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King's Tutors - Private Tutoring For All Academic Levels & Subjects

Private Tutoring across all subjects

Kings Tutors can introduce you to private tutoring and have a number of tutors for all subjects on the National Curriculum.

All of these tutors will:

  • Have detailed knowledge about the particular syllabus and requirements of the exam board that your child is studying
  • Help your child with exam technique so that exam questions can be answered effectively
  • Offer their assistance with all topics that your child is finding particularly tricky and help to overcome these issues

Our team of tutors cover all mainstream subjects as well as many more unusual subjects. Please do contact us to discuss any of your tuition requirements so that we can then find someone to help.

  • Accountancy

    Today, accounting is called “the language of business” because it is the vehicle for reporting financial information about a business entity to many different groups of people. This, therefore, makes it a very important and useful subject to learn. Accounting is thousands of years old; the earliest accounting records, which date back more than 7,000 years, were found in Mesopotamia (Assyrians). The people of that time relied on primitive accounting methods to record the growth of crops and herds. Accounting evolved, improving over the years and advancing as business advanced. Accountancy, or accounting, is the production of financial records about an organisation. Accountancy generally produces financial statements that show in money terms the economic resources under the control of management; selecting information that is relevant and representing it faithfully. The principles of accountancy are applied to accounting, bookkeeping, and auditing.
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  • Ancient history

    Ancient history is the aggregate of past events from the beginning of recorded human history to the Early Middle Ages or the post-classical era. The span of recorded history is roughly 5,000 years; this is with Sumerian Cuneiform script, the oldest discovered form of coherent writing, from around the 30th century BC. Studying this subject means exploring the worlds of ancient Greece and Rome from a variety of perspectives and uncovering their legacy in our culture and their impact on the way we think today. It provides a fascinating way for you to pursue your passion for the ancient world while laying the foundation for a broad range of careers. Contact UsArrow
  • Art

    Florence is our fantastic art tutor and works as an artist in her studio at Barons Court. She is happy to deliver tuition from both her home and studio depending on the tutee. Florence has been committed to art since she won an art scholarship at Tudor Hall, after which she did an Art Foundation in Oxford and has recently completed 4 years training at the renowned school for portraiture, Charles Cecil Studios in Italy. Florence is available for private tuition when not concentrating on her own art. This can be arranged to suit the needs of the individual; it could be ongoing support to help students with their schoolwork and putting together their portfolios or for more thorough exam preparation. Florence can help pupils of all abilities and tutors students about the foundations of art, such as line and proportion, as well as focusing on more complex areas like portraiture. We realise students often need someone who is inspirational and knowledgeable about Art to develop and improve their technique. Contact UsArrow
  • Biochemistry

    Biochemistry, sometimes called biological chemistry, is the study of chemical processes within, and relating to, living organisms. By controlling information flow through biochemical signalling and the flow of chemical energy through metabolism, biochemical processes cause the complexity of life. Over the last 40 years, biochemistry has become so successful at explaining living processes that now almost all areas of the life sciences from botany to medicine are engaged in biochemical research. Today, the main focus of pure biochemistry is in understanding how biological molecules give rise to the processes that occur within living cells, which in turn relates greatly to the study and understanding of whole organisms. Contact UsArrow
  • Biology

    Biology is the study of life, from the unicellular amoeba to the complex human body. This subject enables students to develop an understanding of Biological systems in the smallest organisms to the largest forms of life. All of our Biology tutors are highly qualified in their subject and capable to teach the different syllabi at all academic levels. This is combined with an enormous love for their subject too that is apparent in their tutoring; engaging and interactive teaching methods are used to help tutees reach their full academic potential. Contact UsArrow
  • Business Studies

    The subject Business Studies includes a range of topics, which give the student general understanding of the various elements of running a business. Subjects covered include, but are not limited to: Business Organisation, People in Business, Marketing, Operations & Production, Finance, and Strategic Management. Contact UsArrow
  • Chemistry

    Chemistry lies at the heart of everything around us, which is why this subject is sometimes referred to as being “the central science”. Chemistry bridges the other natural sciences - Physics, Geology and Biology - with each other. It is the study of the composition, properties and behaviour of matter so is to do with everything that we both see and also do not see. Chemistry is a subject that has a reputation of being very tricky to understand. Our tutors can help to change this misconception with their inspiring teaching and by tackling complex issues with a step by step approach so, therefore, topics that once seemed very difficult are much more easy to understand. Contact UsArrow
  • Chinese

    China used to be called a sleeping giant. Now, as the world’s fastest growing major economy, it is well and truly awake.Business experts are in no doubt about how important Mandarin will become over the next few years. British exports to the country are expected to quadruple by the end of the decade and the government wants every school, college and university to be twinned with an equivalent in China within the next five years. It is, however, a tough language to learn for Westerners and there are two main reasons for this: Firstly, the script poses problems. There is no alphabet, just thousands of characters. There are so many that no one can give a definitive total, but it is believed to be around 60,000. Secondly, the tonal system is hard for Westerners. The meaning of English words does not change with tone but the same is not true for Mandarin. Four-and-a-half tones are used, meaning a single word can have many meanings. Ma, for example, can mean mother, horse, hemp, or be a reproach depending on tone. How tones are used also varies extensively from province to province. The tonal systems can, therefore, result in a lot of ambiguity for people learning the language. In fact, westerners have the reputation of using the fourth tone exclusively for all words. It is a sharp falling sound, a little like how the end of a sentence with an exclamation mark sounds. Contact UsArrow
  • Classical Civilisation

    The Roman writer, Cicero famously said that: "to know nothing of the past is to remain forever a child".

