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I have tutored in mathematics since I was studying my GCSE's. At the time it was the way I revised. Now it's a way to reconnect with my favourite subject and pass along my knowledge. I love maths, and I want to share this with those that need my help. I have found that sometimes, when one is learning maths in school, they find it frustrating, boring or dull because the teacher isn't teaching them individually, to their learning style, so they don't understand it. They give up. I want to help students find the fun in maths, or at least help them understand it. In class, there is no time to ask why numbers act in a certain way, it's all about memorising the rules. But sometimes, people don't learn it that way or can't remember it that way. I've always asked the 'why' which means I can explain it when a student needs it. With each person I've tutored, I've done it slightly differently. Not everyone has the same learning styles. Some students can't concentrate for too long, one of the students I had was like this. I broke the lesson up, gave them a game, talked about something irrelevant, just to give them a break so that they can work more effectively. Another student was really enthusiastic, we would work for 2 hours non-stop. She learnt through diagrams and colours, so I spent a little extra time getting her to note it down in a way she would remember, or I would explain with different colour pens and highlighters. Other students just wanted different explanations to things. I like to cater to the student so they get the most out of the lesson. And if there is something even I don't understand fully, I go away and learn it, understand it, so I can teach it properly in the next lesson.

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I am a dedicated and motivated tutor who puts the interests of her tutee's first and foremost. I am patient, listen to others and remain calm in challenging situations. I believe my love for the subject of maths and my desire to want to help others ensures that I provide the best service to my tutees. I have a degree from the University of Manchester in Mathematics and Management. I currently work in Risk Management for a global insurance company and use many areas of maths in my day to day job. I have a flexible, adaptive approach and am able to work with people of all ages. I have previous experience tutoring a range of ages including KS2, KS3 and university level. I work with my tutees to understand what their specific goals are. I adapt my tutoring approach and materials to individual's needs so that each experience is personal and to ensure tutoring objectives are met.

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A-Level Art tuition

Art is among the most rewarding subjects to study at A-Level, offering students the opportunity to not only develop their academic abilities, but also to grow as creative, confident and well-rounded individuals. A-level art study provides a blend of guided and team study with ample individual work where students must take initiative and develop their own creative voice. Students will discover a tantalizing array of new artistic techniques, materials, styles and methods. They will study a riveting array of artwork from different periods and cultures, analysing, critiquing, and unveiling the intricate relationship between Art and society. Students can cultivate critical skills, both theoretical and practical, placing them ahead of their peers, both academically and in terms of their chosen career paths.

“The purpose of art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls. - Pablo Picasso

Art is undoubtedly a top A-level for students to study in terms of both their academic and personal development. However, achieving a top grade in Art A-level is challenging and requires students to produce a vast quantity of top-quality work. Working with an experienced and enthusiastic private art tutor can make all the difference when it comes to those final A-level results. Specialist A-level Art tutors can assist students in every aspect of the course, from helping them to perfect their practical and technical artistic skills, to guiding their research and developing their analytical ability. With the support of a private Art tutor, students will develop their creativity and their confidence, hit every point on the specification, and emerge a rounded and successful A-level student.

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Tutor House work with the best art tutors in London and across the UK, ensuring that we can find the perfect private art tutor for each student. Unlike other tutor platforms, all Tutor House art tutors have tutoring experience, are qualified to at least degree level and have a full DBS check. We also personally interview each of our tutors to ensure they have the personality, passion and knowledge to deliver top quality art tuition.

We have specialist art tutors who specifically tutor A-level students and are experts in the syllabus for all the major exam boards. Whether a student is studying with AQA, Edexcel or OCR, we have art tutors specialising in every A-level course. Tutors will guide their student through the A-level course giving focused support with coursework and exam preparation that ensures they hit the specification dead-on and get the best grades possible. Aside from the course specifics, our tutors also tailor each session to suit the unique needs of each individual student. Taking into account learning style, level, personality and any areas a student is struggling with, their tutor will create a personalised learning plan that ensures they get the most out of each lesson.

