Fees, lesson length, teaching days and times, travel

I currently charge £31.00 per hour for GCSE and £35.00 per hour for A level. Undergraduate fees are negotiable, depending on content and level. 

Reduced rates are available for groups of two or more students, subject to negotiation.

Please note that fees are payable monthly in advance, either by BACS, cheque or cash. 

Most of my lesson slots outside school hours (as below) tend to book up soon after the beginning of the September term, so please consider early booking. There may be spaces after that, but it is less likely. 
Obviously daytime slots are easier to find, throughout the year. 

Teaching days and times
I teach 6 days a week - Monday to Saturday.

Pupils who are at school or college usually have lessons between 4.30pm and 9.30 pm on weekdays, or on Saturdays. There is less competition for time slots on weekdays in the daytime, so if  pupils have a free afternoon (e.g. in sixth form), that can be a good time for the lessons.
Pupils for whom I am the sole tutor, who are not attending school or college, usually find that daytime lessons are best (although this is by no means necessary). 
Recommended lesson length
I find from experience that one and a half hours is the ideal. However, this is completely negotiable, 
and I always try to meet the needs of individual students and families.
    It is generally much better if students come to me for lessons, most importantly because I have all the resources on hand,and they can be accessed conveniently and spontaneously when needed. However, when this is impossible, I can travel to the student's home at certain times in the week, but please note that a charge of 50p per mile will be made for the journeys.

I teach students from a very wide radius, with some coming to me from Solihull, Birmingham, Telford, Stafford, Bromsgrove, Redditch and Wolverhampton. 

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