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West Midlands Special Needs Tutors & West Midlands Special Needs Tuition

With First Tutors you can find a private special needs tutor in the West Midlands region and across the UK. Private special needs tuition is an excellent way to improve confidence as well as increasing grades and doesn't have to be dull! Please use our service to search for local special needs tutors near you in the West Midlands region and select which best meets your needs.

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William

William

PGCE: PGCE Teaching and Learning in HE (high commendation) (2009)
as its own unique skill, which is applicable to all subjects at all levels. I am fully DBS certified. 2016 - Present Expert Instructor**Removed By Admin** This company sends experts off to teach exam-oriented crash courses all over the country. My role is to teach at the whiteboard and direct a room full of tutors towards the children who need help most. This job requires a great deal of thinking on one's feet and reading...
Margaret
I spent twenty years teaching English in Greece. When I returned to England I taught English, Numeracy and IT skills to adults. My skills are wide ranging. I make a point of adapting to the child's needs, setting mutually agreed targets to monitor progress. I have recently retired from teaching but I still produce resources for exam boards and mark English Language GCSE for AQA Dynamic and driven I have taught in the private sector...
Judith Coreen
up children and a daughter who is presently studying medicine at the University of Birmingham. I have a full up to date CRB. I have taught in a variety of schools from reception to GCSE and for many years have taught pupils who have really struggled with reading and maths. I have developed a systematic, interesting programme that ensures rapid progress that can be quantified. Parents will notice the improvement very quickly and the pupil...
Jacqueline
extra bit…grrr! Sometimes… we just can't seem to ‘store' the information in our heads to start with… Sometimes… we have simply ‘switched off'…it's all ‘too much'… Sometimes … we feel studying has been going on for too long….we can't seem to ‘get back on track'… Well - you CAN accelerate your progress or get back on track and catch up! Often, we just need a different route – to look at things with fresh eyes,...
Sharon

Sharon

Bachelors: 2:1 BSc (Hons) Psychology and Philosophy (2006)
Brownies pack. I am a creative person which is reflected in the activities I like to do in my spare time such as drawing, sewing and baking. I also have an interest in studying German. I am in my third year of working as a Higher-Level Teaching Assistant which involves teaching whole classes of children in the short-term absence of the class teacher. I also regularly work with small groups of children on basic skills...
Yvonne

Yvonne

Bachelors: B Ed English (1978)
be made by having the time to tailor the study to the student's needs. I I have recently given up my permanent position as an English/Literacy teacher after 30+ years in the classroom and am now working as an occasional supply teacher in a variety of settings and as a private tutor. I have worked in primary, secondary and most recently middle school education. My lessons have been described as Good to Outstanding by OFSTED...
Sheena

Sheena

PGCE: PGCE SpLd dyslexia (2012)
Maths and English ages 4 to 16 and all abilities. I am a qualified SpLD TPC (Patoss) with AMBDA award (Dyslexia Specialist). I provide full psychometric assessments and specialist teaching for Dyslexic people of all ages. I am a Member of British Dyslexia Association and on the committee of Shropshire Patoss. I am parent to a child with special educational needs which gives me an additional perspective on the problems which children and parents have...
Rachel

Rachel

QTS: 1st class hons: B.Ed. with QTS (Primary ages 7-12, main subject maths) (1995)
who struggle with maths. Since February 2013 I have been self-employed as a freelance maths teacher, primarily doing private tuition. I have also run workshops and a taught course for QTS Numeracy Test students. I am a supportive teacher, working with you in the way that works best for you. I am a qualified primary teacher (ages 7-12), main subject mathematics, and have extensive experience teaching students with specific learning differences. This includes autistic spectrum...
Susan

Susan

Professional: Dyslexia and Specific Learning Difficulties Assessor (2013)
1:1 tuition in * Primary Literacy and Numeracy * Literacy and Numeracy preparing children ready for SATs and 11+ Entrance Exams * KS3 English and Maths, building skills in preparation for GCSE. * Educational Assessment. * Dyslexia Screening and Dyscalculia Screening with specialist support. * Confidence building and strategies to support learning. * Educational support for children, parents and schools. I hope I can help. Up to 2015 I had been teaching and Deputy Head...
Angela
work to tight deadlines that I set for myself both in work and my personal life. I have been a Training and Quality manager for 3 years, within this role I have taught at all levels from 14 years upward to adults returning to study. I have taught maths, english and ICT. I worked for a national organisation who supports people with learning difficulties, I set up an educational project developing assistive technology to support...

First Tutors is the only place to discover through one search the most suitable private special needs tutor for your needs in the West Midlands region, whether you are revising for exams, looking to compliment your online education or furthering your professional or adult education. Our search will order private special needs tutors (from the West Midlands region) in your area according to their special needs lesson charges and distance from you. Before finalising an arrangement with a local West Midlands special needs teacher, you can ask 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 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 West Midlands area.

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