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North East Special Needs Tutors and North East Special Needs Tuition

First Tutors can help you to find a home special needs teacher in the North East region and across the UK. Private special needs tuition is an excellent way to boost confidence while simultaneously improving grades and doesn't have to be dull! Please use our service to search for private special needs teachers near you in the North East region and choose which best meets your needs.

Meet some of our North East Special Needs Tutors

Sarah

QTS: Primary Education with qts (2009)
am a qualified Primary teacher specialising in Key Stage 1 and Early Years. I have over 20 years of experience working with children. I have been a qualified teacher for 9 years but have worked with children for considerably longer than this. I specialise in Early Years and Key Stage 1 and plan exciting, stimulating and motivating activities. I believe that all children should be given the help they need to reach their full potential....

Mehjabeen

PGCE: Secondary Mathematics (2016)
have since tutored on a private basis for the past 5 years teaching both Primary and Secondary pupils. At present, I am working in a secondary school in Bradford completing my NQT year. I provide one to one tutoring as well as tutoring on a group basis. Rates depend upon which you prefer. I am very flexible and approachable. I also have years of experience of working with young people with additional needs and so...
John

John

Bachelors: BA Hons Education, Certificate in Education (Training and FE), RSA Teaching Certificate in Office Skills, ECDL, Btec National Certificate in IT Applications. (2003)
Local Authorities and provided motivational training in an Entry to Employment programmes. I have assessed support needs and supported learners with a wide range of disabilities, including special needs. My approach is individual and innovative. If specific packages are needed for supporting someone, I will develop these within the normal costings for tuition, at no extra cost. I provide practical tasks where possible and refer to practical examples. I am very patient and considerate of...
Jennifer

Jennifer

Hebden Bridge
Bachelors: Sociology Honours (2010)
for five years, specifically special and additional needs, but also running pupil intervention groups. My approach to tutoring is to keep it real, differentiate and tailor the work according to the individual pupil. I feel that sharing my passion for learning is very important. Fostering independence is crucial, as the pupil shouldn't become too reliant upon one to one support and teaching. There should be a happy balance between independence and encouragement, Modelling the work...
Kendra

Kendra

QTS: Qualified Teacher Status (2015)
a passion for special educational needs. I have lots of experience in Autism, ADHD, Dyspraxia and behavioural issues. I also work with children who have dyslexia and language problems. My tutoring is very interactive with lots of hands on activities. Because of my style of tutoring i have chosen to work from home where i have instant access to all of my resources. this means that I am able to adapt every lesson according to...
Julie

Julie

Pontefract
Maths, English, Special Needs, English (Foreign Language)
QTS: Early years 3-8 specialism (1997)
is put on learners , especially those who need to gain more confidence, need a little longer to process information or learn new skills. I would like to develop confidence in communication and literacy skills as well as mathematics and will discuss and assess the needs of the individual before deciding a way forward. I will always be open to change based on individual needs and progress. You may want to improve grades, prepare for...
I am trained to teach English and Humanities to A level.However, in my role as Teacher in Charge of an Adolescent Unit, I have taught most subjects to at least GCSE level. I have also worked as a personal tutor before teaching French and English Literature. I am currently working with excluded pupils, teaching Maths,English,PSHE and Art. I am a patient,calm and flexible person. We all learn in different ways so I use a range...
Mel

Mel

Barnard Castle
Maths, English, Special Needs
PGCE: Primary (1989)
in prison education for a number of years. I arrange a free initial, informal meeting and assessment where parents and the student can talk openly about any issues or difficulties. After this we set initial targets to work towards. I use fun strategies, but I am very diagnostic, very specifically identifying what needs to be done. I give 10-15 mins feedback then at the end of the lesson and report progress regularly back to parents....

Andrew

PGCE: English and Drama (2005)
in challenging environments and high achieving schools and would feel comfortable teaching A-level and GCSE English at top and borderline line grade points. I have vast experience at working in small groups and 1:1 with students with Dyslexia, ASD and ADHD. I am also in receipt of specialist qualifications for the teaching and learning of students with a diagnosis or tendencies towards ASD, Dyslexia and Dyspraxia. I see tutoring as a chance to build on...

Helen

Scarborough
Special Needs
PGCE: Teaching (1989)
have been an English SATS marker for 16 years. In addition, this is my third year as a GCSE English Language market. In my current role I am a Senco. I feel very privledged to have had a wide and varied teaching career. I believe I put my experience to good use. I endeavour to provide a bespoke learning experience for my tutees. I achieve this by initially providing a baseline assessment, then building on...

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This is the number one place to discover the best private special needs teacher for your needs in the North East region, whether you are revising for exams, looking to supplement your university education or furthering your professional or adult education. Our search will list private special needs teachers from the North East region in your area according to their special needs tutoring charges and proximity to you. Before beginning an arrangement with a home North East special needs tutor, you can ask specific questions securely via our member's area, such as whether they cover your syllabus (e.g. AQA, EdExcel or OCR exam boards) before releasing 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 across the North East area.

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