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Lizzie is an outstanding teacher! My child looks forward to his one-on-one sessions each week. Lizzie is not only friendly and engaging, but extremely knowledgeable! My child’s English skills have improved greatly ever since he started tutoring with Lizzie. As a parent, what I like most is how confident and clearly skilled Lizzie is at her job. She always has a clear plan for what she wants to work on and an educational direction for my child’s individual needs. I would highly recommend working with her!
Lizzie is an absolutely committed and professional English tutor who has tutored my three boys from the ages of 10 to 17. She has improved their grades remarkably in a year. Lizzie has a lovely rapport with each student and sincerely wishes them to achieve for themselves. She encourages their learning and for the older ones keeps close tabs on them over exam time, honing in on what needs more work and not letting them get off the hook. I would highly recommend Lizzie. Her love of teaching English is bought to one’s doorstep and her polite and cheerful manner is always lovely to be around.
Lizzie has been tutoring my 17 year old son and 14 year old daughter for 2 years. Lizzie is a very professional, patient and encouraging tutor. She is very invested in helping her students achieve their best work and will tailor the sessions and homework to their current curriculum. I am very impressed with her knowledge and understanding what is required for her students English assessments and will ensure they have the skills and comprehension to complete these to their best ability. I would definitely recommend Lizzie Grace as an excellent English Tutor.
What is knowledge-rich tutoring?
Hear about my tutoring philosophy from my interview on the Qualified Tutor Podcast.
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