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Primary Special Needs Tutors & Primary Special Needs Tuition

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Annabel
NCFE Level 2 diploma in 'Business & Administration' Tuition for children aged 3-11 includes letter and number floor mats; seasonal outdoor activities; project work; magic; games; drama and role-play; and traditional desk-based activities. Tuition for students over 11 years includes slide-show presentations; games; reading and writing activities; essay-writing guidance; and project work. SECONDARY ENGLISH TUITION DETAILS AQA & Edexcel English Language GCSE & ESL/EFL details: Interpreting Fiction & Non-Fiction Texts Creative Writing Grammar, Punctuation &...
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...
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)
are achieving. My most important mantra while tutoring is 'be calm when they get it wrong, 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...
Vicky

Vicky

PGCE: Post Graduate Certificate in Education (2002)
before the first session commences parents are shown my qualifications and current Enhanced Disclosure. Within my sessions and tutorials I have outstanding skills in differentiating learning activities to suit each individual and each class is planned in line with the National Curriculum. My professionalism and high effective tutoring abilities, coupled with my superb inter-personal and communication skills enable me to liaise with students, colleagues, parents and other professionals in an effective and calm manner. I...
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
and adults. I specialise in 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...
Camilla

Camilla

Bachelors: 1st Class English Literature BA Honours from the University of Warwick (highest in the year). (2009)
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 believe that tutors should encourage children, understand what methods work for them, and help children develop...

Georgina

QTS: Bachelor of Education Teaching Degree (Hons) (1996)
to tutor him. We found her friendly and professional. Within a year, Maths had turned into a subject he enjoyed rather than one he hated. We can't praise her enough." C. Thompson I use the first lesson to try and determine what level a pupil is operating at and to indentify strengths and weaknesses. I then go away and use this information to put together a programme of study, tailored to the pupils individual needs....

Carol

PGCE: Dip Ed with Distinction (1971)
of experience both with individuals and small groups. I have done revision courses for GCSE in French and German, English as a Second Language (privately and for Social Services) and have worked privately for several years teaching a child with Special Needs. I am very versatile and I especially enjoy making motivating teaching materials to suit individual needs. I realize that students learn in different ways and all have individual personalities so that the approach...

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