Wivenhoe Bookshop. There will be a new, in-person Philosophy Breakfast, but, as with the last course, with capped numbers. The course will start in February. For details, please see the bookshop’s page (and one books through the bookshop) and/or this syllabus (PDF).
Ipswich Institute. The philosophy reading group resumes in January. See the Institute’s website here or, to book via the web, here (except that, at present, the course is fully booked already). Also, the slides for my fairly recent ‘welcome back’ talk (of which I am rather proud) are available upon request.
University of the Third Age, at Chelmsford. There may or may not be a future course.
Philosophy For the Home-Educated, at Firstsite, Colchester: course postponed, due to the pandemic.
I do private tutoring. However, I do not help with assessed essays (for, under most circumstances, that would be cheating). Nor will I help with plans for assessed essays (for that too could be cheating).
Past teaching. I have run philosophy courses at two Colchester venues (namely, the lovely Red Lion Books and The Minories). In 2017 and 2018 I taught at Learning for Pleasure, Brentwood. I have worked with various tutoring agencies. I have taught at the Universities of Essex, Hertfordshire and Central Lancashire and at the Open University.