Help finding a good tutor

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Twotoothbrushes
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Help finding a good tutor

Postby Twotoothbrushes » Mon Jan 15, 2018 11:55 am

I live in Balham and am looking for a good tutor for my daughter who is doing the 11+ later this year. She is bright and hardworking but lacks confidence so we need someone who is patient. I think we probably need maths more than anything but could do with some advice as well as just a tutor. Thanks.
kettlebellmum
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Re: Help finding a good tutor

Postby kettlebellmum » Mon Jan 15, 2018 12:24 pm

Hi Twotoothbrushes

We've always used London Home Tutors, I think they're based in Balham. They have
qualified teachers rather than students and have sent us some really good tutorsover the years

They're all DBS checked etc..
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Re: Help finding a good tutor

Postby Space12 » Thu Jan 18, 2018 5:52 pm

Hi

I can recommend Raz,

she helped prepare my son for the 11+

firstfocuspoint.com

Tel:07958 292211

Good Luck!
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Re: Help finding a good tutor

Postby Marie_Flowers88 » Fri Jan 19, 2018 9:44 am

Hi!

I've had stumbled upon your post because I am too is looking for a maths tutor that will work best for my son. I saw this website online that I think you could add in your options. https://classesatoz.co.uk/az/uk/maths-lessons

Hope that helps!
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Re: Help finding a good tutor

Postby EmilyS » Tue Jan 23, 2018 10:46 am

Hi,

I have used PASS Tutors in the past. They are based in Wandsworth/Balham. My daughter attended their 11+ workshops, she came on so much both academically and in confidence. We were delighted when she gained a place at our chosen school. I believe they also do one-to-one tutoring and offer an advisory service.

They were very professional and friendly.

Hope that's helpful!
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Re: Help finding a good tutor

Postby EmilySW » Mon Jan 29, 2018 11:27 am

We have used Kings Tutors for our two children and their tutors have been a success to date.
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Re: Help finding a good tutor

Postby Teatime Tash » Mon Jan 29, 2018 8:58 pm

Hi.

I run Teatime Tutors based in SW London. Please have a look at my website www.teatimetutors.co.uk for information and testimonials.

I’d be happy to chat with you, my number is 07768768373

Thanks
Tash
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Re: Help finding a good tutor

Postby Hyde Tutoring » Sat Feb 17, 2018 10:05 pm

Hello :)

I run a small tutoring agency. I personally have 100% success rate at getting all children I’ve taught into one of their top choices of schools. We do one-to-one tuition and revision courses (we have one in the Easter holiday and one over the summer).

I also work with a brilliant school consultant who can advise and help with the exam application process. Our school consultant is Charlotte Faber, the ex head mistress of Garden House.

Drop me an email and then we can arrange a chat on the phone.

Look forward to hearing from you,
Charlotte.
charlotte@hydetutoring.com
www.hydetutoring.com