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Lian D

£40/hour

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I have 5 years tutoring experience of children of mixed abilities between Key Stages 1-4 in English, Maths and Science. Having tutored at most, 6 students per hour, I have developed excellent time management and organisational skills in regards to preparing and teaching tuition sessions. I am able to support my students by adapting my teaching style to their needs. For example, I often create worksheets and activities along with clear explanations of a method, topic or exam technique. This is usually followed up by practise questions and mock papers to help my students to consolidate their knowledge and get used to answering exam questions. For each lesson, my students and parents are given both written and verbal feedback on what was covered in the lesson, set homework and the student's progress. By doing this, I have helped many studens to gain top scores in their exams. In my spare time, I enjoy watching movies, playing the piano and spending time with friends.

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Lian D

£40/hour

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5 years

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I have 5 years tutoring experience of children of mixed abilities between Key Stages 1-4 in English, Maths and Science. Having tutored at most, 6 students per hour, I have developed excellent time management and organisational skills in regards to preparing and teaching tuition sessions. I am able to support my students by adapting my teaching style to their needs. For example, I often create worksheets and activities along with clear explanations of a method, topic or exam technique. This is usually followed up by practise questions and mock papers to help my students to consolidate their knowledge and get used to answering exam questions. For each lesson, my students and parents are given both written and verbal feedback on what was covered in the lesson, set homework and the student's progress. By doing this, I have helped many studens to gain top scores in their exams. In my spare time, I enjoy watching movies, playing the piano and spending time with friends.

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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

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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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Rene R

£20/hour

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12 years

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What do I bring to teaching? In addition to subject knowledge, I bring maturity, life experiences and passion for sharing into teaching. Qualified Teacher, with a University Diploma of Masters in the field of Mechanics, from the “Politehnica” University of Bucharest, I worked for the first ten years of my professional career as Lecturer at the same University, with the passion for teaching Mechanics, Machinery Design and Computer Aided Design. To be updated with the current school curriculum, I successfully followed the Secondary Mathematics Teacher Subject Specialism Training Course, Higher Tier GCSE Mathematics and I acquired the CERTIFICATE OF MATHEMATICAL MASTERY, Centre for Innovation in Mathematics Teaching, University of Plymouth. I work with students having a different level of knowledge both in Maths and English, from KS3 to GCSE. I have experience working with EAL students. I am pragmatic, result oriented and I adjust the learning process to the student needs. Using diagnostic questions, together with the student we identify the progress and the gaps measuring the progress made.

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Rene R

£20/hour

New

12 years

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What do I bring to teaching? In addition to subject knowledge, I bring maturity, life experiences and passion for sharing into teaching. Qualified Teacher, with a University Diploma of Masters in the field of Mechanics, from the “Politehnica” University of Bucharest, I worked for the first ten years of my professional career as Lecturer at the same University, with the passion for teaching Mechanics, Machinery Design and Computer Aided Design. To be updated with the current school curriculum, I successfully followed the Secondary Mathematics Teacher Subject Specialism Training Course, Higher Tier GCSE Mathematics and I acquired the CERTIFICATE OF MATHEMATICAL MASTERY, Centre for Innovation in Mathematics Teaching, University of Plymouth. I work with students having a different level of knowledge both in Maths and English, from KS3 to GCSE. I have experience working with EAL students. I am pragmatic, result oriented and I adjust the learning process to the student needs. Using diagnostic questions, together with the student we identify the progress and the gaps measuring the progress made.

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Sociology is a subject that calls to students who are fascinated by humanity. Taking a broader approach to human behaviour than Psychology, Sociology offers students the chance to study human societies, human relationships, and how social forces impact upon the individual. At University level, students will study social theories, research skills, and a whole range of specific topics covering everything from race to social class, education to family, crime, law and poverty. Many students choose to partner Sociology with another subject for a dual honors degree, with popular choices including Sociology and History, Sociology and Psychology, Sociology and Criminology or Sociology and a Modern Language. Students who emerge with a Sociology degree, whether single or dual honors, become highly attractive candidates for positions in a range of industries.

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University Sociology courses are designed to cater to students who are entirely new to the subject. Therefore, in the first year Sociology degree courses will begin with a general introduction and overview of the key theories, principles and research techniques that underlie Sociology as a subject. From here, students will start to study modules that focus on particular areas of Sociology. In there second and third years, students will be able to further specialise in their module choices.

