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East Anglia Special Needs Tutors and East Anglia Special Needs Tuition

With First Tutors you can find a private special needs teacher in the East Anglia region and across the UK. Home special needs tuition is an excellent way to improve confidence while simultaneously improving grades and doesn't have to be dull! Please use our service to search for home special needs tutors near you in the East Anglia region and choose which best suits your requirements.

Meet some of our East Anglia Special Needs Tutors

Sabrina

Sabrina

Bachelors: BA (Hons) Top-Up Degree in Education (2014)
reading list in addition to spelling, and writing. It is very important that regular homework is set for pupils, so that, the work allocated to each pupil is completed independently. This will evidently show how each pupil has attributed to their home work, and this will give me an idea of how well each pupil did, and what measures could be taken to determine the best cause of action for each pupil. There will be...
Christine

Christine

Masters: M.A. (Special Educational Needs) (2005)
mainstream high school and teaching Intensive Literacy to those who join us in Year 7 unable to access the KS3 curriculum; and the last 2 years as a Specialist Support Assistant, supporting across the KS3 curriculum. My approach to tutoring will vary dependent upon the individual I am working with. I will deal very differently with a GCSE RS student and one who is struggling to be able to read. However, whichever student I am...
Claire

Claire

PGCE: Art and special education (1980)
I have been teaching for 35 years, especially special needs, English, Art and music I am also a counsellor I have worked for mainstream schools, special schools and units, colleges, the community, and extensive one to one teaching. 35 years experience in primary, secondary and special schools, colleges, community and adult education, and home tuition and one to one teaching, in London and East Anglia. Person-centred, adapting to suit my pupil's need…...

Sajina

Bachelors: Engineering in Electronics and Communication. (2004)
and have a depth of experience in various areas of software development. My teaching approach varies depending on the student's needs and learning style. I start from topics the students are comfortable with and move gradually towards more complex areas as their confidence builds. I use questions and examples to check understanding continually. I focus on exam-style or past paper questions in order to check, practice and perfect the student's understanding and technique. However, my...
Julie

Julie

Professional: Level 4 Certificate in Early Years Practice (2013)
self esteem are key to a bright mind and a bright future. At primary level, I subsequently focus on building up self belief and motivation to allow each student to reach their potential and personal objectives. I enjoy showing young people that learning can be a great adventure and allows us to explore exciting new worlds. I use a variety of methods to make lessons interactive and multi-sensory based on the personality and learning capacity...
and a learning support teacher. I am a part time SENDCO in a day school and so am completely up to date with the requirements of the entry requirements of schools both local and further afield. I have lots of experience in dealing with outside agencies such as educational psychologists, speech therapists and occupational therapists. I am familiar with the requirements of 11+ and 13+ entrance exams. Self confidence is the key to successful learning...

Nicola

Masters: Post-graduate certificate in Psychology (2015)
the Autumn. I am also currently studying for a qualification in supporting learners with additional needs such as autism and dyslexia. I have GCSE English language, English Literature, Maths and Science all at a higher level pass. I also have A Levels in English Literature and Sociology. I have an Honours degree in Business Studies with Finance, as well as post graduate qualifications in Psychology. I have DBS clearance. My approach to tutoring is relaxed...
Rossana

Rossana

Doctorate: Psyhcology Phd (2012)
Portuguese, spanish and psychologist tutor. Tutor and psychologist. Native languages Portuguese (Portugal) and Spanish. Psychology Phd. Experience in psychology and teaching. Experience working as a children, special needs and adult tutor and as a psychologist. calm and patient teacher with active teaching techniques....
Maggie

Maggie

Professional: TEFL and Asperger Training (2006)
the parents I am able to develop a programme of study which targets any specific weaknesses. Using a fun approach to learning and a variety of techniques to match the child's requirements I am able to provide the tools needed to ensure the level of progress required. I have a vast range if resources for primary pupils including games and brain challenges to engage and motivate. I aim to complement what your child is learning...
Alexandra
a primary school teaching assistant and have facilitated workshops in schools (on various topics) for the last 4 years. I am now looking into doing a PGCE in the coming years. It is incredibly important to find the right learning style for you. I will aim to create a diverse and fun schedule of learning, using whatever methods you find most helpful. As your tutor, I am here to help you and will always be...

Counties: Cambridgeshire, Norfolk, Suffolk

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This is the only place to discover through one search the most suitable local special needs tutor for your needs in the East Anglia region, whether you are revising for exams, looking to compliment your online education or furthering your professional or adult education. Our search will order home special needs tutors (from the East Anglia region) in your area according to their special needs lesson charges and distance from you. Before finalising an arrangement with a private East Anglia special needs tutor, you can ask specific questions securely via our member's area, such as whether they cover your syllabus (usually set by the AQA, EdExcel or OCR exam boards) before releasing your contact details. For those in the midst of revision for special needs exams, we can help with SATs, GCSEs, A-Levels, Highers and entrance exams such as the eleven plus (11+) all across the East Anglia area.

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