    The different syllabi hold fast to this view, believing that without knowledge of the past there can be no understanding of the present.  It is important to remember though that studying Classics is not about  just burying yourself in the past; instead it is about discovering a rich and diverse culture, which has shaped the world we live in and continues to have an impact on our lives today. Classical Civilisation remains an ever-popular subject since the syllabus allows students to study ancient society and literature in translation along with offering modules on archaeology. All of our tutors are able to adapt their teaching styles to ensure that the ancient world will come to life for their tutee. Pupils are all encouraged to develop the skills of systematic reasoning, critical analysis and independent thought when studying Classical Civilisation. This is why universities and employers continue to value the benefits of a Classical education. Contact UsArrow
  • Classical Greek

    The Roman writer, Cicero famously said that: "to know nothing of the past is to remain forever a child" and that is why Classical Greek is such a wonderful subject to study. The different syllabi hold fast to this view, believing that without knowledge of the past there can be no understanding of the present. It is important to remember though that studying Classics is not about just burying yourself in the past; instead it is about discovering a rich and diverse culture, which has shaped the world we live in and continues to have an impact on our lives today. Greek tends to be studied in three components: language, literature and cultural context. Emphasis is placed on the links between Greek and English, and other modern languages, so that pupils’ language skills are improved across the curriculum. There is also the additional challenge, unlike with most other languages, of learning a new alphabet. Our tutors are all able to help pupils learn how to effectively decode the ’secrets’ of this language and allow this to become second nature to them. All tips learnt in Greek can be transferred to other subjects and it is, therefore, a very useful subject to study. Greek is also very methodical, so problem solving is key. When studying Greek, pupils are all encouraged to develop the skills of systematic reasoning, critical analysis and independent thought. This is why universities and employers continue to value the benefits of a Classical education.

     

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  • Classics

    The Roman writer, Cicero famously said that: "to know nothing of the past is to remain forever a child".

    The different syllabi hold fast to this view, believing that without knowledge of the past there can be no understanding of the present.  It is important to remember though that studying Classics is not about  just burying yourself in the past; instead it is about discovering a rich and diverse culture, which has shaped the world we live in and continues to have an impact on our lives today. This can be done through studying the language and literature to art archaeology and reception studies. Kings Tutors can offer tutors for all areas of Classics. Classics can be broken down into Latin, Greek and Classical Civilisation. Latin tends to be studied in three components: language, literature and cultural context.  Emphasis is placed on the links between Latin and English, and other modern languages, so that pupils’ language skills are improved across the curriculum. All tips learnt in Latin can be transferred to other subjects so, therefore, making it a very useful subject to study. It is very methodical so problem solving is key. Similar skills are needed when learning Greek along with the additional challenge of learning a new alphabet. Our tutors are all able to help pupils learn how to effectively decode the ’secrets’ of this language and allow this to become second nature to them. Classical Civilisation remains an ever-popular subject since the syllabus allows students to study ancient society and literature in translation along with offering modules on archaeology. All of our tutors are able to adapt their teaching styles so the ancient world will come to life for their tutee. Whatever path they follow in Classics, pupils are all encouraged to develop the skills of systematic reasoning, critical analysis and independent thought. This is why universities and employers continue to value the benefits of a Classical education. Contact UsArrow
  • Design Technology

    Design technology is the study, design, development, application, implementation, support and management of computer and non-computer based technologies for the express purpose of communicating. This is done through various mediums to ultimately improve overall product design realisation, construction, operation and maintenance. Contact UsArrow
  • Drama & Theatre Studies

    Drama not only teaches students about theatre craft but important life skills too: presentation, team work, problem-solving, communication, concentration and above all it will help to work on their confidence! Drama enriches the lives of students by contributing to their personal and social growth and by developing their knowledge and understanding of themselves and others. We have tutors who are active in the world of theatre and highly qualified to offer tuition to those studying drama or Theatre Studies at school as well as those auditioning for Drama school. These tutors are being presented with young thespians every day so understand what exactly can help when it comes to assessment. Their love for acting shines through in their teaching and this will help to inspire their tutee. This is all in addition to our tutors being very knowledgeable about the world of acting and also extremely talented too. Contact UsArrow
  • Economics

    This subject is one that helps students to understand our society at a local, national and global level. Economic forces shape our lives and the lives of those around us so, consequently, they affect the choices we make as individuals and as a society. Our Economics tutors help our tutees engage with this subject and analyse the different subjects that the curriculum deals with. This is a subject that makes demands on students to look at the forces that drive society. This could be the means of managing inflation and unemployment, the philosophies of capitalism and socialism, the issue of global warming and pollution as well as how international trade and operates. Everything learnt within the different syllabi of this subject is theory that can then be placed within the world around us. Contact UsArrow
  • English Language

