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Working for Tutor My Kids has reminded me why I originally wanted to teach

I’m so grateful for this amazing testimonial from one of our amazing teachers who tutors in Ely. ‘Working for Tutor My Kids has reminded me why I originally wanted to teach – to make a difference in children’s learning and confidence, and see them progress.  As a senior manager for the last twelve years of my full time […]

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Why Did you Go into Teaching? Did you go into teaching to work with children and see them blossom? Do you enjoy those ‘light bulb’ moments when they understand? Do you feel amazing when you know you’ve made that difference? Do you love sharing those wonderful moments? Do you want to work with people like […]

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WE’RE WELCOMING NEW TEACHERS TO TUTOR MY KIDS We’re delighted to welcome two more teachers to our friendly, passionate, committed team of teachers who tutor children in Cambridgeshire. These teachers are working as private tutors in St Ives and Huntingdon area with primary school aged children. These teachers have decided to take a break from […]

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We’re delighted to announce that we’re hiring again. Our clients are fabulous – brilliant people who want to help their kids understand things better and have more confidence in school.  They very kindly recommend us to their friends and colleagues, which means we need more fabulous teachers to work with our amazing clients. Qualified teachers […]

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  French tutor needed to work in students’ homes in South Cambridge. Tutor My Kids is looking for a bright, energetic French tutor to work with 2 students, in their homes, in the south of Cambridge. For this position, you needn’t be a teacher, but experience of teaching or tutoring French to children is essential. […]

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Why we can flip flop but not flop flip. As adults we instinctively hear and learn the right grammar rules over years of usage. Have you ever thought of why we say things in this order. No me neither – Take a look below. And how about Great, green dragons not Green, great dragons. I […]

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