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Gold UK English Lessons London, SW1W
Gold Viv Victoria & Dorking, SW1
Gold Jane Roberts Streatham Hill, SW2
Gold Emilce Sandra Rees London, SW3
Gold Jesse Dupre Clapham, SW4
Gold Dr. Victor Mannion Online with Skype, SW5
Gold Emma Storey Fulham, London, SW6
Gold Sophie G London, SW7
Pam Williams Clapham, London, SW9
Gold Andy Tsao London, SW10
Silver Elizabeth Waldron South West London, SW10
Gold Tabitha Suzuma Chelsea, London, SW10
Gold Nigel Houghton London, SW11
Gold Johannes Kramer London, SW13
Silver Gail Golding Putney, London, SW15
Gold Judith Cronin SW London, SW15
Gold Russell Keith London, SW15
Gold Alex Morgan London, SW16
Gold Mary Thompson South London, SW16
Gold Shahriar London, SW19
Gold Tim Goodwin Wimbledon, SW20

Tutors travelling to SW

Gold Jeff Bragg Sutton, SM1
English tutor Herne Hill London, SE24
Gold Florence Bobin Kingston, Surrey, KT2
Silver Cerasela E. Chiswick, W4
Silver Nicholas Parkinson South East London, SE26
Silver Mischa Foster Poole London, SE15
Gold Teresa Pells Uxbridge Middlesex, UB10
Nicola Bamford West Molesey, KT8
Abigail Williams London, N15
Karen Pina Sutton, SW London, SM2
Gold Kristina F London, W2
Joanna Lucie London, SE4
Silver Yue Zhou (Joe) New Cross Gate, SE14
Gold Kim Neal Surbiton, KT6
Gold Dmitry Matchin London, WC1H
David Romero Holloway, N7
Gold Howard Taylor Camden, NW1
Gold Margherita Spanu Hammermisth, W6
Silver Oliver Zarandi London, E5
Alex Markham London, E4
Rory Foster Trevethan London (South), SE17
Gold Katherine Stiles Surrey, SM1
Gold Matthew Collins West Kensington, W14
Charlie Flint Shoreditch, E2
Roberto Minardi Oval, London, SE11
Gold Lucia Brandi London, SE15
Gold Marc Loewenthal Wembley, Middlesex, HA0
Joan Iyiola London, SE5
Silver Jane Emma London, WC1A
Gold Sarah Perkins Kingston, KT1
P Chambre London, W2
Gold Andy Aroditis ILFORD, LONDON, IG1
Silver Fiona Peterborough, PE4
Gold Emma-Jayne Robinson London, N11
Gold Graham James London, W8
Silver Martina Brierly Kingston, KT5
Gold Dr Seraphin London, WC1H
Gold Andrew Cremer Barking, Essex, IG11
Gold Sowmya Waterloo, London, SE1
Gold Debbie Wood Kingston, Surrey, KT6
Gold Becca Marriott London, E16
Antoinette Farrelly London, E15
Gold Monika Key Kingston upon Thames, KT2
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Gold Qualified Spanish NATIVE Tutor Somerset, BA6
Gold Howard Taylor Camden, NW1
Silver Jane Emma London, WC1A
Joanne Bicknell Southend-On -Sea, SS1
David Romero Holloway, N7
Gold Steven French Harpenden, AL5
Gold Dr Robin Wooldridge Birmingham, B29
Gold Natasha Chan South Croydon, CR2
Gold Ric Morris Brighton, BN3
Joanna Gray Bedford, MK42
Olivia Allen Hoxton, E2
Gold Sowmya Waterloo, London, SE1
Gold Karon Rickatson York/ East Riding, YO41
Gold Pauline Midwinter Barsham, NR34
Gold Patrizia Pisano Croydon, CR0
Gold Sandra Burne Cheltenham, GL51
Justin Potter Salisbury, SP1
Gold Andy Aroditis ILFORD, LONDON, IG1
Leo Munns Harrogate, HG5
Gold Howard Stephens Cardiff, NP26
Gold Jill Barnett Newcastle, NE6
Antoinette Farrelly London, E15
Suzanne Delves New Malden, KT3
Gold Tim Strauss Brighton, BN1
Gold Andi Cambridge, CB2
Silver Mischa Foster Poole London, SE15
Alfred Emery Brighton, BN41
Jon Clark Welwyn Garden City, AL7
Brian Pickering Romsey, SO51
Gold Jeff Bragg Sutton, SM1
Gold Sue Petris Gloucester, GL4
Gold Louise Armstrong Colne/ Burnley, BB8
David Mears Abingdon, OX14
Gold Kim Neal Surbiton, KT6
Steven_R Dundee, DD3
Gold Davina Dwyer Hexham, NE46
Silver Cerasela E. Chiswick, W4
Stephen F. Smith Poole, BH21
Gold Sarah Perkins Kingston, KT1
Gold Monika Key Kingston upon Thames, KT2
Gold Pass Psychology Stockport, SK2
Gold Benjamin Maeurer London, TW10
Gold James Dedman London, E17
Gold Mari Carmen Bristol, BS6
Gold Dr Anna Watson Hull, HU5
Gold Janette Sedgebeer London, SE26
Caroline Thomson Wakefield, WF1
Dr Helen Mathers Sheffield, S6
Gold Lucia Brandi London, SE15
Gold Dr. Anne Raabe Brighton, BN1
Gold Maria Rumney Malvern, WR14
Michele Carruthers Stratford upon Avon, CV37
Janine M. Erith, Kent, DA1
Fleur Daemen Kentish Town, N19
Lingua Genesis Ltd Sheffield, S11
Peter M Smith Edinburgh Scotland, EH1
Gold Susan P Guildford, GU4
Tina Hemphill Banbury, OX16
Timothy Walker Chesterfield, S40
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Silver Kat Browning Music Caernarfon, LL55
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Mrs Thanvi South Woodford, E18
Silver Amber Armitage London, N5
Gold Helen Skarpari Blackheath, SE3
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Gold Nadia Younas Ealing, W13
T Blaukopf North West London, NW4
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Alicia BA (Hons) Music Peterborough, PE4
Silver Andrea Holland Norwich, NR1
Matt Manchester, M19
Lodovico Chester, CH4
Gold Graham James London, W8
Jessie Levene Hebden Bridge, HX7
Haley Synge North London, N22
Gold Silvina83 Faversham, Kent, ME13
Silver Martina Brierly Kingston, KT5
Karolina Zielinska Carterton, OX18
Abigail Williams London, N15
Gold Matthew Thompson Bristol, BS2
Judith Brennan Tyne & Wear, DH9
Silver Fiona Peterborough, PE4
Silver Philippa Briscoe Biggleswade, SG18
Candy Leamington Spa, CV31
Seval (Miss) Hackney, E5
Paul Wells York, YO32
Charlie Flint Shoreditch, E2
Inga Lincke Sevenoaks, TN15
Barbara Tremain Penzance, TR20
Gold Leonor Eastbourne, BN22
Silver Liliane North London, N11
Joan Iyiola London, SE5
Gold Lena Roland Bath, BA2
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Gold Isabel Nieves Crouch End, N8
Silver Alison Sesi Luton, LU1
Gold Dr Seraphin London, WC1H
Lindsay Nova Beeston, NG9
Gold Ben Gooderham London, Islington, N7
Gold Gerard RM Blackheath, London, SE3
English tutor Herne Hill London, SE24
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Emilce Sandra Rees 13+ exam (Common Entrance) Tutor (South West London)

