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Tutors in SE postcode

Gold Daisy Chute Music London Bridge, SE1
Gold James Buckle London, SE1
Krisztina Kiss Hither Green, SE1
Gold Lauren Forder London, SE1
Gold Rosie Lomas BMus(Hons) London Bridge, SE1
Sarah Lewis London Bridge, SE1
Gold May Robertson London, SE3
Gold Tom Gamble London, SE3
Gold Lydia Shilling South East London, SE4
Joshua Davenport Camberwell/Dulwich, SE5
Gold Damon Flanagan greenwich,charlton, SE7
Gold Ben Mallinder Winchester, SE10
Gold David Dyson Greenwich, SE10
Gold Edgar Cardoso Greenwich, London, SE10
Jordan Bowron Blackheath, SE10
Gold Andrew Johnston - Pianist Greenwich, SE13
Gold Edward Farmer Central London, SE13
Christian Sancto London, SE14
Gold Freya Jacklin LONDON, SE15
Gold Valentina Pravodelov Bermondsey, London, SE16
Gold Adam Holloway Tulse hill, SE21
Gold John Cervantes Dulwich, London, SE21
Gold Gwyn Pritchard South East London, SE23
Gold S Craigen London, SE23
Gold Steven Joseph (BMus)(MPerf) London, SE23
Gold Samuel Bordoli London, SE26
Verity Jacklin London, SE26
Gold Joe Murgatroyd London, SE27

Tutors travelling to SE

Gold Emma-Louise London, NW10
Aled Jones London, W11
Stefano Matteucci Wallington, Surrey, SM6
Gold Dimitrios Skyllas London, SW3
Peter Mansfield London, NW1
Gold Georgina Melling London, NW6
Silver Fabio Acri Central London, NW2
Gold Grace Warren Newham, E15
Gold Zanete Uskane Lambeth, London, SW16
Gold Steven Dodsworth Croydon, CR0
Gold Piers Tattersall London, SW16
Gold Derek Dobbins Bexley, DA15
Gold Stuart Murray London, NW6
Gold Jennifer Mu London, NW3
Sam Kinrade Carshalton, SM5
Gold nathanbritton Greater London, KT8
Victoria Mulley London, NW3
Gold Gloria Toplis South-East London, BR3
Gold Sophie Crawford London, SW18
Calum Zuckert Earl's Court, SW5
Gold Duncan Strachan Maida Vale, London, W9
Gold Alec Roberts London, NW10
Gold Kobayashi South West London, NW10
Gold Tim Doyle London, N15
Gold Daniel Broncano North London, N15
Gold Juan Rezzuto West Kensington, W14
Gold Duncan Rutherford North London, N1
Gold Chris Keyte Kingston, KT2
Gold Dan Keating-Roberts Kings Cross, N1
Rachel Coe City Of London, EC1Y
Gold Andreas Papapetrou London Turnpike Ln, N15
Gold Tim Maryon London, NW1
Gold Will Sullivan Wanstead, E12
Gold Patrick Dodds Muswell Hill, N10
Gold James Harold London, N7
Aimee Consiglia Sandsend, Fulham, SW6
Silver Angelika Stangl Amersham, HP7
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Online Tutors

Gold Sam Macadam Glasgow, G12
Patrick Johnson Willesden Green, NW2
Gold Will Buchanan Tonbridge, TN12
Kieran White York, YO10
Gold Daniel de Gruchy-Lambert Glasgow South Side, G41
Adam Davies Manchester, M15
Silver Angelika Stangl Amersham, HP7
Silver Alice Nicholson Newark/ Nottingham, NG23
Silver Yvonne Clarke Balham, SW12
Gold Martin Rowberry Sutton Coldfield, B75
Stefano Matteucci Wallington, Surrey, SM6
Gold Vassilis Chatzimakris London, NW6
Gold Melissa D'Arcy Stoke Newington, N16
Gold Julia Paskova London, SW7
Gold Carolyn C Dennis New Malden, KT3
John Dipper Wandsworth, SW18
Gold AL Hodgson Weybridge, KT13
Gold Stewart Wilson Glasgow, G31
Silver Firat Altay London, N4
Gold Gregory Emfietzis Richmond, SW14
Emilio Saev WINDSOR, SL4
Gold Michael Joel London, W4
Gold Helen Littlewood Broadstairs, CT10
Silver David Weber Feltham, TW14
Gold Richard Colquhoun Bristol, BS6
Nicholas Moroz London, W12
Gold David Secchi Wells, BA5
Gold Tim Doyle London, N15
Sara Woo-Sam BMus(Hons) Cambridge, CB1
Gold Juan Rezzuto West Kensington, W14
Gold Michael Perrett Manchester, M21
Gold Rachel Taverner BMus(Hons)LRSM Manchester,, M4
Gold Aizhana Nurkenova London, NW6
Gold C Jefferson Reading, Berkshire, RG7
Graham Jones Guildford, GU1
Gold Duncan Strachan Maida Vale, London, W9
Gold Guido Mallardi London, HA0
Marco Manchester, M14
Gold Tim Maryon London, NW1
Gold Gloria Toplis South-East London, BR3
Musicplus Bedfordshire, LU1
Gold nathanbritton Greater London, KT8
Gold Patrick Dodds Muswell Hill, N10
Gold Thomas Kay Seven Sisters, N15
Gold Steven Dodsworth Croydon, CR0
Gold Alistair Bankier London, W9
Gold Eliot Darwin Sheffield, S6
Stamatia Statherou Canterbury, Kent, CT2
Silver Gerardo Gozzi PhD RAM Willesden, London, NW10
Luke Fraser Stoke Newington, N16
Silver Joann Kerrigan Worsley Manchester, M28
Luis Mota Tufnell Park, N7
Silver Mike Bacon Canterbury, CT2
Gold Simone Spagnolo London, E2
Gold Peter Falconer Sunbury, TW16
Gold Neil Doherty Southampton, Hants, SO15
Gold Mark Harrison Manchester, BL4
Ceri Williams Cambridge, CB1
Daniel Friend Norwich, NR2
Gold Zanete Uskane Lambeth, London, SW16
Gold James Harold London, N7
Alison Rowley Bristol, BS5
Gold Andrew Kwan Harrow, Pinner, HA5
Chris Schlechte-Bond South Kensington, SW7
Gold Emma-Louise London, NW10
Alicia BA (Hons) Music Peterborough, PE4
Kylie Nesbit London, E15
Jonathan Booty Manchester, M20
Mr. David P Wallace Croydon, CR2
Gold Alex Paxton London, NW2
Gold Nicholas Scott Edinburgh, EH12
Silver Daniel Joy Ware, Herts, SG12
Bekki Gocher Manchester, M3
Silver Dominic Sewell Raynes Park, SW20
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May Robertson Key Stage 2 English Tutor (South East London)

