My lessons are geared towards those in Primary and KS3. I can also offer GCSE tutoring as I took my GCSE in the New Grading system last year. My teaching style is very flexible and I will devise a separate lesson plan based on each student according to what they are learning and what they feel they are struggling with. I am also able to provide many resources, such as revision cards and worksheets.
I have been giving lessons for 2 years and have taught 3 students. In maths A level I'm predicted an A and at GCSE I achieved an 8 (A*). In my science, GCSEs I achieved Grade 9s. I enjoy maths and would like to share my love with others.
I am a hardworking individual and a quick learner. Responsibility comes naturally to me and I also enjoy meeting new people. I take instruction but am also self motivated and can use my own initiative.
I attend Hinchley Wood Secondary School and Sixth Form in year 12 and I will take my A levels in June 2020.
English Literature: Grade 7
English Language: Grade 7
Maths: Grade 8
Further Maths: Grade A
Dual Science: Grades 9-9
Drama: Grade 8
German: Grade 7
History: Grade 9
A Level Predicted Grades-
Maths- A History- A* Psychology- A*
As my extracurricular activities I participate in ‘Speech and Drama” exams with LAMDA. In which I have received Distinction in Grades 1-7 and these exams have helped me to become an outgoing and confident individual. I also have Musical Theatre grades 3-6 with Distinction as well.
I have performed at Sadler’s Wells, The 02 Indigo, Her Majesty’s Theatre and at The Richmond Theatre. This means I can work well in a group and know the importance of perfection and can deal with a fast paced environment.
I am also a part of Girlguiding which involves working as a team. Some examples of the activities we do are learn how to budget money, computer skills, cooking and we also fundraise at many summer fetes.
I am part of a choir where we sing at an old people’s home at Christmas every year, this has given me a greater understanding on how to deal with people from all walks of life.
With my school, I also participated in a High Achievers Programme where we produced a ‘mini PHD’ that was working at degree standard in Psychology and Humanities. For this, I achieved a “first” and at Kings College London and I was also presented with a highly commended distinction.
At school, I have previously been Chair of the school council and I am currently an ambassador for the Languages Department and a tutor for younger pupils.
I have previously tutored 3 students in Maths, Science, History and English. I have been tutoring for 2 years and those that I have tutored have performed extremely well in their end of year assessments in KS3. My tutoring would be aimed at those in primary and secondary, including GCSE.
Harriet would be a trustworthy tutor because she is reliable, friendly and she has also got a good sense of humor. She is very organised and is good at explaining things so people can understand
Very friendly, reliable and good at explaining. A good knowledge of the subject too.
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