    The English language can be very challenging to those learning its complicated grammar structure for the first time. This is before even mentioning the peculiar spellings of words that can be found within the language. This subject is, however, one that needs to be focused on since it will impact the learning of other subjects. Children need to be able to read and write to be able to learn anything and then for it to be possible to participate in written examinations for every subject on the National Curriculum. Our tutors can assist tutees of every age and nationality with the quirks of the English language whether English is their native tongue or a second language. Tuition can also be provided to help tutees understand the more complicated structure of the English language so that this may then be applied in to examinations for GCSE, A level and beyond. Contact UsArrow
  • English Literature

    Great Britain has produced some of the greatest literary works over the years yet students often do not discover the beauty of these texts when studying them at school. This is a subject where inspiring teaching is crucial so that everything is brought to life. All of our tutors, when teaching, share their enthusiasm and love for English literature. This means that pupils will actually come to understand the real essence and context of the texts being studied rather than memorizing the names of literary techniques only; something that all too frequently occurs in the school classroom. It is so important that students are taught to reflect on the literature, poetry and plays that they read, and are able to form an opinion on it. All students will have their own preferences in things they like to read, how they like to digest literature, and how they express themselves about what they have read. The right tutor will be able to nurture their students' individuality but also be able to ensure that they are equipped with the necessary skills and knowledge to tackle the difficult examinations with confidence. Graduates of English Literature are equipped with an arsenal of skills that make them highly employable. For example: self-motivation; creativity; excellent written and oral communication skills; the ability to be reflective and analytical; and so many more. To find your perfect English tutor (for any level) please to get in touch with us. Many of our tutors have past school teaching experience, and all of our tutors are highly experienced and passionate. We would love to discuss your needs to assess which of our tutors will be the perfect match for you. Please do email us on enquiries@kingstutors.co.uk. Alternatively, you can call us on 0203 763 8659. We will always be happy to help! Contact UsArrow
  • Environmental Studies

    Environmental studies is becoming increasingly important as our world changes as it links various areas of science such as Chemistry, Ecology, Zoology and many more to look at the environment. Environmental Studies is a fairly new area of science that grew in the 1950s and 1960s as people became more aware of issues that have been arising due to exponentially growing population, the higher quality of life and how that has had a detrimental effect on the environment. Environmental Studies also follows the effects of climate change and gives ideas on how to stop it. Our tutors will help you develop the range of skills you need for this subject, to help develop students into the bright minds needed in this area. Contact UsArrow
  • French

    All of our French tutors are qualified to teach this language to any level. Learning a language opens up opportunities that would not otherwise be possible and contributes the understanding of other cultures which, in turn, offers a sense of global citizenship and respect for others. It also allows pupils to have more independence and increase their confidence too by developing their communication skills. Learning French at school involves being examined on reading, writing, listening and speaking skills. This is so that pupils can then understand others and communicate with them with ease. Our tutors are all qualified to teach this language as well as having a love for this nation and spent a substantial amount of time living there. The result being that their enthusiasm for this language and culture will inspire their tutees to learn this language and succeed at getting to grips with the grammatical structure involved. Universities, schools and employers all look favourably upon the skill of being able to communicate in another language. Contact UsArrow
  • Geography

    ‘Geography is about understanding the world we live in, how and why it is changing, and how we manage that as a society. For enquiring souls, that dynamic process is exciting! Geography is the one holistic discipline that can deal with the issues our generation has to tackle.’ - Andrew Lycett, The Sunday Times. Geography forces students to think about the complex and ever changing world that they live in. This involves analysing how environments develop as well as the effect of human nature within these environments. The curriculum looks at places and people across the globe; something that many students find very interesting and, therefore, making Geography one of the most popular subjects to study. Private tuition can help to encourage independent thinking so that questions can be answered effectively in examinations. This subject involves questioning analysing issues that affect the world as well as investigating into them to ultimately focus upon the sustainability of the planet. Contact UsArrow
  • Geology

    Geology literally translates from the Greek as the study of rocks. It is usually the study of the earth but it can also refer to any type of rocks that make up other planets and celestial bodies. It can give so much information about the past from the evolution of life to the climates throughout the ages. Knowing the amount of information which can be extracted makes it an incredibly interesting subject, learning so much about what happened when gives you much more history than just human history. Our tutors can help you grasp the more difficult concepts of whichever syllabi you are working off and help make this subject as interesting as it should be. Contact UsArrow
  • German

    All of our German tutors are qualified to teach this language to any level. Learning a language opens up opportunities that would not otherwise be possible and contributes the understanding of other cultures which, in turn, offers a sense of global citizenship and respect for others. It also allows pupils to have more independence and increase their confidence too by developing their communication skills. Learning German at school involves being examined on reading, writing, listening and speaking skills. This is so that pupils can then understand others and communicate with them with ease. Our tutors are all qualified to teach this language as well as having a love for this nation and spent a substantial amount of time living there. The result being that their enthusiasm for this language and culture will inspire their tutees to learn this language and succeed at getting to grips with the grammatical structure involved. Universities, schools and employers all look favourably upon the skill of being able to communicate in another language. Contact UsArrow
  • Graphic Design

