Georgios holds a degree in classical studies and drama from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. He is currently undertaking a Masters in creative performance practice at London South Bank University. Georgios has experience as a teacher across a variety of age groups, including working with students with learning support and behavioural needs; this includes students who have been out of mainstream education for a long time. Working in small groups and 1-to-1 settings, he has taught the core subjects for up to Year 10s and also Religious Studies up to GCSE level. Georgios specialises in Latin, History and Ancient Greek.
Georgios believes in the importance of assessing the starting points and baseline of his students, in order to shape his understanding of the areas that the students need to develop. For this to be successful, Georgios then creates a personalised scheme of learning. Georgios feels this helps both the tutor and the student in managing time, in order to get the most out of the tuition sessions. He believes in slowing things down where there are gaps in learning and going deeper in areas where the student feels confident.
In his spare time, Georgios enjoys going to the gym or doing yoga, as well as visiting the theatre and cinema. He considers himself to be a very creative person and so he enjoys crafts and pot making, as well as drawing.