It’s the end of term and we will shortly be saying goodbye to the students who are moving on It’s really hard to say goodbye. But it’s a necessary process if we are to move into the next chapter, you would not read the first chapter of a book over and over again…..so we need… Read More Saying goodbye
Remember when you learnt to climb a tree Remember when you learnt to skip Remember when you learnt to roller skate To learn anything we need to practice, practice, practice and practice again. Remember when you learnt to ride a bike? It took me ages, I remember my dad helping me, I remember nagging anyone… Read More Practice Practice Practice
I thought it may be useful to have a little look into my day as a tutor. Firstly I may have online marking, to manage this alongside my other income streams I get up early and do some before work, it takes me an hour to do one script so can I get 5 done… Read More Tutoring day by day
Side Hustle number 1 of 10 Tutoring is a business that more and more teachers are moving into, imagine being your own boss, planning your lessons around a child’s individual needs and seeing the progress of the child developing week by week. Tutoring was featured in the Guardian, http://www.telegraph.co.uk/education/9026101/Private-tutors-can-earn-thousands.html Although you could make a good… Read More Tutoring as a side Hustle
I have a massive collection of resources that I am now selling to support the tutoring business and to help others who may want to use similar methods. Contact me email@example.com if you are interested or would like me to make you something that you cannot see here; These are supplied on a disc and… Read More Tutoring resources
As a freelance tutor I often work with young children, I also teach early years students and both of these roles are an opportunity for me to share my passion of story sacks. According to the National Literacy Trust ‘A story sack is a large cloth bag containing a favourite children’s book with supporting materials… Read More Storysacks
Although we still work during the summer holidays, and as much as we love teaching, it is very exciting when students complete their year and achieve their grades. Time to wind down and look at the teaching for next year. Planning new schemes of work, more interactive lessons and creative activities. cheers from my gorgeous… Read More ….it’s the moment every teacher dreams of…the last day of teaching for the summer!
This is not one I have made but isn’t he gorgeous? This is my tutoring blog, I started tutoring in 2014, I was working with older students in a training provision when I met a supply teacher who told me about her tutoring business, she told me how much she enjoyed it and that… Read More Angbtutored tutoring services