The health and wellbeing of my tutees is paramount, as is their education. I have therefore taken the following steps to keep tuition running as safely as possible during these difficult and uncertain times.
As from Monday, 23rd March, term-time tuition slots have ceased to be obligatory, especially whilst the country is in lockdown. However, your allocated after-school slots will be reserved for you for when schools reopen.
In the meantime, should you wish to continue with remote tuition during lockdown, I can offer:
You would need to send your work to me for marking and I would return your marked work, along with new writing and rote tasks for the upcoming week. Oral and written tests, and discussion of new concepts would take place either online or on the telephone – whichever you prefer.
Essential requirements: an email and WhatsApp account, a Smart phone for photographing work, a printer, and a telephone.
Additional requirements: for those who wish to include some online tuition, you will need a computer with good internet connection, a webcam, a microphone and speakers/headphones. I use Zoom to connect online which I feel is better equipped for tutoring than other online communication tools such as Skype. You would need to download the free version (https://zoom.us/download) and also have a Chrome browser (download it here if you don’t have one). I can assist with the setting up process of Zoom and/or Chrome, so don't worry about technicalities.
The following option will be a possibility when lockdown is relaxed.
Face-to-face 1:1 tuition - For tutees wishing to continue with their usual face-to-face tuition, I will accommodate for exceptional circumstances (e.g. for those with upcoming entrance exams), provided that tutees adhere strictly to the following conditions. Tutees can be assured that these measures will be taken during lessons to help prevent transmission of coronavirus:
Considering how rapidly the situation is changing, please keep checking this page for updates.
Thank you for your understanding during these
Last updated 28/03/2020