pay what you can afford tuition services



Dear All,

As the economic situation bites, my inbox is overflowing with people seeking help for their children, and who are struggling to find appropriate support at an affordable level.

Therefore, I have decided to make tuition services available without a fixed fee and will simply charge based on what you can reasonably afford.

Why am I doing this now?

 – One – As I mentioned above, I am hearing from many people who desperately want their children to succeed academically, but can’t afford to get the most appropriate help.

 – Two – Every year people come to me to fix significant issues after they’ve engaged a new or inexpensive tutor that has done more harm than good or simply decided to stop and go back to their regular day job. This situation is getting worse and enough is enough!

 – Three – I am a well-known local tutor with 12 years of experience and over 15,000 hours of tuition delivered. I have a well documented proven record of helping children achieve top grades and access the best schools and universities in the UK and internationally. I am also the founder of an education charity. I want you to know you can trust that your child’s education and your investment is in safe hands.

I am now taking reservations for spaces on forthcoming pay what you can afford group tuition classes.

Subject to demand, there will be:

 – GCSE Maths
 – GCSE Physics
 – A Level Maths
 – A Level Physics

Each group class will be held once per week and a time to be confirmed.

It is possible there will be classes outside of GCSE and A Level, again subject to demand and my own availability.

If you are interested in knowing more or reserving a space (or spaces) for your child, please email me at [email protected]

Alternatively, send me a direct message and I will respond in due course.

Meanwhile, please do like, comment and SHARE this announcement so that I can help as many people as possible in these challenging times.

Warmest regards,

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