Primary Tuition




Having worked as a class teacher in most primary year groups. I offer one to one tuition in the following subjects for children aged 5-11 yrs.

  • Mathematics
  • Literacy
  • Phonics (following Ruth Miskin's Read, Write, Inc. Scheme)
  • Science

An initial assessment of your child, identifies the areas which need to be covered. I provide a written report on the assessment along with a proposed programme of study. Sessions are tailored to cover the identified areas using a variety of approaches to make sure the concept is fully understood and enjoyable, for example using a famous four finger chocolate biscuit to understand equivalent fractions and a model of a hotel lift to understand negative numbers. In many cases I work closely with a pupil's  class teacher to target particular areas and reinforce the work covered in school.


Homework can be provided and all materials are included in my hourly rate. Please see the Prices section in the sidebar.


As an alternative to weekly term time sessions, some parents prefer just school holiday tuition - please call or email for details.




I am DBS checked and  further details can be found on my Terms of Business page.


References are available on request.








"The lessons are of a consistently high standard, successfully setting my son back on the path to rediscovering the enjoyment and confidence that comes with a good education." E.B.


. " My son never saw his lessons with Sarah as a chore, she has a way of engaging children and it makes the learning seem effortless as they are having fun." D.B.


"She encouraged my daughter to develop her self-confidence, have the courage to answer questions in class and to not be afraid to have a go, my daughter’s results in tests improved dramatically as a result."




Telephone: 01529 497408 or 07860787836                                


Contact me today!

 SITTING THE 11+ IN 2024?

Places available starting October 2023 or January 2024





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