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Experienced and dedicated Religious Studies teacher and Careers Advisor
A qualified and experienced A Level Religious Studies teacher, with experience of teaching GCSE History and English too. I am dedicated to providing informative and interesting lessons for students of all ages. I was previously a university lecturer therefore can provide advice, guidance and tuition in Religion, Philosophy, Ethics, and Politics. I am a volunteer Careers Advisor at an independent high school, therefore able to provide advice and guidance for college, university and careers.
Qualified Maths Teacher, with a track record of improving results!
I am a Maths teacher with several years of tutoring experience. I am a PPE graduate from York University and have experience teaching both KS3 and GCSE, having completed the Teach First Programme. I am 24 and have already helped many students achieve their desired grades at GCSE and IGCSE. I have experience teaching the new 1-9 GCSE and have a wealth of physical and online resources at my disposal. I am approachable, relate to students and my aim is to make Maths enjoyable whilst allowing students to achieve what they`re capable of. Testimonial `We`d like to thank you George, our daughter loved working with you and ended up with a B, a big improvement from her predicted D.`
Experienced tutor and fourth year undergraduate at the University of Oxford
Hello! I am a fourth year undergraduate at the University of Oxford, where I am studying classics. I am enthusiastic about all aspects of philosophy, though I specialise in metaphysics and particularly enjoy teaching this. I share this enthusiasm with my students and help them to fulfil their potential.
Humanities tutor with experience helping students with dyslexia.
I've always been passionate about education and learning, even though I struggled a lot in school. I was diagnosed with dyslexia at a young age, but with the support of my teachers and tutors (and a bit of hard work!) I managed to get ten GCSE at A*-B and three A levels at A*AA. I went on to study Philosophy and Politics and Queen's University Belfast. My dyslexia means that I work in new and innovative ways and always rise to a challenge. It means that I am understanding to those students who are struggling, as I've been through it and still go though it a lot. Having said that, being dyslexic has lots of positives, such as making me more creative, so I wouldn't change it for the world! At school and beyond I've developed fantastic skills in essay writing and information retention and 'coping mechanisms' to manage my dyslexia. I'm very excited to share what I have learned with you!