I'm a linguist who has studied 15 languages, of which I teach 9. I love sharing my knowledge and passion for language
learning with students and will tailor my teaching approach and style to each learner in order to enable them to achieve
I hold an MA in French and Italian from the University of Cambridge and an MA in Translation and Interpreting from the
University of Westminster.
I enjoy travel and keeping active through sports; playing tennis, badminton, football, squash and table tennis.
I hold a PhD degree in Mechanical Engineering from University of Newcastle.
Currently, I am a Chartered Engineer (MIMechE CEng) working in a Britain railway company and formerly held a
post-doc research associate post at a UK university.
I am looking forward to providing support to students seeking help with mathematics, physics and engineering
at GCSE and beyond to University Level. I am passionate about helping students to achieve their full potential.
My first step is to understand the students’ academic strengths and weaknesses. Ultimately, I aim to help
them to be motivated to love the subjects through real life applications and seeks to encourage students
to go deep into the subjects to gain better understanding of the big picture.
I have a keen interest in photography, table tennis, Engineering innovation and DIY projects.
I’m a fully qualified primary specialist teacher. I have taught in Primary, Secondary and SEN schools in both Australia
and the UK over the last 6 years. I’ve completed a double degree (Bachelor of Education/ Graduate Diploma of Outdoor and
Environmental Education) in Australia.
I engage my students in a range of learning experiences including active, musical, written, etc. This allows me
to gauge what learning experiences are best suited to each individual child so that I can have the biggest
positive impact on their learning outcomes. I believe that children learn best when they are having fun and
active in the learning process and I ensure my lessons are reflective of that.
I have a great passion for music. Whether it be playing guitar, singing, looking for new music ,
or producing at home and have found that music is incredibly effective when used to help children learn.
I’m a qualified science teacher and an experienced full-time tutor teaching across the
age range. Throughout my post-secondary education and career in education, I have
worked as a private tutor, building my clientele via word of mouth referrals. My tuition
experience has taken me overseas in recent years to support international students in
Zurich, Antibes, Athens and most recently Monaco. I have successfully supported
student entry into St Pauls Scholarship, Eton Scholarship, Wycombe Abbey,
Westminster, The Emanuel School, and Dulwich alongside a wide variety of other top
independent and grammar schools.
I hold a first degree in Biomedical Science (2.1) and completed the medical school
graduate entry program at SGHMS University of London before pursuing a PGCE to
formalise my teaching skills. As a lifelong learner myself, I have also taken up an MSc
at the University of Surrey in Nutritional Medicine following an online course in Disease
Prevention and Nutritional Medicine with UCSF. After a teaching Science at two UK
state schools, I moved to the Independent Sector where I spent a year teaching Science
at Hampton Court House before being invited to teach Biology at Chelsea Independent
College where I was appointed as Head of Biology.
As a tutor, I strive to tailor my knowledge and input to each individual student based on
their needs. I feel strongly that an optimistic, 'you can do it' approach - alongside
eliminating a student’s fear of particular topics by broaching them at the get-go and
instilling good exam technique are all essential.
I am also highly experienced at helping students looking to study Medicine or those
professions allied to Medicine through GCSE/IGCSE preparation in all three Sciences
and Biology at A level.
I’m a fully qualified Primary Teacher with QTS and have over 4 years’ experience in teaching.
I started out as a Learning support assistant and worked extensively with children with SEND and EAL
needs before undertaking my Teaching degree in Primary Education. For the last three years, I have taught
children in Key Stage 1, including all core subjects and phonics.
As a teacher, I have extensive
experience in working with students in order to support them in achieving expected levels and targets at the
end of the year. I believe all children are different and therefore my approach varies depending on the child,
their interests and what they need to be successful in their learning outcomes. Nonetheless, my approach is to
create fun, stimulating lessons that engage children in all areas and support them to achieve their very best.
For 'me time'
I love fashion and use it as something that makes me happy! I love advising people what to wear and adore finding 'cheap buys'.
Above all, I love reading and strive to bring my passion for literature into my lessons!
I’m a Third Year Medical Student at Imperial University with tuition
experience in Science and Mathematics.
I am going into my third year of Medicine at Imperial University with the view
to working as an A&E Doctor following the completion of my degree. I
completed the extensive list of secondary qualifications: A Level: Biology,
Chemistry and Maths all at Grade A* and in addition AS level: Further Maths
and Geography at Grade A, and I am an experienced tutor in these subject
areas of expertise. I’m also able to offer Medical school admissions and
interview support to students looking to enter the field of Medicine at
University and support at Foundation Level for international university
students beginning their studies in the UKs.
I provide a student-centered learning approach with the delivery of my tuition
sessions by developing a resource kit aimed at making questions on what has
been taught in order to test and challenge their knowledge and to prepare
exam style questions to end all sessions in order to improve exam technique.
I’m an avid marathon runner and will take part in running in the Washington
DC marathon this Autumn. I also have a passion for women's football and
enjoy traveling to new places around the world in order to experience the
culture of these newly discovered places.
I’m a fully qualified UK QTS teacher who trained and have over 12 years of experience of teaching
in France. I hold a master’s degree in American Literature and French with experience in teaching the
French curriculum in secondary schools. I also have experience in working in both primary schools and
colleges and have shared my skill set as an expert in my field as a teacher trainer for the past 3 years
before relocating from Paris to London.
Able to teach French across the age ranges through to
Foundation Year Level at University, I also am able to offer the CNED programme to native French speakers.
My personal approach to tuition is based around creating a close relationship with my students in order to
better their understanding and passion for the subject. I use a variety of playful activities, songs, drama
and popular culture in my lessons so that learning becomes easier and funnier!
I’m a mum to 2
children and love travel, reading and gymnastics.
I’m an experienced Assistant Educational Psychologist with SEND and Learning Support expertise.
Since graduating with a degree in psychology in 2017, I have worked in schools with students from primary to
university age. I now work as an assistant educational psychologist where I support children and young people with
special educational needs, helping them to overcome barriers in their education and reach their full potential.
I also run group interventions with children who struggle with a range of issues relating to emotional regulation
such as anxiety, challenging behaviour and ASD related needs.
I am extremely approachable and
patient when supporting learners, allowing my student to make progress at a pace that is suitable to
them and in line with their unique targets as they work towards their potential. I always aim to make
my teaching approach as interactive as possible so that my students can enjoy challenging themselves and
develop a love of learning.
I enjoy keeping fit and particularly loves running and yoga.
I am passionate about animals and my home often doubles up as an animal hospital for injured wildlife.
