A Maidenhead-based A level teacher to your home or online

Our A level Tutors in Maidenhead are all fully-qualified teachers, who also offer their skills as high-quality home tutors. All are subject-specialists, professional, reliable, and are up-to-date with Examination Boards and the current demands of a changing curriculum. Lessons are taught at your home or online and are scheduled at your convenience; whether weekdays, evenings or weekends.

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Some of our A level teachers in Maidenhead

Louise S

PGCE Secondary Science, University of Nottingham (2002). MChem 2:1 (Hons) Chemistry, University of Salford (2001).

Member since 2016 Miss Louise S

Currently in my 19th year of teaching. Have previously been head of department but now focus solely on teaching Chemistry to GCSE and A Level, as I felt having a management role detracted from my love of teaching. Alongside teaching, I have been tutoring for 16 years. I was an A Level examiner for AQA to help understand mark schemes in order to aid my teaching back when I first qualified. I am also a form tutor for year 12 & 13 so I have good knowledge of the UCAS application process.

Subjects: Science, Chemistry, Key Stage 4, A level, GCSE, Key Stage 3

Ronan G

PGCE Modern Foreign Languages, French and German, University of Bristol (2011) Certificate of English Language to Adults, Oxford House College (2008) Licences Langues Etrangères Appliquées, Université Lille III (1998)

Member since 2019 Mr Ronan G

Qualified and experienced teacher of Modern Languages teacher, currently teaching French at teh Fulston Manor School, Sittingbourne. Teaches French from Primary and Prep through to A level. Native French speaker; fluent in English. PGCE Modern Languages, French and German, Bristol University (2011). Certificate of English Language Teaching to Adults, Oxford House College (2008). Licence Langues Etrangères Appliquées, Université Lille III (1998)

Subjects: French, Spanish, German, GCSE, A level

Sarah W

Cert TESOL 1997 Trinity College London RSA Level IV Higher Diploma in Administrative Procedures with German 1991 BA(Hons) Degree in European Studies with French and German 1990 University of Kent, First in German

Member since 2016 Miss Sarah W

Experienced teacher/tutor of French, German, English, English Literature and ESOL. I have taught GCSE German to sixth formers with my best student gaining an A*. I have been lecturing in German for a year at Anglia Ruskin in Cambridge and received excellent feedback across all levels - from beginners through to intermediate. I have successfully coached German at GCSE with my student gaining a prize for the most improved and at beginners level where I was complimented on my varied material and warm, friendly manner. I am currently teaching advanced ESOL online and English Language to year 6 with reading comprehensions and fun grammar SPaG lessons with computer games which the children really enjoy and look forward to. I have several summer schools in experience. I am also coaching in French GCSE which I have also taught in school, tailormaking the lessons to suit the student's needs. He has greatly improved with my help, As of February 2021 I am tutoring German as part of the NTP with great success.

Subjects: French, German, EFL or ESL, GCSE, Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4, A level

Liz G

Master of Education, University of Cambridge (2012). Postgraduate Certificate in Online and Distance Education (2011). PGCE Geography, University of London (1996). BA (Hons) Combined Studies; Geography and Sports Science, University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne (1994).

Member since 2019 Ms Liz G

Passionate and enthusiastic Educationalist. Teacher of GCSE & A-level Geography. Extensive experience of writing and producing curriculum content/resources (via a range of rich, interactive multi-media, for example digital video, games, infographics & assessments), Online course design, curriculum mapping and content analysis. Development of digital teaching strategies and lesson plans. Warm and supportive teaching approach. Carefully work to establish a positive connection with my pupils and their families. Masters swimmer competing at international level. Keen open water swimmer and coach. ASA Level 1 Certificate for Teaching Swimming ASA Level 2 Certificate for Teaching Swimming. Currently studying for my professional Open Water coach exams.

Subjects: Geography, A level, GCSE, Philosophy

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A little more about Maidenhead

Maidenhead is a large town on Berkshire, next to the River Thames. The name Maidenhead probably comes from Maiden Hythe meaning New Wharf, dating from Saxon times; although it is recorded in the Domesday Book as Ellington. The turning point in Maidenhead's History was in 1280 when a bridge was built across the River Thames, to replace the ferry that had existed previously. This meant it was the major crossing point for the road linking London to the West of England, and saw the growth of the town of Maidenhead. It became a popular stopping point for stage coaches making the journey between Bath and London, which saw the emergence of many Inns and Lodges, including the Greyhound Inn where Charles 1st saw his children for the last time. The current road bridge was built in 1777 but it was the arrival of Great Western Railway which foresaw a rapid expansion of the town.

The nearby airfield at White Waltham was the Second World War base for the Air Transport Auxiliary, who used pilots deemed unsuitable for the RAF. As a result it had large numbers of women pilots who became the first British Government workers to be granted equal pay for equal work.

Another claim to fame for Maidenhead is that the football team Maidenhead United have played at the same ground continuously since 1871, the longest for any senior club in world football, and were in the first ever FA Cup competition.

Current industries in Maidenhead are telecommunications, software design, printing and pharmaceuticals, in keeping with its position in the M4 silicon corridor.

Our teachers come from the local schools in and around Maidenhead; from Primary, Junior and Secondary Schools; from across the State, Academy, Grammar and Independent School Sectors; including Larchfield, Cox Green School, Furze Platt Junior and Senior Schools, Claires Court and Highfield Schools. Nearby Higher Education establishments include Thames Valley University in Slough and the University of Reading.