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I help students achieve their full potential !
Hello:) I am a University student studying English Literature at Kings Collage London. For the past three years I have been working as an English, Spanish, Arabic and Sociology tutor with children ages 5-16. My passion for teaching and helping students achieve their full potential is the reason why I am working as part time tutor whilst aspiring to be a teacher once I have graduated. My teaching techniques are simple. I adapt my methods to the students depending on their level and pace, encouraging and helping them to obtain and exceed their targets. I have worked with children as young as 6, teaching them phonetics, how to read and write. Additionally, I have tutored many GCSE and A-Level students preparing them for their exams. If you have any questions at all, please don't hesitate in contacting me:) If you have a pro membership then please contact me at: email@example.com
Passionate about teaching study skills and learning across all subjects!
I’ve had just over two years experience tutoring. I am currently an A* a-level student in subjects biology, chemistry, Spanish and philosophy/religious studies. I achieved all grade 9s in these subjects at GCSE as well as physics, geography, maths and both English literature and language. I have a great passion for both teaching and learning, and have found that it can be a rewarding process for everyone involved. I am a firm believer that 99% of achieving high grades is perfecting study skills which is exactly why this is the unique approach I choose to take with my tutoring lessons. Please do not hes i state to contact me with price negotiations, I am very flexible :) Gmail: chanelasumda
A supportive and engaging tutor with an aim for success
Hi! My name is Sohini, a friendly and helpful tutor currently studying Maths at the LSE because of how much I love the subject and teaching it, so I would say that I major in Maths. Nevertheless, I have always enjoyed learning and teaching languages to others, in particular Spanish, French and Bengali. To quickly describe myself, I am 21-years old and have worked as a tutor for approximately 5 years now. From my experiences, I have picked up new and creative ways to make education as enjoyable and enlightening as possible. For a short time, I did also work as a fundraiser for multiple charities which enhanced my optimism and made me more confident with my abilities. In short, I don't give up. I consistently try to improve the development of my students so that they are satisfied with their quality of education and level of confidence. I have experience working at homes, schools and tutoring centres, and I have mostly worked with those aged between 5 and 17, both while employed and while volunteering. However, I have never limited myself to a particular age when it comes to taking students - learning is for all ages! Finally, I am flexible, both in time and lesson rate, and quick to respond to messages for lessons so feel free to message me, even if you don't see the time slot you want. Last updated: 24/07/18
Love both science and humanities
Hi! My name is Diego and I am a third-year Physics and Philosophy spanish student at King’s College London Univeristy. I have been a tutor for several years - recently focusing on GCSE and A-level Maths, Physics and Spanish. I have always received very good feedback since I usually have a very good rapport with my students. I am very dedicated and always prepare my lessons ahead.
Cambridge-educated Languages tutor with ten years’ experience.
I am a Cambridge languages graduate offering tuition in English, French and Spanish. I have ten years’ tutoring experience and a lot of teaching experience, having spent my gap year in 2010 and my year abroad during my degree in 2013 working as an English language assistant in schools in France. I have also worked as an English language tutor for school age children and adult learners. From 2008 to 2010, I spent two years volunteering weekly at a primary school in Cheltenham, helping the children with their reading and literacy skills. As well as offering tuition in English, French and Spanish from primary school level up to the final year of A Levels, I can also offer a valuable insight into Oxbridge interviews or preparation for university entrance interviews. I am committed and determined, and confident that I can provide an interesting and useful learning experience which is tailored to the specific requirements of each student and which delivers results and value for money.
Passionate Teacher with mixed background experience
Hello! My name is Elia and I’m gonna be your tutor: teaching is my greatest passion and I’m lucky enough to be able to do it as my primary activity. I’m a native Italian but I’ve been travelling around to learn as many languages as possible. At the same time I’ve taken a degree in Graphic Design: at the moment I’m working as UI Design instructor for Red Academy London. I’m taking a second degree in Mathematics and Sciences as I’ve always been a science geek!
Graduate from Imperial College London and seasoned tutor
I'm a dedicated tutor with over 4 years full-time tutoring experience. I am a qualified teacher, having completed a PGCE (Postgraduate Certificate in Education) at the University of Warwick. I also graduated from Imperial College London with a BSc in Biomedical Sciences. At school I always made it a point to try and clarify any doubts I had in lessons, no matter how many times I had to raise my hand! I believe this approach was very valuable to me and helped me to achieve 11 A* grades at GCSE level. Because of this, I'm always happy to answer questions that tutees have and to go over a new concept in different ways until he/she is satisfied with it. I thoroughly enjoy working with children and young people and helping them make progress and gain confidence.