Our tutors recognise that A-levels are a hectic time for students and can offer a range of study options to suit their budget and timetable. From face-to-face tuition to working with an art tutor online, your private art tutor will provide expert art tuition at a time that suits you. With Tutor House’s easy to use tutor platform, finding the perfect A-level tutor takes a matter of minutes. So, ensure your artistic success and find your perfect A-level art tutor with Tutor House today.

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A-Level Art Course Breakdown

At A-level, Art students will have periods of practical and theoretical skills development where their teachers introduce them to new artistic styles, materials, methods and ideas. These new skills will then be tested via the course assessments. In total there are four elements of the Art A-level assessment, two of which take place in the first year and two in the second year of A-level study. In both years students will be assessed via one extended coursework unit and one externally set exam assignment undertaken in controlled conditions.

Practical and theoretical skill development: For the first 6 weeks of the course, students will develop a variety of artistic skills as their teachers introduce them to a number of new materials and artistic methods. Students will also study a number of artists and artistic styles from different time periods and cultures, developing their knowledge and ability to critique art. Students can expect to undertake field trips to art galleries and to practice using a range of artistic materials and techniques. These skills are vital for the coursework and assessment aspects of the Art A-level and will continue to be developed throughout the duration of the course.
Coursework/Personal Project: For the A-level coursework components (also known as a Personal Project), students are required to devise and create a personal body of artistic coursework, or “portfolio”, including a 3000 word illustrated essay, extensive varieties and quantities of practical work, an culminating in a fully developed and polished Final Piece Project. The Final Piece project should demonstrate the pinnacle of the student's idea development, emerging from the research, material experimentation and nurturing of the student's original ideas.
Externally Set Exam: For the A-level externally set exam component the students will need to select one of 8 themes nationally published by the exam board on a set date. Students will then have a set period of time, usually three months, to research and develop their artistic response to their chosen theme before sitting a Times Test. The Timed Test consists of 10 or 15 hours (depending on the exam board) of practical work in exam conditions where students must create their creative and personal final art piece. The final piece will be marked along with the artistic investigation and research the student completed leading up to it and so should show a clear development of the student's ideas and their artistic skill as well as giving a personal response to the chosen theme.

Benefits of studying Art at A-Level

The study of non-traditional subjects, such as Art, at A-level has often been pitched at students as a waste of their time and energy. However, Art has huge application both academically and in a student's real life. Studying Art at A-level helps students to develop a number of key skills as well as enhancing their creativity, independence and confidence. Equally, Art A-levels have a strong academic element with students expected to research, study, critique and analyse artwork at a high level. The skills and knowledge accrued during an Art A-level make students prime candidates for a number of top University courses, both those directly related to Art and those which are linked to the sciences or humanities. Equally, an Art A-level puts students in good stead to join the workforce having acquired practical abilities and a knowledge base that makes them highly desirable employees either immediately after college or post their degree studies.

Skills - Art A-level courses give students the structure to develop a huge variety of skills and breadth of knowledge. Through the analysis of artwork from all over the world and across multiple time periods, students will develop a deep appreciation of Art’s relationship to culture and society. Something of a side effect is that students will also deepen their understanding of cultural, sociological, historical and geographical topics, resulting in a broad and nuanced knowledge base.

An A-Level in art not only allows students to develop high-level practical artistic skills across a range of mediums, including sketching painting, sculpture and graphic design, they will also cultivate a myriad of highly coveted transferable skills. The coursework element of the syllabus requires students to demonstrate initiative and work independently to a strict schedule, cultivating their time management and organisational skills in the process. A student’s creative and analytical thinking improve dramatically while studying A-level art as does their capacity for problem-solving and ability to clearly communicate both through writing and visual mediums.

Studying Art at A-level also demonstrates to Universities and prospective employers that you are multi-skilled. While most students will have one area where they excel in, the nature of Art A-levels requires students to have multiple skills in both the theoretical and practical spheres. This makes Art students stand out from other candidates, broadening their appeal in both higher education and employment.
University - A top A-level Art qualification can lead to a whole range of foundation and degree course opportunities. Students looking to continue with their Art studies can specialise with a foundation and degree course in subjects such as Art History, Art and Design, Fine Art, Architecture or Graphic Design. Students who are looking to take other subjects, ranging from History to Law, can also find that a top grade in A-level Art along with their other A-level choices puts them ahead of their peers when it comes to University places.

