I will be out of the country and unable to receive or send emails from November 6th to December 3rd 2018 inclusive
I currently have only weekday daytime availability for this academic year. No after school or weekend spaces.
I have recently left the NHS after 29 years working as a doctor. During that time, I was involved in teaching medical students, nurses and health care assistants.
I am a friendly, caring individual who is very approachable and who enjoys the stimulation of working in 1:1 situations.
I have 3 children myself, 2 of whom have now left school, and have supported them throughout their school careers.
Since 2013, I have worked independently providing 1:1 home tuition for KS3 and KS4 students, some of this work continues to be with children with medical needs.
From 2010 to 2013 I was employed by the Bexley Medical Needs Service home-tutorimg children upto GCSE level in addition to private tutoring both primary and secondary school children.
Throughout my medical career I was involved in teaching colleagues, often on a 1:1 basis, both theoretical and practical procedures. This allowed me to develop my skills in explaining sometimes difficult ideas and practices in an understandable way. I have adopted a similar approach in my current role as well as when teaching my own children.
The calm way in which I was able to do this has achieved very favourable results
My approach to tutoring is simple. I like to work with my tutees in a comfortable and relaxed manner where I can boost their confidence and abilities through a structured and methodical approach. I want to get the most out of my tutees, so that they perform to the best of their ability.
I want my tutees to enjoy their studies and to build their confidence in their own abilities.
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