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This experience helps me to provide a unique teaching experience to enable my students to achieve excellence in their work. I firmly believe learning needs to be fun but relaxed, enjoyable but seriously focused on the key outcomes that the learner needs to achieve to make progress with his/her studies. This is the foundation of my approach. It brings the best out of learners. Success is guaranteed. JUST READ RECENT REVIEWS FROM MY STUDENTS My...
James
referring closely to the relevant syllabus and mark schemes, I create a bespoke approach depending on the needs of the particular pupil. I start with the premise that all pupils have very high potential - it is my task to arrive at a teaching solution to best realise that potential. In my experience pupils that struggle usually do so because they are not being taught in the right way. This is in no way a...
Kyriacos
and History exam', with successful entry. I also currently teach piano Grades 1-5, music theory Grades 1-5 and A Level Music piano (performance element). 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, between 2010 - 2015, a study skills tutor at The University of...
Eleanor

Eleanor

Bachelors: BA (Hons) Oxon, English Language and Literature, 2:1 (2009)
- 50 for the past nine years. I have taught in a variety of environments, including schools in Niger and Cambodia, corporate learning and as an assistant for secondary school students with learning difficulties. I love identifying a student's individual needs and making sure that I help to address them. I aim to tackle the loss of confidence that often arises from poor teaching and unexpected or disappointing exam results. As well as straight teaching...
Andreas

Andreas

PGCE: In 1996 I finished my PGCE at the UEA and gained QTS. (1996)
of them did very well in their exams (A*-A 95%; A*-B 100%). I am also an experienced examiner for both Religious Studies and Critical Thinking and am very familiar with the expectations. My approach to tutoring is conversational. In these conversations I aim to explore the needs of my students, the subject and it's requirements. Philosophy, Critical Thinking, Religious and Ethical Studies are subjects that are best taught through discussions. So I involve my students...
John
years' experience as a private tutor. I make extensive use of past exam questions: the best way to do well in exams is to practise doing exams! This also allows realistic monitoring of performance as tutoring continues. I normally email exam questions for students to attempt before the tutoring session. Students should also have time to explore their own interests in the subject by asking questions of their own. This is an important part of...
Camilla

Camilla

Bachelors: 1st Class English Literature BA Honours from the University of Warwick (highest in the year). (2009)
tutoring experience, and have taught a large number of students, from primary to A Level, PGCE level and adult learners. I specialise in examination preparation, particularly towards the 7+ and 11+ examinations for central London private schools (CLSG, Channing, Highgate, Francis Holland, South Hampstead, Henrietta Barnet, Queens, etc). I work systematically with tutees to help strengthen their skills and cover any gaps in their knowledge. I have access to a large number of academic resources...
in a clear, coherent, persuasive fashion Paradigm shifts, from hatred to love, of education, or from sloth to self-discipline, are something I specialise in. Please contact me directly if you'd like extended testimonials from my past clients I can distill the fundamentals of teaching into the following: 1. Subject knowledge. You simply cannot be a great teacher without a comprehensive understanding of your subject and the demands of the exam board. My education at Oxford,...
Matthew

Matthew

Masters: MPhys Astrophysics, 1st class, University of St Andrews (2007)
work and better themselves, especially if its for something like the 11+/common entrance. Beside the subjects listed in my profile, I will also teach 11+/common entrance, coding/game design, statistics and probability, film-making, creative writing, government and politics, economics. I have experience of teaching children as young as five through to graduates and am happy to work one to one, in small groups or in a classroom. I also help set up and run and small...
Waqar
am teaching in one of the leading selective schools in the country. In addition I have been a GCSE and A level examiner for a number of years, and also the author of a new series of GCSE textbooks, putting me in an excellent position to prepare students for examinations. The results of my students at both Key Stage 4 and 5 have been consistently outstanding with many going on to study Theology or Philosophy...

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