£25 per hour
I have been a teacher since 1990, a Head of Department for English and then a Deputy Head. Currently I work as a researcher for a University and also as a tutor. I can teach English Language through to A level and literature through to University level. History I also teach through to University level and teach history at a University presently. I am a published author, most recently with a biography on the Saxon King: Harold Harefoot and I regularly work for CGP publishers working on the revision guides. I can also teach Religious Studies. I run a Podcast on Itunes called 'The Teller' so you could check me out on that! It gives me a chance to showcase some of my own stories, which I have developed over the years - sometimes with my students for whom I run Creative Writing courses.
Qualifications - I have a BEd (Hons) degree at 2:1 Level, and MA in Cultural History and an MA in Christian Theology. In addition I have the TEFL Diploma.
As a tutor I am patient and friendly - I listen to what you need and keep lessons tightly focussed.
Very supportive and a good teacher. Lessons are always focused to your needs !!aks
Great, easy to follow tutition and interesting facts/topicsegor
Hi, my name is Ella and I'm approaching my a level exams. I would find a bit of extra help very useful because I'm doing this A level through distance learning. I want to achieve at least a B, and get into the university of my choice (my offer is BBB). My specification is AQA 7702. Help with effectively tackling the question is much needed. If you think you can help, I am willing to pay for online sessions in the run up to my exams (14th June, 20th June) so please reply to this message.
I am looking for some assistance on my dissertation from a tutor in Glasgow. I feel as though I am not getting enough support from my university tutor and I really need some extra guidance. My dissertation is a quantitative research project about the effects of priming.
How do the tutors check creative writing and other writing exercises given to the primary students, as they are not good in typing their answers.