Many new English teachers have been brought to Newcastle in the last few years, mostly from London where many of them now work full time. The demographics of the city are changing and as a result, new developments are occurring. Many businesses are relocating and setting up shop on the streets and in the central areas of Newcastle. This has led to an increase in the number of foreign students who now study in the city, both on-campus and online. As more students move to the area, the need for Newcastle English tutors is now more acute and so many new positions have become available.
Newcastle English Tutors
To cater to the needs of all students who live and study in Newcastle, there are now a wide variety of different kinds of tutors available to cater for their needs. There are experienced and skilled teachers, as well as beginners learning to teach English. If you are a non-native English speaker looking to teach in the Newcastle area then the first step is to find a local teacher who can speak and understand your language. There are many native English speakers teaching in the local schools, both private and state-supported. Of course, there are also many teachers who have studied English and want to share their knowledge by teaching new students in the local area. You should make sure that any teachers you approach are fully qualified to teach at university level and accredited by an English teaching agency.
Once you have found a teacher who you think you would be good with, it is a matter of trying to get them to sign up as a tutor for your students. Many schools now encourage their teachers to take on new foreign students, especially those who have limited or no experience of teaching in the UK. Of course you may have to pay a higher tuition fee for a tutor who is new to the area, but it is often worth it to be able to provide them with some much-needed tuition help. There are also many workshops and classes held around the city that you could sign up for that would help you in your role as a tutor. These range from full day courses to small weekly ones, but whatever you choose, always remember that it is important for your students to feel as if they are in a cohesive, supportive environment.