I'm a Physics teacher in my thirties who enjoys sport and getting outside. It might sound odd but I don't believe that I'm particularly talented at Physics. I've worked hard and struggled with the subject and achieved many successes whilst doing so. This makes me a good teacher and a good tutor because I know what students struggle with and how best to help them overcome their challenges.
I have taught Physics to students in years 7 - 13 (11-18 years old) in some of the best state schools in Oxfordshire and Dorset over the last 9 years. I currently work as a class room teacher and I am up to date with the relevant changes in specifications and curricula. I enjoy teaching A-level Physics and have taught all the content from many of the exam boards.
I would ask you to complete a diagnostic skills test, which could be completed remotely, to give me a clearer idea of your strengths and weaknesses. To make best use of our one-to-one time I would expect to help you with material that you have already covered in class or read about so that we can concentrate on building your competency when it comes to answering related questions.
|Availability||Weekends, Weekdays (evenings)|
|References Available||On File|
|University of Oxford||2009||PGCE||Science|
|University of Warwick||2004||Bachelors||BSc Physics|
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