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Craig (Mr)
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Subjects: Politics  |  Reading & Writing skills  |  Business Related  |  Economics  |  English  |  History  
Availability: Weekends / Weekdays (all times)
Types of Tutoring: Travels to you / From their home / Online
Info: Hi, everyone,The academic year is now a term old and things are ticking along nicely for almost all my students of 2016-17. Sadly two have had to drop out of school/college studies because of personal issues which is sad, when the time is right, thes ...
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Hi, everyone,The academic year is now a term old and things are ticking along nicely for almost all my students of 2016-17. Sadly two have had to drop out of school/college studies because of personal issues which is sad, when the time is right, these two very bright individuals will come back to studying, I'm sure.

I am more busy than ever this year but do have perhaps one or two spaces for students keen to just improve or to transform themselves and their fortunes. However bad things seem, I can show you how make the best of your talents.

Craig

TWO EXAM PAPER NOTICES

A couple of examination paper notices.

1. I am now OCR trained for the new AS level source/essay paper. Obviously this has given me a clear insight into how it's marked and how students need to approach it to be successful.
2. Secondly, the ED Excel Y13 A2 sources & essay paper (three secondary sources): I worked with four students on this last year and achieved spectacular results (these pupils can be contacted; some won't be able to put referees up here because I found all 4 of them via word of mouth and the UK's other major tutoring site). I'm very happy to report that I worked hard and thought hard on refining my advice on the paper and it has clearly paid off handsomely. Do contact me for details; I can pass these on to you prior to your making a decision on whether to engage me (or not as the case may be). Naturally anyone re-taking the A2 paper in 2017 can benefit from this. The new EdExcel History exam has a similar paper so this year's cohort of Y13 students should be able to benefit too.

Note. Because I'm away for the next 3 weeks carrying out research in London and Reading for my PhD I will not be able to begin lessons this year until the last week of September.

Plus:

Important policy change! If your young one or you, the student, is/are one who is not prepared to be coached and trained as our Olympic athletes are - and by this I mean that the performer puts themselves in the hands of the coach and doesn't try to tell them how to do the job - then please do not get in touch: simply pass on to another tutor somewhere else on this site.


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And now, The Pitch!

So, my name is Craig, a very dedicated one-to-one tutor of History, Politics and English. I offer an exceptionally high level of expertise as a history, politics (and English) teacher, teacher of essay writing, exam writing and exam taking. This is based on well over two decades of experience in schools and in homes. Though I have been teaching a long time, I am continually striving to improve the quality of my work, constantly analyzing the effect of my advice on performance and trying to perfect the art and craft of the job.

When not tutoring, most of my time is spent working (hard!) as a student too! I am just about to begin the third year of my PhD, supervised by Professor Tony Collins of De Montfort University, Leicester, undertaking research in 20th century British history. (Rugby fans might like to note at this point that Tony is the number one rugby historian - of all codes - in the world. All his books are very well worth reading.)


I am exceptionally well qualified. I have an MA (2011) in History and am now two years into my doctoral studies. I have written fiction and non-fiction. I have had experience in being an A level marker with an exam board. I have had long experience in teaching and preparing whole History & Govnt. & Politics year groups for A level, producing outstanding results.

I take on all types of students. Some need a lot of training, some need to be dragged away from a collision-course with failure, some need finessing, some need waking up, some need inspiring, some need a boost in confidence; some need more intellectual stimulation; all can and do improve their writing.

My chief strengths are: 1. I know how to teach students to write. 2. I know how to prepare them for exams. 3. My methods are clear, simple and work beautifully. 4. I care very much about the progression of my students. 5. I treat my work with them with the utmost seriousness. 6. But I'm a human being with a sense of humour! 7. I am very, very experienced. 8. As a parent of three children who have gone through the school and university experience, I understand what both the student and the parent is going through.

I am very happy to work with students online. I have found it to work extremely well.

More on my current research project...
I am currently working on doctoral research into the BBC, sport and social class, 1922-64, with Tony Collins at De Montfort University, Leicester. He is the director of DMU's International Centre for Sports History & Culture, a department of world renown, and the leading British powerhouse of sports history. I am very proud to be working with Tony and within the department. Undergrad students should note that I am working under one of the world's best historians, a 3-time winner of the prestigious Aberdare Prize for Sports Books.

