A Year 10 student of Japanese is seeking a Japanese tutor in the Toongabbie area. If interested, please contact Natalie Poon.
A tutor is required for a Japanese Continuers student in the Liverpool area. If you are interested, please contact Natalie Poon at email@example.com
A Year 12 student at Manly Selective Campus is seeking a tutor for Japanese Continuers. The student is located in Chatswood. If you are interested in the position, please contact Kay at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Year 6 student located in Beecroft is seeking a Japanese tutor from January 2019. If you are interested in the position, please contact Irene Chan.
A student at NSW School of Languages is seeking a tutor for Year 12 Japanese Beginners. The student is located in Lidcombe. If you are interested in the position, please contact Stephanie Jung.
Urgent – seeking experienced HSC teacher to support Asquith Girls High School Year 12 Continuers students
The principal of Asquith Girls High School is seeking an experienced HSC Japanese teacher to work with Year 12 Japanese Continuers students to prepare them for the HSC oral exam this coming weekend.
The principal is flexible on the time for tutoring, which could be arranged during the school day or in the afternoon, to suit the teacher's availability.
Interested teachers should contact the principal, Elizabeth Amvrazis, directly via email or mobile 0467 762 670.
A Japanese tutor is required for a Year 11 Japanese Continuers student studying through the NSW School of Languages. The student lives in Winston Hills.
If interested, please contact the student's teacher at email@example.com
A Year 11 Japanese Continuers student in the Winston Hills area is seeking a tutor to assist with their studies.
The student is studying the course through distance education and would like to experience more face-to-face learning.
For further details contact the student's teacher Joanne Wong.
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