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Pedro M - Spanish tutor near London, London.
Pedro M, London
Spanish teacher and tutor.
Spanish
Colin  B - Flute tutor near Glasgow, North Lanarkshire.
Colin B, Glasgow
Forty years teaching experience at all levels and age-groups including London College of Music
Flute
Paul M - English International - EFL, Design and Technology, Religious Education & English tutor near London, London.
Paul M, London
ESOL/English Specialist (RE/Food Tech additional subjects)
English International - EFL, Design and Technology, Religious Education, English
Seema A - Maths tutor near Birmingham, West Midlands.
Seema A, Birmingham
I offer tuition in primary and secondary maths, am a qualified teacher and based near Birmingham
Maths
Umar H - Maths & Physics tutor near Walsall, West Midlands.
Umar H, Walsall
Aspiring Maths teacher and winner of the IMA Maths Teacher Training Scholarship.
Maths, Physics
Steve L - Music Theory, Piano & Composition tutor near Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear.
Steve L, Newcastle upon Tyne
A friendly, experienced professional piano teacher and award winning composer.
Music Theory, Piano, Composition

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