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From one end of Coldharbour Lane to the other, our professional tutors are dotted across south east London. Wherever you’re based, Tutor House’s friendly tutors can come to you anywhere in Brixton.
All of our tutors are DBS-checked, degree-educated and happy to help, either in person or online. If you’re looking to find a tutor in Brixton, our team can work with you to find the perfect match. We have more than 2,500 tutors on our database, all of whom have been met by us.
I have a Physics BSc from the University of Leeds. During my time there, I studied advanced mathematics and completed a six month teaching assistant module partnered with University Academy Keighley. I believe in teaching a deeper understanding of the subject rather than getting students to memorise formulas. This process enables students to reason their way to an answer, even if they have not studied it. Having a wider knowledge and deep comprehension of the building blocks of our scientific world help to increase insight into physics and other subjects. I want to help students get great grades, but also inspire passion in an incredibly rich topic. I have a Masters in Theatre from RADA (Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts). I currently work as a professional theatre director and I have 4 years experience as a screen acting coach. My experience in drama has made me a keen communicator. I can offer presenting in different styles in order to best relay a point clearly.
Fully qualified Teacher (PGCE) with a First Class Honour Bachelor of Arts degree in Fine Art. I have been teaching for just over 3 years now. I spent my first year teaching a BTEC Art qualification at Level 1,2 and 3. This year was in a college setting, working with young adults and teenagers to build their portfolios and knowledge base of Art. Encouraging them to explore, test, investigate and make mistakes in their work to help expand their confidence and sophistication in their Artwork. The second two years have been in an Offender Learning setting, where the key objective whilst teaching Art were focused on cultivating self-belief, expression and confidence. Working in this setting has aloud me the experience of tutoring people with a range of challenges and from diverse backgrounds, from mild learning difficulties, mental health issues, personal issues and cultural barriers. My non-judgemental approach, patient and resilience has really helped with the progression of my students development. I have studied a variety of subjects over the years from GCSE level to Post-graduate degree, I am happy and interested to tutor and support the development of a range of subjects that I have experience in. In addition to being an academic teacher, I am also a fully qualified Yoga teacher and hold regular classes for adults, teenagers and children. I am passionate about helping individuals grow. I believe to be a successful tutor you need to know your students well, see everyone as individuals, by gaining an understanding of their interests, fears, obstacles, dreams, motivations and personality traits. A lot of the current education system assumes everyone should fit into the same square peg hole, not allowing space to develop people on an individual level, leaving many feeling low, deflated, unsuccessful and stuck. If this is the case, I will work hard to uncover those challenges and barriers, finding out what is holding the student back from realising their full potential. I believe everyone should have the opportunity to do their best and be proud of their achievements. I have an encouraging, friendly and supportive approach to tutoring, offering regular positive praise and constructive feedback to help support the development and progress of my students. I am proud to share that I encouraged several of my students last year to enter an Art competition: The Koestler Awards. This is a charity that supports the Arts within the probation services, secure units and prisons over the UK. They hold an Art competition every year. Last year they had thousands of entrants and three of my students won Gold and Platinum awards for the categories of drawing, portraits, calligraphy and watercolour. This was such a huge achievements for those individuals who had never achieved a qualification at school, never mind winning an award from a national competition! Everyone has the potential to do wonderful things and no one should feel stuck. I want to help people realise their full potential and help them along their path. Whether that is helping with a difficult topic, overcoming an obstacle, or maybe it is to develop those final last skills to really give their grades a boost to reflect their hard-work, dedication and efforts.
Hello everyone, I am Carlotta and I am originally from Italy. I have been living in Uk since 2013 and I have studied to become an English teacher at the West Thames College in Isleworth. The Cambridge qualification I have studied for is called CELTA ( Certificate to teach English as a Foreign Language to Adults). I intend to spend several years teaching in the immediate future and once I have gained a few years of teaching with CELTA methodology, I may take the Cambridge DELTA course too, as it is widely recognised for its in-depth practical focus on teaching. In addition I offer to teach Italian as well (as it is my first language).
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Tutor House’s goal is to allow students to thrive in any academic level and subject they are in. We are a convenient, safe and transparent organisation where you and your child can find a tutor that suits you.
Common Entrance tutors in Brixton
Are you looking for an experienced and qualified common entrance tuition in Brixton? We’re ready to help. Whether you’re looking to get into a south-east-London-based school, such as Dulwich College, all of our tutors have succeeded in getting their pupils into the secondary school of their choice.
Our tutors in Brixton specialise in all aspects of the common entrance exams, from English and maths, to verbal and non-verbal reasoning, as well as supplementary topics. For Tutor House’s tutors, the motive is making sure the student feels confident in their abilities, as well as offering them any interview practice and extra mentorship they may need.
GCSE tutors in Brixton
Tutor House’s GCSE tutors in Brixton work with students to guarantee that they feel comfortable with their GCSE subjects before the exam day comes. Whether you’re struggling with the three core subjects of English, Maths or Science, or require help with a language or creative subject, our professional and attentive tutors all have a passion for teaching their subject.
We understand the importance of receiving great GCSE grades to get in good stead for A-Level subjects. With countless topics to cover, we realize that it may get quite stressful. All of our tutors work with a number of GCSE students preparing for their exams, teaching exam technique, content and revision methods. These help improve student’s GCSE results, and also provides them with techniques they can utilise for A-Levels too.
A-Level tutors in Brixton
Are you looking for a qualified and professional A-Level tutor in Brixton? Tutor House can help. We realize that working towards excellent A-Level grades to get into the university of your choice can be stressful. Therefore, we only employ quality degree-educated tutors to ensure A-Level success.
The international student market and expectations on young people to attend university have made getting into first-choice universities like London South Bank University extremely competitive. Therefore, our tutors will work with you to revise content and learn exam techniques. They are also skilled in assisting with writing personal statements and essay strategizing. Our tutors will work with you in a mentor-like capacity to ensure you learn skills that will follow you through to higher education.