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Maths and Further Maths Tutor in Harrow (IGCSE, GCSE, A-level)

Sue Lin Vazeille IGCSE Maths Tutor (Harrow)

Sue Lin Vazeille Gold Member

  • Greenhill (HA3)
  • Last Logged In: 15 Jun 2018
  • Sex: Female
  • Can Travel To: Barnet, Brent
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  • Professional Qualification MBA (Distinction)
  • Professional Qualification 1st Class Honours - Economics and International Business Management/ICSA
  • Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS, formerly CRB) Check CRB in 2006 - Volunteered in Wembley Primary School as Teaching Assistant
  • References References are available upon request


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Personal Message
Every child has potential to do well - We must guide them, provide them encouragement, kindness and the environment to succeed.

To my students sitting their papers starting next week, let me tell you I have faith in each and every one of you.
Which subject(s) do you teach?
Maths, Further Maths for KS2 11* 13* KS3 GCSE IGCSE and A Level
Science -Additional and Triple GCSE IGCSE
Science KS2 KS3
Entrance exams 7+ 11+ 13+
Tell me about your qualifications.
MBA ( Distinction)

Part Time Tutor to Undergraduates in Maths; English

1st Class Honours Economics and International Business Management

ICSA Professional Qualification
What kind of experience do you have?
It is a most rewarding 16 year journey together for me and all my students who have learnt with me, still learning with me and I want to say a big thank you to every student and their families for the coffees and teas and even dinner! For many students, it started as a chore, a struggle, a pain but they soon realise that they can do math and it is amazing to see the happiness on their faces. They can understand Physics and the other Sciences! There’s where the joy of learning begins. There will be times when the going is tough but the effort you put is what matters the most to me. It's inspiration from me as a tutor, but I know that the hard work is always done by my students as they gain more and more confidence through the weeks and months. The process is different for each and every student and hence I always prepare my lessons specifically tailored to the student. have had a most wonderful 'job' for more than 16 years! It has been very very rewarding, fun and memorable I celebrate with my students when they do well and encourage them when they stumble;like we all do from time to time. It matters a lot to me as a tutor that they give their best and that the student understands that we improve as we learn and we never stop learning in life.

Meeting up from time to time with my former students, I am glad to know that my approach to learning has made a difference in how they view learning and excelling in both exams and in life.

I taught my own three boys Science, Maths and French. I always insist on the element of fun. Enjoying what we do is key to acing it. The other thing I ask of them and my students is when it is time to work, give your all; focus. Having the right attitude to learning is very important.That's how my eldest is in the top 10% of his cohort each year in Medical School, my second son in Aerospace Engineering in a Russell Group university in London and my youngest with his 9A*s in his IGCSE and now happily preparing for his journey into medical school too.
How much do you charge?
Please see the Fees Section for corresponding subjects.

Group tuition for GCSE MATHS - £12/hour Availability is few
Where do you teach?
I teach at home; at students' homes

I cover mostly Harrow-on-the Hill, South Harrow, North Harrow, Pinner, Kenton, Kingsbury, Wembley, Stanmore

I try my best to accommodate students whenever I am teaching in a particular area on a particular day of the week.

Driving time - about 15 minutes.
When are you available?
Mornings, Evenings - Mondays to Saturdays

Sundays, negotiable.

I travel to Singapore and France occasionally during school breaks/holidays to visit my families. When I am in London, I conduct booster lessons ( Any students can join,just for the booster classes - email me ).

In fact, half term and term breaks are the best times to improve oneself and to study ahead. Many students do extra hours during this time.
Which ages and levels do you teach?
I am taking on mostly KS2, 11*, 13* onwards up to GCSE & A Level for the next academic year. It will be helpful if a postcode can be provided to ensure that I can cover your area if I am to teach at students'. If you are interested please contact me asap as my schedule normally gets full before the start of the new academic year.

Due to the huge number of enquiries I receive every year, I have started group tuitions so that my teaching can benefit more students.
Whichever the preference, one-to-one tutoring or group learning, my standard of teaching stays high.
Which qualifications do you prepare your students for?
KS2, KS3
7+ 11+13+
Do you have an up-to-date DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service, formerly CRB) Certificate?
Not a recent one but I had a CRB in 2006 when I volunteered in my youngest son's primary school as a Teaching Assistant.
Where and with whom did you train?
I worked at my university as a Part Time Tutor.

I was a partner in tuition centre.

I have ‘tutored’ and encouraged my sons from young on how to approach a subject/topic/issue; the ways to learn new things,to have the curiosity and open mindedness to want to know more, to investigate further.; to question. I taught them to be able to analyse independently hence enabling them the capacity to plan and structure their answers to any exam question with confidence no matter how tough it may seem to be. This is the same approach for my students.
Tell me about some of your current students.
I am pleased with all my students as I can see how much they have improved and are getting the grades/working towards it. They are much more confident in their studies when not so long ago, they were struggling in class. I see them jump levels in Science, Maths and French and the joy and sense of accomplishment as they tell me the good news.

An example is a young boy in Year 5, who was overjoyed to have won the prize for French for year 5 and 6 combined.

I am very proud of a student, a foster care child. He worked really hard and was so happy to have proven his teachers wrong by doing amazingly well in his GCSEs.

Education for me is to better ourselves in knowledge and as a person.
Do you have a personal message for students?