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Primary Special Needs Tutors & Primary Special Needs Tuition

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Annabel
in 'Ecоlоgy' NCFE Level 3 diploma in 'Meteorology' HCC certificate in 'Conservation' HCC certificate in 'RHS Horticulture' Specific in Teaching Individual Needs: Of Course 'Dyslexia Therapist Diploma' Alison certificate in 'Understanding Dyslexia' NCFE Level 4 diplоmа in 'Counselling & Psychotherapy' NCFE Level 4 diplоmа in 'Cаring fоr Peоple with Leаrning Disаbilities' NCC Level 3 certificate in 'Special Educational Needs' General Qualifications: A-Levels in English, Psychоlоgy аnd Heаlth & Sоciаl Cаre A-C grаde GCSEs in ALL...
Daniel
work with each child on an individual basis, considering their likes and dislikes and then adjusting my methods to suit them. I encourage the children I work with to ask questions; this will allow them to actually understand what they are being taught and not just remember things without fully understanding them. I am relaxed and informal in my approach, and I aim to provide a positive learning environment, where your child can be comfortable...
respect for different cultures. I have worked with children and their families for many years and believe that children need to feel happy and secure in their environment. I, therefore, offer 1:1 tuition in your own home or mine at a realistic pace that develops self confidence and knowledge. I have been told that I am warm and positive and my pupils and tutees look forward to my lessons. I love working alongside children on...
Angela
a different way, but also at different paces to their peers. However we live in a society where everyone is expected to be all at the same level and to achieve their goals at the same time. This is just not feasible and this is where I can step in and not only help these children with their academia but also in their self confidence and help them achieve the best that they can. Being...
Mike

Mike

Masters: 2:1 Physics with Space Technology (2005)
and happy when they get it right'. My exact approach will be tailored to who I am tutoring, I adapt every lesson and every question to the tutees needs at the time. If the way school teaches worked for everyone, no one would need a tutor, so I try to get as many games and fun tasks in as possible, and I will explain things in a different way than a teacher would in school....
William

William

PGCE: PGCE Teaching and Learning in HE (high commendation) (2009)
is studying English, Math, or struggling with Autism, people's needs are equally varied, and my lessons will vary depending on my student. Part of my job as a tutor is to encourage passion for a subject. I do not believe talent or intelligence is purely innate. They are harnessed through effort and will. As such, every student can achieve an A, a 1st, or any form of excellence in any subject or art. That's why...
Margaret
preparing students to take the IELTS examination I adapt the scheme of work to suit the student's requirements. Flexibility is vital in tutoring and I will always find the best way for a particular student to learn. Learning should be fun. My methodology involves ending every lesson by recapping on what has been learned. I follow the National Curriculum Framework and give targets and feedback on assessments and progress. I love my main subject which...
Ann
make them feel comfortable and inspired. Some of my students I have taught for a long time and I work with the school to help to concentrate on certain areas to help in the best way possible. Below is a reference from one of my students ( Simran) aged 16- with her permission. I struggled enormously with my Maths and English, however, with the guidance of Ann-Marie I soon caught up. Ann-Marie has helped me...
Camilla

Camilla

Bachelors: 1st Class English Literature BA Honours from the University of Warwick (highest in the year). (2009)
tried and tested methods for success. A few of my students have achieved scholarships at 11+ level; if students show the potential to achieve academic scholarship, this is something I am able to bring about through methodical teaching. I am a very friendly, organised and supportive tutor. I make lessons as engaging, fun and interactive as possible - using visual aids, creative tools and utilising the child's ideas, whilst sticking firmly to the brief/curriculum. I...
Rebekah
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 be a caring, helpful tutor. These references can be forwarded on request. Discounts offered to block bookings, **Contact Detail Removed**...

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