    The use of graphic design can be seen throughout society in so many places. The uses of logos and designs, advertising and even websites are all great example of what you can do with the subjects. For anyone considering going into this area as a career, this subject is a great one to take. It is a subject where you can use endless creativity to design and make products using a whole range of skills. From the basics of simply drawing your design to the use of computer software to develop your ideas, there is a lot more to this subject most people think. Our tutors can help point you in the right directions and aid with any area you struggle with. This could be in the various stages of designing the product right through to the more practical side of making the product. Our tutors are dedicated and passionate about ensuring that each of their students is able to reach their full academic potential. We are committed to making sure that all students are matched with the perfect tutor for their individual tuition needs; this is crucial to the success of all students. To find your perfect tutor, please do contact us on enquiries@kingstutors.co.uk. Alternatively, you can call us on 0203 763 8659. We will always be happy to discuss your needs in detail to ensure that we find the right tutor and so that all of your needs are met. Contact UsArrow
  • Greek (Modern)

    Holding a significant place in the Western World, the canon of Greek literature contains works of enormous influence and importance for the Modern day. Greek holds many of the foundational texts of Western Philosophy, such as the works of Plato and Aristotle. Studying Greek texts and the society of antiquity establishes the discipline of classics. In other languages, Greek often provides a base to coin new words, particularly in the scientific vocabulary. Modern Greek is symbolically allocated to the fall of the Byzantine Empire, 1453, although many features of the language arose in the centuries earlier. Students will need to have a good grasp of History, Literature and be keen researchers and strong academic writers. If you would like to study Greek, or need assistance with your examinations, we have tutors on hand to help! Please do contact us on 02037638659 to find out how we can help you. Contact UsArrow
  • History

    ‘In history you have a record of the infinite variety of human experience plainly set out for all to see’—Roman Historian, Livy. History is the study of the past. It’s about trying to understand what happened, when it happened, how it happened, and how it impacted on society and civilisation. Studying this subject focuses on the use of evidence and sources to answer these questions. Historians are trained in examining a period of history, whether that’s Tudor England or revolutionary France, by examining records, images, books and oral accounts. Students can expect not only to learn about the past across the world, and how this has effected our current experience, but how to investigate and draw conclusions about events throughout various times. This subject teaches a range of valuable and transferable skills, including research, reasoning and developing an argument and analysis. One of the oldest studies, it continues to be an enriching and valuable subject today. Students of this subject will be required to have solid essay writing skills, and the ability to draw strong and balanced arguments. Coursework and examinations both play a large part in the evaluation of this subject. Our tutors can therefore assist students with the valuable skills necessary to reach the top grades and to ensure that students grow to be as passionate about this exciting subject as our tutors are. To find your perfect History tutor, please do contact us on enquiries@kingstutors.co.uk or alternatively call us on 0203 763 8659 and we will be happy to help you. Contact UsArrow
  • History of Art

    History of Art is the study of objects of art in their historical development and stylistic contexts, i.e. genre, design, format and style. The subject as we know it began in the 19th century, but has precedents that date to the ancient world. Advances in photographic reproduction and printing techniques after World War II lead to increased art reproduction, enabling comparison and helping to advance the discipline. As a subject, History of Art offers a wide-ranging introduction to western art. You will explore themes such as art’s role in society and patronage – as well as discussing materials, techniques and processes. History of Art suits students interested in art, history and culture and is a useful complementing subject for students aiming towards a humanities degree. For more information about our available tutors, please do contact us on 0203 763 8659 or email us on enquiries@kingstutors.co.uk and we will be more than happy to support your search for the best tutor for your individual needs. Contact UsArrow
  • Home Economics

    Home Economics deals with the economics, organization and running of the home and community. This subject includes topics such as: consumer education; interior design; cleaning; institutional management; sewing; clothing and textiles; cooking and nutrition; hygiene; child development; finances and the managing of money; and family relationships. Students therefore learn how to run a family environment effectively and efficiently, whilst making the world a better place for future generations. By studying this subject, students will have the knowledge and capability to understand how to live full and satisfying lives and become confident that they can contribute things of worth to society. This subject encourages independence and the ability to self-manage; these skills are crucial in the private sphere and also in employment. In terms of managing the home, this subject is crucial. Students will learn how to handle finances, nutrition, conflicts of interests, 'textiles' and other important skills which will be used throughout these students' lives. For example, basic repair skills around the home, childcare, and community service. Many people believe that Home Economics is outdated and no longer relevant to modern life, particularly for women. However, the skills learned through this subject will help students live enriched lives and be confident with balancing a successful career with a well-managed home. Students become prepared for homemaking, professional careers, and for practicing real-life responsibilities at home. Home economics draws from a variety of disciplines to reach optimal and sustainable living for individuals, families, and communities. This interdisciplinary knowledge gained from studying Home Economics is fundamental because the challenges and phenomena of everyday life are not usually one-dimensional. To book tuition with us and discuss your needs further, please call us on 0203 763 8659 or, alternatively, email us on enquiries@kingstutors.co.uk. We are confident that we can find you the perfect tutor and help you reach your full potential. Contact UsArrow
  • Information and Communication Technologies

    Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) is fast becoming one of the most vital subjects to study. In today’s world, life revolves around computers; for this reason, the study of Information and Communication Technologies is crucial, constantly evolving and truly exciting. Over the past few decades the use of computers and their power have increased exponentially and it is expected to continue to do so over the foreseeable future. Most things are now done more efficiently due to the wide spread use of computers, so knowing how to use them is absolutely essential. Learning about the basics behind computers such as the hardware and software, to learning how to use a range of programs can give you an edge when dealing with tasks given to you in the future. Our tutors can help you understand the more complex theory behind the development of computers as well as aiding with the correct use of the various programs you will have to know how to use. Our tutors are truly passionate about helping students of all academic abilities reach their full potential, and ensure that they enter examinations with confidence and can perform to the best of their abilities. To find your perfect ICT tutor, contact us on enquiries@kingstutors.co.uk. Alternatively, you can call us on 0203 763 8659. We will always be happy to help in any way we can. Contact UsArrow
  • Italian

    Our Italian tutors are qualified to teach this language to any level. Learning a language opens up opportunities that would not otherwise be possible and contributes to the understanding of other cultures which, in turn, offers a sense of global citizenship and respect for others. It also allows pupils to have more independence and increase their confidence too by developing their communication skills. Learning Italian at school involves being examined on reading, writing, listening and speaking skills. This is so that pupils can then understand others and communicate with them with ease. Our tutors are all qualified to teach this language as well as having a love for this nation and spent a substantial amount of time living there. The result being that their enthusiasm for this language and culture will inspire their tutees to learn this language and succeed at getting to grips with the grammatical structure involved. Universities, schools and employers all look favourably upon the skill of being able to communicate in another language. Contact UsArrow
  • Japanese

    Japanese is an East Asian language spoken by about 125 million. Little is known of the language’s prehistory, or when it first appeared in Japan. Chinese documents from the 3rd century recorded a few Japanese words, but substantial texts did not appear until the 8th century. Although the language has no inherent relationship with Chinese, it makes extensive use of Chinese characters and borrows a large portion of Chinese vocabulary. Since it does not follow the traditional Latin alphabet, it can be a tough language for Westerners to learn. Learning Japanese opens up many opportunities internationally and contributes to the understanding of other cultures. Universities, schools and employers all look favourably upon the skill of being able to communicate in another language. Contact UsArrow
  • Latin

    The Roman writer, Cicero famously said that: "to know nothing of the past is to remain forever a child". The different syllabi hold fast to this view, believing that without knowledge of the past there can be no understanding of the present.  It is important to remember though that studying Classics is not about  just burying yourself in the past; instead it is about discovering a rich and diverse culture, which has shaped the world we live in and continues to have an impact on our lives today. Latin tends to be studied in three components: language, literature and cultural context.  Emphasis is placed on the links between Latin and English, and other modern languages, so that pupils’ language skills are improved across the curriculum. All tips learnt in Latin can be transferred to other subjects so, therefore, making it a very useful subject to study. It is very methodical so problem solving is key. All of our tutors are able to adapt their teaching styles to ensure that the ancient world will come to life for their tutee. Out tutors will also help to tackle the challenges that pupils face when trying to learn this language. When studying Latin, pupils will develop the skills of systematic reasoning, critical analysis and independent thought. This is why universities and employers continue to value the benefits of a Classical education. Contact UsArrow
  • Law

    Commonly thought of as one of the hardest subject to study, Law is still extremely interesting and rewarding, both academically and in terms of employment. A career in law is one of the highest regarded careers. Studying this subject can, of course, lead to a successful and profitable career in the courts. However, its focus on critical thinking and research skills makes it an excellent choice for all students. Law also allows students to gain a better understanding of many aspects of human life, the full range of humanities and the social sciences. Our tutors are qualified to teach Law at all levels and specially prepare students for interviews and exams if necessary. As with all of our subjects, the tutors can tailor the program of study to include areas which the student would like particular help with.  Roman and Tort are common areas where help is needed, for example. Many of our tutors are qualified lawyers, and have gained their GDL at some of the world's best schools. They are, therefore, highly experienced and can make sure that you are given the best understanding of this topic. Our tutors are passionate about delivering the highest quality of tuition. Students will require excellent research skills, written and oral communication skills, analytical skills, debating skills, skills of persuasion, sound historical and philosophical understanding and critical thinking skills. With this amount of skills to master, it is easy to see why so many students find this such a challenging but rewarding career choice. To book tuition with one of our tutors, please call us on 0203 763 8659 or email us at enquiries@kingstutors.co.uk. Our tutors are passionate, dedicated and of the highest quality and want to ensure that all students they teach are able to tackle this subject and their examinations with pride and confidence. Contact UsArrow
  • Maths

    Mathematics is one of the oldest and most fundamental subjects studied throughout the world. Euclid’s Elements, written in the 3rd Century BC contained some of the first ideas surrounding geometry, algebra and number theory, many of which we still explore today. Mathematics aims to solve problems and understand the fundamental systems in our world and universe by finding and exploring patterns, in numbers, dimensions and structures. Mathematicians use formulae and patterns to reach a proof, answering a key question. To do so requires skills such as counting, measurement, logic, and calculation. Patterns and numbers are fundamental to our daily existence, making maths one of the key subject areas in education. Mathematics is a fundamental part of many other areas of study and employment including engineering, statistics, architecture and medicine. Mathematics gives a basis for understanding the world, as well as encouraging creative and interdisciplinary thinking. Contact UsArrow
  • Media Studies

