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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 teachering. We have our own classroom, laboratory and a TV Studo. 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
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, 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 May 26, 2024

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Posted on May 25, 2024

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Posted on May 24, 2024

Students are getting lots of practice on how to do titrations. They are attempting to get single drops and very similar values on each repeat.

Posted on May 23, 2024

Completing one of the A-Level PAGs investigating breathing using a @pascoscientific spirometer. Measuring the vital capacity as well as the tidal volume. Trying this out before, during, and after running on a treadmill.

Posted on May 22, 2024

1:1 online Maths Revision hits the spot. The student comes in not being able to do something and, in the end, can do it. Soon, the students run out of things they can't do and have to get a good grade. So far, all the students have told me how easy the exams are!

Posted on May 21, 2024

Going through all the physics practicals as revision just before the exam. How many can be done in a session? All 4 in an hour running concurrently. Determining density was one of the quickest.

Posted on May 20, 2024

Low-power microscopes scored much better than high-power microscopes for viewing all types of biological specimens. Sometimes, more magnification isn't better, especially for viewing insects and some pond organisms

Posted on May 18, 2024

Practice planning the 12-mark A-level computing questions. It is not just about getting the facts down but also about organizing them effectively and using relevant examples.

Posted on May 17, 2024

All the Chemistry Revision for Paper 1 is now done. All the required practicals have been gone over, and lots of past papers have been practised. Now, it's over to the students to show what they can do.

Posted on May 16, 2024

It's easy to understand how to stack the near-frictionless @pascoscientific trollies on top of one another to increase the mass two or three times and use the magnetic bumpers to create fully elastic collisions or the Velcro to create inelastic ones.

Posted on May 15, 2024

Tracing paper, often overlooked, is one of the most vital tools for a math exam. Its versatility in helping visualize transformations, reflections, and rotations can significantly improve problem-solving efficiency. Remember to bring it! #MathExamEssentials

Posted on May 14, 2024

The water turbine shows a set of energy conversions that the students are quite familiar with. Gravitational potential energy is converted to Kinetic to Electrical in the generator and from there into light. I am not so sure about the Coloured Wheel, but it is interesting and gives rise to lots of interesting Physics discussions.