I have a passion for psychology and spend a lot of time reading around the subject and most recently
qualified as a Mental Health First Aid trainer.
I’m a Fully Qualified Secondary Science Teacher. I hold an Honours Degree in Biological Sciences and
following a career in the military have been teaching for almost 10 years. I hold two post graduate
qualifications; a Post Graduate Certificate Education in secondary science and the National Award for
Middle Leaders. I am currently a senior leader at a secondary school and teach Biology, Chemistry and
Physics for ages 11-16 up to (GCSE) and Biology to A level. I’m an expert in the AQA GCSE specification
and have extensive knowledge of the new 9-1 grading system.
My personal approach is to work in
partnership with my students to achieve their potential by building strong professional relationships
with each student I tutor. I create an environment that feels relaxed and fun but learning focused.
Through conversation and questioning, students are assessed so rapid progress takes place. My students
have said that they always learn something from my lessons and that they love the way I am able to
explain things so they understand them. During each lesson I use real world examples that link different
topics together so students can gain a real depth of understanding. Throughout the journey both student
and parent are kept informed about progress and how to move forward for the next session. I have been a
tutor for the last 4 years and secured top grades for students who were struggling. 2019 was a big
success for me, as all of my students secured at least a level 6 in all three sciences.
rugby and is part of the London Touch Rugby Association.
I’m a fully qualified primary teacher with KS2 and extensive private tuition and mentoring experience,
in particular with students with Learning Support Needs including ASD and behavioural difficulties, including
the use of Makaton and ABA. For the past three years, I have taught at an outstanding primary school and have
recently begun a new teaching post teaching Year 6 pupils, with responsibility for PE, at my new school. I have
a passion for Mathematics and Literacy, including the ability to teach reading recovery and English as an additional
language pupils. Beyond my teaching experience, I have a passion for History, theology and critical thinking and
am a tutor skilled in supporting students with 13+ entrance assessments and interview preparation.
to supporting student learning is based on the individuals’ needs, filling gaps and supporting them to progress
using their institution's strategies and policies. I use humour to build a professional working relationship and
help break down learning to engage my students in the tasks at hand.
As a lifelong learner, I enjoy reading -
in particular non-fiction, and enjoy keeping fit by cycling and playing football. At the weekends, I can often be found
brushing up on my Master Chef skills as I have a passion for cooking.
I am a fourth and final year undergraduate studying Linguistics and Hispanic Studies at Queen Mary University of London.
In my third year of studies, I also completed an Erasmus programme abroad in Madrid, Spain to further my work in Hispanic studies
and am a specialist in offering MFL tuition in Spanish, French and Greek. I also have experience working as an English as a Foreign
Language Teacher with students from infancy stages, all the way to young adults.
Having been a tuition student myself in my
earlier years, and currently having experience in teaching, I am able to put myself in both parties’ shoes and see both perspectives
of student and teacher. I believe that learning a new language can be difficult, but a suitable tutor can ease the process significantly.
Every student is different and must be approached with a particular style of teaching, and as a teacher I aim to make sure to adapt to
the best way of the students' learning and make their best qualities stand out.
Alongside my academic life, I love travelling
and photography. I also sing and can play five instruments. I am able to teach Piano to beginners. I am native speaker of Romanian and
Greek and am fluent in Spanish.
I’m a passionate, qualified science and maths teacher with a Bsc in Physics (from King’s College London),
with over three years experience.
Throughout my education, I have been gaining experience through teaching
internships (with Ogden trust) and private tuition. After completing my degree, I obtained my qualified teaching status
(QTS) and PGCE (physics & mathematics) from King's College London.
I have spent countless hours trying to teach
myself with online resources. As a result, I am someone who understands common mistakes, areas of misconceptions and how
to overcome them. My teaching style often includes videos, physical demonstrations and relatable analogies for topics being
studied. I also include time to practise questions which will directly test the students’ application of theory. Most importantly,
I aim for my pupils to solve problems smartly, recognise exam tricks and enjoy the learning process!
I enjoy many team
sports like badminton and have found a recent love for aerial arts and yoga. I also speaks fluent Urdu.
I have recently graduated in History from the University of Cambridge and offer an additional specialism in
Psychology and Religious Studies, all of which I successfully studied at A Level.
Throughout my time at
Cambridge I have always had an interest in helping others academically and beyond where I have worked with children
ages 12 - 20 from around the world. This includes teaching in Kathmandu for 6 weeks gaining international experience
and teaching at a number of prestigious Cambridge summer schools, as well as private tutoring at University.
I am a firm believer that education isn’t just restricted to the classroom. Education should be seen holistically,
that is why I view tuition as a great way to see results academically. Once a student is confident in their overall
abilities they will see results, which is sometimes restricted in large classrooms. I am passionate about making a
difference and proving that my students can achieve anything they put their mind to.
Whilst studying at Cambridge,
Leticia helped to organise the world's largest university ski trip. Enjoys rock climbing in her spare time and captained
her college hockey team 2 years in a row. She has a love for the outdoors and trying new things, whether it be cooking
a new cuisine or learning how to play polo.
I’m an experienced Economics Tutor with over 500 hours of tuition in the subject.
Graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Economics, I’m a full-time professional tutor supporting senior students
at GCSE and beyond with Economics and Mathematics. During my lessons, I like to encourage discussions and the use
of visual aids such as whiteboards to support my students in making connections with the subject and have over 500 hours
of tuition experience in these subjects.
Outside of tuition, I am an avid long distance runner and enjoys football
as well as studying languages. I also speak Italian fluently.
I studied for an Economics degree at the University of York and then went into industry for a few years but
felt unfulfilled with the jobs I was doing. So I returned to school and studied at the University of Warwick for
my Professional Certificate in Education. I am a fully qualified teacher with QTS and have experience in teaching
in three different secondary schools over a period of 5 years before becoming a full-time professional tutor. I began
my tuition career during my university days which I believe is what really inspired me to go into teaching in the
As a passionate and experienced educator, I have a solid foundation of experience in tuition
and as such my personal approach varies depending on the needs of the student in front of me. I believe it is essential
to personalise tuition according to the requirement of the student. Developing knowledge of a concept is usually my
starting point before going on to embed, develop the student's confidence and demonstrate examination techniques.
I am a huge sports fan. I love strength training at the gym, playing the odd game of football and netball as well as watching
a variety of sports. I was proud to be a Games Maker for the London 2012 Olympic Games and attended many events. I also
travelled to Rio De Janeiro for the 2016 Olympic Games and plan on also attending Tokyo 2020.
I graduated from Imperial College with a master’s degree in Experimental Neuroscience and also hold a degree in robotics.