    Media studies is a discipline and field of study that deals with the content, history and effects of various media; in particular, the mass media. In the UK, this subject developed in the 1960s from the academic study of English, and from literary criticism more broadly. This subject is now taught all over the UK at a variety of different levels. During your studies, you will learn to critically analyse the media and learn about the structure of communications industries and the relations between media, culture and power. Media studies is a useful subject for those interested in broadcasting, public relations, advertising and journalism. Contact UsArrow
  • Music

    Music is an art that puts sounds together in a way that people like or find interesting. Most music includes people singing with their voices or playing musical instruments, such as the piano, guitar or drums. The word music comes from the Greek word μουσική (mousike), which means “(art) of the Muses”. In Ancient Greece, the Muses included the goddess of music, poetry, art and dance. This subject is a very popular one, however, the theory that is involved in this subject can often be very tricky to understand correctly and put on paper. Contact UsArrow
  • Natural Sciences

    Encompassing biology, chemistry, physics, Earth sciences and a host of others, Natural Sciences aims to explain and predict all of nature’s phenomena. This makes it an excellent interdisciplinary subject with a wide range of applications, helping students to gain a broad understanding of scientific methods and content without focusing too much on narrow details. If you wish to study any of the biological or physical sciences, then this subject is the natural choice for many students. This subject is incredibly enriching and challenging, but students relish the chance to rise to the challenge and make the most of this wonderful and important subject. Many studies choose to continue their studies after their Undergraduate degree, and enter research or further taught postgraduate study. With so many doors opened by this degree, potential options are endless. Many Natural Sciences degrees also offer students the opportunity to have a paid (optional) placement year. By doing this, students can have a taste of the kind of career that this subject could offer them, and also the chance to earn money and all-important experience. Examples of careers from this subject include pharmaceutical careers, research, conservation work, management, marketing, sales, and many more. By utilising one of our personal tutors, you can ensure your child receives an excellent education in any part of the Natural Sciences he or she needs help with. The fact that we tailor tutoring to the individual means students will be able to focus on areas of the subject they find difficult or interesting, instead of being forced to learn things they already know, as often happens when a subject of such scope is taught in schools. To discuss tuition with us, and to book your perfect tutor, please call us on 0203 763 8659, or email us at enquiries@kingstutors.co.uk and we will do everything we can to help you. Contact UsArrow
  • Philosophy

    Philosophy is the study of general and fundamental problems, such as those connected with reality, existence, knowledge, values, reason, mind and language. Philosophy is distinguished from other ways of addressing such problems by its critical, generally systematic approach and its reliance on rational argument.  The word “philosophy” comes from the Ancient Greek word φιλοσοφία (philosophia), which literally means “love of wisdom”. The introduction of the terms “philosopher” and “philosophy” has been ascribed to the Greek thinker Pythagoras. The discipline of learning Philosophy teaches you how to think clearly, a gift that can be applied to just about any line of work. This, therefore, makes this subject a very desirable one to study. Contact UsArrow
  • Photography

    Photography is an art form. They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Knowing how to use your camera can be an invaluable tool to displaying the world as you see it and presenting it to other people. Photography is a beautiful branch of art which can capture moments like nothing else. Whether it is the joy and celebration of life or the stark reality of what people and nature can suffer, this subject can be used to show it all. One of our tutors can help you to get the most out of your camera in all areas, whether that be landscape, fashion or portraits. Please do contact us on enquiries@kingstutors.co.uk or on 0203 763 8659 to discuss your exact needs and we will be more than happy to help you and find the best possible tutor for your style and for your needs. Contact UsArrow
  • Physical Education and Sports Studies

    Physical Education has now moved beyond the typical sports such as netball and hockey. P.E and Sports Studies now aims to help students learn and understand positive activity habits that will last through their lives. The four main sections of Physical Education are physical, mental, social, and emotional. Health and nutrition are also included in the P.E curriculum. Recently, there has been research into the benefits of sports studies. For example, there is a proven positive and useful link between brain development and exercising. Pupils of Sports Studies will learn how to measure and judge performance. Pupils will also learn about the benefits of living in an active and healthy way and about current topics in sport. Current topics include the role of technology in sport, what influences health and physical education, and the importance of the media. Students of this subject have many recent sporting events to look at, such as the 2012 London Olympics and 2015 Commonwealth Games. Students will also have the chance to look at the cultural impact of sport and sporting success in the UK.  This exciting and modern subject looks at the structure of the human body and the promotion of health and appeals to many different people. There is so much more to this subject than just 'playing' a sport. Students also have to be able to tackle health, nutrition, science, psychology and sociology. This is where our tutors come in! Kings Tutors can help match you with the best tutor for your needs. Our P.E and Sports Studies tutors have lots of experience teaching these topics and they love what they do. Our tutors can help students understand and love the subject, but also make sure they are given the tools to tackle the examinations confidently. Contact us for more information! Contact UsArrow
  • Physics

    Physics is the study of the universe. It tries to answer the big, fundamental questions about the world and universe we live in. This includes understanding and studying the building blocks of matter, the essence of our existence. To do so, physicists look at concepts such as energy, force and motion, as well as studying atoms and electrons in minute detail. Physics has great practical use, as students begin to deconstruct and understand the motions and forces they interact with everyday, as well as stimulating intrigue towards our universe. It is also a very interdisciplinary subject, using mathematical, practical and logical skills. Whether it’s getting a grasp on gravity, or learning about the very latest developments at the Large Hadron Collider, physics is both an essential and exciting subject in education. To discuss your individual tuition needs with us so that we are able to find the best possible tutor for you, please do get in touch. You can contact us on enquiries@kingstutors.co.uk, or alternatively you can call us on 0203 763 8659. Contact UsArrow
  • Physiology

