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A-Level Special Needs Tutors & A-Level Special Needs Tuition

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Robin
Nowadays I also want to spend time in my sculpture studio when most people are at school or working. So, teaching when most people have their leisure time is ideal for me, and I think I offer a valuable service. I have worked in the education industry for over forty years and have taught in Schools, Colleges and Higher Education at levels ranging from Special Needs to University, from "chalk face" to management, at home...
Kyriacos
to be the undergraduate administrator of the aforementioned college while continuing my private teaching commitments. I am a qualified member of the British Dyslexia association, a certified Trinity Arts Award Adviser for the Discover and Explore awards, and currently attend the Institute of Education - UCL, as a student, completing additional study within pedagogy; this will be completed by June 2018. In 2011, after completing my Masters degree which I passed with Merit, I began...
Mike

Mike

Masters: 2:1 Physics with Space Technology (2005)
in four different high schools around the country during work experience and my PGCE course. At Trinity I worked in the Learning Support department, supporting statemented children in lessons and in one to one sessions, so I have extensive experience at tutoring in a school setting. I also have taught Maths and Literacy lessons in Trinity with class sizes ranging from 12 to 20. I have extensive home tutoring experience. I have 5 permanent tutees...
Vicky

Vicky

PGCE: Post Graduate Certificate in Education (2002)
innovation in the learning environment in order to encourage a positive creative culture amongst students. I have an excellent track record with students and have the ability to make students feel at ease and relaxed about their studies.I have outstanding references that are available upon request. When I left school I trained as a ballet and contemporary dancer for three years and after graduating I then worked successfully for over twenty years as a performer,...
William

William

PGCE: PGCE Teaching and Learning in HE (high commendation) (2009)
teaching essay writing 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...
Margaret
constant and form our literary heritage. 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...
Rebekah
have a lot of satisfied customers. I have a good understanding of education, having worked in schools for over 6 years. I'm a highly creative person, and bring this to my tutoring sessions. I have a company that makes maths games and resources, and use these in my sessions. I tutor all ages and abilities. I have been a private study tutor for over ten years. I've worked in both primary and secondary schools in...
Andrew
History, Medicine Through Time with Edexcel. I now advise Schools on their educational provision and on how to ensure young people achieve with the best possible grades. In 1999 I graduated from the University of St. Andrews with an MA honours in History. My first post was in Eastbourne in a school where I taught History and worked as the Careers Co-ordinator. I also completed a Masters in Education in Special Educational Needs and Inclusion...
Kimberley
my students succeed. I enjoy teaching privately because it gives me the opportunity to inspire confidence in my students and develop a supportive relationship that will allow them to feel comfortable and enjoy their learning experience, even if the subject poses great difficulty to them. I like to think that I am a fun and approachable young person who can deliver professional standard tuition without it feeling like a lecture! My outside interests include video...
Jacqueline
up by just that little 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...

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