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Graduate from UCL Institute of Education
I have been a tutor for 3 and half years with all ages ranges from 4-16 years olds. I have a passion of teaching for a brighter future for the individuals.
PGCE Trained Teacher/Private Tutor for Early Years, KS1 & KS2/7+ Exam Prep
I am a qualified EYFS and KS1 teacher. Having completed my PGCE in Primary Education in 2015, I have been able to teach in two different boroughs. In my first year, I taught in the borough of Richmond where I taught a Reception class. Here, I was able to use my skills to bring my class up to the national expectation at the end of the year. I am aware of the national curriculum expectations within this phase. EYFS differs from the KS1 and KS2 Curriculum as it focuses on 7 areas of learning. Here, it is important to gauge how best the child learns. Opportunities within the EYFS environment allow for the class to become independent learners, and I am able to create creative evironments in order for learning to occur. Here, skills in both English and Maths are embedded. The expection with English is that all students must be able to apply their phonics knowledge in order to form a legible sentence. Through the use of song, art, word games and handwriting practice, curriculum expectations will most certainly be met. This is similar with maths, where practical activities have allowed for critical thinking to take place. In my second year of teaching, I taught a Yr 1 class in Newham. Here, I was able to again bring my class up to the national expectation, with accelerated progress in certain subjects. The KS1 Curriculum picks up from the EYFS Curriculum as it expands on Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar within Years 1 and 2. These are all skills that I have practised with my previous class on a daily basis. Within Year 1 the expectation at the end of the year is to pass the Phonics Screening which all my class were able to do. With maths, the aim is to develop reasoning skills as well mental arithmetic. I tutor Early Year’s, KS1 and KS2. I also have high expectations and believe students need to be taught the skills to become resilient learners.
Physics and Maths Tutor. Helping students help themselves.
Hi, I'm Usama, I am a young dedicated and hardworking individual. I have a Masters degree in Physics from UCL. I have tutored GCSE and A-Level students in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics for three years. I work effectively with different types of people while having an open-minded approach. I am passionate about tutoring and I am eager to provide any educational assistance that is needed. I always try to approach my pupils in the right way in order to maximise their potential. I plan each lesson with given objectives that matches the needs of the students. I am available during the weekends and specific hours can be adjusted on an individual basis.
Present PhD researcher from The University of Sheffield and dedicated tutor
An enthusiastic and friendly geography tutor who wants the very best for all of his students. I’m currently a PhD researcher in geography (farming and environmental benefits) from the University of Sheffield. I have experience of teaching at the university level and of privately tutoring a range of students from KS3 to A Level, alongside my university experience in geography. My sessions are engaging and I aim to relate the content to current day examples alongside exam practice. I will prepare resources prior to each lesson and mark work as part of my fee associated with each session. I try to be as flexible as I can and am easily contactable, friendly and approachable if further advice is needed. I work with you to achieve the best that you can and aim to inspire a future generation of geographers. My pricing varies depending on the level of study, i.e. GCSE/common entrance exams - £35/hour A Level - £40/hour University - £45/hour I also offer a 25% discount on my first lesson with you.
Academic coaching and tutoring for namely those that get distracted.
I’m particularly keen in helping students with attentional difficulties, task management issues, restlessness, and other related issues. I want to hammer the notion home, especially to young people, that learning is the most pleasurable thing in the world so long as you properly negotiate your approach to it with your difficulties. I have attention deficit disorder (ADD) myself, and after feeling shattered by not meeting the standards I knew I could achieve (for example, a characteristic ADD symptom is hyper-focus on what you’re interested in: I got 98% in English Literature - something I love - at A-level, but two B’s in philosophy and politics), I sought to do something about it and developed an approach which has worked really nicely (for example, now being able to read three books a week). I am currently doing a BA in Arabic at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), and attended King Alfred School in Hampstead where I achieved 6A*s and 3As at GCSE level and A*BB at A level.
Dedicated tutor and undergraduate at University of Birmingham
Hi, this is Bushra, I am 23 years old and have a PGCE Science teaching qualification from university of Birmingham as well as attained a first class degree in Bsc Medical Physiology, (Cardiovascular Science) at Middlesex University. I would describe myself as a competent, motivating and well-rounded tutor who will help achieve students their goals and overcome difficulties they are facing in their subject area. I will implement comprehensive lesson plans that accommodate specific level of learners while offering support to make certain each student was comfortable to grasp materials. I offer casual tutoring sessions and add a personal touch to them by understanding a students need and becoming their friend so that they feel able to communicate with me freely. With my previous expertise and experience gained in my work-life i have gained a range of skills such as team-working, non-verbal/verbal communications and problem-solving skills which when coupled with my dedication and enthusiasm has always had an immediate impact on businesses. Likewise, with these skills I believe i have the disposition to offer classes to students and achieve their aspiring goals to a high degree of accuracy..
Undergraduate at Kings College London - tutor for Geography and Psychology
My name is Hannah I studied both Geography and Psychology for GCSE and A-level I loved them both so much , I found it difficult to choose between them for university! I ended up choosing to study Psychology at Kings College London ( 2nd in the world for my course) , and am currently a first year student there. I have some unofficial teaching experience as I was a student teaching support for GCSE psychology students during my A-levels. I also hosted a debate club in my free time, so I am quite comfortable helping and interacting with students. As I am a newly graduated student, I am able to offer support with the newer specifications and have a fresh memory of student life . Student life can be very stressful at GCSE and A-level ! I aim to be a support for student during this stressful period of their lives, offering help with aspects of the course they find difficult, homework help and exam preparation ! I am most confident in supporting AQA psychology, and EDEXCEL geography as I have the specific resources to best help with these specifications.
Dedicated tutor and who is ready to teach!
My name is Tilly, I have done lots of tutoring, mainly at GCSE level, but am very happy to help students of all ages with any school support and things they are struggling with. I tutor up to GCSE level (Maths, English, Science, RS, Geography, French, Spanish) and up to A level for French and Spanish. I speak English, French and Spanish fluently, as well as a bit of Italian and German. I am currently living in London, and am happy to travel to suit my students’ needs. I am working as a teaching assistant at Francis Holland School, so am used to working with and teaching children. I have always had very good reviews for my tutoring, and appreciate any feedback. I aim for a very open and relaxed approach to my tutoring so as to make my tutees feel comfortable about asking me any questions. I have had coronavirus, so no need to worry about that!
Dedicated tutor and undergraduate at Goldsmiths, University of London
Studies and exams can be stressful, having just graduated from BSc Computer Science in 2020 - i understand that too. There’s alot of pressure to meet grade boundaries and targets for students - this is where i come in. My job is to use my experience to help you enjoy what you’re learning, whilst you try hard to meet your targets. Knowledge is power and even more so when you like what you learn.