    Physiology, a sub-discipline of biology, focuses on how organisms, organ systems, organs, cells and bio-molecules carry out the chemical or physical functions that exist in a living system. The word ‘physiology’ comes from Ancient greek; ‘physis’ meaning nature and origin and ‘-logia’ meaning the study of. This study as a medical field dates back to at least 420 BC to the time of Hippocrates, also known as the father of medicine. In the 19th century, physiological knowledge began to accumulate at a rapid rate, helped in particular by the Cell theory of Schleiden and Schwann. Many sub disciplines of physiology have now developed, often based on the taxa studied or on the level of organisation involved, meaning that physiology is now a broad and wide-ranging subject. Contact UsArrow
  • Politics

    Politics is the practice and theory of influencing other people and political science, the study of politics, examines the acquisition and application of power. This subject is both dynamic and contemporary, you learn about the political system by studying changes and developments as they happen. The word ‘politics’ originates from the Greek ‘politikos’, meaning ‘of, for, or relating to citizens’. Studying politics will enable you to develop your critical thinking skills and to enhance your ability to interpret, evaluate and comment. For this reason politics is highly regarded by university admissions tutors. Contact UsArrow
  • Psychology

    Psychology is the study of the science of the mind, trying to understand and explore human thought. Psychologists study memories, emotions and dreams, as well as psychological disorders or illnesses. By studying human behaviour, psychologists try to advance our understanding of the mind. Despite often drawing criticism as being a lax subject, it is a science, which uses scientific methods to explore the complexities of the human brain and is therefore one of the most crucial subjects. This subject therefore includes the use of data, statistics, experiments and case studies in order to draw conclusions. It is a vastly broad ranging subject, including areas such as clinical psychology, which helps with the treatment of mental disorders, or social psychology, which explores how groups and communities behave. It encourages the development of a range of transferable skills including critical thinking, research and analysis, which Universities and employers highly value. Our tutors are truly passionate about this subject, and are able to assist with all modules (for all examination boards and levels) as well as helping with crucial exam technique and writing style. To find your perfect tutor, please do contact us on enquiries@kingstutors.co.uk. Alternatively, you can contact us on 0203 763 8659. We will always be happy to help in any way we can to ensure that every student is able to reach their full academic potential. Contact UsArrow
  • Religious Studies

    Religious Studies is the examination and understanding of the range of religions and beliefs held throughout the world today. Religion forms a key role in culture, identity and society. Studying different religions and beliefs helps students to understand spiritual, moral and ethical ideas. Students of today are lucky to live in a truly global society. Therefore, we think it is important to understand and engage with the religious and spiritual customs and values held by people across the world. Religious Studies can help give an insight into communal and cross-cultural values, and is particularly useful in introducing students to new ideas, encouraging broad and wide-ranging world-views, and inviting invigorating intellectual debate. Studying religion can also contribute and interact with the study of history, literature and politics, among others making it a useful and worthwhile discipline. Topics that can be looked at include the idea of God, death, human relationships, war and peace, prejudice and discrimination and the relationship between religion and science. Students will be expected to have good writing skills and debating skills. Students should also expect to develop sound analytical skills. It is important when studying RS that students are able to show balanced debates but also an independent opinion. Students of Religious Studies may go on to study many things at University, such as Philosophy, Theology, English Literature, History, PPE, or Religion and Ethics. It is an increasingly popular subject and, we feel, an incredibly important one that produces balanced and intellectual thought. If you, or someone you know, is looking for help with this subject then we would love to help. We have many passionate, dedicated and experienced Religious Studies tutors on our team who would love to help. Please call us on 0203 763 8659, or email us on enquiries@kingstutors.co.uk to find out more about our tutors. Contact UsArrow
  • Russian

    In an increasingly globalised world, language skills are fast becoming one of the most important factors in education and employment. As well as wide-reaching economic significance, Russia also boasts a huge corpus of literature that is central to the Western canon, from Chekov to Dostoyevsky; its similarities with many other Eastern European languages makes Russian a fantastic starting point for greater multilingual development. Our tutors can teach this language at all levels. They have a great love of the country that will certainly rub off on the students, and almost all tutors have spent a considerable amount of time living in Russia. This means they can take students beyond rote learning of speaking and listening, to develop an enthusiasm and confidence in communicating not only in Russian but in any other language they should choose to learn. If you'd like to know more about our available Russian tutors, or you would like to book tuition with us and find the perfect tutor for your individual needs, please do contact us on enquiries@kingstutors.co.uk or call us on 0203 763 8659. We will always be happy to help and advise you on the support we can offer. Contact UsArrow
  • Sociology

