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East Anglia Study Skills Tutors & East Anglia Study Skills Tuition

First Tutors can help you to find a home study skills teacher in the East Anglia region and across the UK. Home study skills tuition is an excellent way to boost confidence while simultaneously improving grades and doesn't have to be boring! Please use our search to find local study skills tutors near you in the East Anglia region and select which best meets your needs.

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Stephen

Stephen

PGCE: Postgraduate Certificate in Education (1995)
Edmunds/Compi├Ęgne town twinning association. I have taught French in nursery school, at primary level, in secondary schools and to adults in industry. Currently Head of Sixth Form at a leading independent school, I work part-time and can be available for daytime lessons some days. My pupils enjoy their lessons as much as I do. With 20 years experience of examining at all levels, I am adept in preparing candidates for their examinations and have an...
Naomi

Naomi

Bachelors: French & Spanish Certificate of Higher Education (2010)
start the career or higher education that they want to progress in life. At 23, I was appointed Associate Tutor in Law at the University of East Anglia. This role involved extensive academic mentoring and 1:1 work with respect to all aspects of student life, including careers advice. I have tutored French and Spanish through to A Level and improved projected results in some cases by two grades. I have also tutored English - language,...
James

James

PGCE: DTTLS Teaching Qualification (2009)
I studied at Loughborough University and have worked with National and International athletes, including the England football and netball squads. In addition, I have designed and written a BSc honours degree; however, I am able to adjust my teaching style to the individuals and also teach on GCSE level programs. Ten years teaching experience at Level 2 (GCSE), A-level/BTEC and Hons Degree level. Six years successful private tutoring experience. Student centred and lead. My approach...
Hannah

Hannah

PGCE: PGCE in Mathematics Secondary School (2014)
lead up to exams for 2/3 hour slots etc. I currently teach KS3 and GCSE maths and the A level Core maths qualification. As well as teaching mathematics to children from 11 - 18, I have the following experience: Working with young children aged 6-11 in schools teaching them cookery and the benefits of eating healthy meals regularly. I have trained chefs in hygiene and safety as well as the menus and recipe development as...
both literacy and entrance exams I completely understand the anxiety and stress felt by both the pupil and the parents. I have taught in both the state and private sector since 1992. I have been a Yr 2 and Yr 4 class teacher, Yr 6 English teacher 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...
Chloe
anything. I have a very successful background in leadership and guidance roles. This includes, my participation on my secondary school council board, which lasted the entirety of my high school years (Years 7-11). During my time at college, I stood as Student Governor, where I sat on a private governing board, advocating on behalf of 2000 students. I am currently Vice-president of the African- Caribbean Society (ACS), at my university. I am experienced, encouraging and...
Catherine

Catherine

Masters: MA in Social Work (1998)
difficulties. I currently privately tutor students studying Social Work and Health and Social Care related subjects focusing on study skills. I really enjoy teaching and love to see students grow in confidence in their abilities. I have varied experience of teaching both adults and children. I have taught German students (aged 10 to 19 yrs) English in a class setting, both in Germany and in the UK. I have also taught Social Work students on...
Anna

Anna

Masters: Distinction MA Film Studies (2014)
dramatics society. I currently work at a local museum where I am often involved in events for families and children, including delivering guided walks around the town. I have worked with students ranging from KS2, GCSE, through to university level for almost a year now, and have found it a rewarding experience. I volunteered for six years with the RDA (Riding for the Disabled Association) which involved helping disabled children and adults to learn to...
Art History (Italian and British) and Philosophy. Additionally, I am a published author of articles and book reviews for UK journals. Currently, I am collaborating on an academic study course and am working on a book project. I have tutored all age ranges from primary aged children to adults in English language and literature. Many of my students have come from backgrounds whereby English was not spoken in the home and occasionally I had students...
Louisa

Louisa

Masters: MMus [Choral Studies] (2012)
singer, and academic tutor, alongside my posts as Director of Chapel Music & Organist at St Edmund's College, Cambridge, and Assisting Organist at Downing College, Cambridge. I have been teaching privately since 2006, and I also have two years' experience of school-teaching (secondary). I am experienced in giving workshops (singing, conducting, performance technique, chamber music etc.). I supervise undergraduates at Cambridge University and hold a deputy professorship at the Junior Department of the Guildhall School...

First Tutors is the best place to discover the most suitable local study skills 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 unique search will order home study skills teachers (from the East Anglia region) in your area according to their study skills tuition charges and distance from you. Before finalising an arrangement with a local East Anglia study skills teacher, you can ask questions through our member's area, such as whether they cover your syllabus (e.g. AQA, EdExcel or OCR exam boards) before releasing your contact details. For those in the midst of revision for study skills 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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