I have 23 years teaching experience of maths and science. I love learning and delight in seeing others learn also and gain success though supportive challenge and the belief each young person is capable of more than they often realize.
- Which subject(s) do you teach?
Math's and science up to GCSE.
- Tell me about your qualifications.
BSc Hons Physics and Geology (1985)
PGCE science, physics specialism 11-19 (1992)
MA Education: Child development; Learning; Teaching and assessment (1998)
Teaching Math's A-level South Bank Uni. (2007)
Coaching and mentoring level 5. (2009)
Certificated as an Ontological coach. (2011)
Certified as a transformational Coach (2012)
- How much do you charge?
£35 an hour.
- Where do you teach?
Palmers Green, Winchmore Hill, Southgate, East Barnet, Muswell Hill, Crouch End, Wood Green, Finchley and Enfield N8, N10 , N11, N12, N13, N14, N22.
- When are you available?
- Which ages and levels do you teach?
9 - 17
- Which qualifications do you prepare your students for?
GCSE and KS3 math's and science. With a focus on improving understanding, developing useful skills, and supporting the student to be increasingly confident in their abilities and working within the subjects.
For year 6 to year 8 students I have a wide range of resources and activities (from having worked in a wide variety of settings) that can support students who for some reason may not find either subject engaging, stimulating or as a parent you want to widen or broaden their understanding.
- Describe your arrangements for online tutoring.
Skype. We agree the subject area before and I am email material or want to see scanned in subject material the student wants to cover
- Do you have a personal message for students?
I offer all my studetns challenege and space to work things out for themslves. For some students the support I provide is to wait quietly for the student work something out and resposnd. For other students it might be to challenege them or for me teach them differently to their previuos teachers or tutors dome this brings the success and understadning that has beeen missing up to now.
Be prepared to work hard. I will aim to teach you new and more powerful tools and understanding both about the subject and yourelf than you might not normally get in school.
- What kind of experience do you have?
22 years teaching as a secondary teacher.
5 years as a private tutor.
5 years as a trainer for 'GRIT' ('Youth at Risk')
4 years outreach teaching (teaching children in their homes who are unable to attend school()
I have been a head of math's and second in science in secondary schools. I have taught A level math's and physics.
I have worked with mathematicians from Cambridge on school projects.
I have used and been trained in both the CAME and CASE programs of cognitive acceleration (Kings College).
I have coaching experience and have used cognitive behavioural approaches with young people in the classroom.
I have worked in several large secondary schools (10 years), several pupil referral units ( 2 years), a school for emotional, behaviourally and socially challenged boys (3 years) and adolescent psychiatric units (5 years).
- Do you have an up-to-date DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service, formerly CRB) Certificate?
- Where and with whom did you train?
Institute of education PGCE
Open Universtiy MA
South Bank University, Math's A level teaching
- Do you belong to any professional organisations?
The Tutors' Association
- Tell me about some of your current students.
I am tutoring students from ages 7 to 16. Several are taking their GCSE this summer.
For some of my students they have had difficuties at school and my role is to work with them to increase their confidence, abilities and self estem through teaching them maths and science.
• Physcis and Geology BSc (Hons)
• PGCE 11-18. Science. Masters in education.
• The Tutors' Association
Y10 GCSE double science. Clem was with us for around 2 terms and David enjoyed his sessions and always learnt something. Clem was able to focus on whichever area of the syllabus we thought would be useful, and I felt that the learning that was going on was good, and was related to the exams. My son did well in his June exams (which where retakes) and I am sure that Clem really helped here. Clem also provided non syllabus help, for example on skills and exam techniques.
Ewan liked him very much, he is dyslexic and Clem found a way to motivate him. Ewan has achieved his target and I think that Clem helped him to think before he answered any questions. I have no doubts about recommending Mr Browne as a tutor and feel free to call me if you need any more information on this matter.
Engaging and inspiring tutor
Clem is a very experienced teacher who is particularly adept at tailoring work to each student's particular strengths and weaknesses. He is enthusiastic about his subject and communicates complex concepts with clarity, in a way that is easy for his student to both understand and remember. He also has experience of working with young people with challenging behaviour and learning difficulties and is therefore able to effectively teach students of all abilities. He has taught
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