Regular weekly lessons take place during the term time and holidays between 3.20pm to 8.00pm weekdays and 8.30am to 12.30pm Saturdays.Occasional or extra lessons are available between 9.00am to 3.00pm during the school holidays.
Home tuition can be offered within a 5-10 mile radius of Warminster, Wiltshire. Towns and villages covered include:
The fee for an hour's tuition (including travelling time to and from your home and travelling expenses) is currently £27for pupils living within a 5 mile radius of Warminster. This fee increases a little for pupils living further afield. Please enquire for details.
Are you looking for a patient, kind, reliable tutor to help your child with progress with their maths or English? Is your child:•needing help with maths, reading, writing or spelling? •lacking in confidence and falling behind at school? •more able and not being sufficiently challenged at school? •needing help to prepare for the Year 6 tests and secondary school?
About Nick Swann
Nick Swann, pictured right with his wife Rachael, is a highly experienced primary school teacher and established private tutor who genuinely has children's best interests at heart. Since 2007, he has been providing home tuition in English and maths, mainly for children aged between 8 and 13, living within a 5-10 mile radius of Warminster. (See left for areas covered.)Nick trained at Bath College of Higher Education (now Bath Spa University) from 1994 to 1998. He taught Year 4, 5 and 6 children at Marshfield Primary School, near Chippenham, for 4 years where he won the Best New Teacher Award for the South West of England in 1999. He also gained an impressive record over 3 years for excellent Year 6 SATs results.He went on to teach Year 5 and 6 children at Westbury Leigh Primary Schoolbefore moving to Codford Primary School (now Wylye Valley Primary School), again teaching Years 5 and 6. In 2006, his Year 6 class achieved outstanding SATs results, placing them 10th in Wiltshire’s league table of over 190 primary schools. In the same year, Nick became an 'Advanced Skills Teacher'. Nick has 18 years' experience teaching English and maths to children of all abilities, and has been whole school maths co-ordinator in each of the 3 primary schools he has taught in.In January 2007, Nick set up his own private tuition business. Largely through word of mouth and personal recommendation, Nick's business grew and he now regularly teaches 24 children in their homes each week.Nick lives in Warminster with his wife Rachael. He grew up in the town, attending Crockerton Primary School and later St Augustine's School in Trowbridge. He is well-known locally for his work in schools, and for his involvement with many local organisations and charities over the years.
All pupils begin with a trial lesson (normal fee applies). If, following this lesson, you and your child are happy, arrangements for a regular weekly lesson timecan be made.At busy times during the year, pupils waiting for a weekly lesson time to become available are kept on a list. They are then notified as soon as a lesson time becomes available, including any cancellations.
You are not committed to having any number of lessons. You may be looking for some long or short-term help, depending on your child's needs. Your only commitment is to try and keep the lesson time that has been agreed each week. With children often waiting for lessons at busy times during the year, as much notice as possible is requested should you need to cancel a lesson in order that another child can have your lesson time.