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|Luke Dixon||St Albans, AL1|
|James Heath||Birmingham, B1|
|Gary Mitchell||Bournemouth, BH6|
|Ben Noakes||Brighton or London, BN7|
|Rosalind||Woking, Guildford, GU22|
|Gareth Pr||South Midlands/ SE, HP19|
|Jessica Guise||London, N3|
|Nicholas Prasad||London, N8|
|Abigail Williams||London, N15|
|Frith Taylor||Tottenham, London, N15|
|Tina Hemphill||Banbury, OX16|
|Alexandra Beeley||East Dulwich, SE22|
|English tutor Herne Hill||London, SE24|
|Viv||Victoria & Dorking, SW1|
|Emma Storey||Fulham, London, SW6|
|Yvonne Mason||Powys, and Online, SY15|
|MarcoDeBiasio||King's Cross, WC1|
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- Personal Message
- If you are stressed - ready to quit - I can help you overcome it and achieve what you set out to do. Or, if you want to be pushed, I can run undergraduate seminars that will prepare you for Oxbridge and the seminars at universities such as King's.
- Which subject(s) do you teach?
- My top subjects are English, History and Government and Politics, although I can also do beginners' Latin and French and have taught Biology, R.S., Geography, Travel and Tourism and even Business Management!
- Tell me about your qualifications.
- I have submitted my PhD for examination at King's College London.
I also hold an MA (with distinction) in History and English Literature and a BA (Hons) in English from King's College London.
I have a Cambridge University CELTA (TEFL) qualification.
- What kind of experience do you have?
- I teach every year at Heathfield Summer School, working with students from 8 to 18 years old of as many as twenty-five different nationalities from across the globe. Not only do I enjoy working with the younger groups, from beginner to advanced level English speakers, I also teach a pre-university course that incorporates history, literature, geography, and science. I also hold the Inglis Prize at King's College London University, awarded for receiving the highest Masters grade in the year; the prize entails teaching undergraduates in the English Department. My PhD student profile can be viewed at:
I convene the King's College London summer course on Jane Austen's England; having devised and written the undergraduate course, I teach it every summer at King's.
During the rest of the year, I have a number of private students and teach or have taught English, History and Politics to GCSE and A Level; Geography, Religious Studies, and Combined Science to GCSE; French for beginners; and Latin to Common Entrance levels, in addition to a range of study skills. I have also had experience working with students with ADHD, ADD, Asperger's and dyslexia of varying degrees.
I tailor my lessons according to the student's needs, personality and their required approach: I can either work in an academically demanding and serious manner, or can emphasise learning through play, experience and creativity - and fun! The approach that I employ for helping a student with entrance to Oxbridge is very different from the ways in which I encourage and support a disaffected child or teenager struggling with a skill or a particular subject. It is wonderful to work with a student and witness them transform, gaining in confidence and discovering what he or she is really able to achieve.
If your daughter or son is aiming to study BA History or English at a Russell Group university, I will challenge them in the manner that we employ in a tutorial for undergraduates at King's College London, with the aim of helping them to unlock the very best of their academic potential. I have kept all my old school work, including revision notes, from Year 9 upwards, which can be very helpful for students who need assistance in revision techniques, or who wish to read examples of essays.
In addition to teaching an undergraduate course at King's College London, I tutor full time and have done so for nearly seven years.
In terms of personal experience, as a young teenager, finishing school seemed beyond my grasp: I was unhappy and disaffected and only saved in education by a marvellous history and English teacher, who inspired confidence and excited me about learning, demonstrating the strength of the relationship between a student's passion and ability and the quality and nature of the teaching that they receive. From there, I went on to receive full marks in most of my A2s, a First in English at King's College London, and a Distinction in an MA in History and English. I will soon hold a PhD in English research!
I hold season tickets at Arsenal, although my main team sport is rugby: I play for Newbury WRFC and Berkshire Ladies. I also own a young event horse; we compete in affiliated British Eventing. Horse sport is my primary passion and so I tend to live in jodhpurs and boots. Because of my interest in sport, I find that this gives me a common ground with lots of my students. I am also interested in the arts and enjoy the theatre and going to galleries, so I tend to find something to bond over with each student!
- How much do you charge?
- I charge £40 per hour for a single student and £50 per hour for pairs. For small group work, I charge £25 per person per hour.
It is only £35 per hour if the student travels to me to work in my study at home.
Please book early for peak periods at Christmas and Easter!
Please note, having been fully-booked for 2012/2013 academic year, I am now taking new students ready for 2013/2014.
- Where do you teach?
- I have clients all round the Berkshire/Hampshire/Wiltshire area and teach at home and will travel to students' houses.
Towns include: Newbury, Thatcham, Kingsclere, Reading, and Andover.
- When are you available?
- I am available to work during the day as well as in the evening, ensuring that I can support home-schooled children as well as adults seeking to further their education at home or at work. However, I tend to leave my weekends free of regular weekly lessons: I play so much sport that I like to preserve the weekends for emergency lessons before exams or to catch up missed lessons due to students' illness, or else I end up moving lessons due to dressage times or kick off times for rugby!
- Which ages and levels do you teach?
- I teach age 10 to adult.
- Which qualifications do you prepare your students for?
- I help prepare students for university exams, including dissertations; I also do all school exams, including ISEB entrance exams and 11/13+.
- Do you have an up-to-date DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service, formerly CRB) Certificate?
- I hold a CRB check for Heathfield Summer School, Ascot, which is being updated to a DBS.
- Describe your arrangements for online tutoring.
- I use skype on my ipad for communicating, as well as asking students to email me work for me to correct fulsomely. I also accept and will send scans of work for marking and correction, supported by a follow-up skype chat. I ask students to pay me by online banking at the start of the lesson.
- Where and with whom did you train?
- I have spent eight years at King's College London, training to teach undergraduates and learning what the Head of English demands from applicants to a Russell Group university. I am also lucky enough to have a fantastically experienced Director of Studies at Heathfield Summer School; our DOS runs weekly input sessions on teaching methods and good practice.
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