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Tutor at a learning centre or in own home

Discussion in 'Private tutors' started by balanced, Apr 15, 2011.

  1. I have read lots of posts on these forums and have gained good advice about tutoring.
    I am a very experienced primary teacher ready to step out of the classroom and enjoy 1-1 tutoring.
    Locally there is an after school learning centre (not a franchise) looking for parttime teachers and open Mon to Thurs (3 hrs after school) and Saturdays.
    I am trying to decide if I would have more freedom and flexibility working for myself
    or benefit from the place of work and payment admin such a centre would offer.
    Any views to help the decision making process greatly appreciated!
     
  2. hhhh

    hhhh Lead commenter

    Which one is it? Lots of teachers find some of the tuition centres very old fashioned in their rote learning. On the other hand, you have a guaranteed income and less hassle.
     
  3. After school learning centre in oakwood/cockfosters (North London)
     

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