Becoming a student again, beginning with the masters degree course at De Montfort University in 2010 has really helped my teaching. As well as keeping on top of developments in academic history. I am much better read! I know more! It has also taken me right back in touch with what it feels like to be a student and all that follows from that. It has also enabled me to extend my tutoring potential to undergraduates and masters students.

I'm happily married with 3 children fully grown (it's only their father who's lagging behind).

Teaching Experience:

I taught for 24 years in secondary schools in Bromley, Kent and Derbyshire where I now live. History was my specialism but I was head of Politics for a number of years in the last part of my school career. I also taught Geography, Economics, English and R.E.

Since beginning to tutor students, I have taught history, Government & Politics and English (including basic literacy skills to a young person with dyslexia). Courses taught have mostly been those at GCSE and A level.

I have taught a wide range of topics within French, German, Russian and British history. The list includes the usual suspects: causes of World Wars 1 and 2, Hitler and the Third Reich, the French Revolution (and its causes) and Napoleon; also Tsarist Russia, the Russian revolution and Stalin as well as the European Reformation, France in the 16th century, Louis XIV and aspects of Irish and Chinese history and 19th century France, plus 20th century USA. politics (Boom and Bust, New Deal and Post-War Boom, and also the Witchcraft Persecution in Europe (1550-1680).

In terms of British history I am very much up to speed with all aspects of its 20th century political history (high politics, parties, electoral history, social history & economic history, right through to the 21st century, in fact); I have also taught most aspects of 19th history, social, economic and political. For the last decade and a half of my school-teaching career I taught the A level course in 16th and 17th century - The Tudors, James I, Charles I, Causes of the English Civil War, Charles II, James II & the Glorious Revolution, the reigns of William & Mary & Queen Anne.

I have recently added 19th century British politics (Reform Bill through Peel, Palmerston, Disraeli and Gladstone to Salisbury) and Witchcraft in Early Modern Europe to my "roster" of topics.

Since becoming a PhD student my expertise level in terms of content knowledge has leaped forward in 20th century British history. However...

...it isn't the historical content of the course that matters so much: technique is the key; know-how; how to write; how to take an exam; how to prepare for the whole exam period; how to approach the whole thing mentally, psychologically; how to be the best you can be; how to be successful - end of story!

I have worked with students on exam preparation and revision, coursework planning and execution and essay writing techniques. It is here that the battle to improve and to reach a fulfillment of potential, often with the reward of high grades, is usually won.

Tutoring Approach:

I don't tinker around the margins of issues. I give students something all those who come for help require: a method to use to dispose of the problems posed by the issue of writing that dreaded thing: the essay! Not a tinkering round the edges of the thing, a tip here, a bit of advice there, but a comprehensive yet simple and absolutely clear set of actions and principles through which the student can fulfill their potential: show the examiner what they know and understand of the topic.

Following on from the above, my approach to tutoring begins and ends with the drive to be successful. If I did not unfailingly improve students, help them to achieve the grades they want and need I would not be writing this.

In between comes what we might describe as philosophy and methods. It's hard to write about methods without immediately mentioning what I suppose might be my strongest "offer" (I don't much like that word but there, I've used it). As a schoolteacher I developed a unique but simple method of essay planning and writing that achieved stunning results. So successful has it been over 20 years that I am astonished that no one else seems to have found it. But in my experience up to February 2013 no teacher has. Essay writing is still something that many, many students find difficult and confusing. It really does not need to be this way.

Obviously content issues are hugely important and here I rely on my communication skills which have yet to let me down! These, naturally, go hand in hand with a knowledge of British and European history across a variety of years which has grown over recent years particularly through my MA studies, my PhD research and through working with students on a range of historical periods, topics and people. I find myself to be adaptable to different types of students. I am able to adapt my language and my technique to fit the situation. I am also somewhat stubborn in that I never give up on solving a problem. If we have to go over time, so be it!

