Select which subject you are studying
Select which level you are studying at
Where would you like your lessons?
Select the price ranges you would be willing to pay within
£75 or less
Which times would you prefer your tutor to be free at?
8 years teaching experience with corporate clients as well as school pupils
I really enjoyed teaching, I believe in tailored teaching style, everyone learns differently. My have clients from BT, Shell, JPMorgan, Rothschild, Glaxosmithkline, Huawei etc. I understand the students needs and specialised in applied language so you can benefit immediately. Wants to know more about me? Contact me , whatever your level is, let’s see how I can help you.
I’m a qualified teacher in teaching Mandarin!
Born and raised in Hong Kong, Cantonese in my first language but I’m also fluent in English and Mandarin. I’ve taken the National Putonghua Proficiency Test which I scored Grade Two Level A (entitles me for teaching in Mandarin). I’ve been a private tutor for teaching Mandarin for a year to student who studies in international school. My focus would be on the speaking and listening part of the language.
Passionate and experienced multilingual tutor!
I have 4 years’ experience as a private tutor and now a full-time tutor, as I have been for just over 6 months. I have experience teaching a range of students in terms of age (from 5 to over 60) and level. I have taught English as a Foreign Language, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, German and Latin as well as English and Maths (up to 13+) to a total of more than 50 students (including some groups). Many of these students have been learning for exams, such as GCSEs and A-Levels, while some have been casual learners. While flexibility is essential and I try to tailor my approach to each student, I base my tutoring on transmitting my passion and expertise in learning to the student. As a speaker of many languages, I have considerable experience of the language learning process and know-how of language learning techniques. I use this to predict common pitfalls and difficulties for students, and to explain these by breaking them down in simple terms. In this way, the student’s confidence increases and they feel able to reach their targets. While I have high standards, I also believe students will naturally want to learn more if they have fun. I often use cultural materials such as books, films or songs in my lessons so that the student sees the advantages of language learning and so starts to learn proactively and thus improve faster.