As a secondary trained teacher, I have over seven years of tuition and teaching experience following the achievement of my PGCE
from the Institute of Education UCL. Most recently, I worked in the Senior Science Department of a top Independent Senior School in central London.
I am a patient teacher who have worked with children of varying abilities with the objective of giving them the confidence to apply
themselves to subjects which they may have found difficult in the past. I have friendly, understanding disposition which puts the
student at ease and helps to make their lessons something to look forward to rather than a chore.
I enjoy hiking in the country on the weekends and as a Scientist, I am fascinated by anything to do with outer space. I also enjoy
the more creative and athletic sides of my hobbies as I like to draw and am also a keen runner.
I studied Archaeology & Anthropology at the University of Cambridge. This was followed by Masters in Law & Anthropology at
The London School of Economics (LSE).
I have been tutoring a range of Humanities and Social Science subjects for over three and a half years. For the last two years
I have been a full-time teacher of History in a boarding school. I am now teaching part-time in high-achieving London day schools,
whilst studying for a part-time PhD at the University of Cambridge.
I strive to offer a personalised tutoring experience. I always find it is important to know the strengths and weaknesses of each
tutee when they begin working together. Every learner is different and I adapt educational activities to the individual, ensuring they
get the most out of our sessions. I am also a strong believer in enjoying learning. Whether it be learning for further academic enrichment,
preparing for school interviews, or revising for important public examinations – finding joy in thinking and reflecting ensures students are
motivated to pursue their long-term ambitions.
In my spare time, I enjoy going to shows and exhibitions. My hobbies are art and performance, travel, music and sports. I also speak German.
I am a qualified teacher with over five years of full time tutoring experience in the UK. I hold a Biomedical Science degree
from Imperial College London and a PGCE (teacher training qualification) from the University of Warwick. I have tutored over fifty
students in one or more of my specialist areas (Maths, Biology and Spanish) and have received very favourable reviews. Aside from my
tuition work, I have also worked in the educational field in other capacities, including marking exams, interviewing prospective supply
teachers and working as a supply teacher in primary schools.
As a tutor, I have taught students of all ages from those in Year
1 right up to those doing their A-Levels. I aim to build students' confidence by highlighting their natural strengths – I have found that
even the most reluctant students tend to have a set of skills that they can put to use to help them boost their grades. One of my key
objectives is to help students develop a deep understanding of the subject and the initiative to tackle challenging questions.
This requires them to feel safe and comfortable during lessons and so building a strong working relationship with them is essential.
In my spare time, I enjoy reading. I have also been experimenting with cooking and making short films and I am slowly getting better at both!
I recently graduated from the University of Bath with a First-class Master’s degree in Physics. I completed my A-Level studies in Physics,
Chemistry, Maths and Further Maths. My highly numerate background lends itself to science and maths tuition, ranging from preparation for the
11+ exams up to undergraduate level. I also have experience tutoring GCSE Science and A-Level Chemistry to students seeking support for their studies.
Based on my own experience and academic success in Physics and Maths, the best way to ace science and maths exams is through lots of practice.
As a tutor, I aim to expose my student to as many different types of problems as possible so that there are no surprises come exam-time. I aim
to develop confidence and enthusiasm in all of my students through a fun and open environment. I am a huge supporter of females pursuing physics
and maths both in their academic studies and wider career opportunities.
I am an avid traveller and enjoy keeping fit and spending time
with my family and baby nephew.
I’m a primary expert with school leadership experience.
I am currently in my final year studying for a degree in Children’s
Literature and am a TEFL certified educator. Being in the field of Education for the past ten years and working in different international
settings including Malawi, I have vast experience in the field of tutoring and mentoring students of all ages. I hold a qualification in
Early Years and Development, Education & Training and Teaching English as a second Language.
I have a high respect for diversity,
possess an analytical and strategic thinking mechanism, and have a very innovative and dynamic personality. I provide my students with academic
materials and lessons relevant to their coursework and provides additional teaching materials to extend and challenge my students during
In my free time, I am an avid reader and enjoy the benefits of outdoor yoga.
I have six years of international experience teaching science and have tutored Science, English and Maths for the past fours years.
I have a degree in Pharmaceutical Science from Greenwich University and holds a PGCE (specialising in Chemistry) from Brighton University.
I encourage my students to love learning and how to learn. I spend time getting to know my students, building a rapport with them and sharing
my love of learning and enthusiasm. Assessing what each individual student knows at the start is important as students often underestimate
their abilities and knowledge. Target setting is essential to ensure my students and their parents or carers know the journey each student is.
It is also a way of having an accurate measure of progress. I then use catering sessions, based on my knowledge that help the skills gap any
student may have. I then assess the progress of each student using engaging sites like Quizlet or Kahoot. I also spend time teaching my tutees
how to answer exam questions and spends a considerable amount of time honing their exam skills, as this ensures they will get their desired grade.
Once the basics are established, I facilitate the students' learning. At each step of the way, the student is made aware of their progress and
praised because they are further along their learning journey than they were at the start.
Most of my spare time is taking up writing
scripts and supporting new podcasters.
I have a Bachelor’s Degree in Primary Education and have taught for six years. I have taught Year 2 through to Year 6.
I have worked as a teacher in Australia for four years and two further years in London. I have tutored children to help them with
support across the curriculum and have also been asked for extension work.
I like to start off the session by asking the student how their day was and other questions about themselves. This helps to break the
ice and is a good way of getting to know one another. I then move onto warm up games related to what they will be working on and making
sure they have small brain breaks through the session. I think lot of positive feedback is important and a small reward at the end when
appropriate encourages the child to work harder. I tend to leave a small amount of homework to be completed before the next session,
depending on the wishes of the parents. Fun, support and challenge are three things I include in my tuition.
My hobbies and interests include, surfing, art, the environment, wildlife and travelling. She is a freelance illustrator on the side and tends
to enjoy drawing cartoons.
I’m a proud Irish man. Maths was always my favourite subject in school and after achieving an A1 in my Leaving certificate (A'level Equivalent)
I went on to study for a Bachelor of Civil Engineering at University College Dublin, before changing my career path.
In 2010, I moved to
London and started my PGCE at Middlesex University. My teaching career began in Enfield North London where I was employed by my first placement
school; but I have since been Head of Maths at Beacon High School in Islington; recently I moved to be Head of Maths at International Community
School London. I have taught KS3, GCSE and A'level maths to students of all ability in my career and have excellent knowledge of the GCSE
examinations in particular. I am now teaching the MYP and IB programme.
