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Flintshire teacher sets up tutoring business - Chester Chronicle 25/08/11

A FORMER West Cheshire College teacher has left the classroom and set up her own tutoring business.

Sharon Hughes has launched Tutors4GCSE, which provides tutoring for youngsters across the county in community venues including Mold Sports Centre, Connah’s Quay swimming pool, Broughton Community Centre and Gladstone’s Library in Hawarden.

The 42-year-old started Tutors4GCSE to inspire younger learners after seeing further education students who had lost all enthusiasm for learning maths and English. read more.

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Tutor offers advice to Flintshire GCSE students - Flintshire Chronicle
A FLINTSHIRE tutor has offered advice to students who didn’t get the GCSE grades they wanted. Sharon Hughes, of Penymynydd, who runs Tutors4GCSE says she received numerous calls from parents and students who thought they would need to re-sit maths and English exams before results were even released.
Learning Director takes Maths to the Pitch
It was a wonderful community event on Saturday when over 1000 youngsters aged between 9 and 14 came together for the Lions Football Tournament in Bebington. The event, held annually is popular with local and regional youngsters although this year the event was able to boast teams coming from further a field.
5 Minutes with Tutors4GCSE: The Power of Personal
This is where I chat with someone whose business is selling to schools or parents. We’ll talk about what they found works, what didn’t and just generally give you the benefit of their experience – with hopefully a few interesting ideas along the way.
Educator turned Entrepreneur Seeks Community Venues in North Wales, Cheshire and Wirral
A Flintshire teacher turned businesswoman is on the hunt for community venues around North Wales, Cheshire and the Wirral following a fantastic response to the launch of her tutoring business “Tutors4GCSE”.
Number of 'inadequate' teachers doubles in a year
Despite a multi-billion pound spend on education under the last Government, the proportion of teachers classed as ‘outstanding’ has halved in the same year, school inspectors have found. Ofsted found millions of British schoolchildren were being taught by teachers who did not plan lessons properly, were unable to control their students...
Almost half of employers forced to teach basic literacy and numeracy skills
It’s a frightening finding, but this week the CBI (Confederation of British Industry) announced that following a research study they found some 44% of businesses are offering literacy and numeracy tuition amid concerns their young staff are unable to carry out everyday tasks.
Director of learning urges people to 'get involved'

Celebrating the 20th Adult Learners' Week in 2011, the learning initiative continues to be the largest drive for learning of its kind - celebrated in over 55 countries across the world.

Director of learning urges parent
Director of Learning for regional tutoring company Tutors4GCSE, Sharon Hughes, is stressing to parents the importance of building strong foundations in their children’s learning, following an increase in students who are struggling to develop the building blocks needed for Maths and English.
Learning Director launches revision guidelines
‘Little and often’ is one of the keys to successful revision practice according to Sharon Hughes, Learning Director of regional tutoring company Tutors4GCSE.
Failing uniform rules fuels poor classroom behaviour claims coalitions expert
Can it be so simple that the key to our failing classrooms can be corrected by implementing a strict school uniform policy?
Parents skills can benefit schools says OFSTED

According to Ofsted schools should be carrying out an audit of parents’ skills and qualifications and be seeking to use them to improve results.Parents’ specialist knowledge could be utilised in driving up standards, but is being “underused” by schools, a report from the watchdog recommends.

Primary Teachers to 'teach' after only 6 weeks

Hundreds of primary teachers with only six weeks’ training will be injected into deprived areas from September following the expansion of the “mission-based” Teach First programme, it has been announced.