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First month of 2015 gone: contact tutor directly for best results in March. Available without admin or waiting (no VAT).
Which subject(s) do you teach?
Si tu foco es el español, o la literatura en castellano, o eres estudiante que necesita revisar la gramática, te puedo ayudar. On peut aussi faire la révision pour tes examens de français en se concentrant sur les papers ou le coté littéraire. Actively tutoring in Romance languages (French, Spanish and Italian) (CE, GCSE, A levels) to University level (excellent results). I also offer academic support in the Humanities (History, Linguistics, English) and Social Sciences at University level. Oxbridge preparation for modern languages (Spanish, Portuguese and French). I have tutored successful applicants for SAT2 (Spanish and French) for admission to American Universities. Tutees are returners (from GCSE to University Master level).
Tell me about your qualifications.
Full Member of The College of Teachers (since 2013). Institute of Education, University of London. Diploma in Higher and Professional Education (MA level), September, 2006. University College London, University of London (SLAIS). MA in Electronic Communication and Publishing, September, 1999. University College London, University of London. M.Phil in Linguistics, March, 1994. University of Reading, Reading, England. B.A. (Honours) in Linguistic Science, Class 2:1, June 1988. Includes French and Italian plus year abroad in France. Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin, Germany. Postgraduate Exchange Scholar, University of London,1992 (one semester - exchange scholarship) Université de Provence, Aix-Marseille I, France. DEUG en Lettres Modernes (15 credits), 1986-1987. Instituto Nacional del Profesorado, Buenos Aires, Argentina. (Teacher-Training College, State Sector), 1980-1981. A Levels: Spanish, French, Italian, German, Russian, Portuguese (A to B), 1981 – 2004. BEC/TEC National Certificate in Computer Studies, 1985. Bachillerato Nacional. Colegio Nacional `José Hernandez’, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1979 (accredited with 12 AS, including Mathematics, by NARIC, UK) Study grant, Library Services Trust, New York (September, 2006) Hungarian language Summer University scholarship, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest (July-August, 2006). Beginner’s Hungarian ELTE certificate. ARELS/British Council Scholarship (Bournemouth International School), 1981.
What kind of experience do you have?
Registered as tutor with the most academic tutor agencies in London (Gabbitas, O-C Tutors, British Home Tutors, Harrison Allen and others).

A note for parents and students: please note that I am an extremely reliable person and keep to the timetable and days chosen. Once we have agreed on a specific date, this becomes binding (if this is what the parent/student wishes). However, block-bookings should be respected and I would prefer to be approached directly, rather than by a "chain" of agencies.

