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Secondary Special Needs Tutors & Secondary Special Needs Tuition

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Annabel
certain times (please ask). Hour sessions are only suitable for primary-aged children who will spend part of the lesson writing independently. ★ Rates for secondary students increase if Annabel has to do extra preparation, or buy additional materials, and all KS3, GCSE and EFL students will be asked for their specific requirements before a set price is given (this is never over £23 per hour for KS3 and £25 per hour for GCSE/EFL). EFL lessons...
Daniel
I have over eight years experience tutoring both primary and secondary aged students. I have an in-depth knowledge of the independent and state curricula. I tailor all lessons individually for each child I work with, taking into account their individual needs and personality. I am also able to offer effective tuition in literacy to support children with dyslexia and other specific learning difficulties. Whatever your child's needs are, I offer a unique approach, adapting my...
Angela
coach for St Helen's Catholic Primary School for five years, I was A karate sensei for three years and I have taught at South Essex College in FE for three years. During this time I have taught Sport and Exercise Science which encompasses psychology, anatomy and physiology, bio mechanics, coaching, nutrition, sociology and fitness training. I also taught functional skills maths and English. I was also a personal tutor during this time to two different...
Robin
My extensive experience in institutions and working with individuals has given me insight into the many ways in which people learn and into the unnecessary, often illusory factors which can inhibit it. All learners are different; there is no single method or approach which suits everyone. Learning must be enjoyable. If it is not there is something seriously wrong. I enjoy my work and I do everything I can to make sure my students derive...
Mike
pupil of the year in less than a year. A girl from when she was 10, and achieving a level 3c in maths, and in less than 2 years and 60 lessons with me(average once a fortnight), she has gone from that level to getting a level 6a at the end of year 7 test. She is now at the end of year 10 (as of June 2016) and is expected to achieve a B...
Vicky

Vicky

PGCE: Post Graduate Certificate in Education (2002)
which forced me into "early retirement" at the tender age of 33 years! I then decided to retrain and study at University reading English and Drama. I passed with a first class honours degree. I then continued my studies for a fourth year when I completed a Postgraduate Certificate in Education. Since graduating I have, for the past six years, taught English to students in Further Education and have tutored students in their homes working...
William

William

PGCE: PGCE Teaching and Learning in HE (high commendation) (2009)
Bourneville College, Birmingham Teaching outside of university gave me a strong impression of varying motivations and skill-sets and how to deal with those in a large seminar. At university, everyone has paid thousands to be there, and almost all students are motivated. At Bourneville, I learned a great deal about motivating individuals to try their best. 2010 - Present Supply Teacher, Balfor Education A variegate of disciplines covered dependent on the needs of individual schools...
Margaret
Department where I also provided dyslexia and pastoral support through Key stages 3 and 4. My continued focus is on grammar and spelling as well as creative writing and I can guarantee improvement in these areas. I am a skilled practitioner who is well liked and maintains an excellent rapport with students. I have recently completed the Catch Up Literacy course. This was extremely useful and guarantees progress in reading for struggling learners. My results...
Ann
me because I understand them and I can see how best to help them to learn. I have 2 beautiful children of my own, now teenagers and I have been helping them to achieve their own academic goals. Some of my pupils I have taught since they were in early Primary, they are now working on their A levels or are at University. I am very proud of my pupils, they are a joy to...
Camilla

Camilla

Bachelors: 1st Class English Literature BA Honours from the University of Warwick (highest in the year). (2009)
experience of teaching, as well as my own writing, communication, organisational skills. I have a large number of resources (academic books, secondary sources and past papers) to use with students. I makes lessons as fun, engaging and interactive as possible, getting to know the individual learning styles of my students and basing lessons around what would teach them the most. I have an excellent academic record myself. I gained an 11+ scholarship to City of...

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