Spanish Tutor and Screen Acting Coach & Drama tutor
From Mexico. Based in North London. The 3rd of 5 children (which says a lot about me). My approach: communication! Listen to the student's needs and find the best way to explain it SPECIFICALLY for the student in question. Bachelor's Degree in Communication and Filmmaking (Universidsd Anáhuac, México) Bachelor's Degree in Drama and Screen Acting (CEA Televisa Networks, Mexico). TA for CEA Televisa Networks Tutor for 2 years and counting. STORYTELLER!!!
Teaching has always been my greatest passion. I have done so for 25 years.
I have dedicated my teaching career to ensuring that all students achieve and progress while gaining a love or at very least seeing the benefits of acquiring new knowledge. Coaching, delivery of training as well as the recognition that the student is at the centre of everything that we do while maintaining a robust self-evaluation of teaching and learning all played a significant part in ensuring that the progress of all students have been consistently outstanding over the years. As a teacher of English Language and English Literature, I devise and deliver lessons for national qualifications, preparing students and contributing significantly to enabling continually outstanding teaching and learning practice. In the last 3 years, I have consistently attained an average 94% grades 9- 4 for students. Throughout my teaching career, I have taught classes across a wide ability range and have been formally commended for the fact that my lessons are well-planned and appropriate to individual learning styles of each group. I adapt a “person-centred” approach to teaching, facilitating rages of learning styles in a calm working environment. As an experienced teacher, tutor and formerly a Deputy Curriculum Leader of English, my strengths and experience include: • Successfully mentored and coached NQTs/ Teach First teachers/ Graduate Teacher Trainees/ Overseas Trained Teachers. This involved creating a sense of trust to ensure that a personalised action plan for improvement is accurate and fit for purpose. It is also important to ensure that I was seen as approachable and willing to model good teaching and learning strategies in a variety of contexts. • Keeping abreast of the latest developments in Education to inform planning and decision making. This is particularly relevant to the current situation of change regarding “life after levels” and GCSE reforms to mention a few. Bearing this in mind, I have ensured that I can be resilient in being able to adapt and respond positively to change while ensuring that my students’ learning is not negatively influenced. • Effective use of Data analysis/ Interventions (marginal gains) for maximum impact. This involved providing training for all how to use data effectively to ensure good progress and attainment within my department. • Supported other KS3 leaders within and outside, modelled the design of an effective Department Handbook, Current Standards analysis and reports on Exams Analysis. • Master Classes and in service training for targeted groups of students and staff in a range of areas. • Modelled good practice (giving lesson feedback under the new framework/ effective coaching/ effective questioning/ Team Teaching). • Being accountable and holding staff in the department to account for under-achievement of students. • Monitor and support the overall progress and development of students within the area of responsibility. • Monitor student attendance together with their progress and performance in relation to targets set for each individual ensuring that follow-up procedures are adhered to and that appropriate action is taken where necessary.
Passionate and experienced in helping others get into vet school.
Just finished my 6 year veterinary degree and am looking to teach science and languages. I would be particularly open to sessions specific to applying for veterinary medicine; I have worked in the RVC's admissions department and represent them as a Student Ambassador for 6 years. This has involved interviewing students in the MMIs when they apply to vet school, going to careers fairs, speaking at schools,running open days and working at summer schools for vet students looking to apply to the RVC. I have done extensive work with the outreach team, which involved involving students from diverse backgrounds with the RVC and giving them the application help that herhaps their school was unable to provide. As such, I have extensive insight into the best methods for securing a place, whatever your background. I was offered 3 out of my 4 vet school choices: RVC, Glasgow and Liverpool and also had a Nottingham interview. I have connections at Bristol, Liverpool and Edinburgh vet schools, therefore a good insight into how they compare. I have some time off before starting a job as a vet, so was looking to put my knowledge and experience to use for a few months to help others who were in my position. My mother is french and I am naturally a linguist, therefore am as qualified to teach languages as I am to teach science/ veterinary medicine.
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.
1st year Cambridge student offering tutoring online
I am currently a student at Trinity College, Cambridge, reading Modern and Medieval Languages (French and Spanish). In 2019, I passed my A Levels with 3A*s in French, Latin, and Spanish, and I have 12 GCSEs (9A* and 3A). I also hold ARSM Diplomas with Distinction in Singing and Flute performance, and Grade 8 Piano with distinction. I have experience as a tutor and teaching assistant, having spent my gap year as a teaching assistant for French, Latin and Music in a London prep school, and having run a Spanish club in a local primary school and French revision clinics for younger students whilst still studying at school. I am offering 1 to 1 tutoring for French, Latin and Spanish (up to A Level standard), Ancient Greek (up to GCSE standard), English and Maths (primary school/Common Entrance standard), and music lessons tailored to your needs, whether it is as a beginner or working for a specific exam (up to GCSE). Our sessions will be based around how you want to improve, whether that is grammar, speaking (in the case of French or Spanish), writing, translation, or technique wise (for music). I can also give help with exam technique, revising techniques, and higher education advice. My most recent student has gained the highest grade for Common Entrance Latin at the school he applied to, and I look forward to helping you gain equal success.
