Aston University, Birmingham
The University of Warwick
Information about Louise
Experienced English practitioner, currently working in an Outstanding `all through` school.
I have a talent for hooking pupils` interest and offering engaging ways to make lessons come to life.
I have vast experience working with pupils from all walks of life, including those who have been out of educational settings and those with Special Educational Needs. My particular areas of specialism are working with Gifted & Talented pupils, pupils hovering on the edge of a GCSE pass, and pupils with ASD and/or interaction and communication difficulties.
Vast experience with supporting pupils to achieve their full potential in formal examinations (GCSE and A-Level).
I am a warm, compassionate tutor who easily builds rapport with learners making them feel comfortable enough to thrive rather than just survive.
If your child needs a personalised approach to learning to unlock their success, please get in contact :)
Availability: Mondays from 4:30pm
Tuesdays - all day & after school.
Sunday- all day
Willing to travel: 8 miles
Experience: Over 10 years experience in UK schools working as an English classroom practitioner teaching KS3, 4 and 5.
Experienced Head of English and former Head of Year/Head of House with excellent pastoral care skills.
Fully trained in creating an attachment and trauma aware classroom and offering a personalised learning experience for your child whatever their needs may be.
Masters in Educational Psychology.
Previous experience examining for OCR, AQA and EDUQAS.
Experienced with all UK exam board specifications for English Language and Literature at GCSE level and English Language and Literature A-Level.
Able to offer Walking Talking Mock exams, Mock exam practice and individualised feedback on Mock performance.
As a former Head of English in a Northampton Independent school, I also have experience with 7+ and 11+ and independent school entrance exams and am open to enquiries of this nature.
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