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.
One student is a primary aged child, who has some french already and the other is secondary aged.
For more information on TutorMyKids and/or becoming a tutor click the links.
To apply, please email your CV to email@example.com or call Rachel Law on 01223 858421 for an informal chat.
Our maths and English tutors in Cambridge,
Ely, Newmarket and Huntingdon have been helping to tutor GCSE, A level and SATs students for several months now. They’re still supporting our students right through the exams. Here’s our tips to see you through the next few weeks.
Tip #1 – Sleep.
Whilst it’s really tempting to burn the midnight oil, working too close to bedtime will over stimulate the mind and make it harder to sleep. Stop studying earlier in the evening, chill a bit and then get to bed.
Tip #2 – Take a break.
The brain can only concentrate for about 40/45minutes in a block. Take breaks. Your brain will love you for it. Get away from your work for a few minutes.
Tip #3 – Eat
Your brain needs fuel. Protein, fruit and veg will feed it well. Coffee and chocolate muck around with blood sugar levels and cause big mood swings.
Tip #4 – Breathe
If you’re feeling anxious, slow you breathing – 5 counts in and 5 counts out. It really works to calm you down.
Tip #5 – Laugh
A good laugh is great for cutting through stress. Do plenty of it! Plan how to celebrate the end of the exams.
Please contact us via www.tutormykids for help in finding the right English, science or maths tutor in Cambridge, Ely, Newmarket or Huntingdon.