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David R - English International - EFL & Spanish tutor near London, London.
David R, London
A qualified native Spanish tutor with experience in all levels and ages.
English International - EFL, Spanish
Marta T - Spanish tutor near LONDON, uk.
Marta T, LONDON
I am a qualified Spanish teacher with valid certification in teaching Spanish (CLTA)
Spanish
Eddie M - Maths & French tutor near london, Greater London.
Eddie M, london
Mature student as a tutor
Maths, French
Bernadette B - Piano, Clarinet, Flute, Music: academic & Organ tutor near Chichester, West Sussex.
Bernadette B, Chichester
"Inspirational musician & outstanding teacher" (ISI) with over 35 years teaching experience
Piano, Clarinet, Flute, Music: academic, Organ
John B - Biology, Chemistry & Physics tutor near Stockport, Cheshire.
John B, Stockport
I am a Doctor of Science and have been successfully teaching GCSE Separate Sciences for 12 years.
Biology, Chemistry, Physics
Samantha G - Maths & English tutor near Dorking, Surrey.
Samantha G, Dorking
Qualified primary school teacher with more than 10 years experience. Calm and friendly.
Maths, English

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