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Annabel
minute sessions. 30 minute sessions are available for some primary-aged children. Longer sessions for primary-aged pupils are available only during state-school holiday periods. All KS3, GCSE and EFL students will be asked for their specific requirements before a set price is given. EFL lessons cover those who are working to at least a 'Lower Elementary Level' and, unfortunately, Annabel is unable to offer English tuition to those who speak only single words, or no English....
Daniel
with dyslexia and other specific learning difficulties. Whatever your child's needs are, I offer a unique approach, adapting my methods to compliment your child. For the last three years I have taught, and continue to teach privately for families across Europe in Madrid, Bologna, Milan and Geneva. More recently I have also started teaching for a number of families in Southampton, New York. I have supported students in their aim to attend independent day and...
Angela
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 groups of students, and have experience at teaching special needs. It was also while I was teaching at the college that friends asked me to help their children with the 11+, which I did. I have also gained my Professional Graduate Certificate in Education...
Robin
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 pleasure and satisfaction from learning. The key to success is identifying the starting point and paying attention to the specific inclinations, needs, strengths and weaknesses of the individual learner. This means listening, not lecturing, and...
Mike

Mike

Masters: 2:1 Physics with Space Technology (2005)
on average now). A girl who got a U in maths, a D in core science and a G in additional science in her year 11 mock exams. I worked with her for 5 hours a week for 3-4 months, and yesterday on results day she got a level 4 in maths, and C's in both science modules, which means she has got onto her level 3 college course as needed. An 18 year old...
Kamal

Kamal

QTS: Teaching Qualification (2016)
the student, rather than confidence. Regular feedback and homework: Most tutors either set no homework at all or thoughtlessly set exercises from a textbook containing inappropriate questions. My homework is specifically written to complement the lesson, containing some questions designed for routine practice and some questions designed to challenge the student; encouraging them to ‘think' and to develop their logical capacity. Exam Practice: I give students plenty of past paper practice – but only at...
Kyriacos
degrees in Philosophy, Theology, Divinity and a combination of the subjects and I am familiar with the WJEC specification. In addition, I have tutored many students for entrance exams. The most prestigious of which would be the Eton entrance exams, of which I have taught the following papers: General I, General II, English and the Divinity element of the 'Divinity, Geography and History exam', with successful entry. I also currently teach piano Grades 1-5, music...
Vicky

Vicky

PGCE: Post Graduate Certificate in Education (2002)
English to students in Further Education and have tutored students in their homes working towards various qualifications such as: KS1 SATS, KS2 SATS, KS2 Intensive SATs Preparation Courses, 11+, Entrance Examination Preparation, new GCSE and IGCSE specifications, A Level, Functional Skills and Adult Literacy qualifications. All students tutored by me this year have all passed their examinations with flying colours and another year that sees 100% success in children sitting Entrance Examinations and passing the...
Camilla

Camilla

Bachelors: 1st Class English Literature BA Honours from the University of Warwick (highest in the year). (2009)
4 A's at A level and the highest 1st Class BA Honours degree in English Literature from the University of Warwick in 2009. Due to high demand, I can only teach students who are able to travel to me. I currently have five students, but do have some flexibility for a few more! Weekday evenings and weekends are all possible - I am flexible with lesson times and arrange these with parents on a week-by-week...
Ursula

Ursula

Bachelors: B.Ed in Maths (1993)
maths is at GCSE level (both Higher & Foundation). I am familiar with the new 2017 syllabus that is being implemented and have used the AQA, OCR and Edexcel exam boards in the past with a good success rate. In addition to GCSE Maths, I have taught at all ability levels ranging from Key Stage 2 & 3 up to Advanced level and recently have been teaching Adult Functional Skills Maths from Entry level up...

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One of the most significant problems for those who require special needs assistance, particularly in the run up to important exams, is that most schools just do not have enough staff to provide these pupils with individual support. In such instances many parents may find the services of a one-to-one special needs tutor invaluable, as these tutors have been trained in the most successful methods of teaching students with special needs and, most importantly, will tailor their approach and tutoring sessions with the specific special needs of your child in mind.

Private tutoring designed for those with special needs can not just advantage students about to sit upcoming GSCEs, A-Levels, entrance exams or finals, but can offer a source of educational support throughout the academic calendar. A weekly lesson with a personal special needs tutor will consolidate the learning of the past week and address any difficulties that student may have been experiencing but felt uncomfortable bringing up in a classroom environment. Our website lists home tutors who specialise in a range of special needs and it is our aim to make it as easy as it can be for our users to locate a special needs tutor who is both local and who has the necessary experience and skills to work with your child. Please feel free to browse through our available special needs tutors and read their personal descriptions and any reviews left for them by former tutees, all which can help you select the most qualified Special Needs tutor for you.

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