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Our A level Tutors in Manchester 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.
You may find it difficult to assess the quality of an unqualified tutor, that’s why all 18,000+ of our UK tutors are qualified teachers – so you know they are trained, safe, and experienced at teaching your required subject at a high-quality.
With our service, you don’t need to scroll through endless pages of irrelevant tutors. You just fill in a simple form or call us with your requirements and, within 24 hours, we will send you a shortlist of available teachers in your area.
You can be safe in the knowledge that if you are unhappy with your first lesson (this is rare, but we understand that sometimes the fit isn’t quite right), we will not charge you for the lesson and we will find you another high-quality teacher.
Subjects: Science, Chemistry, Key Stage 4, A level, GCSE, Key Stage 3
Subjects: Geography, A level, GCSE, Philosophy
Subjects: French, German, EFL or ESL, GCSE, Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4, A level
Subjects: French, Spanish, German, A level, GCSE
The City of Manchester including the surrounding Greater Manchester area is a large conurbation of around two and a half million people. Originally the site for a Celtic fortification, it developed as a Roman city (with the characteristic -chester ending) and in subsequent years became a medieval market town. The 1800s saw a massive expansion in the size of the city and the population, built around the booming textiles industry, especially cotton. Engineering industries developed from the companies that built the machines used in the mills and the chemical industries from the companies that supplied the chemicals used to treat the textiles. The opening of the Manchester Ship Canal in 1894 in effect made the Port of Manchester an Atlantic sea port.
The city de-industrialised post World War two, with textiles and synthetic textiles being more cheaply available in overseas markets. The bomb that devastated the city centre in 1996 sparked a regeneration programme which has seen Manchester become the third most visited city in the UK. The city hosted the very successful Commonwealth Games in 2002 and it is home to two premier league football clubs in Manchester City and Manchester United. The old docks are now known as Salford Quays and have become a media hub, with the BBC moving there.
The top performing Secondary Schools in Manchester include the Manchester Grammar Schools, Withington Girls' School, Cheadle Hulme and Stockport Grammar School. Our teachers come from the local schools in and around Manchester; from Primary, Junior and Secondary Schools; from across the State, Academy, Grammar and Independent School Sectors.