Top universities to study an Art degree:
  • University College London
  • Newcastle University
  • University of Oxford
  • Oxford Brookes University
  • University of Leeds
  • Careers - Studying Art at A-level opens up a wealth of opportunities for students both immediately after A-levels and if they decide to continue studying art or a related degree at University. With the explosion of internet services, the demand for individuals skilled in artistic areas such as graphic design and digital illustration is opening vast and lucrative artistic avenues. Even in career paths seemingly unrelated to Art the skills acquired during the A-level course will prove valuable. A-level Art enables students to arrange, present and display information, ideas and materials in visually powerful ways. The various skills, such as time management, creativity and critical thinking developed during the study of Art at A-level are also highly attractive to a range of employers. Most obviously, an Art A-level or degree is vital in giving students the skills, knowledge and qualification necessary to pursue a career in the Arts. From set designers for TV and film to architects, fashion designers to art-lecturers, there are hundreds of esteemed, rewarding and high-paying employment options for students who thrive on an A-level Art course.

    Top Careers for students with an Art A-level or related degree include:
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  • Museum/Art Gallery Curator
  • Art Therapist
  • Lecturer/professor
  • Teacher
  • Illustrator
  • Auctioneer/Art valuer
  • Conservator
  • Props maker/set designer for theatre, TV or Film
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  • Graphic Designer
  • Interior Designer
  • Architect
  • Photographer
  • Cameraman
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    A-Level Art tuition

    Art is among the most rewarding subjects to study at A-Level, offering students the opportunity to not only develop their academic abilities, but also to grow as creative, confident and well-rounded individuals. A-level art study provides a blend of guided and team study with ample individual work where students must take initiative and develop their own creative voice. Students will discover a tantalizing array of new artistic techniques, materials, styles and methods. They will study a riveting array of artwork from different periods and cultures, analysing, critiquing, and unveiling the intricate relationship between Art and society. Students can cultivate critical skills, both theoretical and practical, placing them ahead of their peers, both academically and in terms of their chosen career paths.

    “The purpose of art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls. - Pablo Picasso

    Art is undoubtedly a top A-level for students to study in terms of both their academic and personal development. However, achieving a top grade in Art A-level is challenging and requires students to produce a vast quantity of top-quality work. Working with an experienced and enthusiastic private art tutor can make all the difference when it comes to those final A-level results. Specialist A-level Art tutors can assist students in every aspect of the course, from helping them to perfect their practical and technical artistic skills, to guiding their research and developing their analytical ability. With the support of a private Art tutor, students will develop their creativity and their confidence, hit every point on the specification, and emerge a rounded and successful A-level student.

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    Tutor House work with the best art tutors in London and across the UK, ensuring that we can find the perfect private art tutor for each student. Unlike other tutor platforms, all Tutor House art tutors have tutoring experience, are qualified to at least degree level and have a full DBS check. We also personally interview each of our tutors to ensure they have the personality, passion and knowledge to deliver top quality art tuition.

    We have specialist art tutors who specifically tutor A-level students and are experts in the syllabus for all the major exam boards. Whether a student is studying with AQA, Edexcel or OCR, we have art tutors specialising in every A-level course. Tutors will guide their student through the A-level course giving focused support with coursework and exam preparation that ensures they hit the specification dead-on and get the best grades possible. Aside from the course specifics, our tutors also tailor each session to suit the unique needs of each individual student. Taking into account learning style, level, personality and any areas a student is struggling with, their tutor will create a personalised learning plan that ensures they get the most out of each lesson.

    Our tutors recognise that A-levels are a hectic time for students and can offer a range of study options to suit their budget and timetable. From face-to-face tuition to working with an art tutor online, your private art tutor will provide expert art tuition at a time that suits you. With Tutor House’s easy to use tutor platform, finding the perfect A-level tutor takes a matter of minutes. So, ensure your artistic success and find your perfect A-level art tutor with Tutor House today.