    Sociology is the scientific study of social behaviour. Sociology also looks at origins and the development of social behaviour as well as organisation and institutions. Sociology is a social science. Therefore, it uses various methods of investigation and critical analysis. Students can expect to develop knowledge about social order, social disorder and social change. This kind of research is really valuable in all societies because it can be applied directly to social policy and welfare. Sociology focuses on social labels, social class, social mobility, religion, law, sexuality and deviance. These topics are based on human activity, and therefore relate to social structure. Students of this topic can expect to look at topics which deal with health, medical issues, education and the role of activity in scientific knowledge. Tutors can help students improve their essay writing skills and their researching skills. Both of these areas are important in tackling this subject. Students will also cover areas of History, Science and Psychology in this subject. Graduates of Sociology can enter a range of different careers. A Sociology graduate exhibits skills that can directly contribute to society to aid and better people and culture. Careers that are directly linked to this degree include: advice workers; social workers; lecturer and researcher; youth worker; international aid worker; teacher, and so on. It is, therefore, a great subject choice for those who are passionate about helping others. For more information about how Kings Tutors can help, please call us on 0203 763 8659 or email us on enquiries@kingstutors.co.uk. We can help you, or someone you know, find the ideal tutor for your needs. As a company, we work hard to ensure that students are matched up with the perfect tutor. We take into account the tutor's availability, experience, and teaching style so that you can feel confident that your child will reach their full potential. Contact UsArrow
  • Spanish

    Our Spanish tutors are qualified to teach this language to any level. Learning a language opens up opportunities that would not otherwise be possible and contributes the understanding of other cultures which, in turn, offers a sense of global citizenship and respect for others. It also allows pupils to have more independence and increase their confidence too by developing their communication skills. Learning Spanish at school involves being examined on reading, writing, listening and speaking skills. This is so that pupils can then understand others and communicate with them with ease. Our tutors are all qualified to teach this language as well as having a love for this nation and spent a substantial amount of time living there. The result being that their enthusiasm for this language and culture will inspire their tutees to learn this language and succeed at getting to grips with the grammatical structure involved. Students will also be exposed to Spanish literature, art and film; all of which will enhance the enjoyment and experience of learning another language and understanding the culture. Universities, schools and employers all look favourably upon the skill of being able to communicate in another language as it shows patience, dedication, intelligence, and desire to learn about other cultures. Additionally, the ability to speak multiple languages (particularly one such as Spanish which is spoken across the world) increases employability. Spanish is become more and more important to business, and so being able to speak it is becoming increasingly important. To arrange and discuss tuition with us, please call us on 0203 763 8659, or you can email us at enquiries@kingstutors.co.uk. Our tutors are passionate about this subject; many of our tutors have Spanish as their mother tongue, whilst others have both studied it to the highest level and also lived there. Their specialities range from Spanish literature to Spanish grammar, and we are confident that we can find your perfect tutor. Contact UsArrow
  • Sport Studies

    Sport Studies has developed beyond the typical sports, helping students develop positive activity habits that will become beneficial in adulthood. The four main characteristics of Sport Studies are physical, mental, social, and emotional. Additionally, health and nutrition are incorporated into the physical education curriculum. This subject is, therefore, far more well-rounded than many people first realise. Research has revealed that there is a positive and constructive correlation between brain development and exercising. Pupils learn how to measure and judge sporting performance. They also learn about the benefits of living an active and healthy lifestyle. Modern topics that students can expect to learn about include recent sporting events. For example, the London 2012 Olympics or the Glasgow Commonwealth Games. One of the reasons that so many students love this subject is that it is always relevant. There are always sporting and health news and events, for example.  Students will also learn about technology in sport, and the role of the media. This educational subject relates to the physique of the human body and the promotion of health. With a rising obesity crisis in Britain (and worldwide), this subject is more important than ever so that more young people understand how health can be promoted. Our Sports Studies and Science tutors are highly experienced. They are passionate about what they teach, and are the best at what they do. There is more to studying sport than many people think, and so at Kings Tutors we realise how important it is that students receive the best support. If you, or someone you know, would like to book a tutor please call us on 0203 763 8659. Alternatively, you can email us on enquiries@kingstutors.co.uk. We are always happy to help, and we believe that with our tutors' help, you can reach your full potential. Contact UsArrow
  • Statistics

    Statistics bridges the gap between the theory of Mathematics and the more practical Business Studies. Studying this topic will help your child’s learning whether they are interesting in academia, banking or anything inbetween. The ability to collect, sort and analyse data is a crucial life skill, as well as having relevance in almost any job. Statistics is the challenging, but rewarding, ability of learning from data, presenting data and communicating data. Data is collected everywhere, and so this subject is undeniably important to the world and a contribution to this constantly evolving area can make all the difference. Students of this subject will be expected to methodical, analytical, excellent researchers, confident communicators, and truly passionate about their craft and the knowledge that it can change the world. Students will also be expected to have a firm grasp on Mathematics in order to study this subject. Statisticians are in high demand, and there is a great job market for graduates of this subject (a sadly rather rare occurrence in the current job market). Graduates can expect to find careers in a wide variety of markets; from University work, Government work and research work, to business and industry work...there is sure to be something that appeals to everyone. This subject is useful, stimulating and interesting. As well as being qualified to teach this subject at all levels, our tutors will bring an enthusiasm and depth of knowledge that will energise the student into learning and loving Statistics. Whether for specific exam preparation or general learning, this is a subject a student can’t afford to be without. For more information about our Statistics tutors, and to find the perfect tutor for your individual needs, please do contact us on 0203 763 8659. You can also email us at enquiries@kingstutors.co.uk, and we will always be happy to help. Contact UsArrow

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