My teaching style is to diagnose the students misconceptions and
work on improving individual skills through guided practice and exam style questions.
When I’m not teaching and marking books, I thoroughly
enjoy the theatre, (The Young Vic is a personal favourite mine), keeping myself fit and reading.
I’m a fully Qualified Teacher with a BSc in Pure and Applied Chemistry.
I hold a Bachelors Degree in Pure and Applied Chemistry,
a Diploma in Science Education and Qualified Teaching Status in the UK. I join Sophia as a Sequoia Tutor with over 15 years experience as a science
teacher, tutor and over 10 years as an assistant examiner. I am knowledgeable in the requirements of the examination boards in the UK, with a
specialism in AQA and EdExcel and I am a lifelong student of the sciences. My primary focus as a tutor is to make the lessons engaging and to build
the confidence of my students. I use strategies that will equip students with the skills that make them strong independent learners and as result
are able to attempt new and novel problem situations that prepare them adequately for various assessments, examinations and lifelong learning.
Outside of teaching and working with students, I enjoy listening and cataloguing music, traveling locally and internationally and exploring different
I hold a Bachelor degree in Business Management from the Greenwich School of Management in London and a Post Graduate Certificate in
Education with a French and Spanish specialism from Kingston University. I am a fully qualified Secondary School Teacher of French and Spanish with nine
years of experience in London. I teach French up to KS5 and Spanish up to KS3. I’m very experienced with both AQA and Edexcel Exam boards. I am also an
examiner during the French Speaking examination every year with year 11 students.
I have a very dedicated approach to tuition as my work
is to assess, reassure and adapt my teaching to respond to the strengths and needs of all my students. I strive to build a relationship of trust
with students to boost their confidence with languages and support them in achieving excellent results.
I’m currently a PhD student in Educational Research at Lancaster University with a fully funded scholarship from the Economic and Science
Research Council. I have a First Class BA in English with honors from the University of Leicester and a MA in Modern and Contemporary Literature
from Birkbeck, University of London.
I’ve had a lot of tutoring experience over the years. I was a tutor for a year whilst studying for my MA.
Recently, two of my students who were in their final year of their GCSEs, moved from expecting a predicted grade 'D' to achieving an actual grade
of 'A/A*' in both their English Language and English Literature GCSEs. I have tutored a variety of students in the Kent area over the past three
years from 11+ to GCSE. I helped one student pass the 11+ examinations with one of the highest scores in his year. I tutored one GCSE student before
his exams and he went from a predicted grade of 2 to a grade 5 in just six weeks of tuition. I have helped all of my students achieve a better
understanding of English, as well as achieve significant grade improvements in their exams.
My lessons cover teaching techniques to improve
both comprehension and writing within the subject of English; focusing specifically on structure, grammar and argument, before moving on to explore
and practice specific techniques for achieving high grades in assignments and examinations. I also work on improving the employment of sophisticated
terminology and general vocabulary to enhance both comprehension and writing style. Eloise is very flexible, relaxed and friendly.
I’m an avid
reader; I spend my leisure time reading literature from a variety of genres. I also enjoy being active and spend time running and weight training.
I am also very passionate about education. I give up some of my spare time working as a governor for a local primary school, helping to improve
the school's quality of education, as well as offering support for SEN students.
I consider myself as an international; originally born in Poland, but also living in Germany, Belgium and now London. Taking the International
Baccalaureate and graduating in Belgium, I got accepted to Imperial College London and is currently a second year Chemical Engineering MEng student.
I have had plenty of experience and qualifications in a variety of STEM subjects. This means I am able to tutor most levels up to university entrance
exams. In high school, I was part of the National Honor Society, where I voluntarily tutored younger students and also students in my year. In addition,
I have also taught drum lessons. I am also trilingual and can teach other skills, such as time management or creating personal statement for your
universities. I have helped out multiple students of varying nationalities and ages to succeed in their exams.
I look forward to meeting
new students and helping them reach their highest potential, using a tutoring style adjusted to their needs. I take on a holistic approach to
tutoring. I try to encourage the students’ learning, engagement and improvement while also making the subjects fun and motivating. By identifying
the student’s areas for improvement, their strengths and learning styles, I can personalise my tutoring style for every student, so they can make
the most of it.
Besides academics, I also have several hobbies that I enjoy and am very passionate about. I have been drumming for over
twelve years now, performing at a variety of live and studio events in rock bands, jazz bands, and orchestras. I also run a drumming YouTube
channel, where I post my performances and drum covers. To complement my drumming, I also enjoy videography and photography; I have done a variety
of different paid and voluntary photoshoots and videos. Lastly, I am also very into athletics and has been on running teams since 8th grade, being
the team captain of varsity cross country in my high school during my last two years. I speak French and Polish fluently.
I hold a BA (in English), a Cert-TESOL (Trinity College), an Early Learners Teaching Certificate (British Council), and a Certificate in the
Teaching of Modern Languages (Goldsmiths, University of London). I am an experienced primary school teacher and taught for seven years in
International Schools in Dubai and Doha (British Curriculum). I have 9 years of private tuition experience. I will commence my PGCE in 2020
I believe a learner-centred approach that involves understanding the student's unique needs and perspective is the
best way to teach, as this builds trust and self-belief qualities that you need to achieve the best results in exams and in life.
I enjoy baking, reading, going out with friends and listening to music. I speak fluent Arabic and French.
I am a Chemistry specialist who, surprisingly, have two Masters in Chemistry; one from from Temple University, USA and one from University of
Hyderabad, India. I have had a great deal of experience tutoring students in the USA, India, Dubai and the UK. I have also tutored many international
students, helping them get into medical and engineering schools.
At first, I like to understand at what level my student is comfortable
being tutored; I then tries to teach them at that pace. Once I have established a relationship with my students, I move at a quicker pace. I believe
connecting concepts with real-life examples helps students grasp the concepts well. Then after building strong theoretical/ conceptual knowledge, it
is important that the student is able to apply these concepts to solve problems - this only comes by practice.
My hobbies are travelling,
reading and learning about the latest inventions in Science and Technology. I also enjoy the creative arts and watching sports. I am fluent in
Hindi and Telugu.
I have a Masters Degree in Chemistry and am a qualified teacher. I have taught Maths and Science to GCSE and Chemistry to A level for twenty
years, alongside my work as deputy headteacher of a leading independent school. I have taken private students since 2010 and specialises in
Maths/Science Common Entrance preparation alongside A level Chemistry, I also offer UKCat and BMAT coaching. I am also an A level Chemistry
examiner. In 2019, I taught Maths and Science to two students who went onto receive academic scholarships at Eton and Winchester Colleges.
