A Wiltshire-based History teacher to your home or online

Our History Tutors in Wiltshire 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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Just a few of our History teachers in Wiltshire

Mrs Kelly M

I was most recently employed to teach History and Politics at Cheltenham Ladies’ College. Whilst at CLC, I taught across all year groups. I taught both A level History and Politics, as well as IB History. My areas of specialism were American History, Russian History (from the end of the Tsars to the establishment of the Soviet Union, and the European Union. I also taught IGCSE History, covering European History from the end of WW1 to the collapse of the Soviet Union, with an in-depth study of Germany from 1918-1945. Additionally, throughout my time at CLC, I was a pastoral tutor to 6th form girls, wherein one of my roles was to help them in crafting their personal statements. Prior to teaching at CLC, I worked as a History teacher at Cheney School in Oxford. I taught across all year groups and specialised in teaching Renaissance History and the Crusades at A level. I am not currently teaching within a school environment, having decided to take some extended time away following the birth of my son.

SUBJECTS TAUGHT:
History, Politics
Qualifications:
PGCE Cambridge University (2011). BA History and Politics, Oxford University (2009).

Mr Marcus D

I am currently a Senior Lecturer at BIMM Bristol. I teach a course named 'Analytical Perspectives' which examines culture, literature and music from key analytical perspectives such as philosophy, sociology, history and economics. I have a PhD in Shakespearean Attribution Studies, which is the study of canonical literature utilising linguistic, textual and historical features in order to determine chronology and authorship. My undergraduate degree was in English and Philosophy and I have always maintained a strong interest in English literature (particularly Shakespeare, but also Modernist Poetry, the Novel and poetry in general) as well as philosophy. I am currently writing an extended series of articles on issues of ontology and being which combine an existentialist approach to questions of identity, combining contemporary takes by Christakis, Pinker and Harari (among others). I have experience teaching English literature, music, history, politics, philosophy etc and previously have taught ages 15-21.

SUBJECTS TAUGHT:
English, History, Politics, Sociology, Philosophy, English Language, English Literature
Qualifications:
PGCE University of Sussex (2020). PhD Authorship and Attribution Studies Univ. Bristol (2005). MA Shakespeare Univ. Bristol, (2003). BA (Hons) English and Philosophy University of Bristol, (1999).

Mr RHA B

Qualified and experienced History Teacher, previously Head of History at Pangbourne College and History Teacher at Ampleforth College. Teaches History from Prep and Key Stage 3 through to GCSE, IGCSE and A level; across all major Exam Boards. Currently A Level Examiner for Edexcel since 2000, previously for Oxford and Cambridge Board, and also GCSE for EdExcel. Provides preparations for Scholarship and School Entrance Exams, including Common Entrance; GCSE and A Level teaching, including coursework; also support for resits and university entry. Ex-mature student (after service in the Army), so happy to help mature students. Happy to support homeschooling via Zoom. Areas taught at A Level: 19th and 20th Century British, European and American political history. History of Warfare, 1750-2000. GCSE: International Relations, 1870-2005, Elizabethan England, Germany 1870-1993, Russia 1900-64, USA 1918-45, Medicine thro' Time, Britain 1750-2000, China 1900-80.

SUBJECTS TAUGHT:
History, Homeschool, School Entrance Exams, 13+
Qualifications:
PGCE History, Cambridge University (1983). BA (Hons) Goldsmiths' College, London University (1982).

Mr Neil W

I have been teaching History and Politics for 33 years. I have been a Head of Department at 3 leading independent schools. I have been a principal examiner in both subjects for OCR and CIE and have written 3 History textbooks and various articles in the politics review on American politics. I am currently a Head of Year in the Sixth form at Millfield School and from September 2021, I will be acting Head of History and Politics at Millfield

SUBJECTS TAUGHT:
History, Politics
Qualifications:
PGCE History, UC Aberystwyth (1987). BA (Hons)History UC Swansea (1986), level awarded 2:1.

Mr Dan E

Hi there, my name is Dan Elson and I’m a History Teacher at Marling School in Stroud, a grammar school with a mixed 6th Form. I’ve been teaching History for 9 years and really love my subject. I teach Key Stages 3, 4 & 5, so my subject knowledge is quite extensive, with specialisms in a number of areas, such as: The Vietnam War, the American Civil War & Westward Expansion, The Middle East 1908-2011 and the Early Tudors. All of these are examples of A Level courses I have taught at Marling. I’ve also begun to do public sessions, for example about the Vietnam War, as I really enjoy sharing my passion with others, making history fun - although Covid has put this on the back burner for the time being, sadly. I love teaching and helping people to see the themes and lessons of history. I do tutoring sessions for GCSE & A Level with my school already, so have experience of additional sessions beyond the classroom. I’m eager to add to this. PGCE with UWE, BA HONS in History and French, University of Sheffield

SUBJECTS TAUGHT:
History
Qualifications:
PGCE University of the West of England (2012) BA (Hons) History and French, University of Sheffield (2010)

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