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Swithun D - Business Studies & Economics tutor near Exeter, Devon.
Swithun D, Exeter
I am a qualified teacher who providesmaths and economics tuition in Exeter area and online.
Business Studies, Economics
Stephen R - Sports Psychology & Psychology tutor near Stockport, Cheshire.
Stephen R, Stockport
AQA expert, GCSE, AS & A2 A level psychology tutor based in Stockport, Cheshire.
Sports Psychology, Psychology
Vicky O - English tutor near Abergavenny, Monmouthshire.
Vicky O, Abergavenny
English and English Literature tutor. Ofsted 'outstanding teacher' and former examiner.
vikki g - Art tutor near weymouth, Dorset.
vikki g, weymouth
Experienced secondary Art teacher at Outstanding secondary school in South West.
John R - Maths tutor near Cobham, SURREY.
John R, Cobham
Develop an understanding for mathematical concepts and a full appreciation of its applications
Vasiliki K - Special Needs e.g. Dyslexia or Dyscalculia, Greek: Modern & English tutor near Sunderland, Tyne and Wear.
Vasiliki K, Sunderland
A specialist English Education tutor. A Dyslexia/SEN specialist.
Special Needs e.g. Dyslexia or Dyscalculia, Greek: Modern, English

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