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    Once you know you want a private Art tutor, the next question is “How do I find a private A-level Art tutor near me?”. Luckily Tutor House have the answer. Boycott all that pointless Googling of “Art tutor London” and simply enter a few pieces of information, such as postcode, into out tutor search platform. Our smart algorithm will hunt down the best private Art tutors in your local area that meet your specific criteria. Once we've narrowed it down to the cream of the crop, you can peruse the top tutor platforms and find your perfect tutor match. So, to find your perfect private Art A-level tutor, follow these simple steps:

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    A-Level Art Course Breakdown

    At A-level, Art students will have periods of practical and theoretical skills development where their teachers introduce them to new artistic styles, materials, methods and ideas. These new skills will then be tested via the course assessments. In total there are four elements of the Art A-level assessment, two of which take place in the first year and two in the second year of A-level study. In both years students will be assessed via one extended coursework unit and one externally set exam assignment undertaken in controlled conditions.

    Practical and theoretical skill development: For the first 6 weeks of the course, students will develop a variety of artistic skills as their teachers introduce them to a number of new materials and artistic methods. Students will also study a number of artists and artistic styles from different time periods and cultures, developing their knowledge and ability to critique art. Students can expect to undertake field trips to art galleries and to practice using a range of artistic materials and techniques. These skills are vital for the coursework and assessment aspects of the Art A-level and will continue to be developed throughout the duration of the course.
    Coursework/Personal Project: For the A-level coursework components (also known as a Personal Project), students are required to devise and create a personal body of artistic coursework, or “portfolio”, including a 3000 word illustrated essay, extensive varieties and quantities of practical work, an culminating in a fully developed and polished Final Piece Project. The Final Piece project should demonstrate the pinnacle of the student's idea development, emerging from the research, material experimentation and nurturing of the student's original ideas.
    Externally Set Exam: For the A-level externally set exam component the students will need to select one of 8 themes nationally published by the exam board on a set date. Students will then have a set period of time, usually three months, to research and develop their artistic response to their chosen theme before sitting a Times Test. The Timed Test consists of 10 or 15 hours (depending on the exam board) of practical work in exam conditions where students must create their creative and personal final art piece. The final piece will be marked along with the artistic investigation and research the student completed leading up to it and so should show a clear development of the student's ideas and their artistic skill as well as giving a personal response to the chosen theme.

    Benefits of studying Art at A-Level

    The study of non-traditional subjects, such as Art, at A-level has often been pitched at students as a waste of their time and energy. However, Art has huge application both academically and in a student's real life. Studying Art at A-level helps students to develop a number of key skills as well as enhancing their creativity, independence and confidence. Equally, Art A-levels have a strong academic element with students expected to research, study, critique and analyse artwork at a high level. The skills and knowledge accrued during an Art A-level make students prime candidates for a number of top University courses, both those directly related to Art and those which are linked to the sciences or humanities. Equally, an Art A-level puts students in good stead to join the workforce having acquired practical abilities and a knowledge base that makes them highly desirable employees either immediately after college or post their degree studies.

    Practical and theoretical skill development: For the first 6 weeks of the course, students will develop a variety of artistic skills as their teachers introduce them to a number of new materials and artistic methods. Students will also study a number of artists and artistic styles from different time periods and cultures, developing their knowledge and ability to critique art. Students can expect to undertake field trips to art galleries and to practice using a range of artistic materials and techniques. These skills are vital for the coursework and assessment aspects of the Art A-level and will continue to be developed throughout the duration of the course.
    Coursework/Personal Project: For the A-level coursework components (also known as a Personal Project), students are required to devise and create a personal body of artistic coursework, or “portfolio”, including a 3000 word illustrated essay, extensive varieties and quantities of practical work, an culminating in a fully developed and polished Final Piece Project. The Final Piece project should demonstrate the pinnacle of the student's idea development, emerging from the research, material experimentation and nurturing of the student's original ideas.
    Externally Set Exam: For the A-level externally set exam component the students will need to select one of 8 themes nationally published by the exam board on a set date. Students will then have a set period of time, usually three months, to research and develop their artistic response to their chosen theme before sitting a Times Test. The Timed Test consists of 10 or 15 hours (depending on the exam board) of practical work in exam conditions where students must create their creative and personal final art piece. The final piece will be marked along with the artistic investigation and research the student completed leading up to it and so should show a clear development of the student's ideas and their artistic skill as well as giving a personal response to the chosen theme.

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