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(5 Posts)
TeaCakeLiterature Fri 10-Feb-17 18:13:50

Realistically I'd need to bring in some what could I do to work from home?!

I'm an English teacher so tutoring is obvious if I could get parents interested but anything else??

archersfan22 Fri 10-Feb-17 18:31:22

GCSE marking?

flouncybeetroot Fri 10-Feb-17 18:32:37

Could you proofread? Essays/dissertations/job applications etc?

arbrighton Fri 10-Feb-17 19:50:19

You can tutor from home, usually allowed on home insurance, just register self employed.

I go to my tutees' houses at the moment as i have transport but they don't and it's not local to home. No child yet, but after bean, hopefully my mum will babysit if i'm wanted next year.

I charge twenty for gcse and thirty for a level for maths and sciences but probably undercharge.

If i wanted more tutees, I'd use First Tutors again

arbrighton Fri 10-Feb-17 19:51:27

And at this time of year, 3months to GCSE and disappointing mock results in, loads of demand

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