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Hana.iam
Jun 29, 2022
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As many Year 11s and Year 13s have finished exams to start their well deserved summer break - we need to focus on making sure the younger years do not fall behind. In order to maximise potential - I am holding classes during the summer break! If you wish to sign up your child, there are limited spaces so please contact me ASAP! Classes are 10:00-13:00 Monday to Friday throughout the whole summer holidays. See you then! 💜
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Hana.iam
Nov 03, 2021
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What are your schools assessing you in your mock exams? English Language? Literature? Or both?
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Hana.iam
Feb 22, 2021
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As you all know, we have been in Lockdown since 4th January 2021. Today, the PM Boris Johnson, has announced a roadmap to leaving lockdown. Please find the link below and feel free to post your thoughts! https://twitter.com/skynews/status/1363878538294755335?s=21
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Hana.iam
Jan 25, 2021
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I tell my students this again and again - but you need to have a copy of the mark schemes if you ever want to know exactly what you need to do to get the higher marks. Your teacher can explain it multiple times, but you will need to see the mark scheme to truly understand. So here are the links to the AQA and Edexcel websites for the Language Mark scheme and the literature ones as well. You will also find past papers and model answers. Hope it helps! AQA Language https://www.aqa.org.uk/subjects/english/gcse/english-language-8700/assessment-resources?f.Sub-category%7CF=Sample+papers+and+mark+schemes AQA Literature Edexcel Language https://qualifications.pearson.com/en/support/support-topics/exams/past-papers.html?Qualification-Family=GCSE&Qualification-Subject=English%20Language%20(9-1)%20from%202015&Status=Pearson-UK:Status%2FLive&Specification-Code=Pearson-UK:Specification-Code%2Fgcse15-englang&Exam-Series=November-2020 Edexcel Literature https://qualifications.pearson.com/en/support/support-topics/exams/past-papers.html?Qualification-Family=GCSE&Qualification-Subject=English%20Literature%20(9-1)%20from%202015&Status=Pearson-UK:Status%2FLive&Specification-Code=Pearson-UK:Specification-Code%2Fgcse15-englit&Exam-Series=November-2020
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Hana.iam
Jan 23, 2021
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So, I've recently been asked by a number of people about how to get into teaching or tutoring. Both have different paths but I will tell you how, based on my experience as a UK based teacher and tutor. things may be different for those who are international, so I apologise! To become a teacher you will need: A bachelors degree in any subject You will either go to university and get a PGCE [Post graduate certificate of education] or you can join the Teach First programme where you start teaching after 6-8 weeks of training and learn on the job Whereas to become a tutor there are no specific requirements, although most clients prefer you to have a degree in your chosen subject, some experience and a DBS [Criminal background check]. For those of you starting out, there are several websites you can sign up to, and you will eventually build up a client base from there and word of mouth. I have taught 5 members of the same family because they enjoyed my teaching so much! Some websites i know for you get started on! tutorhunt.com teachaway.com (international students) If anyone has any other websites - feel free to add them to here!
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Hana.iam
Dec 05, 2020
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Post any exam updates here so people know what is happening. https://twitter.com/tambovskvolk001/status/1334646199761084417?s=21
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