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Cornilius P.

  • 0 Students
  • 0 Classes
  • 30 /Hr
5 (0  Ratings)

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Deepti

  • 7 Students
  • 45 Classes
  • 15 /Hr
5 (0  Ratings)

Teaching English and Maths is one of the things I enjoyed the most. It gives me the opportunity to share my knowledge and be able to know the culture of others. It’s not only about grammars or making better sentences but it is also about chances to speak up and to be heard by others. I do believe that everyone can learn and speak English with fun!

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Dia S.

  • 0 Students
  • 0 Classes
  • 15 /Hr
5 (0  Ratings)

An organized, focused, and hardworking medical student with a strong academic record, a passion for health and wellness, and extensive experience working in healthcare settings. Through practical experience, he has a thorough understanding of the human body and medical solutions. A friendly, upbeat person with excellent people skills, as well as the ability to lead, make critical decisions, and meet deadlines. Trying to take advantage of every opportunity to gain more experience in the healthcare field.

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Ella H.

  • 0 Students
  • 0 Classes
  • 22.5 /Hr
5 (0  Ratings)

I am a qualified primary teacher, with experience working with students exhibiting challenging behaviours. I have an MSc in Psychology, as well as qualifications in autism awareness and dyslexia therapy. I am a highly motivated, hard-working individual and thrive in challenging situations. In my previous roles I have developed excellent communication skills and have demonstrated that I can take on responsibility whilst consistently achieving very high standards. I am a very quick learner and have excellent attention to detail, even when working under pressure. Since leaving university in 2013, I have had the opportunity to develop a range of skills, including administration, organisation and time management, and have developed confident presentation and communication skills.

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Emma D.

  • 0 Students
  • 0 Classes
  • 22.5 /Hr
5 (0  Ratings)

I am an aspiring teacher with a focus on supporting students through their hardest years. I believe I have a calling to work with children. From a young age I was looking after younger siblings, friend’s siblings and tried making them all my students! At the age of 14 I picked up a part time job as a gymnastics coach and spent 4 years coaching children. Being a confused and rebellious teenager meant that I dropped out of sixth form to work full time. After many years working in the hair industry, my desire to teach started again when supporting apprentices in salon. I then moved on to teach the NVQ Award in Hairdressing at Headmasters Academy in Richmond. It was there that I gained my Level 3 Award in Education and Training. Last year, I changed career and applied with an agency to be a Youth Mentor. My first placement was at Twickenham School as a Teaching Assistant which wasn't really my plan. However, I quickly fell in love with the school and the job role and so when the Head Teacher asked me to stay on full time with the school, I happily accepted. Being only 1 of few TA's with a SEN register of about 150 (and growing) there was much work to do and many students to support. I then changed job roles to work as a teaching assistant in a Primary School closer to home. Unfortunately, because of the Corona Virus outbreak, the school let go of my position alongside other agency staff. Over the Year in Schools, I have been privileged to be trained up in many skills and given the opportunity to lead on interventions with Mathematics and Literacy. Below I have listed my skill set within the SEN/Teaching Role.

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Esme A.

  • 0 Students
  • 0 Classes
  • 10 /Hr
5 (0  Ratings)

I am currently studying a MSc part time and studied Veterinary Medicine at Edinburgh university. I am passionate about working in an education based role as I know how a little bit of extra support can go a long way with children learning while at school. My younger brother is dyslexic and I know the big difference a small amount of time with a tutor really helped him. I have experience working with children and really enjoy it and think my positive and enthusiastic personality really helps me to make lessons fun and engaging.

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Fedora G.

  • 0 Students
  • 0 Classes
  • 16.5 /Hr
5 (0  Ratings)

Hi, I'm Fedora from indonesia. I am currently teaching at a private school in Jakarta, teaching grade 1 science. I've been teaching for 2 years. Aside from teaching at school I've been doing private tutoring for over 5 years, tutoring grade 2, 4 and 5 students various subjects (including math, English, science) and high school student, English. I have a passionate heart for students to really grasp a good understanding of what they're studying. I wish to help them by guiding them and encouraging them to always try and strive.

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Fiona M.

  • 11 Students
  • 69 Classes
  • 22.5 /Hr
4.9 (1  Rating)

I am an enthusiastic and experienced tutor that specialises in English, Science and Maths. I am a recent masters graduate from King's College and have an undergraduate degree in Molecular and Cellular Biology. I am passionate about helping students reach their potential and improve performance, while keeping lessons interesting and engaging.

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Fuad B.

  • 0 Students
  • 0 Classes
  • 18 /Hr
5 (0  Ratings)

I am a 19-year-old living in east London currently on a gap year before going on to study politics at Warwick University in September. I have a passion for teaching young kids, establishing my own tutoring service locally called HeadStart Revision. I specialise in maths and English for primary and secondary school children but I am an avid coder, with knowledge in python and java.

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Hannah W.

  • 0 Students
  • 0 Classes
  • 45 /Hr
5 (0  Ratings)

Friendly, Engaging, Approachable, flexible, Adaptable. I went travelling to South America after completing my studies. This was crucial to my development as a teacher. It enabled me to become more open minded, appreciate different cultures and exposed me to people from different backgrounds. I believe that as a result of these experiences it will enable me to have a greater empathy and understanding of the pupils and their parents individual needs. I also gained a greater interest in the environment. In particular I learnt more about environmental exploitation and changes. I feel this will be very beneficial when teaching Science, Geography and RE.

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