Potential Sociology modules include:

The individual and society Applied ethics in Sociology research Nature and society Deviance and social problems Crime and criminology. Sexuality and society Protests and social movements Social class and social mobility 'Race' and ethnicity Gender in society Culture and society Society and individual identity Migration The role of media in society Urban sociology

Throughout the course, students will consider the complicated relationship between Sociological forces at the global, national, local and even individual level. Students will gain a valuable insight into the multiple overlapping factors that impact upon both societies and the individual, enabling them to better understand their own place in the world as well as the behaviour of those around them. Students will also develop phenomenal research skills in addition to exceptional analytical and critical thinking abilities.

Sociology degrees are assessed via a range of methods. Exactly how each course is assessed will vary between educational institutions. However, courses are likely to include some combination of module-specific essays, open and closed-book written exams, presentations, posters, reviews, policy briefs and a final year dissertation. Working with a University Sociology tutor ensures that students will be able to excel in every type of assessment and emerge with a top-class degree.

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While many students may claim the biggest reward from taking Sociology at University is the fascinating topics you get to study, there are a number of more practical benefits for successful students. Sociology degrees are extremely versatile and open up employment opportunities in a range of industries. Equally, Sociology degrees require students to acquire a number of valuable skills, both subject-specific and transferable, which will prove useful whatever their future holds.

Skills - Sociology students will acquire a number of both qualitative and quantitative research skills in addition to expert knowledge of how to conduct social research and analysis. This insight sets them apart from other graduates and can lead to exciting career opportunities in a range of diverse fields. Sociology develops students data and numerical literacy as well as their critical and analytical thinking. Sociology students will emerge with excellent oral and written communication, effective problem-solving skills, and the ability to work productively both as part of a team and independently. Studying Sociology at University also teaches students superb time management and organisation. The skills cultivated during a Sociology degree are not only attractive to prospective future employers but are also applicable to the students' daily lives. As such, Sociology degrees set students up for success inside and outside of the workplace. Working with a private Sociology student ensures that student’s develop all the skills required for a success in their Sociology degree and beyond.
Beyond University - Thanks to the diverse skill set and unique insight into human behaviour that Sociology graduates obtain, their post-University employment options are both diverse and potentially lucrative. An exceptionally versatile degree, Sociology students have wound up working in industries including the media, healthcare, education, IT, finance, government and marketing. Students have also gone on to use their Sociology degree as a springboard into further study specialisation and careers in Law and Psychology. Sociology students can even find career opportunities overseas or working for international businesses.

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    Lian D

    £40/hour

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    5 years

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    I have 5 years tutoring experience of children of mixed abilities between Key Stages 1-4 in English, Maths and Science. Having tutored at most, 6 students per hour, I have developed excellent time management and organisational skills in regards to preparing and teaching tuition sessions. I am able to support my students by adapting my teaching style to their needs. For example, I often create worksheets and activities along with clear explanations of a method, topic or exam technique. This is usually followed up by practise questions and mock papers to help my students to consolidate their knowledge and get used to answering exam questions. For each lesson, my students and parents are given both written and verbal feedback on what was covered in the lesson, set homework and the student's progress. By doing this, I have helped many studens to gain top scores in their exams. In my spare time, I enjoy watching movies, playing the piano and spending time with friends.

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    Lian D

    £40/hour

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    5 years

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    I have 5 years tutoring experience of children of mixed abilities between Key Stages 1-4 in English, Maths and Science. Having tutored at most, 6 students per hour, I have developed excellent time management and organisational skills in regards to preparing and teaching tuition sessions. I am able to support my students by adapting my teaching style to their needs. For example, I often create worksheets and activities along with clear explanations of a method, topic or exam technique. This is usually followed up by practise questions and mock papers to help my students to consolidate their knowledge and get used to answering exam questions. For each lesson, my students and parents are given both written and verbal feedback on what was covered in the lesson, set homework and the student's progress. By doing this, I have helped many studens to gain top scores in their exams. In my spare time, I enjoy watching movies, playing the piano and spending time with friends.

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    Cathy J

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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

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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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    Rene R

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    What do I bring to teaching? In addition to subject knowledge, I bring maturity, life experiences and passion for sharing into teaching. Qualified Teacher, with a University Diploma of Masters in the field of Mechanics, from the “Politehnica” University of Bucharest, I worked for the first ten years of my professional career as Lecturer at the same University, with the passion for teaching Mechanics, Machinery Design and Computer Aided Design. To be updated with the current school curriculum, I successfully followed the Secondary Mathematics Teacher Subject Specialism Training Course, Higher Tier GCSE Mathematics and I acquired the CERTIFICATE OF MATHEMATICAL MASTERY, Centre for Innovation in Mathematics Teaching, University of Plymouth. I work with students having a different level of knowledge both in Maths and English, from KS3 to GCSE. I have experience working with EAL students. I am pragmatic, result oriented and I adjust the learning process to the student needs. Using diagnostic questions, together with the student we identify the progress and the gaps measuring the progress made.

