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Cathy J

£50/hour

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34 years

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I am a fully qualified Maths teacher. I have 22 years experience as a private Maths tutor, teaching all ages from Primary to adult, with the major focus on GCSEs. All of the students I taught passed their GCSEs successfully. I have also taught for 10 years in a large Pupil Referral Unit in Lewisham. For the first 3 years, I worked exclusively with SEN students, which I loved. It is so satisfying being able to instil a love of Maths into previously disengaged students. These students had a wide range of needs ( complex social and emotional needs, ADHD, Asperger's and Autism). For the next 3 years, I taught Maths to Years 7-9 students. These students had a wide range of abilities. After this, I taught GCSE students (Years 9-12) and I had a very highly successful pass rate. Throughout my teaching career, I had 1-1 sessions with students who either needed extra help or who were preparing for exam deadlines. I am passionate about making Maths understandable and fun, so that students who came to me with disinterest and dislike of the subject were able to come to the point where they understood the subject and felt able to succeed. I have taught the full spectrum of ability, from those who could barely succeed in the most basic functions, to those who needed to be challenged to higher accomplishments. I am very familiar with the new Foundation Curriculum and would prefer to teach this as opposed to the Higher Curriculum. I retired from full-time teaching 3 years ago and since then have taught as a supply teacher in a London primary school, having two groups (one of top achievers, who were ahead of most of their classmates ) and one of students who were considered to have behavioural difficulties and were low achievers. I have also taught GCSE Foundation Maths privately in this time (both Edexcel and AQA exam boards). For me, my key to teaching successfully is to build a relationship with the student based on mutual trust and respect and a high level of communication. I also like to ensure that each student is given the time to fully understand a subject before moving to the next. Lastly, I like the students to enjoy themselves!

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Cathy J

£50/hour

New

34 years

Approved Teacher

I am a fully qualified Maths teacher. I have 22 years experience as a private Maths tutor, teaching all ages from Primary to adult, with the major focus on GCSEs. All of the students I taught passed their GCSEs successfully. I have also taught for 10 years in a large Pupil Referral Unit in Lewisham. For the first 3 years, I worked exclusively with SEN students, which I loved. It is so satisfying being able to instil a love of Maths into previously disengaged students. These students had a wide range of needs ( complex social and emotional needs, ADHD, Asperger's and Autism). For the next 3 years, I taught Maths to Years 7-9 students. These students had a wide range of abilities. After this, I taught GCSE students (Years 9-12) and I had a very highly successful pass rate. Throughout my teaching career, I had 1-1 sessions with students who either needed extra help or who were preparing for exam deadlines. I am passionate about making Maths understandable and fun, so that students who came to me with disinterest and dislike of the subject were able to come to the point where they understood the subject and felt able to succeed. I have taught the full spectrum of ability, from those who could barely succeed in the most basic functions, to those who needed to be challenged to higher accomplishments. I am very familiar with the new Foundation Curriculum and would prefer to teach this as opposed to the Higher Curriculum. I retired from full-time teaching 3 years ago and since then have taught as a supply teacher in a London primary school, having two groups (one of top achievers, who were ahead of most of their classmates ) and one of students who were considered to have behavioural difficulties and were low achievers. I have also taught GCSE Foundation Maths privately in this time (both Edexcel and AQA exam boards). For me, my key to teaching successfully is to build a relationship with the student based on mutual trust and respect and a high level of communication. I also like to ensure that each student is given the time to fully understand a subject before moving to the next. Lastly, I like the students to enjoy themselves!

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Sean P

£30/hour

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10 years

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I have spent the last 3 years working as a teacher at various schools in London and in Colombia where I lived for 2 years. I am most qualified to teach English as a foreign language which is what I taught in Colombia but I am also very keen to teach more of the Spanish that I learned in the last 2 years which I am confident doing up to A-level. From the age of 16 I began to tutor GCSE maths and physics to students in my local area and since then I have never ceased to both enjoy and find tutoring immensely rewarding. I have experience teaching private tutor groups of up to three, one to one as well as whole class groups at school. I have taught ages from as young as 3 years old to all adult ages. Mathematics is the subject that I have tutored the most over the years as I taught it throughout my studies at university. It is also a subject that I greatly enjoy teaching as it is easy to see the results of my students progress. During 2018 I worked tutoring English online or 2 different international companies, which worked more or less in a Skype format with various other well thought out interactive functions alongside this. Regularly conversing with people from all corners of the globe has been both fascinating and challenging and has expanded my world view. Above all I am just a friendly, fun young man who loves working in a professional world where I constantly get to meet, converse and learn from new people. While I'm very dedicated and hard-working when it comes to my students it is of the upmost importance to me to create a fun and relaxed working environment where we can always have a laugh together. I love being able to put across all the aspects of my personality in my teaching style which is one of the reasons tutoring is such s pleasure for me. Future students - I look forward to meeting you!

