Tutor for 11+

(11 Posts)
user1479293785 Wed 16-Nov-16 13:18:13

Hello everyone,
I am looking for a tutor (based in reading) to help my child with 11+ preparation for private school. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

Takeiteasymum Fri 18-Nov-16 10:13:23

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Janice1979 Tue 22-Nov-16 12:39:24

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steppemum Tue 22-Nov-16 12:43:01

you need to look for someone in your area. I recommend looking at tuoring websites. Then you can look at the qualifications and experience of the tutor. Many give a first lesson for free as a taster.

pepperpot99 Tue 22-Nov-16 14:19:40

And that would be you wouldn't it Janice 1979? judging by the other threads you have posted on today in the education section? grin

Tell us: are you DBS checked? got degree(s) in the subjects you claim to teach? have you taught in schools and do you have a proven track record?

Tut tut. Must try harder. A good tutor NEVER advertises because they just don't need to.

Janice1979 Tue 22-Nov-16 14:28:18

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pepperpot99 Tue 22-Nov-16 14:31:37

How do you account for the lies then? the ones about needing a tutor for your dc on the other thread when this one has you boasting about how great your kids' tutor is?

PurpleDaisies Tue 22-Nov-16 14:32:44

I'm a private tutor-I never advertise any more because I'm so busy with wors of mouth business that I can't fit any more pupils in.

pepperpot99 Tue 22-Nov-16 14:39:37

Ditto PurpleDaisies.

I'm often amused, however, at the desperate lengths folk will go to to get work....like the above, whose posts I have reported (and I see the have already been deleted - lightning response there MN).

You quite often find people outside the primary schools in my area thrusting 11 plus / tuition leaflets into parents' hands in a rather pathetic attempt to generate some work. Pitiful grin

ElizabethHoney Tue 22-Nov-16 14:44:41

* A good tutor NEVER advertises because they just don't need to.*

"Rarely", not "never". E.g. a tutor moving into a new area or restarting after a career break.

BirdieNamNam Fri 25-Nov-16 14:59:33

Who is the best 11+ tutor in North London? I need to start preparing my DS. Thanks so much for your help.

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