Encouraging, inspiring Art Tuition in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere will help you enjoy getting the best grade possible for your GCSE Art or Photography or A Level Art or Photography exams. One-to-One GCSE Art Tuition and A Level Art or Photography Tuition with me offers you highly personalised, individual Art and Photography Tuition.
Explore creative ideas, themes, artists and art materials of personal interest to you with guidance from a fully qualified, knowledgeable and experienced Art Teacher in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere. Develop skills and confidence while studying a creative subject you love in greater depth while gaining a nationally recognised qualification, from which you can progress to Further or Higher Education.
I will work alongside you to help you clarify your goals and help you achieve them. Give me a ring on 01379 897393, and we can discuss your requirements.
What Clients Say
Our daughter was in her A2 year and struggling with her Photography A level. We engaged Zangmo to help. It was clear that she had considerable experience with the subject and what was required from the examination board. From the start she assisted by ensuring that a strong framework was put into place. This had an immediate effect of giving our daughter the confidence she needed to allow her to progress in a meaningful way.
Her approach is to lead but not take over allowing the project portfolio to develop in a constructive manner, fitting in with the school course work and maintaining a fresh perspective.
Jayne O, Attleborough
I have been so delighted with the progress of my GCSE and A Level Art students and Photography students. Not only have they been delightful to work with, they have also really improved their grades. One girl shifted her A Level Photography grade from D to B in one year. Another GCSE Art student, who was completely at sea when she came to me with a predicted grade of C, achieved an A*, in two terms, which was awesome. I also have some wonderful adult clients, who came to me feeling really stuck, trying to do "good" art, who are now being much more themselves, freeing up, and experimenting with all sorts of media and methods and ideas of personal interest.