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Sean P

£30/hour

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10 years

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I have spent the last 3 years working as a teacher at various schools in London and in Colombia where I lived for 2 years. I am most qualified to teach English as a foreign language which is what I taught in Colombia but I am also very keen to teach more of the Spanish that I learned in the last 2 years which I am confident doing up to A-level. From the age of 16 I began to tutor GCSE maths and physics to students in my local area and since then I have never ceased to both enjoy and find tutoring immensely rewarding. I have experience teaching private tutor groups of up to three, one to one as well as whole class groups at school. I have taught ages from as young as 3 years old to all adult ages. Mathematics is the subject that I have tutored the most over the years as I taught it throughout my studies at university. It is also a subject that I greatly enjoy teaching as it is easy to see the results of my students progress. During 2018 I worked tutoring English online or 2 different international companies, which worked more or less in a Skype format with various other well thought out interactive functions alongside this. Regularly conversing with people from all corners of the globe has been both fascinating and challenging and has expanded my world view. Above all I am just a friendly, fun young man who loves working in a professional world where I constantly get to meet, converse and learn from new people. While I'm very dedicated and hard-working when it comes to my students it is of the upmost importance to me to create a fun and relaxed working environment where we can always have a laugh together. I love being able to put across all the aspects of my personality in my teaching style which is one of the reasons tutoring is such s pleasure for me. Future students - I look forward to meeting you!

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Vidhi D

£30/hour

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2 years

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I have a patient and calm tutoring style and love working with students of all ages. I've tutored A level history students in the past and 3/4 of my students got A grades. I also tutored young children in an after-school homework club at Oxford. I know how to engage students with the curriculum and make them see the fun side of studying. I think the best way to get top grades is by understanding the material, so my methods involve telling stories, QandAs, and making mind maps and colourful notes to make the important stuff stick. I also want my students to take a genuine interest in the subject and be curious about the world and find the experience of learning as enjoyable as I do. A bit about me -- I studied History at Oxford University and graduated in 2012. I've worked as a journalist for the Guardian and the Washington Post and now I work in finance in central London.

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Vidhi D

£30/hour

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2 years

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I have a patient and calm tutoring style and love working with students of all ages. I've tutored A level history students in the past and 3/4 of my students got A grades. I also tutored young children in an after-school homework club at Oxford. I know how to engage students with the curriculum and make them see the fun side of studying. I think the best way to get top grades is by understanding the material, so my methods involve telling stories, QandAs, and making mind maps and colourful notes to make the important stuff stick. I also want my students to take a genuine interest in the subject and be curious about the world and find the experience of learning as enjoyable as I do. A bit about me -- I studied History at Oxford University and graduated in 2012. I've worked as a journalist for the Guardian and the Washington Post and now I work in finance in central London.

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    Cathy J

    £50/hour

    New

    34 years

    Approved Teacher

    I am a fully qualified Maths teacher. I have 22 years experience as a private Maths tutor, teaching all ages from Primary to adult, with the major focus on GCSEs. All of the students I taught passed their GCSEs successfully. I have also taught for 10 years in a large Pupil Referral Unit in Lewisham. For the first 3 years, I worked exclusively with SEN students, which I loved. It is so satisfying being able to instil a love of Maths into previously disengaged students. These students had a wide range of needs ( complex social and emotional needs, ADHD, Asperger's and Autism). For the next 3 years, I taught Maths to Years 7-9 students. These students had a wide range of abilities. After this, I taught GCSE students (Years 9-12) and I had a very highly successful pass rate. Throughout my teaching career, I had 1-1 sessions with students who either needed extra help or who were preparing for exam deadlines. I am passionate about making Maths understandable and fun, so that students who came to me with disinterest and dislike of the subject were able to come to the point where they understood the subject and felt able to succeed. I have taught the full spectrum of ability, from those who could barely succeed in the most basic functions, to those who needed to be challenged to higher accomplishments. I am very familiar with the new Foundation Curriculum and would prefer to teach this as opposed to the Higher Curriculum. I retired from full-time teaching 3 years ago and since then have taught as a supply teacher in a London primary school, having two groups (one of top achievers, who were ahead of most of their classmates ) and one of students who were considered to have behavioural difficulties and were low achievers. I have also taught GCSE Foundation Maths privately in this time (both Edexcel and AQA exam boards). For me, my key to teaching successfully is to build a relationship with the student based on mutual trust and respect and a high level of communication. I also like to ensure that each student is given the time to fully understand a subject before moving to the next. Lastly, I like the students to enjoy themselves!