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Thank you for visiting my Tutor Pages homepage! As I'm now studying in Holland I have sadly said goodbye to my London students, and am not taking enquiries here at present, but I will keep my page open for when I return.
Which subject(s) do you teach?
I teach the violin, English language and literature, and academic music and music theory.
Tell me about your qualifications.
I have an MMus with distinction from Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, and an MA (Cantab) in English from Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge (Class 2.1). I have three A grades at A-level (English, Music and French) and an A at AS-level (Fine Art). (I left school before the A* grade was introduced at this level!). I have eight A*s at GCSE, including one of the top five marks in the UK for English Literature.
What kind of experience do you have?
I am a successful tutor of violin, music theory and English for a variety of ages and stages. Alongside one-to-one tuition, I have worked with groups, chairing sixth-form seminars in English Literature and performance classes in schools, as well as online seminars for the literary website Peripeteia. Alongside my private teaching I have tutored for Bruton Lloyd. Having spent a year as a Graduate Music Assistant at Wells Cathedral School, a specialist music school, I have wide experience of working with young people, supervising practice, taking rehearsals, and assisting with high-calibre instrumental teaching, alongside teaching the violin one-to-one. At Wells I taught aural skills in preparation for ABRSM exam aural tests, and taught music theory both individually and in a class setting.

As a busy professional musician alongside my teaching, I perform with ensembles such as Joglaresa, Orchestra of St Paul's, International Baroque Players, and Charivari Agreable Simfonie, as well as my own Keats Quartet. You can find some videos of my work under 'My Files'.

All this personal experience informs my love of the subjects I teach, but is less important than what my pupils experience when engaging with a subject. You as an individual are at the centre of my tutoring.
How much do you charge?
I charge £30 per hour for my teaching, with £20 for half-hour lessons (which sometimes works best for young children's violin lessons). Depending on the distance I need to travel I may need to factor in travel expenses.
Where do you teach?
I travel to my students' homes. I am currently based in The Hague, so I am not taking regular pupils in London at present.
When are you available?
Tuition times are flexible; we can discuss together the best time for you. I am available term-time and school holidays.
Which ages and levels do you teach?
I teach the violin to all ages and stages, from total beginners to advanced players. My class in London ranged between ages 6 to 50. I teach English at all ages to undergraduate level (recently coaching students for 11+, GCSE, and A2 examinations) and music up to sixth-form level. Every pupil and situation is unique, and I tailor my approach entirely to the individual, so do get in touch to discuss the ways in which I can assist you in your own learning goals.
Which qualifications do you prepare your students for?
I prepare violin students for grade exams, when that is right for them; performing exams are useful in providing a goal to work towards but should not become the primary motivation for learning. I prepare students for ABRSM music theory examinations. In English, I assist students in preparation for qualifications up to university level, including 11+, GCSE and sixth-form level examinations such as A-level. In Music, I teach up to sixth-form level. In my academic tutoring, I am very conscious that a family will often decide to tutor with a specific exam in mind. I take this investment by the family extremely seriously, and will start by producing, in consultation with you, an individual plan of action based on the syllabus and the student's strengths and areas for development. My aim is to provide targeted exam-focused work whilst fully utilising the potential for private tutoring to explore a subject further than narrow school-based teaching often can. I want to develop the student's experience and understanding as an individual in a way that is valuable and meaningful for them beyond the immediate pressures of examinations.
Do you have an up-to-date DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service, formerly CRB) Certificate?
I have an enhanced CRB certificate, dated September 2010.
Describe your arrangements for online tutoring.
I do teach by telephone, Skype, and email, when distance makes face-to-face lessons difficult. We can discuss your individual needs together.
Where and with whom did you train?
At Trinity Laban, I studied the modern violin with the renowned violin professor Diana Cummings. I now study the baroque violin with Walter Reiter, principal with The English Concert. I previously studied with Mark Knight and Patricia Noall. All this means that I have been rigorously taught, and have inherited the teaching of some of the great violin pedagogues including Galamian and Flesch, which I am now passing on myself. I use this to ensure that my pupils learn to play with ease and freedom from day one, without the tension problems that, sadly, one often sees in violin students. My supervisors at Cambridge included Professor Helen Cooper, N.K. Sugimura, Dr Jason Scott-Warren and Jeremy Prynne.
Do you have a personal message for students?
Yes! You are a totally unique and special person, and my job is simply to bring that out and help you discover what's in you, whether it's through musical or literary studies. Your own imagination, ideas, emotions, and capacity for independent thought are vital. It's fun and exciting! Believe in yourself, work hard, and enjoy yourself. Good luck!

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