Finally, some more of my personal philosophies of teaching. I believe that students generally do not achieve their potential. With each student I aim to take them to standards (and grades) that they did not think were possible. Without exception I push, push and push until we run out of time as we inevitably do. I also do not believe in lost causes. Much can be achieved in a very short space of time. I have seen this happen over and over again.

There is much more to be said but that, I hope, will do for now.

Craig

Subjects
  • Politics
  • GCSE or Standards (£25 p.h.)
  • A-Level or Highers (£27.5 p.h.)
  • Adult/Casual learner (£30 p.h.)
  • Reading & Writing skills
  • 11+ (secondary) (£20 p.h.)
  • GCSE or Standards (£25 p.h.)
  • A-Level or Highers (£27.5 p.h.)
  • Further/Higher (university) (£30 p.h.)
  • Adult/Casual learner (£30 p.h.)

  • Business Related
  • GCSE or Standards (£25 p.h.)
  • Economics
  • GCSE or Standards (£25 p.h.)
  • A-Level or Highers (£28 p.h.)

  • English
  • 11+ (secondary) (£20 p.h.)
  • History
  • 11+ (secondary) (£20 p.h.)
  • GCSE or Standards (£25 p.h.)
  • A-Level or Highers (£30 p.h.)
  • Further/Higher (university) (£33 p.h.)
  • Adult/Casual learner (£30 p.h.)


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Ann-Carole (Mrs)
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Subjects: Special Needs  |  English (Foreign Language)  |  English  |  Citizenship  |  Study Skills  
Availability: Weekends / Weekdays (all times)
Types of Tutoring: Travels to you / From their home / Online
Info: I have been qualified to work post 16 since 2000, I am also a qualified counsellor and have massive success in modifying challenging behaviour. Since 2000 I have worked in EBD Schools and college teaching young offenders and people with learning defi ...
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I have been qualified to work post 16 since 2000, I am also a qualified counsellor and have massive success in modifying challenging behaviour. Since 2000 I have worked in EBD Schools and college teaching young offenders and people with learning deficits. I have taught pshe,health and social care and childcare. I currently deliver a pathways health and social care course at Hastings college. I am qualified in youth work and hold an enhanced CRB. I have a diverse teaching style which works well. I gained an excellent when observed for ofsted in 2004
I work also for the YDS as leader in charge at a youth club in Polegate, we have a number of challenging members from the travelling community. I am very patient and will find a variety of ways to make a point or help someone learn something. I believe in praise rather than punishment and try my best to ignore most bad behaviour and instead focus on the good, that said I am not afraid to challenge if and when necessary i.e if behaviour is dangerous or anti-social.

Teaching Experience:

Hazel Court - SEN
ECAT - Teaching self advocacy to SEN
Grovebridge Intensive treatment facility - All subjects teaching young offenders, mainly citizenship and life skills.
Baldwin training delivering 14-16 vocational training in Health and Social care
YDS - delivering drugs and substance misuse,sexual health and life skills
Hastings College delivering to 14-16 Childcare and Health and Social care (BTEC)
Sussex downs college delivering health and social care and child care and education to young people from 14 to 19 up to level three.
life story work to children who are in care of local authority.
private tutoring with young person for 5 years who is on the autistic spectrum helping him to make sense of the world. Understand his condition and develop coping strategies as a result this young person is now able to attend mainstream school.

Tutoring Approach:

My approach to tutoring is a firm and friendly one- we have a job to do lets get it done in a fun way but it must be done.
We will do this as thoroughly as we can and it will make us feel better about ourselves raising self esteem.

Subjects
  • Special Needs
  • Up to 11 years (primary) (£22 p.h.)
  • 11+ (secondary) (£22 p.h.)
  • Adult/Casual learner (£22 p.h.)
  • English (Foreign Language)
  • Up to 11 years (primary) (£22 p.h.)
  • 11+ (secondary) (£22 p.h.)
  • Adult/Casual learner (£22 p.h.)

  • English
  • Up to 11 years (primary) (£22 p.h.)
  • Citizenship
  • Up to 11 years (primary) (£22 p.h.)
  • 11+ (secondary) (£22 p.h.)
  • Adult/Casual learner (£22 p.h.)

