German -Home Schooling is becoming increasingly popular in England.
Apart from being a subject teacher, the language teacher also has to be aware of the school year. This is so that the home-schooled child does not miss out on the experience of peers at school.
The reason that this is so important is because you want to ensure your child is at the same level as the rest of their peers. Furthermore, you do not want them to be left behind.
- Is it Remembrance Day?
- What is the German equivalent?
- What do the Germans do on this day?
- Is it the same or different?
German – Home Schooling more than Grammar
Learning a language is so much more than just words and grammar! As a native German tutor and teacher I am in a position to:
- Combine knowledge and experience of the school curriculum with
- my native knowledge of language
I know how to make learning exciting and fun but at the same time productive.
My background in Primary, Secondary and SEN Teaching enables me to tailor every lesson to the needs of the child. For each lesson I write detailed learning objectives. Therefore it makes it easy to see what we have covered and clearly provides information for an inspection.
I am also DBS checked and hold an up-to-date Safeguarding Certificate.
Susanne is a great influence on our two children, aged 11 and 7. They are both home schooled. She has a very calm approach to teaching and they always have lots of fun with her. They have also learnt so much in such a short time. Therefore, I would not hesitate to recommend Susanne to anyone who is looking for a German tutor for their children.Pippa, mother of home schooled children
Children £25 / hour
GCSE and A-level £25 / hour
Prices depend on location. Weekend and evening lessons available.