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Preparing Your Child For School

It may seem a long time away, but before you know it your little one will be putting on their...
Early Years Education

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What Is The Best Age To Start Learning to Read?

In some countries formal education does not begin until the age of 7. Here in the UK, schools...
Early Years Education

Tax credits and child care funding

The cost of childcare can eat up a large chunk of the family budget. Fortunately, there’s plenty...
Early Years Education

Managing Children’s Behaviour in Primary School

How can children learn? How can they focus? How can they make good progress? It is important to...

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    I am specialised for tuition for grammar school entry and primary subjects. As a fully qualified, outstanding teacher and experienced tutor, I love learning, and I love sharing my passion for learning with my students!
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    I am a native English speaker providing English tuition to speakers of other languages. I also provide tuition in writing, comprehension and grammar at English GCSE, KS1, 2, and 3 levels. I can also help with CV preparation.
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    My approach to teaching centres on the philosophy that an understanding of how young minds learn leads to the most effective teaching. I plan structured but imaginative lessons to accommodate learning styles and the personal interests of my pupils.
  • Mrs Thanvi South Woodford, E18 Gold Member

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    Learning is fun if presented in the right way. I provide personalised study programmes tailored just for your child's needs. I use latest research in Child Education, Child Psychology and Teaching Methods as my guidelines.
  • Sue Poskitt Cadeby and Carlton, CV13 Gold Member

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    Hello, My name is Sue Poskitt and I am a qualified Early Years/Primary Teacher. I believe that learning should be fun, thus use a variety of activities in my teaching. All lessons are planned for individual pupils, to ensure personalised learning.
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    The saying is, "No pain, no gain." My method is just the opposite. I like to make learning as easy and enjoyable as possible for both children and adults. If learning is a struggle, come to me and let me take the heat out of the situation.
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Early Years Education Articles

  • Preparing Your Child For School Editor's Pick

    Melissa Wood Early Years Education Tutor (Northampton) Picture It may seem a long time away, but before you know it your little one will be putting on their uniform for their first day of school. With class sizes of 20 – 30 children, one of the most important things you can do for your child before they go to school is help build their confidence in...
  • What Is The Best Age To Start Learning to Read? Editor's Pick

    Jean Le Roi-Smith Early Years Education Tutor (Milton Keynes) Picture In some countries formal education does not begin until the age of 7. Here in the UK, schools begin to teach reading from the age of 4-5 years. Therefore there is a wide variation of opinion as to the "correct" approach. The answer is, it depends on YOUR child! Some three year olds enjoy flash...
  • Managing Children’s Behaviour in Primary School

    Neelam Early Years Education Tutor (Birmingham) Picture How can children learn? How can they focus? How can they make good progress? It is important to get children’s behaviour right first, before any learning can take place. A good teacher knows how to manage children’s behaviour effectively and for this you would use and give sanctions and a...

 

  • Is it ok to learn two languages at the same time?

    Early Years Education Tutor (North West London) Picture Bilingualism is a trendy topic these days, and many family are now bilingual. There are lots of children growing up in a bilingual or multilingual household. Some parents are concerned about whether it is possible for their children becoming bilingual speakers. Would learning two or more...
  • Preparation is key

    Catherine Doyle Early Years Education Tutor (North London) Picture Throughout my years of teaching I have noticed this recurring problem. As teachers we are expected to teach children all of the fundamentals. However there is not much of an emphasis on teaching exam techniques and strategies to use within a test. As I was growing up, I was seen as a "bright...
  • Tax credits and child care funding

    Stephen Woods Early Years Education Tutor (Newcastle upon Tyne) Picture The cost of childcare can eat up a large chunk of the family budget. Fortunately, there’s plenty of help available from the government and employers - from tax credits and tax-free vouchers to free childcare. If you are eligible for Working Tax Credit, it could cover up to 70% of your childcare...