  • Study Skills
  • 11+ (secondary) (£22 p.h.)
  • Adult/Casual learner (£22 p.h.)

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Frances (Mrs)
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Subjects: English (Foreign Language)  
Availability: Weekends / Weekdays (all times)
Types of Tutoring: Travels to you / From their home / Online
Info: I have been a journalist for 25 years and have a love of the English language. I have also written several books. I decided to start teaching English as a Foreign Language last year because I love English grammar and wanted a new challenge. Now I hav ...
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I have been a journalist for 25 years and have a love of the English language. I have also written several books. I decided to start teaching English as a Foreign Language last year because I love English grammar and wanted a new challenge. Now I have the advantage of being a writer of English as well as a teacher which enables me to help people with both speaking and writing.

Teaching Experience:

I have qualified on the Trinity College, London, TESOL course at Universal Language Training in Woking. During the course we gave over six hours of teaching and subsequently I have been teaching on a one to one basis.

Tutoring Approach:

My approach is to get the student to do most of the work, speaking and writing English, and thinking for themselves rather than all the prompting coming from me. I tailor the work to their needs, so if it is a business client we look a the situations they encounter in their work and using role play we practise English in the workplace.

Subjects
  • English (Foreign Language)
  • GCSE or Standards (£28 p.h.)
  • A-Level or Highers (£28 p.h.)
  • Further/Higher (university) (£28 p.h.)
  • Adult/Casual learner (£28 p.h.)

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Derya (Miss)
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Subjects: Turkish  
Availability: Weekends / Weekdays (evenings)
Types of Tutoring: From their home / Online
Info: I am a native speaker of Turkish. I've been living in England since 1997 and completed my Computer Science degree in 2006 at Aston University / Birmingham. For my final year project I developed computer program to translate between Turkish and Englis ...
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I am a native speaker of Turkish. I've been living in England since 1997 and completed my Computer Science degree in 2006 at Aston University / Birmingham. For my final year project I developed computer program to translate between Turkish and English. The program was build using a dictionary, set of rules listed in a pattern and a logic to extract meaning using the dictionary and the pattern. Turkish is morphologically a complex language. However complexity can be simplified by learning the patterns, and then enjoy making sentences using logic. I find learning a language exciting myself and after my degree started to learn German. Through listening to cd's of Michael Thomas. It was fascinating to see that he was using the same technique to teach couple of his students. During the learning process it was their logic that was being challenged more than their memory of words and phrases. I think it is ok to 'cheat' and look up words that you don't remember. Once you start making sentences using particular words and you are comfortable with the sentence you will also remember the word due to the pattern you have built in your mind. Regardless of our individual learning styles, I think building patterns is a more permanent and easy way of learning than trying to memorise everything.

Teaching Experience:

I ve been giving private tuition in Birmingham, and now I would like to continue this in Bournemouth. I am currently doing a research about effective ways of teaching Turkish. I am interested in teaching Turkish because I enjoy teaching, also the experience will support my project. My ultimate aim is to write and record my own teaching materials for learning Turkish

Tutoring Approach:

I developed my interest in languages through my degree. I am competent in teaching, and I will adopt my technique based on the individual's learning style. Most native English speaking people in the UK finds agglutinative languages difficult to comprehend, as they attempt to 'understand' by comparing them with their own or some other European language. I believe that I can provide techniques that will overcome this difficulty. I enjoy teaching Turkish because I believe that I can understand how different individuals perceive and learn. I find it challenging and rewarding to be able to connect with people, deliver information the way they will appreciate, and see people enjoying the experience of learning.

Subjects
  • Turkish
  • Adult/Casual learner (£20 p.h.)

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Calum (Mr)
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Subjects: Maths  |  Physics  |  Chemistry  
Availability: Weekends / Weekdays (evenings)
Types of Tutoring: Travels to you / Online
Info: I'm a well spoken and friendly "science geek" with great interpersonal skills. I pride myself on a relaxed and logical approach to problem solving; whether it be at a post-graduate level or the ability to communicate GCSE and A-Level topics in a rele ...
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I'm a well spoken and friendly "science geek" with great interpersonal skills. I pride myself on a relaxed and logical approach to problem solving; whether it be at a post-graduate level or the ability to communicate GCSE and A-Level topics in a relevant manner. Throughout my schooling I saw many classmates struggle with topics because they were unable to make a connection to their interests. Personal tutoring allows the tutee to have access to the information in a tailored manor such that they are able to relate the the problem and make clear logical choices about how to proceed.

