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Special Needs Tutors and Special Needs Tuition - Find a personal Special Needs Tutor

First Tutors helps you find your preferred private Special Needs tutor in the UK. Please use our system to search for private Special Needs teachers in your area and choose the tutor who best meets your requirements.

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Annabel
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 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. ​ SECONDARY ENGLISH TUITION DETAILS...
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...
to local schools. I am an experienced and qualified teacher and I teach children from 3 years of age up to 11 years of age. I am also an experienced tutor and I specialise in tutoring children for KS1 and KS2 SAT's, 11 plus and entrance examinations for local schools. I am also qualified and experenced in teaching children with special needs including dyslexia, learning delay,autism, sensory impairment, speech and language difficulties and physical handicap....
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...
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...
Mike

Mike

Masters: 2:1 Physics with Space Technology (2005)
once a month on average now). An 18 year old man in A2 level physics. When we started he was really struggling to understand any of the concepts in the unit. I taught the unit from a different perspective and he became very confident before sitting the exam with this different teaching. I have home tutored 31 people from September 2012 until now (June 2016) who have sat exams, and I have 5 permanent tutees....
William

William

PGCE: PGCE Teaching and Learning in HE (high commendation) (2009)
A variegate of disciplines covered dependent on the needs of individual schools and pupils. Work predominantly consists of English tuition for A-Level and GCSE students. 2008 - 2009 Seminar Leader & Lecturer, Kingston University HE tuition (Creative Writing & English Literature) in one-on-one tutorials, large seminars and lectures involving over 100 students. 2006 - 2008 ABA (Applied Behavioural Analysis) Tutor Ensured safety on field trips, taught social skills and maintained a strong academic curriculum. Trained...
Margaret
This was extremely useful and guarantees progress in reading for struggling learners. My results speak for themselves. My students grow in confidence after only a couple of sessions. I have been successful as a marking examiner for AQA for six years. I mark the English Language paper one. The feedback I have had from senior examiners has been exemplary. Despite teaching different examination boards where the goalposts are constantly changing I am quickly able to...
Ann
Please note that I will be able to cover my lesson with another tutor if I am unable to teach due to illness. BELOW ARE **Telephone Number Removed** prices. ONE TO ONE TUITION PRIMARY £25 per lesson SECONDARY: £25 per lesson. Lessons include 50 minutes of one -to -one teaching, homework setting, feedback and discussion with to pupil/parent. Group lessons are only £15. WHERE ARE WE? Just a few minutes drive from CHELLASTON near the...

Levels We Offer For Special Needs Tuition: Primary special-needs, Secondary special-needs, GCSE special-needs, A-Level special-needs, University special-needs, Casual Learner special-needs

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.

First Tutors is the best site to discover through one search the most suitable local Special Needs tutor for your requirements, their rates and proximity to you. Special Needs can be a difficult subject, and a local Special Needs teacher can really help your learning!

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