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Emily L.

  • 1 Student
  • 1 Class
  • 30 /Hr
5 (0  Ratings)

• Experienced private tutor with 5+ years of experience with a range of different subjects, skill levels, and ages. • Excellent managerial and administrative proficiency, from senior roles in language schools. • Resilient, efficient, and capable of performing under pressure, from working and studying in fast-paced conditions. • Open-minded and adaptive communicator, from experience in varying, dynamic environments.

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Emily S.

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

I have completed three years of undergraduate study and begin my final year of an Integrated Master's in Mechanical Engineering. I have previously tutored a fellow student during our GCSEs. I have involved myself in STEM subjects as much as possible, attending the events and courses that interest me most. Queen Mary University hosted a three day Headstart course on Women in Engineering. Moreover, I have attended a five day course on Sustainable Power Engineering at Lancaster University. Most recently I have attended a networking day at the Royal Academy of Engineering, I was the recipient of the Valerie Hume Award from Kendrick School, which sponsored me for this event. I have also been a student member of the Institute of Mechanica r Engineers for nearly three years and enjoy the library of peer-reviewed papers they have available, my favourite being: The Effect of Gasoline Metallic Additives on Low Speed Pre-Ignition (Nomaura et al, 2018). Having joined the Kingston University Formula Student team I was tutored in CAD and introduced to FEA on Solid Works. Alongside my studies, I was awarded most committed to the Kingston University Women’s Rugby Club (KUWRC) by the committee. I went on to be voted as Treasurer for KUWRC, being responsible for incoming and outgoing funds of the accounts. As an active member of the committee, I was also one of the organisers of the annual charity fundraiser.

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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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Garrett C.

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

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Georgia G.

  • 1 Student
  • 1 Class
  • 25 /Hr
5 (0  Ratings)

Tutor with 4 years of experience tutoring: GCSE Geography, Sciences, and Spanish, as well as KS3 & KS2 Sciences, Geography, and English language & Literature. I hold a BA in Geography from Durham University.

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Gitanjali S.

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

Hello! I am Gitanjali. Basically I have done Masters degree in Mathematics. I also have teaching certificate. I have passion of teaching and love mathematics. I have more than 6 years of online tutoring experience to US students. I was tutor with smarthinking.com and Brainfuse.com. Along with this I worked as classroom teacher in school also.

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