I graduated with an MSci in Chemistry from the University of Nottingham last year and I'm currently in my 1st year of a 4 year PhD, also Chemistry. Throughout my course I did extra maths and physics modules and my research currently also depends heavily on all the sciences and maths. For those interested in Uni-level tutoring within Chemistry; my PhD involves a lot of vibrational spectroscopy (inorganic section), and I regularly use all the physics, maths and inorganic chemistry taught at undergrad level.

Teaching Experience:

Tutoring:
I have tutored multiple students in the past, providing entire revision/improvement courses for both GCSE and A-level students as well as help a variety of university students achieving high grades on specific modules.

The tailored approach of private tuition allows students to quickly build confidence in a subject (and exam technique) which results in achieving grades that each student is capable of. I've also offered subject specific tutoring, such as "Quantitive Analysis for Business", a statistical module for Business Management students.

University:
Demonstrating: I help undergrad students understand and complete practical experiments several times a week.
A-Level Outreach/UCAS: I participate in numerous UCAS events to help potential students and parents understand what Chemistry at Nottingham Uni has to offer.

Outdoor Education:
Last summer I lived in a forest for 3 months and each week had a different group of 12-16 year olds to look after and teach them how to survive in the wild. Catching and cooking our food, building shelters to sleep in and different ways to make fire were just some of the topics covered.

Tutoring Approach:

An essential part of great exam grades is an understanding of not only the subject area, but an understanding of the underlying question. Tailoring a teaching style to every student is essential, especially when it comes to science and maths. Although it's possible to pass exams with a "copy and paste" approach, developing an understanding of the subject area will yield much better grades and almost certainly reducing the amount of stress associated with exams.

Any questions please drop me a message!

Subjects
  • Maths
  • 11+ (secondary) (£50 p.h.)
  • GCSE or Standards (£50 p.h.)
  • A-Level or Highers (£50 p.h.)
  • Physics
  • 11+ (secondary) (£50 p.h.)
  • GCSE or Standards (£50 p.h.)
  • A-Level or Highers (£50 p.h.)

  • Chemistry
  • 11+ (secondary) (£50 p.h.)
  • GCSE or Standards (£50 p.h.)
  • A-Level or Highers (£50 p.h.)
  • Further/Higher (university) (£50 p.h.)
  • Adult/Casual learner (£50 p.h.)

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Joshua (Mr)
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Subjects: Entrance Exams  |  Combined Science  |  Maths  |  Physics  |  Chemistry  |  Biology  
Availability: Weekends / Weekdays (all times)
Types of Tutoring: Travels to you / From their home / Online
Info: I have seen students` confidence in their abilities increases and their understanding deepens. Both students and parents have offered positive feedback from the great improvement in their grade as a result of my tuition. For example, a student`s grad ...
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Personal Description:
I have seen students` confidence in their abilities increases and their understanding deepens. Both students and parents have offered positive feedback from the great improvement in their grade as a result of my tuition. For example, a student`s grade in A Level Physics improved from originally an E to an A after my tuition, while others attend their preferred schools after help revision for their entrance exams.

Teaching Experience:

