From time to time, spammers use tutoring websites to contact tutors. When this happens we always publish their details, so that their information gets picked up by search engines such as Google, and suspicious tutors don’t not fall into the trap of contacting them. Today, we received the following message from a user called Comfort:... Read more »
Full name: Jon Ellis
Hello! I am one of the Founders of Tutorhub, so I hope that you have found this blog interesting, and who knows you may even be curious enough to take a look at our online tutoring website tutorhub.com.
I will start with some information about me. I am interested in education and parenting issues, and blog about them regularly.
I live in rural North Somerset, and when not working I like to spend time with my family and walking the dog.
My interests include all forms of sport, particularly rugby union.
I hope that you find what I have to say useful. Us bloggers love it when our readers tell us what they think of our articles, so please feel free to say what you think, and we’ll do our best to publish your thoughts.
Bye for now.
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