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Teenage Tutor



Posted by: William Lincolnshire Posts: 1

Hi Parents!

I am a 16-year-old student currently studying A-Levels and I am looking into doing some tutoring for younger students in the summer holidays. I would be putting myself out there for tutoring in maths and physics since I am studying both of these at A-Level and achieved A* for both at GCSE. I also tutor students at school in Maths so I am fairly experienced in basic tutoring.

My main outset is not to gain money but that could be a plus. I'm perfectly willing to do it voluntarily as it's good for university applications. It would mainly be aimed at children aimed 11-16 due to what I can teach and the level at which I can support students.

I am also aware there are limitations around SEN learning, I would actively refuse offers should I become aware that the child was SEN.

I would just like your opinions. Do you think it's a good idea? Would you want someone like me to tutor a child of yours? Any opinions on anything are welcome.

Thanks!

Complain About This Post Posted: 24/Mar/18 at 22:05:22



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