After various school placements, such as teaching classes at St Aidan`s (ranked amongst the highest achieving comprehensive schools in the country), for over five years I have helped a multitude of pupils ranging from as young as six through to mature students.
Having experienced rigorous training, I am an Examiner for a major board and have relished the challenges of marking
candidates` papers. I feel this gives me an invaluable perspective when preparing my students for their own tests.
I am familiar with the different examination boards, particularly AQA, Edexcel, OCR, CIE and ISEB. Covering English and Reasoning where desired, I have prepared students for 7+, 8+, 11+ and 13+ entrance examinations as well as the STEP and PAT tests required for the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge. With my tuition, students have gained entrance to the schools of Aldenham, Fulham Prep, Harrogate Ladies, Sedbergh, Charterhouse and Latymer. After my tuition, candidates attained the necessary grades for their university offers, including from Oxbridge, to study courses relevant to our preparation. I also have experience aiding with IB and professional skills tests together with Pre-U and IGCSE.
I am happy to offer tuition for all other syllabuses as well, for example WJEC and for free-standing maths qualifications.
I also offer tuition to adults wanting to improve their own maths understanding and skills, for example to help with their career or to pass graduate skills tests such as Kenexa, SHL and numeracy for QTS etc.
I have helped several students with Asperger Syndrome, those with dyslexia and students who are home schooled, have conditions including severe physical handicaps, speech and language difficulties or have had to change school due to behavioural difficulties. Furthermore, I have been trained for and have taught looked after children and also have experience of helping those for whom English is an additional language.

Tutoring Approach:

I find I can relate to students in a calm and patient manner and I have enjoyed helping them through difficulties with their subjects. I endeavour to find and solve the problems students have in their understanding to give them a firmer grasp of the topic, with the benefits from this being increased confidence and improved results.

Subjects
  • Entrance Exams
  • Up to 11 years (primary) (£20 p.h.)
  • 11+ (secondary) (£25 p.h.)
  • GCSE or Standards (£30 p.h.)
  • A-Level or Highers (£35 p.h.)
  • Further/Higher (university) (£35 p.h.)
  • Adult/Casual learner (£35 p.h.)
  • Combined Science
  • Up to 11 years (primary) (£20 p.h.)
  • 11+ (secondary) (£25 p.h.)
  • GCSE or Standards (£30 p.h.)
  • Adult/Casual learner (£35 p.h.)

  • Maths
  • Up to 11 years (primary) (£20 p.h.)
  • 11+ (secondary) (£25 p.h.)
  • GCSE or Standards (£30 p.h.)
  • A-Level or Highers (£35 p.h.)
  • Adult/Casual learner (£35 p.h.)
  • Physics
  • Up to 11 years (primary) (£20 p.h.)
  • 11+ (secondary) (£25 p.h.)
  • GCSE or Standards (£30 p.h.)
  • A-Level or Highers (£35 p.h.)
  • Further/Higher (university) (£35 p.h.)
  • Adult/Casual learner (£35 p.h.)

  • Chemistry
  • Up to 11 years (primary) (£20 p.h.)
  • 11+ (secondary) (£25 p.h.)
  • GCSE or Standards (£30 p.h.)
  • Adult/Casual learner (£35 p.h.)
  • Biology
  • Up to 11 years (primary) (£20 p.h.)
  • 11+ (secondary) (£25 p.h.)
  • GCSE or Standards (£30 p.h.)
  • Adult/Casual learner (£35 p.h.)


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Manjet (Mr)
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Subjects: Computer Studies / I.T.  |  Maths  
Availability: Weekends / Weekdays (evenings)
Types of Tutoring: Travels to you / From their home
Info: I specialise in GCSE Maths and ICT tutoring, providing: Individualised 1-1 tuition Saturday small group teaching. GCSE Maths Tuition at a School in Harrow. (from £15 per hour) Mr Manjet (BA, MSc, Cert.Ed, DMS) Enhanced CRB, QTS and examiner exper ...
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I specialise in GCSE Maths and ICT tutoring, providing:
Individualised 1-1 tuition
Saturday small group teaching. GCSE Maths Tuition at a School in Harrow. (from £15 per hour)
Mr Manjet (BA, MSc, Cert.Ed, DMS)
Enhanced CRB, QTS and examiner experience.

Teaching Experience:

I am a qualified teacher, - teaching experience: secondary/sixth form colleges; state and independent schools.
GCSE: Maths and ICT
GCE:AS Maths C1, C2 and S1.
Key stage 3: ICT and Maths

Tutoring Approach:

Help students learn, build confidence and independence in their studies. Use a range of teaching aids and techniques to develop an understanding of the subject. Regularly monitor progress: check learning via assessment and homework.