Since 2008 Appointed OCR associate examiner (Spanish). From 2007 Tutor via Osbourne-Cawkwell and British Home Tutors (Spanish and Italian) 2007 (October) Appointed AQA associate examiner (Spanish) 2007 Gabbitas tutor: Academic support in Linguistics and the Humanities. French, Spanish and Italian (GCSE, A level, and SAT II). EFL (TOEFL and IELTS) 2007 (Jan-March) Queen Mary College, University of London (French A level revision within the Widening Participation programme) 2005-2007 Tutor via Executive Language Tutors and Home Tutors, a teachers’ cooperative. Previous teaching experience: 1998 English for Academic Purposes, Łódź Polytechnic, Bielsko-Biała (Anglo Polish Universities Association) 1981-1988 EFL: Oxford Language Centre and the Elizabeth Johnson Foundation (Oxford, Reading and Egham, UK) 1980-1981 EFL: Instituto Superior de Idiomas and Instituto Ideas (Buenos Aires, Argentina) ABES, Bibliographic Agency for Higher Education, France : website pages translation and re-writing, June 2008 King’s College, London, University of London : Portuguese bibliography for Portuguese Studies: A multidisciplinary journal devoted to research on the cultures, societies, and history of the Lusophone world), 2005 – ongoing. // 2006, September A comparative study of subject librarians in New York, academic and cultural institutions (Library Services Trust partial funding) 2006 Research work and material collection, Chicago University Italian Women Writers. Institute of Education, University of London October 2000 – November 2005: Project Work: Youth Justice Board Project: database work and data extraction; Cross-cultural comparisons in infant crying; Greenwich data for teenage pregnancy. Packages used: SPSS (quantitative data). Data coding for questionnaires, data cleaning and cohort data handling (Home Office stats and profiles). Part-time Publications and Information Officer (Librarian to 2004). Maintenance of intranet library pages and database of stock holdings (books and journals). Bibliographic work, Music, Arts and Humanities Department (Prof. Lucy Green) Project Work 2001-2003: E-learning project on BSA delivery via digital TV (MST School), Mirandanet (funding research); Research officer for Skillsforce project (questionnaire administration); Research assistant (School of Psychology, Levels of Supplementary Tuition project); Interim Research Officer for CANDLE (Collaborative and Network Distributed Learning Environment, MST School). Indexer for the British Education Index, Internet Resources (Institute of Education). Institute of Education Library: cataloguer for Curriculum resources and Basic Skills Agency materials as well as academic texts (archive material, dissertations).
How much do you charge?
Ab initio, CE, IGCSE, IB: £50; pre-University (A level, etc), £50, University support and coaching from £55 (Oxbridge coaching by consultation). Please note there is a 30 pound charge should students or guardians request a preliminary interview with no tutoring involved.

Where do you teach?
At the student's house in London (roughly zones 1 and 2). Prepared to discuss in-house and short-term assignments at other locations and abroad. I occasionally teach in Wimbledon and Richmond in London. PLEASE NOTE THAT SKYPE IS AVAILABLE BUT NOT PREFERRED MEDIUM.
When are you available?
At all times, with previous liaising with family/student. Please allow for time between tutees and for travel in London (and other duties). I am teaching weekends and bank holidays (as well as summer holidays) but prefer scheduled tutorials on a regular day if at all possible.
Which ages and levels do you teach?
Prefer to teach 12+ upwards. All levels. Prefer to see a student / pupil through to exam, cumulatively. Specialised in private schools cohorts. Please do not approach me to "write" your essays or "do" your homework for you - at the end of a period of tutoring, I would like you to be able to scaffold your knowledge towards your chosen goal.
Which qualifications do you prepare your students for?
Mainly French and Spanish GCSEs, A levels and Pre-U for the UK and abroad. IB coursework in Romance languages (eg., Spanish and French). American SATs (Spanish and French in particular). IELTS and PET, plus academic support (Linguistics and Humanities). Summer re-takes for undergraduates who are struggling (esp. translation) and getting back to work after the "year abroad" (when you find out that your foreign language skills ought to have improved but haven't).
Do you have an up-to-date DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service, formerly CRB) Certificate?
DBS from 2013 onwards (via Gabbitas).
Do you belong to any professional organisations?
I am a Visiting Research Associate at the Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American Studies Department at King's College London (ranked in the top Uk 5 for Iberian Studies). Also member of the London International Development Centre : "The LIDC facilitates interdisciplinary research and training to tackle complex problems in international development by bringing together social and natural scientists from across the University of London's six Bloomsbury Colleges".
Tell me about some of your current students.
All the information about my students is strictly confidential (in addition to the fact that many students do not wish to reveal that they are receiving supplementary tuition). Nobody has ever not got into the school of their choice, and their grades have always improved (and, more to the point, their engagement with their subject and knowledge).
Do you have a personal message for students?
University competition is fiercer than ever and the gold standard is now AAB (as a minimum). You should regard this as an opportunity to shine, and a tutor on a one-to-one basis will give you the structure and commitment to achieve your aim - the study of a foreign language has never been a soft option (nor is it regarded as such by universities). Apart from earning an uncontested qualification you are onto the "voie royale" to the understanding of literature and culture, so it's time and effort well invested.

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