Your domain registration is pending. Check again in an hour

Hemel Private Tuition

Hemel Hempstead Science & Maths Tutor 1:1 Tuition & Online 01442 234892
Opening at 07:00
Header image for the site

Updates

It was the first time I had done Charles Law using a dried capillary tube and a bead of conc Sulfuric Acid to determine the volume against the temperature. The experiment took 3 hours, but I now know how to make it faster to fit into an hour lesson. Jacques Charles made a major contribution to th...

Read More

I confused many of the students with the paraffin block puzzle. The bottom is dark, the top light. Turn is round anyway, and the bottom is still dark. It kept the students amused for quite a while whilst they tried to work out what I had done to it.

After many months of waiting for my @Pascoscientific Wireless Geiger Counter and stand to arrive, I particularly like the stand, being able to place sources at different distances and placing different thicknesses of different materials to absorb the radiation.

Diffraction of light using a laser going through a single pinhole in a piece of Aluminium foil. I like introducing a topic by demonstrating an effect or, better still, letting the students do their own demo and then letting them come up with an explanation of what is happening. The light spreads ...

Read More

Comparing the burning of different alcohols by colour and rate of burning. It's always interesting when asked to compare substances. The students usually suggest taste - then they read the bottle labels.

Teaching topics like Bluetooth can be tedious - so spicing this up a little using the Bluetooth Go Dice. We can get the values, and the orientation of the dice, whether they are being rolled or not and then we can program them so we can count the total or change the values.

Negative feedback is a difficult concept to try and get over, so I tried using a balance board and the @pascoscientific smart cart strapped to my chest using the accelerometer to show my movement in the X Y and Z axis as I tried to keep my balance. The students did better than me

Density determination with a few extra challenges like an irregularly shaped piece of polystyrene, warm liquid gallium, and a hollow metal box

Using the Casio fx-50 to draw graphs of the trig functions and using the value on another graph so that the intersection can be found and then the value displayed. Better for understanding than using the CAST Diagram and the standard calculator


Testimonials

a year ago
I have been studying with Philip since Year 4 and have just accepted an offer to study Paramedicine at University. I had a difficult relationship with maths when I started with Philip as I had a bad experience with my school teachers and I can lose focus easily. Philip made the lessons so much fun and understood what kept my interest so that it didn't feel like a chore! He has seen me through my triple science and maths GCSEs and now my Applied Science BTEC. I also have interests now in science that I never would have had previously - and he has given me so much confidence! Never thought I would miss lessons - but I will miss his!
- Violet M
a year ago
Just got my engineering maths results back, scoring extremely well thanks to the tutoring service
- Scott B

1:1 Private Tuition at GCSE and A Level

https://hemelprivatetuition.co.uk/ With over 35 years of teaching in schools, Colleges and Universities, Philip is a very experienced qualified teacher. The 1:1 tuition helps the student gain confidence in their subject, learn practical skills by doing experiments and apply this knowledge into boosting their grades at examination time. Full online teaching and many pre-recorded lessons. We have a fully equipped Covid secure classroom/laboratory and a TV studio to carry out 1:1 teaching.  Each lesson is crafted to what your child needs. Get more details at  https://hemelprivatetuition.co.uk/

Online group tuition is also available
Mondays GCSE Chemistry 6-7pm
Tuesdays GCSE Physics 6-7pm
Wednesdays GCSE Biology 6-7pm
Thursdays GCSE Maths 6-7pm

Contact Us

Contact

Call now
  • 01442 234892

Address

Get directions
53 Hilldown Road
Hemel Hempstead
HP1 3JD
UK

Opening Hours

Mon:7:00 am – 9:30 pm
Tue:7:00 am – 9:30 pm
Wed:7:00 am – 9:30 pm
Thu:7:00 am – 9:30 pm
Fri:7:00 am – 9:00 pm
Sat:9:00 am – 9:00 pm
Sun:Closed
Get quote
Message sent. We'll get back to you soon.