Subjects
  • Computer Studies / I.T.
  • 11+ (secondary) (£25 p.h.)
  • GCSE or Standards (£30 p.h.)
  • Adult/Casual learner (£30 p.h.)
  • Maths
  • 11+ (secondary) (£25 p.h.)
  • GCSE or Standards (£30 p.h.)
  • A-Level or Highers (£40 p.h.)
  • Adult/Casual learner (£30 p.h.)


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Hana (Miss)
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Subjects: Art  |  English  |  French  
Availability: Weekdays (all times)
Types of Tutoring: Travels to you
Info: Hi! My name is Hana and I am very excited at this opportunity to become a tutor. I obtained 10 GCSEs, including an A* in French and English. I then moved on to take the Intenational Baccalaureate rather than A-levels which improved my general ski ...
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Personal Description:
Hi! My name is Hana and I am very excited at this opportunity to become a tutor.

I obtained 10 GCSEs, including an A* in French and English. I then moved on to take the Intenational Baccalaureate rather than A-levels which improved my general skills as well as subject knowledge. I achieved a level 5 in both French and English Literature (both at higher level).
I am currently studying French and Art at university.

Teaching Experience:

A few years ago I did a week of work experience in a primary school, working with children from the age of 4 up until the age of 11. During this placement I assisted with English and reading, art lessons and French lessons. The experience was very rewarding and I even received (handmade) presents from some of the students when I left!

Very recently I worked and lived in a château in France for 8 weeks, vastly improving my level of French during my stay. I also began to teach some French children a bit of English, but most of my time was taken up speaking French with the locals and visitors who came to stay in the château.

I have also helped my younger brother and neighbours with homework and revision several times!

Tutoring Approach:

I hope to tutor in a fun and practical manner, using art or memory techniques where I can! I can change my approach depending on the age of the person being tutored, as well as their individual needs and requirements.
I myself find that colours, pictures and interesting work sheets can aid learning and revision, thus I will try to incorporate these where I can!

Subjects
  • Art
  • Up to 11 years (primary) (£12 p.h.)
  • 11+ (secondary) (£15 p.h.)
  • GCSE or Standards (£17 p.h.)
  • English
  • Up to 11 years (primary) (£12 p.h.)
  • 11+ (secondary) (£15 p.h.)
  • GCSE or Standards (£17 p.h.)

  • French
  • Up to 11 years (primary) (£12 p.h.)
  • 11+ (secondary) (£15 p.h.)
  • GCSE or Standards (£17 p.h.)

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Antonio (Mr)
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Subjects: Physics  |  Maths  
Availability: Weekends / Weekdays (all times)
Types of Tutoring: Travels to you
Info: My mane is Antonio. Currrently, I am finishing my PhD in Astronomy at the University of Sussex. I studied physics in my BSc and a master in Astronomy later. I moved to Brighton in 2010. ...
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Personal Description:
My mane is Antonio. Currrently, I am finishing my PhD in Astronomy at the University of Sussex. I studied physics in my BSc and a master in Astronomy later. I moved to Brighton in 2010.

Teaching Experience:

I have been teaching as a teacher assistant for undergrads courses at the University of Sussex from 2010 up to now. I did some teaching during my undergrad as well in Mexico.

Tutoring Approach:

I did some tutoring during my undergrad. Nowadays, after being teaching for a long time University students I feel more comfortable with my comunication skills and I can teach A-levels without any problem.

I am open to charge less or nothing in the first session to test if our understanding is ideal for you to learn as you want. I do not want you to waste your money.

Subjects
  • Physics
  • A-Level or Highers (£20 p.h.)
  • Maths
  • A-Level or Highers (£20 p.h.)


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Shelley (Mrs)
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Subjects: Computer Studies / I.T.  |  Business Related  
Availability: Weekends / Weekdays (all times)
Types of Tutoring: From their home / Online
Info: Originally from Canada I have lived in Farnham UK for 6 years. I was Managing Partner of a software development company for 13 years in Toronto. We developed bespoke software applications used by Fortune 500 companies internationally. I started my ca ...
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Personal Description:
Originally from Canada I have lived in Farnham UK for 6 years. I was Managing Partner of a software development company for 13 years in Toronto. We developed bespoke software applications used by Fortune 500 companies internationally. I started my career in software development, database design and interface design, eventually moving into project management, business management and consulting.
I have an honours Diploma in Information Systems and an MBA from the University of Toronto.

