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Improving the uptake of Geography at GCSE

The importance of geography is clearly documented. It is a subject with the ability to provide...
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Why I find Human & Physical geography fascinating

A train journey to Chengdu! China has one of the biggest and busiest railway networks in the...
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Why Geography Rocks!

If you are looking at getting tutoring then you have probably already chosen to do Geography at...
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How I Became a Tutor

When I was a form tutor in a secondary school, I was often helping my students with questions...

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    Graduated from Oxford in 2016 with a degree in History, and start an MA in International Studies at SOAS in September 2017. Currently working part-time at London-based NGO. I am approachable, flexible and enthusiastic.
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    I am a professional oboist, and have been a music teacher and tutor for the past ten years. I teach music so it is enjoyable and fun, alongside grades and challenging pieces, to nurture musicianship in each pupil.
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    As a student, little came easy for me; I learned the hard way. I am young enough to remember my struggles and old enough to know better. I know how to bridge that gap for my tutees.
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GCSE Geography Articles

  • Why I find Human & Physical geography fascinating

    GCSE Geography Tutor (South West London) Picture A train journey to Chengdu! China has one of the biggest and busiest railway networks in the world, linking almost every town and city. And unlike most westerners who travel this huge country, we spent our overnight train journey to the panda city of Chengdu with the local people sitting on...
  • Improving the uptake of Geography at GCSE Editor's Pick

    GCSE Geography Tutor (Newcastle upon Tyne) Picture The importance of geography is clearly documented. It is a subject with the ability to provide knowledge of the world’s contemporary challenges, to provide understanding of our relationship with the world’s resources (Hopkin and Lambert 2011), and to equip young people with the skills to help...
  • How I Became a Tutor

    GCSE Geography Tutor (South East London) Picture When I was a form tutor in a secondary school, I was often helping my students with questions they had about other subjects. I would explain things that they hadn't understood in the lessons. Some students then asked me for extra help outside of school time, and that is how I became a tutor.

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  • Why Geography Rocks!

    GCSE Geography Tutor (Exeter) Picture If you are looking at getting tutoring then you have probably already chosen to do Geography at either GCSE or A-level, so I won’t waste time giving you all of the propaganda that your subject teachers will already have fed you in order to get you onto their courses. Although, most of what they...