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Kanika L - Maths & English tutor near London, Greater London.
Kanika L, London
I offer tuition in primary (KS1 and KS2) maths and English and live in south west London.
Maths, English
Rachel F - English tutor near Torquay, Devon.
Rachel F, Torquay
Experienced English Language & Literature teacher - taking on new students for this acedemic year.
English
Blake A - Maths tutor near Wallington, Surrey.
Blake A, Wallington
A first class Maths Graduate who aims to cure difficulties and to make a big difference to others.
Maths
Martyn L - Maths tutor near Holsworthy, Devon.
Martyn L, Holsworthy
Experienced A Level Maths tutor based in Pyworthy near Holsworthy in Devon
Maths
Beatrix  S - Special Needs e.g. Dyslexia or Dyscalculia & English International - EFL tutor near Westonsupermare , N. Somerset .
Beatrix S, Westonsupermare
Your teacher is your second mother. I teach, I care.
Special Needs e.g. Dyslexia or Dyscalculia, English International - EFL
Hayley B - Maths tutor near Southam, Warwickshire.
Hayley B, Southam
I provide GCSE and A Level maths tuition in the Warwick and Leamington Spa area.
Maths

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