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Welcome to Virtual Teacher

Welcome to Virtual Teacher, the online lesson plan and home schooling resource solution for teachers, NQTs and anyone in the teaching profession looking for lesson plan resources.

Virtual Teacher currently specializes in teaching History although we will expand into other subjects in the future. We provide a number of different teaching solutions tailored to meet the needs of different education approaches.

  • Lesson plans for teachers (KS3, 4 and 5)
  • Schemes of work for teachers and home schooling
  • On-line live tuition (1-to-1 or groups)
  • In-person tuition (Cambridge area only)

If you cannot find resources for your specific teaching needs then please let us know your requirements using the "Request an urgent history lesson plan" option below and we will happily supply either bespoke or existing plans to meet your needs. We will email you back as quickly as possible with details of what we can offer.

If you are interested to learn more about our web based tuition solutions or if you are looking for a History Tutor in the South Cambridgeshire area then please email your requirements to our tutor team and we will be happy to help.

Please don't rush off just yet. Why not browse around our site a little and see what we have to offer. If you think something is missing from our proposal please allow us the opportunity to correct our mistake by emailing us with any feedback, questions or requests you may have.



Please use the links below or the tabs on the sidebar to navigate around the site.

Today's Historical Fact

Did you know that on July 27th 1586 Sir Walter Raleigh brought the first tobacco to England from Virginia. Also on July 27th, but in 1694, the Bank of England was founded.

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