Find a top tutor in Woolwich, today
From one end of South Circular Road 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 Woolwich.
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 Woolwich, 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.
Hi, I’m Anton! I am in my first year at Imperial College studying Medical Biosciences. Prior to this I studied Biology, Chemistry and Economics at higher level in the IB. I have experience teaching English at a primary school for one year. My lessons are very much driven by the student: my main goal is to fill in the gaps in the student’s knowledge, clear up any confusion about the topic and reinforce new concepts. Students are always encouraged to ask questions and not feel embarrassed about not understanding something. I am flexible to teach in different ways according to how the student learns best.
I am a qualified, experienced secondary English teacher with seventeen years of experience. I have a PGCE and a Master’s degree in leadership. I have taught in a range of secondary schools both in and outside of London and most recently, in an international school in Bangkok. My expertise is in teaching the IB Diploma (Language and Literature A), however, I have much experience of teaching English Language and Literature GCSE and IGCSE; A Level Language and A Level Literature. I also have a TEFL qualification and have taught English as a second language to non-native speakers. Additionally, I am an examiner for the IB Diploma and I am skilled at preparing students for exams. I’m passionate about my subject and my core belief is that everyone can achieve! I have a successful track record of enabling my students to achieve their potential and many years of experience in preparing students for exams. I believe that success is borne out of developing a growth mindset. My style is very much one of encouragement and support with an aim to building self-confidence and self-belief in my students. I'm an avid reader and I enjoy the Arts, especially theatre and music. I love to travel and explore new places and I'm fascinated by other cultures and traditions. In my free time, I enjoy walking and running and most of all, spending time with my friends and family.
I am a native Arabic language tutor with over 20 years’ experience teaching Arabic from absolute beginners to GCSE level. I teach adults and children: individually in person; in small groups; or through distance learning (Skype). In addition, I worked since 1998 as an Arabic Language Tutor at several Adult Education Colleges in the UK. I apply modern teaching techniques, which make the learning process appealing and enjoyable at each lesson. I have a huge wealth of experience in teaching Arabic to Adults and Children in the UK over a period of nearly 25 years. I started teaching Arabic to children privately (individually and in small groups) in the UK since 1992. I then extended my offering, by teaching adults in one of the Adult Community Colleges in the North of England. I then moved to London, and taught two courses of Arabic at Brent Adult Education Services from 1999 to 2001. During that period, I also completed my basic teaching training at Stanmore College in1999. I then moved to Sussex and restarted in 2008 my Arabic teaching at West Sussex Adult Education Services (currently called Aspire Sussex Ltd). I continue to teach there until March 2017. My wealth of experience in teaching Arabic is manifested by the following: 1) I use a wide range and varied teaching materials: books; dialogues; MP3 sound files; card games; CDs; computer games; videos; and worksheets. All of these are at different levels – from absolute beginners to advanced learners. I have created and developed some of these materials, while I have carefully selected the others to suit my teaching at different levels. 2) I plan and develop suitable materials to teach individual students, according to their abilities and understanding. I don’t just follow one or two text books, or a computer program to teach the language. I create a session plan for each individual lesson, and when I teach a small group of students, I use suitable differentiation methods to cover the different needs of the students. For example, I currently teach two young children (brothers) at different ages and one of them has a disability, so my teaching materials are different to suit each of them, in order to keep both of them enjoy and benefit from the lessons. 3) Teaching students with different abilities and backgrounds, as well as disabled students. For example, I taught a partially blind adult student, as part of a large group, and then individually. She enjoyed the lessons and continued learning Arabic. My students are at different ages; different professions; different backgrounds; and with different objectives to learn Arabic. I currently teach teenagers at GCSE level; several male and female adults (different professions). 4) I also teach at different levels. For beginners, I teach them the Arabic letters (pronunciation and writing) and communication skills in different day-to-day topics such as buying food and asking for directions. For the more advanced adult learners, I prepare them to be able to read, listen and understand the news in Arabic as well as reading stories, and debating topics. This gives them a good foundation if they want to work in Arabic speaking countries; work with NGOs where Arabic is required; and conducting business in the Arab world.
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Tutor House strives to help each of our students achieve academic success in any level and subject they are in. We are a convenient, safe and transparent organisation that helps you find a tutor you can trust.
Common Entrance tutors in Woolwich
If you’re looking for an experienced, professional and qualified common entrance tuition in Woolwich, we’re able to help you. Whether you’re aiming to get into a south-east-London-based school, such as Dulwich College, all of our tutors have succeeded in getting their students into the secondary school of their choice.
Our tutors in Woolwich can aid in all aspects of the common entrance exams, from English and maths, to verbal and non-verbal reasoning, as well as any additional topics. If you want to find a tutor that will boost confidence, and provide interview practice or extra mentorship, Tutor House’s tutors are right for you.
GCSE and IGCSE tutors in Woolwich
Tutor House’s GCSE tutors in Woolwich work with students to ensure that they feel comfortable with their GCSE subjects prior to exam day. Whether you’re struggling with the three core subjects of English, Maths or Science, or require help with an additional subject like Psychology, our professional DBS-checked tutors are all passionate about their subjects.
We understand the necessity of maintaining great GCSE grades to get in good stead for A-Level subjects. With so many topics to cover, we realize that stress levels may run high. 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 Woolwich
If you’re looking for a qualified and professional A-Level tutor in Woolwich, Tutor House is on hand to help. We understand the stress that follows working towards excellent A-Level grades to get into your chosen university. Therefore, we only employ exceptional 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 will also work with you in a mentor-like capacity to ensure you learn skills that will follow you through to higher education.