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Other School Entrance, French, Geography, German, History, Philosophy, Politics & RE
Leif has been a highly successful teacher and tutor in history, politics, geography, RS, philosophy, French and German at (I)GCSE/MYP, A-level, IB and Pre-U for more than seven years. He also has a proven track record of helping students at 16+ for some of the most rigorous schools - including Charterhouse, Oundle and City of London.
8 hours available per week
History, Philosophy, Politics, RE, Sociology, Theory of Knowledge & Other
Hi, my name is Andrew and I’m a fully qualified experienced senior practicing teacher with 14 years experience in teaching, and 10 years experience as a tutor. I’ve been an examiner since 2009 and worked for Ofqual as a subject expert for a number of years.
20 hours available per week
11 Plus, 13 Plus, English, French & Politics
Graham attended The Haberdashers' Aske's School, before going on to read Italian and English Literature at Edinburgh University, where he graduated with an Upper Second. After teaching English in Greece, Graham took his Postgraduate Certificate of Education (Secondary English and Drama) at Cambridge University.
30 hours available per week
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Using recent events in A Level Politics: The EU referendum Part 3
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