 years teaching,gigging and playing experience.Friendly but thorough in my approach to lessons. Guaranteed results after 4 lessons with just a little regular practice required. Relaxed, thorough and approachable. Questions encouraged. Use Mel Bay, Rockschool & RGT...
learning. The key to success is identifying the starting point and paying attention to the specific inclinations, needs, strengths and weaknesses of the individual learner. This means listening, not lecturing, and staying clear of rigid methods or approaches. What works for one person may not work for another, and I try to encourage students to participate in the process of unlocking their own potential. When people are engaged and participating they are learning with pleasure....
'Divinity, Geography and History exam', with successful entry. I also currently teach piano Grades 1-5, music theory Grades 1-5 and A Level Music piano (performance element). I have progressed through many roles within education since I first taught in 2006. These include: a peripatetic piano teacher, a secondary school teacher for K.S 3-5, an English language tutor at a specialist school in Kensington, and an academic study skills tutor at The University of London. My...


PGCE: Post Graduate Certificate in Education (2002)
colours and another year that sees 100% success in children sitting Entrance Examinations and passing the 11+. Well done to you all! I believe passionately that "Every Child Matters" and safe guarding is of paramount importance to enable each individual learner the opportunity to flourish and grow, regardless of their previous experiences. This is why before the first session commences parents are shown hard copies of all my qualifications and current DBS certificate. Within my...


Bachelors: BSc Mathematics (2007)
adjust my teaching style and technicality of my lessons to take into account of individual difference. For a more able learner, I would set higher target and challenges for them to exceed their current ZPD level. Nonetheless, I have also worked with pupils with learning difficulties such as dyslexia and dyscalculia where a mixtures of different visual resources and hand-on technique (e.g. Ronit Bird's approach) are used to maintain attention and build up their confidence...
encouraging and eager to see young people achieve. July 2017 testimony **When I first contacted Sarah to tutor my son in GCSE English, I could tell instantly that she was the right person for him. Zach is a typical teenage boy, not always forthcoming with conversation however, Sarah's very easygoing personality put him at ease instantly. Sarah took the time to speak to him to understand what approach was needed and how he felt he...
for achieving their goals. These goals can be very diverse: to feel more confident, to boost grades, to improve general skills, to pass specific exams, to gain entry to Universities, to write better reports, or to master specific subjects or areas. I am very down-to-earth, friendly, open, and approachable. I always take into account the learner's age, experience, starting-level and needs, I am very hard-working and adaptable in finding new and appropriate ways to get...
I worked in Sixth form as a key skills and International coordinator; I taught A level Maths, EFL and moderated science at The University of Exeter; I give one to one assistance in GCSE science; teaching at Primary school I gained a high merit for my MEd. I provide English support to Foreign business people and students both as a tutor and in classes. I have taught business in classes and outside school, and in...


Masters: MA English Literature and Public Policy (2011)
years, and none of my pupils has ever failed. I recognize that the children who require tutoring may be struggling, and my first couple of sessions focus on where those issues lie, and how they can be circumvented or changed. I stay in touch with parents, letting them know what activities can be done at home to help the process. Children relate to me because i'm younger, and i'd like to think that they will...

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