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Really good teacher. Recommended.
David has been fantastic. He has a real knack for teaching and has made difficult maths make sense. He shows us clear updates about progress and has improved our predicted grade in the mocks. 1 to 1 tutors can teach so much more than they learn in school without all the distractions of other pupils.
David tutored my sister over a few sessions to prepare her for a professional teachers numeracy assessment. Having previously failed it she passed and was very complimentary in Davids tuition. Definitely recommend!
I would never recommend this tutor called David. I have complained to Tutor Hunt about David and they have noted all my complaints. Firstly, David raised the price of the lesson from £27 to £28 an hour, and he never had any change if I paid in notes - so he always owed me money (but I was the parent paying him). Most importantly, David never gave us the impression that he actually wanted to tutor and this came across in his attitude and in his teaching. He would not let us see any of the work that our child had actually done with him so we did not know if our child was even progressing, nor would he leave any of our child`s work behind for him to keep and for him/us as parents to look over. It was our child`s work and he should have been able to keep it for his own reference and for revision in the future. We paid for this. David kept hassling me to book lessons with him, but literally only a few hours after I had committed to these lessons he gave me very short notice that he was cancelling his tutoring altogether. David was very rude and his tone was very unpleasant and upsetting.
Tutors Response :
I taught Alfie between May and July 2019. He was an exemplary student and we worked at a Grade 9 GCSE level- I was very proud of this work which was on view at the end of each session.
Christa said that she would give me `excellent` feedback and I have all this evidence on texts. However she never did because she wanted the arrangement to stay confidential.
During this time, a mutual decision was made that instead of paying £35 to Tutorhunt via the booking system, she would pay £28 to me. This was a violation of terms and conditions and we were both guilty of this. The comment that on one occasion I didn`t have £2 change with me is true.
The last session I taught was 8th July. At the beginning of September I messaged her and this is where things dramatically changed. I explained that I would be raising my fee to £30. She seemed to find this rude (although £30 to £50 is the going rate for Higher GCSE). Bizarrely,she demanded his old book of 8 weeks earlier which I had archived.
I rapidly decided that I was not the tutor for her and on 6th September informed her that work commitments were very steep but not that other families were wanting my support. She took great Umbridge at this and has carried on this grievance, posting her feedback on 9th October.
I know Alfie will do brilliantly, whether he has another good tutor or not.
I am very disappointed Friends and fellow tutor colleagues agree that I made the correct decision for me in terminating my work for her.