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Rhys H

Experienced Maths Teacher. 11-18 all abilities welcome.

£35 per hour
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Tell us a bit about yourself.

I am currently a Mathematics Teacher in the UK, I have had experience of teaching a wide variety of pupils from different backgrounds and abilities. All the way from KS3 to A Level Further Mathematics and everything inbetween. I have tutored online part-time for the past 3 years.

What do you specialise in?

I specialise in getting pupils to understand why Mathematics works the way it does. Not just knowing what to do, but knowing why you do it. This is critical in the new style of exams, as otherwise it is quite difficult to achieve your targets.

How do your lessons usually plan out?

My lessons are usually a discussion between myself and the tutee. Working through higher level problems once the base understanding is concrete. Pupils are always encouraged to ask questions about Mathematics in general so that their understanding is at the highest possible level.

When did you first start tutoring?

I started tutoring professionally during the first COVID lockdown in England, since then I have taught groups of 30, but mostly 1-on-1 sessions, ranging from KS2 SATS preparation all the way up to A Level Further Maths with a student aiming to apply to Cambridge Univeristy for Mathematics.

What do you love most about teaching your subject?

I love seeing that moment of realisation, that Eureka moment, when the topic just clicks for the student. Seeing the progress pupils make during their sessions, as well as over time is just an amazing feeling.

What is your teaching style?

Teaching style depends on the age of the student. Generally a more relaxed atmosphere, with tutor and tutee as equals. Working through problems together and setting extra work to complete outside of the session if requested.

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Teaches

Subject Level
Maths KS3
Maths IB
Maths GCSE
Maths A-Level
Further Maths IB
Further Maths A-Level

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  • What is LCM

    Asked in KS3 Maths - Numbers by Iftikhar

    LCM means Lowest Common Multiple.Multiple is another way of saying the numbers in the times table of...

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