Clive T

Central England

Clive T

I was a classroom teacher for 20 years until 2011, previously having worked in industry and in research as a professional engineer with a 2.1 degree from Brunel University (1966).

No smoking Private bathroom available Wifi available at home
No smoking Private bathroom WiFi available

Location information

Location: Newbury, Berkshire | View a map of this location

Nearest airport(s): London Heathrow (LHR) 50 minutes

Nearest railway station: Newbury

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Academic information

My teaching experience included Computing, IT and Mathematics, mainly with GCSE and A level classes. I worked at a variety of institutions in the Newbury district, including St Bartholomew’s School, Newbury College and Padworth College. During this period I gained a PGCE from Oxford Brookes (2002). Since retirement from classroom teaching  in 2011, I  have gained wide experience of  personal tuition,  helping  students mainly with Mathematics and Science at GCSE and A- level.

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 Family information

I live with my wife, Susan. We have three grown up sons who now live and work away from home. We have a cat. I am interested in local history and the history of stately homes. I enjoy cooking and computing. I am a keen reader of English literature.

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About the teacher’s accommodation

I live in a village called Woolton Hills, south west of the city of Newbury in the southern county of Berkshire. My home is a four bedroom, modern, detached house. There is a large garden to enjoy in summer. The village is situated amidst attractive countryside, with woods and hills and small, old villages.

About the local area

Woolton Hills is a small village with a small shop, a pub and a church. It is a short bus ride or car journey to the attractive town of Newbury. The town has all modern amenities and a railway station with good connections. There are regular markets, a racecourse, a theatre and a cinema.
You can visit the city of Oxford to see the ancient university with its Gothic architecture, explore the museums and hire a punt to go on the river.
Windsor is another town to visit where you can see the historical castle and enjoy the excellent shops and eating places.
A day trip to London to see all the attractions is also very convenient. There is a frequent train service and the journey is 60 minutes. Locally, there are a number of stately homes and beautiful gardens to visit.


Excursions available with this teacher

Visit to Oxford and its university – Outdoor tour round the colleges.  In the summer a picnic lunch by the river.

Cost: Free

Visit to Winchester – Tour round the city.  Winchester has a cathedral and some museums.

Cost: Free

Visit to Living Rainforest – Replica of the Rainforest with birds, animals and butterflies.

Cost: Free

Visit to Donnington Castle – A visit to a historic ruined castle of 14th century.

Cost: Free

Visit to Littlecote House – This beautiful mansion has an unusual Chapel and Great Hall.  There is also a Roman villa in the grounds.

Cost: Free