Archive For The “Tutoring” Category

ISM Survey on Private Music Teacher Fees

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The Incorporated Society of Musicians is an organisation that provides support for professional musicians. They have surveyed 1400 private music teachers about their fees and found that: In Central London, music teachers tended to charge between £30-£50/hour. Private music teacher fees in Greater London were a little less, ranging from £30-£40. In the regions of the UK, fees…

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Private Tuition – Safety Advice for Parents

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While the vast majority of private tutors are reputable, parents and carers still need to be cautious when hiring a private tutor directly. Here is The Tutor Pages advice for contacting independent tutors: DBS Check Consider hiring a tutor who has an up-to-date DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service, formerly CRB) check. The Disclosure & Barring…

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Private Tuition – Safety Advice for Students

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While the vast majority of private tutors are reputable, adult students still need to be cautious when hiring a private tutor directly. Here is The Tutor Pages advice for contacting tutors as an adult learner: First Meeting Try to talk on the phone before meeting for the first time. Ask the tutor pro-active questions and…

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Top Tips for learning a Language

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A recent article, written by a tutor registered with The Tutor Pages, outlines some great advice for learning a new language. The tutor details five tips to help boost your chances of becoming a more successful language-learner: 1. Watch and Learn Pick something you enjoy learning more about and listen to news and podcasts about…

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