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Annabel
able to assist with other texts Qualifications & Relevant Areas of Interest ★ Specific in Tutoring Key Stage One & Two: ✔︎ NCFE Level 3 'Teaching Assistant' diploma ✔︎ CPD Level 3 certificate in 'Safeguarding Children - Designated Officer' ★ Specific in Tutoring English & History: ✔︎ BA Hоns Histоry Degree (Open University) ✔︎ ITA TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) Advanced Certificate ★ Specific in Tutoring Geography & Science: ✔︎ NCFE Level 3...
Robin
and weaknesses of the individual learner. This means listening, not lecturing, and staying clear of rigid methods or approaches. What works for one person may not work for another, and I try to encourage students to participate in the process of unlocking their own potential. When people are engaged and participating they are learning with pleasure. A headmistress I once worked with, who, at the time was something of a mentor to me, once answered...
Kyriacos
of religion. I currently teach piano Grades 1-5, music theory Grades 1-5 and A Level Music piano (performance element) for students on the Edexcel exam board. I have progressed through many roles within education since I first taught in 2006. These include: a peripatetic piano teacher, a secondary school teacher for K.S 3-5, an English language tutor at a specialist Jesuit school in Kensington, and, since 2010, a study skills tutor at The University of...
Mike
a C. Another girl who was predicted a G achieved an E in her GCSE, and a boy I was tutoring achieved level 6 in maths and level 7 in science at the end of year 9, despite being in part time education. I tutored this person again after he was excluded from education, helping him achieve a level 2 in maths and a level 1 in English functional skills (he did not do level...
Vicky

Vicky

PGCE: Post Graduate Certificate in Education (2002)
another year that sees 100% success in children sitting Entrance Examinations and passing the 11+. Well done to you all! I believe passionately that "Every Child Matters" and safe guarding is of paramount importance to enable each individual learner the opportunity to flourish and grow, regardless of their previous experiences. This is why before the first session commences parents are shown my qualifications and current Enhanced Disclosure. Within my sessions and tutorials I have outstanding...
William

William

PGCE: PGCE Teaching and Learning in HE (high commendation) (2009)
to tailor a lesson to an individual student's needs. These needs stem from anything from personality, educational aspirations, or even long-term career goals. My job as a tutor is to be communicative and sensitive to these individual needs and goals. That's the advantage of 1-on-1 tuition. As such, my approach to tutoring will often vary depending on the student and the subject. Creative Writing aspirations vary from fun and self-expression to being the next Charles...
Margaret
constantly changing I am quickly able to make a fair assessment on the student's ability and potential. I am currently updating my dyslexia assessment skills by following two online courses. It is vitally important to enhance one's own personal skills. I left my work as teaching assistant recently to work with my daughter in her business. I still work occasionally in secondary school as cover supply. I adapt the scheme of work to suit the...
Ann
particularly at SAT'S level. I am an expert in exam techniqe, which I feel is not taught enough in school. For me, raising confidence in children is the key to success. I have worked with families too, helping parents to understand how best to help their children, as it can be worrying when children start to struggle at school and parents need answers. I help parents to support their children outside my lessons by explaining...
Rebekah
capacities, and I'm currently a primary school governor. The tutoring experience should be fun. It should inspire and develop a love for learning. The tutees needs are crucial, and I create an environment in which they feel safe. Patience is key, and one of the things I love most about tutoring is finding different ways to explain things so the student understands. The feedback I've received from my clients to date has shown me to...
Jonitha

Jonitha

PGCE: Mathematics (2009)
Studies. I completed my Mathematics PGCE and MSc qualifications at the University of Oxford. I currently work as a Mathematics teacher at an Independent secondary school in Oxfordshire. I have experience working with students of all abilities. Previous pupils I have tutored have passed 11+ examinations and gained excellent GCSE, A Level and IB grades. I have plenty of resources to suit all abilties. I will first assess your child then produce a plan of...

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