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James H.

Super tutor

Edinburgh - MScR Architecture & MA Architecture (Masters)

A committed tutor with over 5 years of experience teaching students aged between 5-21. Over 2400 lessons delivered across a range of subjects and exam boards.

£55-£57

/hr

Star 5 / 5

438 reviews

2498 lessons

James H.

Super tutor

Edinburgh - MScR Architecture & MA Architecture (Masters)

A committed tutor with over 5 years of experience teaching students aged between 5-21. Over 2400 lessons delivered across a range of subjects and exam boards.

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Talia N.

Exeter - Drama (Bachelors)

Hi I’m Talia, a recent drama graduate from Exeter University! I love storytelling and all its different forms; be that told through plays, books, poems, music or art. My tutoring sessions are safe spaces for students to engage with the taught mate

£22-£27

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Talia N.

Exeter - Drama (Bachelors)

Hi I’m Talia, a recent drama graduate from Exeter University! I love storytelling and all its different forms; be that told through plays, books, poems, music or art. My tutoring sessions are safe spaces for students to engage with the taught mate

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Oluwadunni P.

University of the Arts London - Fine Art (Bachelors)

I use engaging activities to reinforce skills and nurture growth mindsets in a supportive environment. My sessions achieve results while prioritising students

£30-£32

/hr

Star 5 / 5

1 reviews

52 lessons

Oluwadunni P.

University of the Arts London - Fine Art (Bachelors)

I use engaging activities to reinforce skills and nurture growth mindsets in a supportive environment. My sessions achieve results while prioritising students

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Sophie M.

LSE - Geography (Bachelors)

Hi! I'm Sophie, a BA Geography Student at The London School of Economics. I studied both English Literature and Geography at GCSE and A Level's. I'm positive, motivated and an enthusiastic tutor! I believe everyone can do amazing in or...

£47-£49

/hr

Star 5 / 5

31 reviews

252 lessons

Sophie M.

LSE - Geography (Bachelors)

Hi! I'm Sophie, a BA Geography Student at The London School of Economics. I studied both English Literature and Geography at GCSE and A Level's. I'm positive, motivated and an enthusiastic tutor! I believe everyone can do amazing in or...

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Natalie P.

Super tutor

Bristol - History of Art (Masters)

Hi! My name is Natalie and I graduated in English Literature and History of Art in 1997 from Goldsmiths, University of London. I returned to Goldsmiths in 2002 to gain my Post Graduate Certificate in Education (Secondary). I taught Art and Design ...

£30-£32

/hr

Star 4.9 / 5

113 reviews

869 lessons

Natalie P.

Super tutor

Bristol - History of Art (Masters)

Hi! My name is Natalie and I graduated in English Literature and History of Art in 1997 from Goldsmiths, University of London. I returned to Goldsmiths in 2002 to gain my Post Graduate Certificate in Education (Secondary). I taught Art and Design ...

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Anneli A.

Super tutor

Cambridge - modern languages and cultures (Masters)

Oxford University PhD Student in Spanish + Cambridge University Masters + First Class BA degree in Modern Languages

£55-£57

/hr

Star 5 / 5

94 reviews

914 lessons

Anneli A.

Super tutor

Cambridge - modern languages and cultures (Masters)

Oxford University PhD Student in Spanish + Cambridge University Masters + First Class BA degree in Modern Languages

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Our Art tutors can create tailored tutorial plans to help students build their portfolios and work on their understanding of art theory. As well as broadening their academic reach, our tutors help to accelerate students’ projects in tune with their interests. No matter their style, our tutors work with students to develop the skills they’ll need to demonstrate to examiners in their final submissions. How much does an Art tutor cost? We want to make tutoring open to all. That’s why our prices start from just £22/hr with no extra fees. Our tutorials are fully flexible, so you can book as many, or as few, as you need. How to find an Art tutor Finding the perfect tutor is a great feeling and we're here to help. A few things to keep in mind when searching for a tutor: - Academic fit - can they offer what you’re looking for, in terms of subject knowledge and experience? - Personality match - will they get on well with your teen and be able to communicate effectively? - Availability - can they offer tutorials for as long/as often as you need? Can they be flexible and fit around your family's schedule? Can I arrange a free online chat with an Art tutor? Yes you can! We offer free video meetings with any of the tutors on our platform, just log in to your account and click ‘Book Free Meeting’. These meetings are 15 minutes long and they’re a great chance to chat with a tutor before you book any tutorials. This gives you and your teen the chance to meet the tutor beforehand and ask any questions you might have to make sure they’re a good fit. Free Meetings take place in the MyTutor lesson space, so you can get a feel for how lessons will run, and see how your child gets on with the tutor. You can have as many Free Meetings as you like - you only book when you've found someone with the right expertise, who really clicks with your child. Sounds great, what happens next? Book a free video meeting with one of our tutors and discover what your teen can achieve with online tutoring.

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