Peter

Peter

Stanmore Tutor

I specialize in teaching Mathematics and Physics from key stage 2 to 5 and up to a Degree level. I possess a mature and constructive eclectic teaching approach with excellent ability to communicate and have effective working relationships between staff, students and parents. I am a confident and hard working individual. I enjoy using my own initiative in all aspects of academic work, but above all, what inspires me the most, is the satisfaction of getting positive results from my students .
I am aware that students and parents are crucial to a responsive student attitude and therefore I am very passionate about building a successful learning environment and meeting the needs of children and school mandates. I am determined to continue my significant contribution to a suitable Academic institution

Tutoring Experience

over 12 years and
*briefly would like to share my previous year students result.
Academic Year: 2016 -2017.

  • 12 students (Yr 13, Edx, OCR, MEI, AQA & IB) achieved 'A*' in Core & Further Maths in their A level.

  • 3 students (Yr 13, Edx, OCR, MEI, AQA & IB) achieved 'A' in Core & Further Maths in their A level.

  • 2 students (Yr 13, OCR, MEI) achieved 'A' in Core & Further Maths in their A level

  • 9 students( Yr 12, Edx, OCR, MEI, AQA & IB) achieved 'A' in Further Maths in their AS level.

  • 2 students( Yr 12, Edx, OCR, MEI, AQA & IB) achieved 'B' in Core Maths in their AS level.

  • 6 students passed their UKCAT, MAT, BMAT, GRE,GMAT and SAT (USA).

  • 9 Students achieved grade 9 in their GCSE and IGCSE Maths.

  • 2 Student achieved grade 8 in GCSE and IGCSE Maths.

  • 8 students passed, St Alban school entrance exam.

  • 6 students passed, Merchant Taylor entrance exam.

  • 7 students passed, kings school entrance exam.

  • 4 Students passed, Charter House entrance exams, Peterborough and Sevenoak Schools.

Tutoring Approach

For students to understand mathematics deeply, they must have the opportunity to make sense of what they are doing. In a traditional approach, the teacher shows the students a procedure by demonstrating each step, and students complete several similar examples following the teacher’s explanation. I call this the “follow the rules” approach. The problem with this method is that students have a litany of rules to follow and often become confused about when to follow which rule. When taking a test, students ask themselves, “Which way do I move the decimal point?” Or, “Am I supposed to flip a fraction here?” Traditional approaches do not promote deep understanding or adaptive reasoning. And we wonder why our students struggle on the high-stakes tests!

LanguagesEnglish (British), Hindi
AvailabilityWeekends, Weekdays (evenings)
References Available On File

Qualifications

Magadh University2005Mastersin Mathematics
Magadh University2003Bachelorsin Mathematic
Kingston University2010QTSQTS
Comparison from UK Narric2008Professionaluk narric
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Subjects taught
MathsOne-to-oneOnline
Primary£65£58.50
Secondary£80£72
GCSE£90£81
A-Level£120£108
University£150£135
Casual Learner£120£108
PhysicsOne-to-oneOnline
Primary£65£58.50
Secondary£80£72
GCSE£90£81
A-Level£120£108
University£150£135
Casual Learner£120£108
Entrance ExamsOne-to-oneOnline
Primary£65£58.50
Secondary£80£72
GCSE£90£81
A-Level£120£108
University£150£135
Casual Learner£120£108