This article from the BBC gives some useful info for people still struggling to get internet access for young people at home.
I don’t usually blog anything political but I am incandescent about this:
The incompetence of this Education Secretary of State leaves me speechless.
It is possible to obtain free or cheap increased mobile data if you need it for home-schooling.
Three, BT, Virgin and Vodafone all have cheap or free offers available to people struggling.
If you need to access material for your offspring , don’t despair as BBC Bitesize provides masses of English and French with some interactive and practice questions.
Due to Covid I am still only teaching via Skype and will not have any slots available until February at the earliest. I still have a waiting list of three so would advise people to look elsewhere for urgent tuition – sorry I can’t help!
Sadly, due to the coronavirus situation I have had to pause face to face tuition.
Don’t forget that I can offer online tuition if you would like to keep your studies going while schools remain closed. I am available during the day as well as some evening times and am happy to offer weekly or fortnightly lessons – just contact me for more details.
to all my pupils who have produced some really great GCSE English Language and Literature results. Your hard work has paid off and I wish you all the best of luck with your next stage – A levels! It’s been a pleasure to teach you all.
Please note that this year from September 2019 I shall be raising my fees, having held them at the same level for 4 years.
New fees from Sept 2019 are as follows:
Upto GCSE level one hour lesson £40
A level and above £45
Online/Skype lessons £40
Proof reading £25 p.h
Interview skills tba
I regret having to do this but my costs for books, heating etc. have risen steeply.
Please note that I won’t be taking on any new pupils until the new term in September.
I will only have a few vacancies, so if you are interested please contact me towards the end of August.