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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.

Daily Blog and Social Media

Read and Comment on the Blog https://hemelprivatetuition.blogspot.com/ 
Posted on February 24, 2024

Computing understanding Boolean logic gates. We created an adder using some logic software and turning tumbles, as well as creating the circuit using a BBC Microbit controlling physical chips to light LEDs - at this scale, a computer chip would be miles across.

Posted on February 23, 2024

Which candle will go out first when we put the beaker on top? Is it the volume of the stacking candles making the flame go out, or is it the height?  Height made a difference. The high candle always went out first with the same volume used up. Why might that be? All big problems for year 8 chemistry.

Posted on February 22, 2024

Using the @Pascoscientific drop counter with the Chemistry sensor, the pH sensor, and the temperature sensor to determine the changes when an Acid reacts with an Alkali.

Posted on February 21, 2024

Getting in plenty of Maths Practice. The best way to improve at Maths is to do lots of practice. I have many papers that go back over 40 years, although some of my A-level students struggle with the oldest O-level papers.

Posted on February 20, 2024

The Laplace apparatus is an excellent start to electromagnetism. Plug in, and the rod moves. Why is the question? The answer is to motivate students to look up and learn about a topic as we get started. And it always seems to work even for the reluctant.

Posted on February 19, 2024

The students are learning to sterilise, make and pour their own plates, ready to pour a culture of bacteria that they can then test with different concentrations of natural antiseptics such as mint and garlic.

Posted on February 18, 2024

My first Network was at British Shipbuilders teaching on BBC B computers with an Econet Network. Controlling screens and all controlled by a Second Processor Unit on the Master computer.

Posted on February 17, 2024

The student set up. A good faster computer i7 with 32Gb RAM, a large disk, a Wacom Tablet screen with Pen, and a monitor. A couple of calculators, one graphic, the other a standard calculator, and access to hundreds of experiments and scientific equipment.

Posted on February 16, 2024

Electrolysis is a complex subject, and it is important to understand working out which substance will appear at which electrode and why. Relating reactivity series and electronegativity to real-world examples.

Posted on February 15, 2024

The @pascoscientific wireless pH sensor is great for both Biology and chemistry. The sensor can easily be used out in the field measuring river samples connected to an iPad with Sparkvue.

Posted on February 14, 2024

Long gone are the days of penalising careless and untidy work - until you get into business.

Posted on February 13, 2024

Determining the velocity of waves in a ripple tank using a phone to capture the wavelength and the videoing in slow-mo with a clock timer in the background to determine the number of waves passing a point per second.