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North East Special Needs Tutors and North East Special Needs Tuition

First Tutors can help you to find a private special needs tutor in the North East region and across the UK. Local special needs tuition is an excellent way to improve confidence while simultaneously improving grades and doesn't have to be boring! Please use our search to find local special needs tutors near you in the North East region and select which best fits your requirements.

Meet some of our North East Special Needs Tutors

Ursula

Ursula

Bachelors: B.Ed in Maths (1993)
3 in adult education. I can tutor from home or at the home of the student - although petrol expenses may be added depending on the mileage. Each learner will have an individual learning plan based on their own needs and will be taught at their own pace. I have a friendly & patient approach with all my learners. I find working on a one to one level is much less intimidating for the learner...
Mary

Mary

College: Diploma in Counselling Skills and Theory (2010)
and have benefitted from intensive training in tutoring pupils one to one through Reading Recovery. I have led literacy in schools and have a wide experience of teaching Yr 6 pupils and sucessfully preparing them for SATs. I aim to a establish good working relationship with students and parents based on mutual care, respect and good communication. I believe that learning should be non threatening, personalised, fun, relevant and exciting. I am thorough, well organised...
Michelle
to get the required results for each individual. Tailoring the sessions to each student is necessary to create an environment where students can enjoy the subject they may once have been struggling with. Developing confidence and enthusiasm in a subject makes a profound difference in academic performance. I mаke structured lessоn plаns tаilоred tо student's needs and will set regular tasks to ensure full understanding of topics under discussion. I have an excellent knowledge and...
Mark

Mark

PGCE: Early Years and Primary Age (1992)
fully up-to-date regarding the revised primary curriculum, introduced in September 2014. We start with a chat on the phone to collect information about your child's strengths, confidence and areas to develop, along with your own needs and expectations. I also welcome information from reports and assessments so that I can prepare a personalised plan in time for the first session, with targets to aim for along the way. I plan varied, interactive sessions using mental...
goal is to inspire, motivate and create a desire to learn in all pupils I tutor by creating fun and exciting learning experiences.I aim to teach in a friendly,approachable manner. On my first contact with a pupil I will assess them in order to ascertain their needs and gain an understanding of their learning styles. In order to help children I would offer Individualised Learning Programmes, with clear targets, which would be constantly monitored and...

Joanna

QTS: BA Hons QTS in music and education, (1991)
also tutored children from 5 to 16 in primary subjects, mathematics, English and science at KS3. I am currently undertaking a diploma in educational psychology, and, through Newbury College, a Level 2 Certificate in Understanding Autism. I believe in finding out what the tutee can do and using this to build a program that will enable them to achieve the level they wish. I aim to build confidence and do not focus on failure. I...
Elena
45+. I taught English, partook in therapy sessions on special need wards and within mental health institutes. I gained first-hand experience teaching English as a foreign language, in situations where there was no prior knowledge of the language. I worked in areas with high levels of poverty, where it was essential to adapt to the situation. I take an enthusiastic person-centred approach to tutoring, and as a tutee or parent you can expect a fun...
Nim Cho

Nim Cho

School: GCSE English Language (First Language) (2013)
notes and/or vocabulary book so that they can acquire the language more effectively. Sometimes, music and videos are introduced to further immerse my students in the language and culture. Special education needs (SEN) Home activities suggested by the school, educational psychologist, speech and language therapist and other professionals involved. I will incorporate the knowledge and skills acquired in my degree. For example, focusing on whole-word recognition for children with learning disability, and using language that...
Louise
children as well as those with Special Educational Needs (for which I hold additional Postgraduate qualifications) but have previous tutoring and teaching experience supporting pupils approaching their end of Key Stage SATs tests (both Key Stage 1 and 2) including the new style KS2 SATs papers. I firmly believe that tutoring relies on positive relations between the tutor, tutee and their families. My approach revolves around taking on board the tutees likes and interests as...
Carolyn

Carolyn

PGCE: Primary Education (3-11) (1999)
is necessary to understand their personal context - where they are struggling, or where they have reached an advanced level of development and could be challenged further - to understand how to best support them. I believe in taking the time to understand this personal context for each child, and in developing rigourous and robust plans to maximise the benefits to their learning. Once this is done, I have a range of materials and resources...

Counties: Durham, East Yorkshire, North Yorkshire, Northumberland, South Yorkshire, Tyne And Wear, West Yorkshire

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This is the best place to locate the most suitable local special needs tutor for your needs in the North East region, whether you are revising for exams, looking to supplement your university education or furthering your professional / adult education. Our unique search will find local special needs tutors from the North East region in your area according to their special needs lesson charges and proximity to you. Before reaching an arrangement with a private North East special needs tutor, you can ask specific questions through our member's area, such as whether they cover your syllabus (usually set by the AQA, EdExcel or OCR exam boards) before exchanging your contact information. For those studying for special needs exams, we can help with SATs, GCSEs, A-Levels, Highers and entrance exams such as the eleven plus (11+) all over the North East area.

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