If you live within 10 miles of Wolverhampton, WV8, you can book the Maths/ It tutor for one-to-one home tuition either at you own home or at the home of the tutor. Make your enquiry by email, or telephone between 8am and 12pm Monday to Friday, or by telephoning to leave a message.
Charges per hour, per student are:
There is no extra charge for travelling up to 5 miles distance from Wolverhampton, WV8. There is an additional charge for travelling outside this area.
Private tuition is offered as a service and, subject to arrangement, is available in these subjects at these levels:
These subjects are also available at Adult Entry Level.
Tuition in IT/ICT/Computer Science is offered to A-Level or Level 3 by special arrangement, depending on the specific topics you are doing in IT and for programming in these programming languages:
This information relates to 1 tutor: the Maths/IT tutor (Wolverhampton) and availability is limited.
The tutor is qualified to degree level in Computer Science, A-Level in Maths and GCSE in 6 other subjects. The tutor is DBS checked and a member of The Tutors' Association, with classroom experience and 6 years teaching one-to-one, both children and adults.1.
I graduated from Wolverhampton University in 2006, having spent time also in secondary school courtesy of the University's Student Associate Scheme. In addition, I've experienced one-to-one work in adult education delivering literacy, numeracy and maths.
I have previously worked in industry, but now devote my full-time to private tuition.
Lessons can be arranged weekdays between 2pm and 9pm. If telephoning, please phone between 9am and 1pm or after 9pm, or else leave a message.
Page updated: 18/02/2017
All sessions will be prepared and that preparation will have reference to recognised schemes of work, the National Curriculum or an exam specification as appropriate. I work with adults and children. It could be that you want to catch up with school work or improve your abilities so that you can get on better at school, or improve your prospects of obtaining a good grade in exams. You might want to upgrade your skills to make progress at work or to prepare for a new job, or you may want to add to your qualifications as a private candidate. It is always my aim to foster as far as possible your understanding and independence in the subject you are studying, making each session count toward achieving your goal.
There will be ongoing evaluation. I can, of course, formally report my evaluation from time to time, although, in my experience, students quickly become aware of how they are doing - a characteristic, perhaps, of working one-to-one. It's a good thing, I think, if even younger students can express for themselves the nature and degree of their own progress. I encourage this. Working in private tuition demands a professional approach - there really is no other option. Homework from school can be discussed but cannot be done, actually, during sessions and similarly with course work. It simply does not profit you, the student, to have work done for you or to be told exactly what to do. It is, after all, all about your development, your understanding and your abilities. It's about your future.
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