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    Rene R

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    What do I bring to teaching? In addition to subject knowledge, I bring maturity, life experiences and passion for sharing into teaching. Qualified Teacher, with a University Diploma of Masters in the field of Mechanics, from the “Politehnica” University of Bucharest, I worked for the first ten years of my professional career as Lecturer at the same University, with the passion for teaching Mechanics, Machinery Design and Computer Aided Design. To be updated with the current school curriculum, I successfully followed the Secondary Mathematics Teacher Subject Specialism Training Course, Higher Tier GCSE Mathematics and I acquired the CERTIFICATE OF MATHEMATICAL MASTERY, Centre for Innovation in Mathematics Teaching, University of Plymouth. I work with students having a different level of knowledge both in Maths and English, from KS3 to GCSE. I have experience working with EAL students. I am pragmatic, result oriented and I adjust the learning process to the student needs. Using diagnostic questions, together with the student we identify the progress and the gaps measuring the progress made.

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    Sociology is a subject that calls to students who are fascinated by humanity. Taking a broader approach to human behaviour than Psychology, Sociology offers students the chance to study human societies, human relationships, and how social forces impact upon the individual. At University level, students will study social theories, research skills, and a whole range of specific topics covering everything from race to social class, education to family, crime, law and poverty. Many students choose to partner Sociology with another subject for a dual honors degree, with popular choices including Sociology and History, Sociology and Psychology, Sociology and Criminology or Sociology and a Modern Language. Students who emerge with a Sociology degree, whether single or dual honors, become highly attractive candidates for positions in a range of industries.

    While both fascinating and rewarding, completing a Sociology degree is no mean feat. Students must overcome both the drastically different style of learning and heightened academic rigour in a particularly nuanced and complex course. Working with a University Sociology tutor can revolutionise a student’s University experience. Private Sociology tutors can help students to untangle complex ideas, develop key skills including research and essay writing, and cultivate effective learning techniques that will set them up for a top class Degree. Invest in your future at this critical juncture and find your perfect University Sociology tutor today.

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    Tutor House deliver Sociology tuition with a difference. Unlike other tutoring platforms, Tutor House provide a personalised, flexible tuition service with top quality and fully vetted tutors. To teach with Tutor House, tutors are required to be qualified to degree level with tutoring experience, hold a valid DBS check and undergo a personal interview with a member of our expert team. Many of our University Sociology tutors are also professional Lecturers or Professors at some of the UK’s top education institutions. As a result, our tutors are able to deliver insightful, professional Sociology tuition that ensures a student’s academic success.

    Our tutors appreciate that every student learns differently and will have their own strengths and weaknesses. Each student’s personality and learning style, along with where they are in their course and any gaps in their knowledge, will be taken into account so that their tutor can develop a personalised tuition program that caters to their exact needs.

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    General information about studying Sociology at University

    University Sociology courses are designed to cater to students who are entirely new to the subject. Therefore, in the first year Sociology degree courses will begin with a general introduction and overview of the key theories, principles and research techniques that underlie Sociology as a subject. From here, students will start to study modules that focus on particular areas of Sociology. In there second and third years, students will be able to further specialise in their module choices.

    Potential Sociology modules include:

    The individual and society Applied ethics in Sociology research Nature and society Deviance and social problems Crime and criminology. Sexuality and society Protests and social movements Social class and social mobility 'Race' and ethnicity Gender in society Culture and society Society and individual identity Migration The role of media in society Urban sociology

    Throughout the course, students will consider the complicated relationship between Sociological forces at the global, national, local and even individual level. Students will gain a valuable insight into the multiple overlapping factors that impact upon both societies and the individual, enabling them to better understand their own place in the world as well as the behaviour of those around them. Students will also develop phenomenal research skills in addition to exceptional analytical and critical thinking abilities.

    Sociology degrees are assessed via a range of methods. Exactly how each course is assessed will vary between educational institutions. However, courses are likely to include some combination of module-specific essays, open and closed-book written exams, presentations, posters, reviews, policy briefs and a final year dissertation. Working with a University Sociology tutor ensures that students will be able to excel in every type of assessment and emerge with a top-class degree.

    Benefits of Studying Sociology at University

    While many students may claim the biggest reward from taking Sociology at University is the fascinating topics you get to study, there are a number of more practical benefits for successful students. Sociology degrees are extremely versatile and open up employment opportunities in a range of industries. Equally, Sociology degrees require students to acquire a number of valuable skills, both subject-specific and transferable, which will prove useful whatever their future holds.

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