Hi there! I am in my last year of university, where I am studying to be a teacher. For the past 4 years I have also worked as a frog researcher, which has involved a lot of work with various primary and…
I am most passionate about STEM subjects, as this is my main background. I have experience in maths and science, and have done a bit of coding through my work. That said, I have also completed training for the Queensland Ready Reading Program and would be happy to help with that too!
In terms of teaching experience, I am currently in my final year of my Master of Teaching (Secondary). I have already completed three previous placements where I gained practical teaching experience.
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Local parent Hannah said...
Deb is so lovely and the kids found her cool and relatable. Will absolutely be offering more work her way.
HI there, I am a secondary school teacher saving up to renovate my house. I am trained to teach Legal Studies, English, History and Psychology. I am passionate about seeing kids learn and am fun, responsible,…
I am a classroom teacher with three years' experience. I also have a dual Arts/Law degree majoring in French and Modern History. Over the last year I have been at home with my baby twins. I have tutored two gifted students (Year Three and Year Six) and one who was struggling. P I found that preparing interesting lessons and watching my clients improve in skills and self esteem very satisfying.
20 yrs - Ipswich
Hi Mums and Dads. I am currently a year 12 student who is looking to make a bit of pocket money. I enjoy spending time with children and is evident by the fact that I'm doing a cert III in childcare and…
I do not have experience with home tutoring but I am exceptionally good at science subjects and would love to help your children with this.
25 yrs - Redbank Plains
Hi mums and dads, I have recently returned from overseas and looking for some casual babysitting to fill in my time. I come from a large family and have grown up around lots of kids. I am great with kids…
If your child/children needs help with general math/English, I would be happy to help. I graduated high school with an op.
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19 yrs - Collingwood Park
Hi all, I am starting my second year of uni this year and will be starting a bachelor of secondary education as I previously finished a year of nursing. I am looking to help you out on my days off. I love…
I have not home tutored before however am happy the help the younger ones with their homework or anything they are struggling with.
I am fun, engaging and experienced sitter and tutor with a background in education. I'm currently looking for extra casual work to supplement my cash flow.
I would love to do activities (park trips, museums,…
I have tutored casually for 7 years, I can help with reading, writing, math, comprehension, business, chess and sport.
Hi everyone, I’m a stay at home Mum wanting to earn some money for my family. I’m one of six children & have taken care of children all my life. I also have a niece & five nephews who I regularly babysit…
I regularly tutor my niece & nephews. English & reading being my strong points however I have also tutored maths & music. I have played the flute & saxophone for most of my school years.
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