Michelle is an experienced and qualified Maths and Science teacher. Michelle has taught in a wide range of secondary schools, including comprehensive and a selective grammar school. Therefore she has experience teaching KS3, GCSE and A level maths to wide range of abilities, including supporting SEN students (Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, Autistic, ADHD and other learning difficulties) and challenging students to exceed their academic expectations. In addition to teaching in school Michelle has tutored for the last 6 years to KS1 students to KS4 students, these subjects include: 11+, Maths and English support.
Michelle uses a diagnostic approach when teaching students, in order to assess areas of focus and tailor the tutoring session to the tutee. Michelle is a patient, nurturing and supportive tutor who ensures everyone, regardless of their starting point makes amazing progress.
As a teacher, Michelle has come to understand that students are individuals and she always caters her sessions to make sure that students are making the most progress for their style of learning.
Practice and exam technique are important elements of her sessions, ensuring that this skill is refined and utilised. Study habits are also discussed and implemented, to make sure the students become well rounded students learning skills that will benefit them in every area of life.
When not tutoring, Michelle is an aspiring entrepreneur, with interests in fashion design, cooking and technology.
‘Our daughter, in Year 11 about to do her GCSE’s, has benefitted from Michelle’s tutorials in Maths for over a year. She actually looked forward to her coming because she was so pleasant and supportive of her.
She has made a real difference to my daughter’s outlook and confidence. Just wished we found her a year earlier.’