Teaching Experience:

I have taught Computing at community college to both individuals and classrooms. I have taught large classes of adult learners in computer applications and business. I have recently been awarded a British Computer Society teaching scholarship and teach Computing at the Secondary level.

Tutoring Approach:

I take an individualised approach to tutoring, and target materials and approach to the students' needs. I'm happy to tutor both in person and online, though I have found a mix of both is often the best approach. If after your first session you feel I'm not the right tutor for you I'm happy to refund your initial session fee.

Subjects
  • Computer Studies / I.T.
  • 11+ (secondary) (£30 p.h.)
  • GCSE or Standards (£35 p.h.)
  • A-Level or Highers (£40 p.h.)
  • Business Related
  • GCSE or Standards (£30 p.h.)
  • A-Level or Highers (£40 p.h.)
  • Further/Higher (university) (£40 p.h.)
  • Adult/Casual learner (£40 p.h.)


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Ameer (Dr)
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Subjects: Medicine  
Availability: Weekends
Types of Tutoring: From their home
Info: I am a Doctor qualified from King`s College London, with an additional First Class Honours Bachelor of Science degree in Physiology with Basic Medical Sciences. I have published papers in highly regarded medical journals and am able to provide links ...
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Personal Description:
I am a Doctor qualified from King`s College London, with an additional First Class Honours Bachelor of Science degree in Physiology with Basic Medical Sciences. I have published papers in highly regarded medical journals and am able to provide links to these if interested. I achieved 3A`s at A Level, 9A*s and 2As at GCSE.

Teaching Experience:

I am passionate about teaching, with a vast array of teaching experience amongst all levels and abilities. My particular strength and prior experience is in medical school applications and interview technique. I have experience with students who have studied at the UK's top medical universities.

Tutoring Approach:

The aims of my sessions are in helping candidates get one foot in the door by constructing a solid personal statement and application that maximally shows off their skills, attributes and suitability to a career in medicine in such short space. I know how difficult this can be!

Having achieved interview, I also help candidates present themselves on interview day in the best possible fashion, working through questions, current themes and the odd curveball so that they are fully prepared for the important medical interview.

I offer a high quality service and am very keen to help you achieve a place at a top medical university.

Subjects
  • Medicine
  • A-Level or Highers (£60 p.h.)
  • Further/Higher (university) (£60 p.h.)

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Ben (Mr)
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Subjects: Chemistry  |  Physics  |  Maths  |  Computer Studies / I.T.  
Availability: Weekends / Weekdays (evenings)
Types of Tutoring: Travels to you / From their home / Online
Info: I am an experienced degree level computer software professional with over 15 years experience designing and developing software using different technologies. I have a a graduate degree in Mathematics and a Master's degree in Computer Science. ...
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Personal Description:
I am an experienced degree level computer software professional with over 15 years experience designing and developing software using different technologies. I have a a graduate degree in Mathematics and a Master's degree in Computer Science.

Teaching Experience:

I have experience teaching Maths, Physics, Chemistry at the GCSE level and have regularly assisted university students with their computer science projects.

Tutoring Approach:

I like the hands on approach to tutoring because doing is the best way to learn. So, rather than prescribing how things are or should be done I like to work collaboratively with the student to explore options available to resolve a problem. I will set challenges to test knowledge. I will offer hints as clues to solving problems. I can teach a student how to decompose a problem into smaller parts that can easily be solved. I have done it time and time again and it works. I teach; I do not lecture.

Subjects
  • Chemistry
  • 11+ (secondary) (£25 p.h.)
  • GCSE or Standards (£25 p.h.)
  • A-Level or Highers (£25 p.h.)
  • Physics
  • 11+ (secondary) (£25 p.h.)
  • GCSE or Standards (£25 p.h.)
  • A-Level or Highers (£25 p.h.)

  • Maths
  • 11+ (secondary) (£25 p.h.)
  • GCSE or Standards (£25 p.h.)
  • A-Level or Highers (£25 p.h.)
  • Computer Studies / I.T.
  • Further/Higher (university) (£25 p.h.)


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