Another student was given a grades of 7/8 at GCSE when he had been predicted 4/4 at the start of the year. My A level students all received
I have a Masters Degree in Education and tailor my approach to each student. I Iiaise closely with the parents to establish
what will be most effective when teaching their child and I maintain close links throughout the tutoring period. I am very collaborative in my
teaching, using an activity based approach. I expect the highest standards and I am happy to give homework or extra tasks, with parental agreement,
in order to achieve the required grades.
I am one of the best rugby union referees in the country and have worked for the RFU on a
semi-professional basis. I am also a former silver medallist in karate.
Following the completion of my degree in BA Politics at SOAS University where I achieved a 1st Class Honours, I worked for two years as a
teaching assistant at an inner city London school - working in the SEN department and leading GCSE intervention sessions in English Literature
and Language. I am currently undertaking a PGCE at King's College, London, specialising in teaching English to students aged 11-18.
embarking on my teacher training I worked as a private tutor for a student with learning support needs for five years. For the past seven years I
have tutored and mentored numerous students at GCSE and A Level, and have experience teaching the AQA, Edexcel and WJEC exam boards. I have
experience teaching degree level content and offer dissertation and essay writing support to students studying at undergraduate and Masters level.
Currently, I am undertaking training to become a qualified proofreader and copy editor alongside my studies.
My approach to teaching is
holistic and cross-curricular. I believe in integrative teaching: introducing students to various concepts, philosophies and perspectives to
enrich their understanding of texts and academic material. My teaching methods involve direct instruction and Socratic questioning: this,
I believe, helps students cultivate critical minds so that they are trained to analyse and seek meaning in everything they encounter. Outside of
education, I am avid reader; a football and athletics enthusiast; and have an interest in philosophy, psychology, researching and cooking.
I am currently completing my final year of MSci in Pharmaceutical Chemistry at Queen Mary University of London. My experience includes tutoring
for over three years, both privately and in a tuition centre.
As an adept tutor, I have a strong background in teaching KS3 and GCSE pupils
one-to-one and in groups of 6 to 7. Building a rapport with the parent and pupil personally is a necessity to create a comfortable and safe
environment for the student to learn and progress in. My previous roles have strengthened my abilities in organisation and time-management,
including a focused attention to reviewing students work and working towards their target grade.
I enjoy travelling and exploring different
places. When not travelling, I enjoy reading and participating in sports to keep active.
I studied Physics (BSc 2.1) in Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. Taking additional electives, I completed two
specialisations; Astronomy/Astrophysics and Electronics/Telecommunications. I spent one year in Swansea University, where I
completed a Masters degree in Business Management. For the past eight years I have been working as a tutor and a full-time science
teacher. I am also an examiner for Pearson and Cambridge International (Science GCSE and Physics A-Level) and have extensive
experience with SEN students, having worked for three years in a special needs school.
I am a big supporter of educational
technology. I use videos, simulations, online quizzes and gamification to make the lessons more engaging and interactive. I also
create my own digital courses, which I use in conjunction with worksheets and more traditional media. I enjoy, on occasion, doing
practicals with my students to extend their knowledge and enjoyment in the subject. Following the Socratic method, I regularly ask
lots of questions to assess my student's understanding.
A fluent speaker of Greek and Italian, I am a volunteer in the
Boy/Girl Scouts, where over time I became a senior leader. I also enjoy playing tennis to keep myself fit and healthy.
I was an academic scholar at school, before going to Exeter University where I achieved a 2:1 in Politics and an award for my dissertation.
From there, I went to the Oxford School of Drama and completed my postgraduate studies in acting. I spent four years as a professional actor,
before combining my love of tutoring with a passion for technology. I co-founded an educational podcast company, called Audiopi. My passion for
education has continued throughout my career; having spent some time working in Parliament advising the education minister, I now consult on digital
transformation projects in the education sector. I have eight years tutoring experience, helping students nationally and internationally to achieve top
grades. I am a friendly and enthusiastic tutor with excellent results. I also have experience as a residential tutor. Having been awarded an academic
scholarship at school, I am well placed to help students who are studying for their school entrance exams - both with exam and interview techniques.
I believe one of the many benefits of tutoring is that I can tailor my approach to the student's needs and learning styles. I aim to not only help students
achieve the grades they want, but also encourage a love of learning and curiosity that will, hopefully, stay with them beyond their exams.
I will always have a soft spot for the arts and still write and direct (and occasionally act in) plays, short stories, podcasts and films. I try to
read a wide variety of fiction and non-fiction, but always seems to come back to dystopian literature. I think it’s important to keep fit, so I
regularly play football, squash and do parkruns.
I have an undergraduate degree in English Literature and Philosophy from Durham University, a Masters degree in Gender Studies from University
College London (UCL) and a Graduate Diploma in Law from BPP University. I am currently studying a Masters in Law (LLM), alongside completing the
Legal Practice Course at BPP University. All of these degrees were achieved to a high standard. I have a year’s tutoring experience, which was
undertaken whilst I was in my final year at Durham University. I tutored an A-Level student English Literature.
My top priorities are:
identifying and developing my tutee’s problem areas and then building their confidence. I aim to achieve these through a variety of techniques
and exercises that tackle it head-on. I try to make the texts and lessons as varied and engaging as possible - inciting motivation and passion
for literature through discussion, practice exercises and games. I am a strong advocate for critical analysis, which is extremely important when
aiming for the top grades and academic confidence, so I will aim to constantly challenge my tutee’s thought processes alongside the other learning
and revision aspects of the lesson.
I play the piano and violin, having been involved in orchestras and other ensembles since I was young
(I was a music scholar at school). So I do know how tricky it can be juggling other interests and music practice alongside your academic studies.
I grew up with South African parents, so I understand Afrikaans.
I hold an LLB Law degree and am currently studying for a post-graduate Legal Practice Course with a Masters in Law. My specialist area is
mathematics, but Iam also keen to work with students on developing their thinking and reasoning skills, together with an understanding of good
exam and study techniques. I am in an excellent position to provide students, looking to study Law in the UK, with mentoring and help with their
university applications and give support when writing their personal statements.
I believe that a positive mind is a productive mind,
so bringing some fun to a lesson is of the utmost importance - learning doesn't always have to be a drag! I love to engage in one-on-one lessons,
as this way I can gauge the specific needs of an individual pupil to ensure they get the most out of each session, which has been customised to
their style of learning.
When I do not have my head in my books, I love to explore London on my bicycle and, when time permits, jet away
to discover different towns/cities around the world.