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    Cathy J

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    I am a fully qualified Maths teacher. I have 22 years experience as a private Maths tutor, teaching all ages from Primary to adult, with the major focus on GCSEs. All of the students I taught passed their GCSEs successfully. I have also taught for 10 years in a large Pupil Referral Unit in Lewisham. For the first 3 years, I worked exclusively with SEN students, which I loved. It is so satisfying being able to instil a love of Maths into previously disengaged students. These students had a wide range of needs ( complex social and emotional needs, ADHD, Asperger's and Autism). For the next 3 years, I taught Maths to Years 7-9 students. These students had a wide range of abilities. After this, I taught GCSE students (Years 9-12) and I had a very highly successful pass rate. Throughout my teaching career, I had 1-1 sessions with students who either needed extra help or who were preparing for exam deadlines. I am passionate about making Maths understandable and fun, so that students who came to me with disinterest and dislike of the subject were able to come to the point where they understood the subject and felt able to succeed. I have taught the full spectrum of ability, from those who could barely succeed in the most basic functions, to those who needed to be challenged to higher accomplishments. I am very familiar with the new Foundation Curriculum and would prefer to teach this as opposed to the Higher Curriculum. I retired from full-time teaching 3 years ago and since then have taught as a supply teacher in a London primary school, having two groups (one of top achievers, who were ahead of most of their classmates ) and one of students who were considered to have behavioural difficulties and were low achievers. I have also taught GCSE Foundation Maths privately in this time (both Edexcel and AQA exam boards). For me, my key to teaching successfully is to build a relationship with the student based on mutual trust and respect and a high level of communication. I also like to ensure that each student is given the time to fully understand a subject before moving to the next. Lastly, I like the students to enjoy themselves!

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    Sean P

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    I have spent the last 3 years working as a teacher at various schools in London and in Colombia where I lived for 2 years. I am most qualified to teach English as a foreign language which is what I taught in Colombia but I am also very keen to teach more of the Spanish that I learned in the last 2 years which I am confident doing up to A-level. From the age of 16 I began to tutor GCSE maths and physics to students in my local area and since then I have never ceased to both enjoy and find tutoring immensely rewarding. I have experience teaching private tutor groups of up to three, one to one as well as whole class groups at school. I have taught ages from as young as 3 years old to all adult ages. Mathematics is the subject that I have tutored the most over the years as I taught it throughout my studies at university. It is also a subject that I greatly enjoy teaching as it is easy to see the results of my students progress. During 2018 I worked tutoring English online or 2 different international companies, which worked more or less in a Skype format with various other well thought out interactive functions alongside this. Regularly conversing with people from all corners of the globe has been both fascinating and challenging and has expanded my world view. Above all I am just a friendly, fun young man who loves working in a professional world where I constantly get to meet, converse and learn from new people. While I'm very dedicated and hard-working when it comes to my students it is of the upmost importance to me to create a fun and relaxed working environment where we can always have a laugh together. I love being able to put across all the aspects of my personality in my teaching style which is one of the reasons tutoring is such s pleasure for me. Future students - I look forward to meeting you!

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    Sean P

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    I have spent the last 3 years working as a teacher at various schools in London and in Colombia where I lived for 2 years. I am most qualified to teach English as a foreign language which is what I taught in Colombia but I am also very keen to teach more of the Spanish that I learned in the last 2 years which I am confident doing up to A-level. From the age of 16 I began to tutor GCSE maths and physics to students in my local area and since then I have never ceased to both enjoy and find tutoring immensely rewarding. I have experience teaching private tutor groups of up to three, one to one as well as whole class groups at school. I have taught ages from as young as 3 years old to all adult ages. Mathematics is the subject that I have tutored the most over the years as I taught it throughout my studies at university. It is also a subject that I greatly enjoy teaching as it is easy to see the results of my students progress. During 2018 I worked tutoring English online or 2 different international companies, which worked more or less in a Skype format with various other well thought out interactive functions alongside this. Regularly conversing with people from all corners of the globe has been both fascinating and challenging and has expanded my world view. Above all I am just a friendly, fun young man who loves working in a professional world where I constantly get to meet, converse and learn from new people. While I'm very dedicated and hard-working when it comes to my students it is of the upmost importance to me to create a fun and relaxed working environment where we can always have a laugh together. I love being able to put across all the aspects of my personality in my teaching style which is one of the reasons tutoring is such s pleasure for me. Future students - I look forward to meeting you!

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