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Fully Qualified Private Teacher

Welcome to Philip M Russell Ltd and experience unparalleled private education with Online and In-Person Tutoring. Fully qualified and experienced teacher. We have our own classroom, laboratory and a TV Studio. All the equipment to do every practical.

1:1 Tuition £40 GCSE £50 A-level
Maths GCSE and A-level
Physics GCSE and A-Level
Chemistry GCSE and A-Level
Biology GCSE Maths and A-Level
Further Maths A-Level
Computer Studies GCSE and A-Level
A-Level Psychology and Sociology
Online and in-person 
Maths GCSE Online lessons from £25 per hour in a class setting.

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1:1 Tuition

Experience the best teaching from a qualified and experienced teacher with top-notch facilities for 1:1 teaching in a classroom and laboratory. Our teaching aids include visualisers, smartboards, and experiments for GCSE and A Level to aid understanding. We take electronic notes for students and send them straight to their phones using a Wacom Cintiq tablet, ensuring easy access to materials. Additionally, we have a vast electronic resource of hundreds of exam papers, including many not normally available to students. We offer both in-person and online teaching options from our TV studio, making learning accessible and convenient for all.

Teaching and Learning on-line

While many schools can't perform experiments online or in the classroom, we can, and it leads to better understanding. Our TV broadcast studio is equipped with studio lighting, multiple microphones, and up to 5 high-definition cameras to provide the best possible online learning environment. We have all the necessary experiments to aid learning and conduct lessons over YouTube and classroom sessions over Zoom from our multicamera TV Studios.

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Posted on July 13, 2024

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Posted on July 12, 2024

I used Snatoms to show how to balance equations. The students found this amusing, and it helped them understand what was going on, turning an abstract concept into a physical one.

Posted on July 11, 2024

I'm using the @pascoscientific weather sensor to gather weather data from ordinary days so the students can better understand averages, maxima and minima from a large dataset. Too often, students have to find an average of three or four items and we can use tools like Capstone to help.

Posted on July 10, 2024

Complex numbers in exponential form—Teaching complex numbers isn't complicated, but it can be hard to get your mind to think about them. Seeing numbers in graphic form helps considerably here.

Posted on July 9, 2024

I'm using frictionless hover balls to help explain collisions. They are great when introducing collisions at angles and, when coupled with some sensors to show their angle and speed, invaluable for demonstrating the conservation of momentum.

Posted on July 8, 2024

Using a microscope stage calibration slide to work out the measurements in the eyepiece graticule. Students seem to find it a hard concept to look at a ruler with an eyepiece graticule, then remove the slide, replace it with the subject, and be able to measure it.

Posted on July 5, 2024

Setting up ready to do electrolysis of a molten substance. Most of these are too dangerous to do in the lab and require a fume cupboard to do safely.

Posted on July 4, 2024

Disaster struck. Some of my machines suddenly wouldn't connect the Bluetooth devices to @pascoscientific Capstone. The Sensors were fine, but the Bluetooth suddenly died on two machines. Windows pretended it was working. The new Bluetooth dongles are in, and they are working as before.

Posted on July 3, 2024

Conditional Probability is one of the Math concepts that the students really find difficult, but translating the word of the question into the formula makes everything so much easier.

Posted on July 2, 2024

Examining the power of pneumatics with Lego, pumping up a pressure tank and then using these to open or close a cylinder, the students were amazed at how science backs up engineering principles.

Posted on July 1, 2024

Flowers exhibit a stunning variety of shapes and styles, each uniquely designed to attract insects for reproduction. Their relentless evolution highlights the beauty of nature's ingenuity, even as pollinators become scarcer. #Nature #Evolution #Biodiversity

Posted on June 28, 2024

Heating a gas syringe to 100C using steam from a steam generator and then adding a known mass of a volatile liquid allows us to determine its volume and, thus, its molecular mass.