I am an enthusiastic tutor with over six years of experience tutoring, as well as being a Final Year Medical Student at Imperial College London
with a BSc in Neuroscience and Mental Health. I have tutored students of varying abilities and ages ranging from 8-year-olds for 11+ , through
to 18-year olds for A-levels. I tutored as a volunteer during my A-levels in my school, helping students with learning disability on a 1:1 basis.
As a medical student, I have continued to work with tutoring companies, giving tuition for 11+ online across the country, as well as in personalised
sessions for GCSE and A-levels. I have also contributed over 1,000 mathematics questions for 11+ training tests, soon to be published as books in leading
As a tutor and a student, I understood that the best way of learning is through engaging interest, and scientifically, by
micro-assessing with active recall. I aim to incorporate real-life applications of principles in class to engage and solidify concepts with my
students. My experience as a medical student helps me to bring joy and life to these somewhat abstract concepts. My students have vastly benefited
from this, alongside close curriculum monitoring, as evident in their results and testimonials. Tutoring to me is a thoroughly joyful experience as
I wish to help students flourish academically and achieve their full potential for exams, and more importantly for their future.
tutoring and Medicine, I enjoy learning contemporary dance, journaling, travelling and broadening my horizons by trying to work with start-up
companies! I am fluent in Gujarati and Hindi (reading, writing and speaking). I am also informally learning Korean.
I am a second year undergraduate at the University of Oxford studying for a masters in Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry. I gained 3 A*s and
an A at A level in Maths, Biology, Further Maths and Chemistry, respectively. Whilst I was at school I helped organise a mentoring programme for
the younger students. As part of this programme I mentored GCSE students in maths in preparation for their exams. I can also offer support for
Oxbridge applicants looking to apply for science subjects, including interview preparation.
I aim to tailor my tuition to the individual,
based on any academic or non-academic areas of concern they may have. I offer sessions that work to consolidate topics learnt at school,, looking
at questions in a different way (for example, from other exam boards) to ensure full understanding of the topic and to better their exam technique.
I seek to establish greater self-confidence in my students and, depending on the individual, better organisational skills.
Outside of my
degree my main interest is dressage. I represented Great Britain three times in 2017 and 2018 and continue to compete at a high level regularly
on the national circuit. I also have a passion for music; I play the drums and piano and was part of a Jazz band at school. At university, I am
part of the Polo Club, of which I am the secretary.
I qualified from the University of Cambridge with a First in Linguistics and was a former Queen's Scholar at Westminster School. I have
experience working as a tutor during my time at university, where I supported students with their learning; I also worked with Korean International
students helping them gain entry into US and UK universities.
I aim to engage tutees with fun example questions, while being able also to
break down complex topics well so they can be understood more easily. I strive to respond patiently and accordingly to the demands that each
particular tutee presents, whilst building up their confidence in all aspects of the curriculum - including subject knowledge, exam techniques
and study skills. I speak German and French to a native level and also have a broad understanding of conversational Portuguese. I aim to offer
support with students seeking tuition in Latin, having studied the subject through to A Level.
Aside from my passion for languages,
I also enjoy music, football and food
At A level I studied Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Physics and Music, and I have a BA from the University of Cambridge in Mathematics and
Management. I completed a Graduate Teacher Program at the University of Bedfordshire, giving me qualified teacher status. I have a MSc in
Psychological Studies from the University of Glasgow. I have eight years secondary maths teaching experience; five years at a co-educational
boarding school in the UK, one year at a charity school in India and two years at an International School in Thailand.
I strongly believes
that no one is 'rubbish at maths' and that everyone has the potential to do well. If there is something a student does not understand, I like to
try to take a different approach and find an explanation that makes sense to them. I relate mathematics to real life as much as possible and uses
activities to make some of the more ‘boring’ topics fun. I like to give my students problems and puzzles that help to improve their problem-solving
skills and independent thinking. I believe in personalised learning and will always try to tailor lessons to the students’ needs and interests.
In my spare time, I like to read about psychology, play tennis, practice yoga and meditate. I recently completed yoga teacher training in Thailand,
and I hope to start teaching it soon. I have travelled to many different countries, mostly in Asia, and I enjoy hiking and camping when I can get out
to the mountains. I have grade 8 piano certificate and a violin diploma.
I’ve recently completed a Masters' Degree in Education from King's College London and will shortly begin my study for a PhD. I am a qualified
teacher (PGCE in secondary Spanish, Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) with 8 years of experience, mostly in the UK
private sector, helping students prepare for various examinations including: IELTS, GCSE Spanish and PE, 11+ exams and SAT Mathematics and English.
I firmly believe that, with the correct support, everybody is capable of succeeding academically. My ongoing studies into education research
have given me a wide range of techniques and tools to help find the right approach for each student. I always aim to identify the individual
requirements of my students, before creating a clear plan to reach our targets. I encourage my students to get involved in this process, helping
to increase independence and allowing them to take ownership of their own learning.
After taking my French Baccalaureat in France Karine moved to London. Some years later in 2014, I graduated with a BA degree in Drama,
Applied Theatre and Education at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Since then I have been using my creative skills to teach French
in primary and secondary schools, and I have also been a private tutors to both children and adults.
I aim to make my lessons fun and
engaging, using various tools and methods in order to keep my students alert and to cater for their ideal ways of learning. I am very supportive
and approachable; I encourage the students to be curious and ask questions. An example of this would be, instead of laying out the grammar rules
for them I might give a few relevant examples and clues that will enable them to work out the rules by themselves, keeping them active in their
learning . I usually give my students a bit of homework, because I believe learning comes with regular practice.
I am keen on Yoga
(I am currently on a Teacher Training course), circus arts, being in nature and cooking. I speak fluent French and also speak Spanish to a basic
I am a qualified teacher with QTS teaching in mainstream inner city London primary schools for the last five years. I hold a PGCE in primary
education with early year’s and key stage 1 specialism and a BSc Psychology degree with modules including childhood & adolescents and autism.
I have a passion for supporting students with learning support requirements and my teaching experience includes working with students with autism,
global delay and cerebral palsy. I am now undertaking the completion of my MA SEN, looking at disability and inclusion.
I ensure that my
planning consists of learning objectives that link with the curriculum (including EYFS) or P scales, success criteria and differentiation.
This allows my tuition lessons to be delivered effectively to my students in order to ensure they achieve their potential. I deliver creative,
engaging and interactive lessons, including the use of auditory, visual and kinaesthetic activities in order to keep my students motivated and
engaged, so that they may further develop their confidence and understanding in learning and life.
