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Qualified Teacher| BA Education Studies, UCL | 5+ Years Teaching Experience
I have completed my Primary PGCE at UCL with overall Outstanding. I am a DBS accredited teacher with 5+ years teaching experience in Qur'an, Tajweed and Islamic Studies. I have worked with students between 5-15 both privately and in classes at Safar Academy. I have also graduated with a BA in Education Studies from University College London (UCL), where I focussed on various different approaches to learning and education. I have used my studies to help shape my teaching methods, to make sure I add the most value to my students. Beyond teaching, I also help provide mentorship and support for students to help build a solid foundation for their future.
"Whoever is not kind does not have faith" - this is what I go by
I've been teaching for the past 3 years now Alhamdulillah at a masjid with the children ranging from 5 to 11 year olds and I have done some private teaching to students much older. I've completed my A levels at Woodhouse College in Maths, Business and Accounting. I can teach Maths, Quran, Tajweed and Islamic studies. Previously, I studied at a private Islamic school where I completed the memorisation of the Quran. So I can also help others memorise the Quran too.
A Passionate Tutor specialising in History, Politics and English
My name is Niyaz, and I have recently left college with an ambition to help students reach their potential via their academic or creative routes. I specialize in Humanities, specifically History and Politics where I have achieved top grades at both GCSE level and A Level. My ambition for a long time has been to become a teacher and my extensive experiencing with private tutoring whilst working at Saturday supplementary and summer schools has enabled me to become very skilled in working with individuals and big groups. I am a very versatile tutor, being able to teach History and Politics at all levels, whilst also being able to teach English Language and Literature as well as Science up to GCSE Level. I am a very easy going tutor that will always take extra time for his students, ensuring they get all the support they need. I can also help with exam support, essay writing and most importantly time management where I have balanced work and studies while securing top grades. I am more than happy to help through Email or phone in between sessions. Feel free to contact me for any questions and hope to learn with you soon!
An Arabic Language enthusiast.
Attended SOAS University, achieving a 2:1 in BA Arabic and Economics. I achieved a 1st in all my Arabic language modules. Graduated from the Alexandria Centre for Languages (Egypt) in Arabic with a 1st, on a one year diploma abroad. Previous experience in teaching Arabic. My Arabic studies have been continuous since 2015, studying privately and as part of my degree, via both traditional and modern curriculums. I also studied Arabic in Egypt for one academic year.
Dedicated tutor and an undergraduate of South bank university
Hi, I am student Nurse in my first year, studying at London south bank university. I work as a nursery practitioner. Through my years of studying at secondary and sixth form, I believe I have mastered the skills needed to ace exams and form the best essays. I am a person who enjoys helping others and tend to put others needs before my own. Having said that, it would be a honour to help my students gain that trust in me to help develop the skills needed for the world of work. Most people would describe me as a bubbly, fun person. No doubt, I will be able to have that relationship with my students. I am looking forward to help exceed my students expectations but most importantly, supporting them in their academic learning.
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.
I am an experienced teacher and tutor with a personable style who gets results!
I have been teaching for eight years now and I can’t imagine doing anything else. I love all the hilarity and interesting conversations, alongside seeing students progress and reach their full potential. In my spare time I am an avid reader and traveller, and have now visited over 65 countries.
‘Education is not the learning of facts, but the training of the mind to think.’
I have a very unique way of teaching and that is ‘the training of the mind to think’. As I specialise in English Literature and language, ‘training the mind to think’ is crucial and allows students to think outside the box, exploring avenues that may have never been explored before. This is seen in my success rates of tutoring throughout the years, in subjects such as English literature and language, Chemistry and Biology. I have improved GCSE students grades by 2-3 grades every year round. Being the first cohort doing the new 9-1 GCSE examinations, I achieved a grade 9 for both English literature and language. This means that I have a first hand experience on what the exams are like, what examiners are looking for, how to handle workload and memorise poems and quotes from books, and how to achieve great results. In order to develop English skills, I frequently encourage asking questions, with this, lessons do not become a one way street and the student is encouraged to probe away in order to reach a conclusion for themselves. I try to teach a student the qualities of, and then to prioritise deduction and reasoning, something I have found is becoming ever more important in current exams. I strive to build confidence in students by securing knowledge and understanding and then frequently applying this to new scenarios, including independent work designed for strong consolidation. This of course includes inspiring an interest in the subject at hand, attempting to help the student recognise how truly fun learning such useful subjects can be, especially in noticing how they relate to daily life.
Hard-working tutor and undergraduate at Brunel University London
I am a 21 year old student currently studying for my degree in business management and entrepreneur ship. Having 2 siblings that are at the age where support is needed due to GCSE’s and SATS has made me realised how much I enjoy teaching and support children to do their best in their education. I currently have a level 3 ,4 and 5 in business management at 5 GCSE’s including international GCSE’s too. My mother tongue is English and I am also fluent in Arabic. The way a lesson is being delivered is the most important thing, as it determines whether or not the child has understood. Having a child leave with new knowledge is better than having a child leave with nothing. I also love making lessons fun and interactive so I don’t bore the child. This will excite the child and make them want to do their best.