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    I worked as a theatre & creative arts professional for many years before qualifying as a teacher. I believe that a basic grounding in communication and creative thinking techniques and strategies holds well in all situations. I offer these to all.
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    I am a highly experienced tutor of adults, young adults and children. My style of teaching involves a focus on the needs and learning style of the individual student. I also concentrate on teaching a calm and alert approach to examinations.
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    IELTS and 11 pluses take me to Donny. Autumn in Doncaster as the songwriter wrote ( Or was it New York ? ). English, EFL, FDR and Civil Rights spur the days along. But what's this? Half Term on Friday? Where's that come from?
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    As a voice coach, actor and examiner with over 20 years teaching experience I believe that every student deserves the highest quality education with dedication to personal tuition to encourage the best results.
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  • directing Lyistrata, or, at least, trying to

    Pete Goodland A-level Expressive Arts Tutor (Sheffield) Picture Setting ? Let's go for 1963 Mod and Rockers. How about the Cuban Missile Crisis? 'Cuban what?' replied one ( she wasn't studying history - personally, I believe drama and history to go hand in glove ). In the round, on a prom, chips and ice cream vendors, primary colours; the girls in bright...