My personal hobbies include reading,
writing, singing, dancing, karate, yoga, learning/researching, spending time with loved ones and traveling inside and outside of the UK. I have
an understanding of British Sign Language and Makaton and have studied German to GCSE level.
I am a second year music student studying at Goldsmiths University of London. I first went into tutoring after helping a friend learn the guitar
six years ago, which sparked my passion for tutoring music / guitar. After gaining more pupils over time, I started to build an established following
as a teacher in my area.
I believe everyone's creative side flourishes at different times to others. I am happy to teach at which ever time
suits the student, enabling them to gain more out of the lesson and letting information sink in more comfortably. I play the guitar, drums, bass
and I sing. I achieved my grade 8 in guitar when I was fourteen, since then I have been teaching to people of all ages, from as young as four to
as young as sixty-four! I can teach any style, from acoustic, to jazz, to blues, to metal. I can also offer songwriting guidance, coach people how
to perform and how to deal with issues faced when performing, such as nerves. I can also prepare my pupils to play live shows and introduce them to
a range of opportunities to play around London. I grouped together three students a few years ago, taught them a song and allowed them to perform
it live in front of audience. I also offer guidance on Rockschool up to any grade.
I have been playing music since I was ten, sharing my
knowledge and experience is something I love to do. I play in a band and have played many shows around London, been on BBC Radio & Eagle Radio
and appeared on TV for London Live on Sky 117 with Old Swing. My personal approach to providing guitar and music tuition exists somewhere between
doing what my student wants to do and what I feel they need to do. I take things at whatever pace is necessary, so my student is comfortable and
understands the content I am presenting. I am easy-going, patient and enthusiastic when tutoring, no matter what age or standard the student is at.
Other than indulging in musical activities, I enjoy surfing, cooking and running.
I am a friendly caring individual that loves to see individuals prosper and I love being involved in this process. I graduated two years ago
from Coventry University, where I studied Financial Economics. I now want to further his knowledge in the financial world and so I am studying
for my Masters in Global Finance.
I believe it is best to first learn theory and then apply the theory by doing practice papers.
With practice papers, I believe that students learn best when they are shown how to answer questions first, before attempting questions themselves,
as this gives them a good starting point. I know the importance of being an adaptable tutor, as students will all have a varied way of learning.
I ensure good results by finding out the most effective way to teach your child and by making the subject more relatable, as well as understandable
for their leaning. Furthermore, I firmly believe in setting homework for students to complete in their own time to further their understanding,
as this gives them the opportunity to attempt questions unaided. I can then mark the homework in the next lesson and focus on the areas of
I am currently working on my own brand with my business partner; where they are promoting other up and coming small businesses
and creatives. I am doing this because I feel there are many talented individuals out there who are doing amazing things, but are not getting the
recognition they deserve. I want my brand to change that. The brand is called ‘Under The Influence’. They called it this, because they are all
Influenced by different things in life and all the factors that help shape your mindset and your passions.
I have a first class honours Masters Degree in Education, a B. A. Degree in History and Geography, two teaching qualifications
(a Higher Diploma in Education and a Diploma in Religious Studies) and a Higher diploma in Education Administration. I have over thirty years
experience of teaching and private tutoring at primary level, secondary level and higher education level. I teach English, History, Geography,
Maths, Irish and Religious Studies.
My personal approach to tuition is based on the individual educational needs of the particular
child/student/client. My approach is kind, relaxed, reassuring, thorough, determined. I strive for excellence and each session is tailor made to
each individual situation. I am experienced working with students across the age ranges from Primary Key Stage 1 through to GCSE and to A Level
(English and History). I am particularly well placed to offer tuition to 11+ students seeking support with verbal and non verbal reasoning and for
My hobbies and interests include (but are not limited to) reading, golf, current affairs, nature, ultimate frisbee,
dogs, cooking & entertaining, theatre & film, walking and, of course, family and friends.
I am a recent graduate from the University of Oxford, where I studied French and Arabic. I have been tutoring for the past three years in
French and English in the UK and also in Jordan.
For me the most important part of teaching is ensuring genuine understanding and inspiring
self-motivation and passion for the subject, so the student is not reliant on a particular system or person to succeed. I try to use a mixture of
learning techniques depending on what the student reacts to best. But usually, a session is focused on the desired area of improvement with
explanations, followed by practising, stretching the mind and checking for understanding. I encourage students to question things, as it is an
important step in problem-solving skills.
I am a big sports fan, in particular martial arts, and I have been doing karate for fifteen
years, achieving a 2nd Dan black belt. I am also a big Marvel fan and a lover of cats!
I began tutoring during my undergraduate degree at Warwick University and now have nearly four years of experience tutoring English and Drama
for GCSE & A-Level, as well as assisting undergraduates. I also taught Drum Kit as a student, after receiving a Grade 8 distinction. Since
graduating from Warwick with a First in English Literature and Theatre Studies (BA Hons), I have worked for a little over a year as an academic
English tutor in London, working with students at Fortismere and Broomfield schools with very positive results. I am also a theatre workshop leader
and director, with experience working with primary, secondary, and university students, as well as directing and performing in professional venues.
My previous workshops have included 'Working with Shakespeare', Creative Writing, Rhythm in Poetry and Text Analysis.
I generally look to
support classroom learning through regular one hour sessions (most often once a week, or as requested). I take pride in getting to know my students,
helping them maintain a positive attitude by working with their interests. I find a session most satisfying when it focuses on student-led learning,
supported by structures, exercises and knowledge that I bring to every session. I enjoy getting students on their feet, when I feel the session is
becoming bogged down through over-thinking (as often happens with GCSE and A-level literature students approaching difficult texts). That said, due
to the compact nature of current GCSE and A-Level syllabi, I am mindful of completing the specific content of each exam. I frequently create supporting
resources, work through past papers, and engage a variety of visual/aural/kinaesthetic learning methods to break down subjects into manageable units.
Most importantly, I encourage students to feel positive about their abilities, so that when they walk into an exam hall or assessment, they have the
confidence to do their best.
I am also a professional director and performer; I have worked in theatres, schools and prisons. I am a keen
musician (drums, percussion, piano and singing!). I also enjoy cycling and running.
I am a qualified teacher and accountant with a great deal of experience – I have taught Mathematics and Accountancy for over thirty years.
I have a cert.ed from the University of Hertfordshire. I have also completed my ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants)
I help pupils to improve their Mathematics and Accounting exam grades. I concentrate on those areas that pupils need greatest
assistance with, in order to achieve their true potential. Pupils are able to ask questions in a relaxed environment and improve their understanding
of the topics in the syllabus. I also teach examination techniques to assist pupils with their examinations (having been an exam marker in the past).
