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English and maths tuition in Lausanne

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Date added: 07 Mar 2019

Hello everyone.

I am a dedicated, reliable and enthusiastic full-time tutor. I specialise in all core subjects at primary level and secondary school English and maths. My experience stems from seven years 1-1 private tutoring for families locally and abroad via online tuition.

In terms of how I tutor, I go through topics in detail and try to relate real life examples to help students' understanding and to make subjects more fun. I regularly ask questions throughout tuition to gauge retention and help build confidence. Pupils are more often than not surprised by what they remember and this reassures them in their ability moving forward.

I provide regular feedback on student progress to parents throughout tuition and a learning plan is put in place from the initial lesson and first meeting. I have a number of parent testimonials on my website and have extensive experience in online tuition. Tutoring is, as it always should be, adapted to the specific needs of each young person.

- Which subject(s) do you teach?

Maths and English (Key stage 1 and 2 / primary) - this includes SATs.
School entrance exam preparation.
Key Stage 3 - English and maths.
GCSE / IGCSE - English and maths.
Entrance exams for selective schools including the 7+, 9+, 11+ & 13+.

- Where do you teach?

I teach at student homes, at my home and in and around Lausanne. I also tutor online 5 days a week.

- When are you available?

I teach throughout the week but certain days are allocated for online tuition only. Short-term tuition and holiday revision block sessions can be arranged but please book in advance for these. Saturday mornings and afternoons are available but I only tutor online on Sundays.

Excellent references upon request.

Please contact me at info@beamtuition.co.uk or +44 01392581737 to find out more or to arrange a first lesson.