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Martha H - Music Theory & Singing tutor near Barnsley, Yorkshire.
Martha H, Barnsley
Experienced vocal coach with 100% exam pass rate (ABRSM, LCM, Rock School)
Music Theory, Singing
Helen D - English International - EFL & Spanish tutor near Chester, cheshire.
Helen D, Chester
Highly qualified and experienced native bilingual Spanish / English Tutor.
English International - EFL, Spanish
Frank S - Economics tutor near Birkenhead, Cheshire.
Frank S, Birkenhead
Recently retired as a Head of Business/Economics I specialise in exam technique and difficult topics
Economics
Sam P - Bass Guitar tutor near London, London.
Sam P, London
From beginner to advanced, learn to be the bass guitar player you want to be! Based in London.
Bass Guitar
Michael M - English International - EFL & Spanish tutor near Staines, Middlesex.
Michael M, Staines
I am a sociable and outgoing person; I enjoy a challenge.
English International - EFL, Spanish
Lucy H - Maths tutor near Liversedge, West Yorkshire.
Lucy H, Liversedge
Enthusiastic, friendly maths tutor in the Kirklees area.
Maths

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