Tutoring: How many Jewish Teachers tutor?

I just came across a newly launched tutoring agency called J-Teach
What are other teachers experiences of tutoring? Do you tutor GCSE or ALevel students, 11+ or Common Entrance? Do you tutor students from the school where you teach, or friends of friends’ children? Please put your comments below, so we can start the discussion.

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  1. Deborah

    I’ve tutored students aged 11-18, mostly GCSE and A level students, with some KS3 students as well. Most of my students have found me using tutoring websites, although some have found me by word of mouth.

    Tutoring is a good way to earn some extra cash, particularly if you are unemployed, working part time or doing day-to-day supply teaching. However it may be more difficult to find the time for tutoring if you are a full time teacher.

    I’ve found private tutoring to be very rewarding, both short term when helping a pupil to understand a difficult concept they previously struggled with, and long term when they achieve the grades they needed to go on to A levels or university.

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