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John

Salisbury
Maths, Physics
PGCE: Maths Secondary (2009)
enhanced CRB disclosure. I have significant experience of: - Boosting student GCSE grades - Achieving a GCSE "pass" grade (including resits) - Improving number (decimal and fraction) and algebra skills that hold back many students in year 8 and year 9 - Boosting confidence - Stretching able students (eg AQA Further Pure GCSE Maths) - Preparing (many) A level students for examination (or resits). I use a range of methods suited to the individual learner,...
Lillie

Lillie

Salisbury
Masters: Chemical Engineering (2010)
supermarket. I have teaching experience for both secondary and primary. Whilst at university I worked as a tutor in a local secondary school teaching maths and english for three years. I also spent six months tutoring in a primary school during my A-level studies in 2005. I like to make learning fun, I endeavour to work out what learning and teaching style suits the pupil and ensure we get good results by working together to...
Nathalie

Nathalie

Salisbury
Doctorate: software developer (1999)
autistic spectrum. A bientôt, Nathalie I tailor lessons to meet the individual needs of my students with a gentle and creative approach. I use a variety of "active-learning" approaches. I love instilling my love of learning into my pupils and I always get results in a relaxed, enjoyable and rewarding way. Students progress rapidly as most of the sessions are spent talking in French, even with beginners. The objective is to make you feel confident...

Sally

Salisbury
Maths
Masters: Masters in Specific Learning Difficulties (2012)
confidence in working through maths problems. I develop fluency and understanding through the use of materials and visuals, so children feel confident in number value and calculation. For booster activities, it is important to build confidence and to help children gain a sense of achievement which they can take back to the classroom. I therefore make initial assessments, which help to identify tricky areas, which we can then tackle together. 1:1 work can be exhausting...
Clare

Clare

Salisbury
PGCE: Postgraduate Certificate in Education (2007)
sessions for small groups of children, in Reading, Writing and Numeracy, helping the children to develop the skills they need for their SATs tests. I have also done focused one to one tuition, focusing on the specific needs of pupils. I firmly believe that children learn best in a supportive, fun environment. My aim is to make any tutoring session interactive and fun, using ICT and practical activities wherever possible to help spark children's enthusiasm,...
Rachel

Rachel

Salisbury
Masters: Zoology (2018)
teaching roles I have taught novice rowers and coxes in my role as undergraduate College Women's Vice-Captain and Captain of Coxes, and also as a swimming poolside assistant on a Saturday morning at my school. I strongly believe that the best way to learn a subject is to understand the basic principles. Understanding the subject rather than simply memorising facts allows greater application of this information to answer a wider range of material. I focus...
James
Maths students achieved A's and A*'s. Patience, empathy and calmness are the most important attributes of any good tutor. I constantly strive to subscribe to these attributes. I put the tutee at the heart of the learning process and will always adapt my teaching style to accommodate the needs and learning style of the tutee. I like the environment to be relaxed yet purposeful and to ensure that the learning process is fun, empathetic and...
Christoph

Christoph

Salisbury
Maths, German
Masters: Mechanical Engineer (1994)
9-1 materials. The first session involves getting to know the student, finding out what their aims are for the tuition and what motivates them to learn. I encourage students to think independent and use real-life examples wherever possible to show them how to apply their knowledge and skills. Ultimately the goal is to pass the GCSE exam as good as possible I usually focus on past paper questions in order to practice and improve the...

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  • Christoph

    Christoph, Salisbury
    Joined: 12/02/2017 | Av. Price: £27.50 p.h.
    Maths, German
    Masters: Mechanical Engineer (1994)

  • Nathalie

    Nathalie, Salisbury
    Joined: 03/02/2017 | Av. Price: £20.11 p.h.
    Maths, French, Computer Studies / I.T.
    Doctorate: software developer (1999)

  • John, Salisbury
    Joined: 29/10/2013 | Av. Price: £24.00 p.h.
    Maths, Physics
    PGCE: Maths Secondary (2009)

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