As a secondary school teacher, I teach Latin, ancient Greek, and RS from beginners to advanced levels. My aim as a tutor is to engage my students so that they are able to achieve their best possible outcome. I have also tutored university students in addition to primary and secondary school pupils, therefore I have experience of working towards individual goals at all levels. In addition to tutoring students for particular subjects, I have also assisted students who have been working towards admissions assessments at 11+ and 13+.
Victoria's last completed A Level Classical Greek job with Mercy E: 1-2 hrs/week - We are two mature students looking to sit A level Classical Greek summer 21. We sat GCSE in 2018. We need help with grammar revision, prose composition and OCR exam structure - tips on exam revision, past paper including marking.
Victoria's last review in A Level Classical Greek from Mercy E: Just what I needed; solid instruction in grammar and syntax by an expert. Thank you, Victoria.
Over the past two years I have tutored students regularly in Latin, Ancient Greek, Classics, English Literature and Essay writing. I am familiar with the OCR syllabuses for Latin, Greek and Classics both at GCSE and A-level, and have developed my own resources designed to tackle set texts, unseen passages, translation from English into Latin/Greek and to reach the required level of grammatical understanding. I have also tutored a pupil for Latin IB, including the research dossier. During university, I took up Latin and Ancient Greek from scratch, so I can vividly understand the frustrations and difficulties which arise when learning Ancient languages. This has made me explore alternative methods of learning vocabulary and improving grammar through texts, rather than tables.
I have tutored pupils who need to gain top grades to take up their Oxbridge offers, and pupils struggling at school in need of extra support. As such, I develop my resources and teaching methods depending on the individual needs, aims and interests of the students. I am able to provide exam-style passages, vocabulary tests and writing tasks if desired.
During my final year of University, I volunteered in a local primary school on a programme called 'Literacy through Latin', teaching latin to a group of year six pupils, particularly those eligible for pupil premium. The project aims to use Latin to improve literacy, and so I developed latin games, exercises and creative projects. For this project I received training from the Kings College London education department.
In addition to these regular students, I have tutored pupils for competition essays, including those for the St John's College Oxford prize and the Mary Renault Prize, encouraging high-achieving pupils to think creatively and write fluently. I also have experience tutoring a mature graduate Psychology student in essay writing skills, helping them to improve their writing style ahead of a final dissertation.
My teaching combines exceptional subject knowledge with a broad range of experience, which enables pupils of all abilities to achieve the best results they are capable of. I have successfully encouraged a huge range of pupils to take Latin, Greek and Classical Civilisation on to A Level, and to pursue the study of Classics at University, and at Oxbridge in particular. I have a wealth of experience in preparing students for public examinations in all areas of the Classical curriculum, however I also place great emphasis on their development beyond the syllabus, by developing critical thinking skills, independence of mind, the ability to debate, and the confidence needed to conduct their own research for the EPQ
45 yrs teaching to all levels in the UK and abroad. University lecturer in Ancient Greek and Religious Studies since 1990 with extensive experience supporting non-native students at undergraduate and post-graduate levels. Experienced secondary school teacher of languages and humanities, and examiner with several boards. Numerous teaching posts as a private tutor at Common Entrance, secondary and tertiary level (English, foreign languages and humanities), all leading to improved grades and exam success. As the primary carer of a child with special learning needs (Asperger's Syndrome and Dyslexia), I built a home-education programme at primary level, and taught/supervised the learning of key subjects up to GCSE and A level. My pupils have been of all ages, from nursery to retirement and feedback has been consistently and warmly positive.
Jenny's last completed A Level Classical Greek job with Khalida: 1-2 hrs/week - Greek language is main area of focus
I have contributed to the teaching of core Greek history modules at Magdalen College, Oxford, and have provided face-to-face tutoring on an informal basis for a number of clients over the last five years.
Christopher's last completed A Level Classical Greek job with Khalida: 1-2 hrs/week - Greek language is main area of focus
I have lots of experience tutoring from 11+ to A-level pupils and have always been able to work out the method that works best for each individual pupil. This comes from my extensive experience working with children, including volunteering at a local school, running a sports club for local children and volunteering on a holiday for underprivileged and disabled children. I'm also working part-time as a community football coach, which enables me to understand how pupils think and to which method of learning they are best suited.
Harry's last completed A Level Classical Greek job with Mercy E: 1-2 hrs/week - We are two mature students looking to sit A level Classical Greek summer 21. We sat GCSE in 2018. We need help with grammar revision, prose composition and OCR exam structure - tips on exam revision, past paper including marking.
I have been tutoring for three years, and have consistently received 5 star reviews on the Spires platform. I genuinely love my subject, so if you'd like help with Latin, Greek, English, History, Class Civ, or History of Art, then I have the enthusiasm to help drive you to achieve your goals.
If you are seeking help editing or proofreading an essay/dissertation, then look no further. I've had professional experience proofreading articles destined for publication in a financial magazine, as well as having a 3000 word feature published, so I can be a useful extra set of eyes!
I have extensive experience in the education sector. As an undergraduate, I undertook tutoring work preparing students for Oxbridge entrance. Furthermore, I was employed by a local school as a debating coach, providing intensive one-on-one training as well as more general sessions. My students won one national competition, and reached the finals of several others. I also volunteered with an educational charity, working with local disadvantaged school children. In London I have undertaken tutoring work alongside my legal studies, preparing students for Oxbridge entrance, the 11+, Latin, Greek and History A Level, and Theology, History and English Literature GCSE.
I prepare carefully for lessons, and flatter myself that I am swift in the identification of any particular difficulties. I am enthusiastic, and like - whenever possible - to impart some of my enthusiasm for my subjects to my students. I am approachable, but firm when necessary.
I have taught at the University of Notre Dame Australia which scores first in Teaching. There I regularly received high teaching evaluations, letters of merit and commendation from Deans and the Vice Chancellor. I came in the top percentile for excellence in teaching (UNIJOBS 2013). I have over seven years full-time teaching experience as well as tutoring one-on-one and online. I have tutored advanced high school students, undergraduate and supervised postgraduate dissertations.
My teaching and research areas of expertise are: philosophy of religion, epistemology, free-will, critical thinking and informal logic.
I have taught Latin, Greek, English, and French to the equivalent of GCSEs and A-levels in Italy for two years. With GuruMe, I have successfully prepared InChan (aged 13) in Latin and French for his Radley and Winchester Election exams.
My approach is to assist students in developing their own ways of learning. I try not to feed them with knowledge straightaway, but rather to help them get to the answer themselves. Having said this, I am always happy to provide students with in-depth knowledge and assist them in their learning path.