Passionate tutor who is ready to teach!
Currently studying at University College London. Strong believer of tailored tutoring - every student learns best differently, and it is my job to help them figure out how and adapt my teaching accordingly. I personally view being a tutor as being similar to a mentor, and hope to work with the student to develop skills that not only allow them to conquer specific academic subjects, but which can prove advantageous in many other areas. Ultimately, I strive to bring out the absolute best in my student.
Highly experienced GCSE/A-level biology & chemistry tutor here to help you! 🙂🧬
I am an enthusiastic science tutor for all levels (KS2-A-level). I have a BSc in biology and chemistry, an MSc in biotechnology, and am a PhD student in microbiology. I love science and I enjoy helping others feel the same way. I know what it feels like to feel confused on a difficult subject in science. Let’s work though these concepts together! I will help you get your desired marks on your exams!
Languages are thrilling to me, I can’t wait to encourage enjoyment in my pupils!
I’m 17 years old and have always enjoyed the study of English and Spanish. I previously studied at the American Embassy School in New Delhi, India (I lived there for almost 4 years). This incredible opportunity provided me with an outstanding academic education and also an understanding of varying cultures. While excelling in English, I was studying Spanish a year advanced. I returned to London to study A Levels (English, Spanish, Geography) at the Camden School for Girls. I create a friendly, comfortable environment while teaching. I hold a good relationship with the pupils very highly. I believe tutoring is crucial especially during these times; improving and strengthening previous skills while in isolation will help pass the time and keep students on the ball.
As a native speaker of Spanish with a background in marketing, I can help with your Spanish language needs at all levels. I can communicate very fluently in English and I work as an interpreter for the public sector (community interpreter) all across London. Just get in touch to let me know how can I help. ¡Hasta pronto!
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!
Experienced Spanish and English tutor here to help you!
Hi! My name is Maria, a Spanish native speaker and a friendly tutor. I have experienced in tutoring Spanish and English to students of all ages. Forget about boring lessons! Mines are fun, challenging and full of variety. I’m passionate about learning and also teaching languages, which I think it’s amazing to get closer to other cultures :)
Enthusiastic & Experienced Tutor Studying Economics at LSE
I believe the most important things when learning are a steady pace and understanding what style works for you as an individual. I have over a year of tutoring experience, working as an academic mentor in my final year of college and as a teacher of Spanish at a local school. Achieving 4A*s for my A-Levels (Maths, Further Maths, Economics, Spanish) and 11A*s for my GCSEs, despite being in lower sets, I believe top grades are attainable by all students. Patience and perseverance are at the forefront of my teaching style and I always strive to promote a comfortable environment in which questions of any sort are always welcome :)
Young tutor eager to help fellow students
I finished sixth form this year at the Petchey Academy. I have been tutoring privately for the past two years since I left secondary, with my student making excellent progress since. I’m eager to take on more students. I am effective at teaching ks3 Maths and English and deploy a range of methods and revision strategies to help students engage with the subject. I can provide that support which can ease the transitioning period into secondary school. As I’m still in the education system I am up to date with newer curriculums and content and so can guide and teach more effectively. I also teach ks3/GCSE Spanish. I see it as a subject where students can do well as it’s very expressive. Regardless of your current attainment level, Spanish can always be improved. A key component to succeeding in school life is being organised. I have experience in creating timetables and strategies which can be implemented to ensure there is less complacency.
The high-school knowledge is still very fresh for me, so I can easily guide you through it
My name is Sofia and I am a student at King's College London. I have completed my IB with 42 points - Higher Level Subjects Grades (out of 7) : Film (7) , History (6) , English Language and Literature (7) Standard Level grades (out of 7) : Nature of Science (7), Math Application and Interpretation( 6), Spanish B (7) All of the material that is being taught at high-school is still very fresh to me , so I can easily help navigate student with passing their subjects , concentrating of various techniques of efficient learning. I can give various tips for the exam preparations , courseworks , essay-writing and homework in general. During school years, I've been a Global Goals Ambassador , Unicef Club member , I took part in various charity projects , so I know how to communicate educational material well. I am always eager to help students ease their learning as I understand the struggles and could give personal advice based on my experience or the experience of my classmates. Every person needs an individual approach , so I will do my best to help the student feel comfortable with studies