When not teaching, my hobbies include swimming, cycling and running.
I studied my first love, Chemistry, in the late 80s at Bristol University, after taking 4 ‘A’ levels - including Maths, Physics and Chemistry.
After qualifying as a Chartered Accountant, I then specialised in Tax, until taking a break from paid work to look after her young family. It was
my experience of helping my children through their Primary education and their 11plus exams which led me into teaching; first as a teaching assistant
and then as a teacher. I have recently completed my PGCE in Primary Education, with an additional Maths Specialism on top of the Primary PGCE.
I teach for understanding, not just to pass the exam, with an emphasis on using physical objects and practical real-life problems to aid understanding
in Maths. I feel that getting to know your child and their interests will make their Creative Writing and Literacy more engaging. I am fortunate to
have had a wide-ranging education with a deep experience of children, so I am not afraid of those tricky questions that children may ask about Science,
Music, Art or the Humanities. As a parent myself, I am still heavily involved in my children’s school lives. Both children go to South London schools,
my son has an Art scholarship (only two given per year) at a competitive public school and my daughter has a large academic scholarship at a GDST school.
I enjoy keeping fit: cycling, cold-water swimming, hill-walking and playing tennis. I regularly meet with my book group, love the cinema and theatre, and trips
to art exhibitions.
I have enjoyed Biology since studying for my GCSE’s and A-Level in it; so much so, I pursued a degree in Biology (with First Class Honours) from
Queen Mary University of London. I have tutored up to GCSE level for family friends whilst at university.
I focus on individualised, fun
teaching for each student and finds topics more enjoyable and easier to understand if you can bring an element of fun into them! I work by breaking
down challenging topics into a simple manner to ensure full understanding - not rote learning. I also focus on consistent practice of exam questions
to increase student confidence.
I enjoy swimming and cycling for fitness. I am invested in my mental wellbeing and so practices yoga and
meditating and also enjoy drawing as a pastime. I have studied Intermediate Spanish.
I have a PhD in Computer Science from Nottingham University, an MSc in Intelligent Systems from Plymouth University and a BSc (Hons) in
Electrical and Electronic Engineering from Leeds University. I am a Fellow of the British Computer Society (FBCS) and a Chartered IT Professional
(CITP). I have a wealth of experience and a deep knowledge of data mining and artificial intelligence based on twenty years of teaching, learning
and research. My tutoring and teaching expertise include data mining, artificial intelligence, neural networks, cognitive science, computer science
and programming, at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, from foundation year to PhDs. I have designed many modules and degree courses, as well
as corporate training programmes such as a bespoke data mining course for staff at the Bank of England. As pro vice-chancellor at London Metopolitan
University I introduced work related learning for all undegraduate students as a core component of the curriculum. I also have extensive editorial and
writing experience, including editorship of the Cognitive Science journal published by Elsevier Science London, and authorship of circa.100 research and
I emphasise bespoke course design and delivery matched to the level, background and preferences of the learners; and
the use of images, analogies and examples to illustrate and explain complex ideas. I am influenced by neuroscience, having studied and researched
cognitive science and neural computing. Our minds have vast long-term memories, but very limited short-term memory capacity. Learning involves
navigating the bottleneck that limits how much information can be consolidated in any one day. So, as a tutor, I carefully weigh up the amount of
new information in each session, and aim to establish a pattern that maximises the learning rate over time. The personality and learning preferences
of the student are also fundamentally important, and I am a keen observer of what works for each individual.
I love literature, and as a
poet, I perform quite often in an art gallery and other venues around London. I also enjoy composing simple piano pieces influenced by minimalism
and jazz. As a listener, I love the live jazz scene in London. I speak French and typically spend a few weeks each year in France. Travelling to
many other countries for work and pleasure has also featured strongly in my life. My very amateur but enthusiastic cooking has absorbed ingredients
from my travels.
Raised in rural Devon, I spent my childhood balancing my education with extracurricular pursuits, and eventually developed a love of humanities
subjects. This led me to Oxford University's summer school, UNIQ, and subsequently to Exeter University, where I was awarded consecutive Dean's
Commendations for my academic work in Theology and English Literature. Many of my tutors at Exeter were extremely engaging, and so I was inspired
to give back the gift of learning. In my first teaching role as an English tutor to refugees - many of whom were isolated by language and
culture - I came to truly appreciate the power of empathy and trust when supporting students who come from diverse backgrounds. I then began working
for a Shanghai-based tutoring company, where I supported students aged between 4 and 16 with their English studies. Over the past couple of years, I
have had the opportunity to work as supply TA in schools all over London, primarily giving academic and pastoral support to students studying for their
I believe a tutor's role is twofold: they should not only help their student to access a subject, but boost their student's learning
confidence. In order to do this, it is important to set clear targets and, over the course of each lesson, achieve them in a meaningful way. I
tailor my teaching style to students' individual strengths and interests, making sure that each learning project is personalised to their goals
and that they are able to work at their own pace to accomplish them.
Outside of tutoring, I am most passionate about reading. I enjoy
scouting out little-known writers of short stories and am subscribed to a number of literary magazines. I love discussing students' favourite books
and can recommend stories for any interest and age group. I also really enjoy volunteering and spend a few hours each week helping students to write
personal statements and pass their IELTS exams via RefuAid.
I have a BA in Sociology & Media and a MA in Education, Culture, Language and Identity. I have worked in Higher Education for over fourteen
years, at a leading Russell Group University and now at a leading drama school. I run personal statement workshops, summer schools and various
outreach workshops. I also work with students on a 1-to-1 basis through academic support, life skills and pastoral care.
My approach to
tuition is very much bespoke. I work with each student individually to put together an appropriate plan of support. This usually starts by
identifying up to five areas that need to be looked at and then tackling them one at a time. I use the SMART approach, setting goals that are
achievable. Each session starts with going through the plan and ends with going over what has been covered and planning for the next session.
an avid reader and theatre goer. I also enjoy swimming (in the pool and fresh water!) and hiking.
I am currently studying for an MA in Applied Linguistics at Birkbeck, University of London. I have a BA degree in German from Hull University,
which including a year abroad studying at Potsdam University in Germany. I also hold a Cambridge CELTA from International House London, which gives
me the skills to effectively teach English to students. I also went to King's College Taunton where I have A'Levels in French, German and Design
Technology. In July 2019 I spent two weeks at the Japanese Summer Schools course hosted and organised by Eton College. Here, I spent the mornings
teaching the students English Language and in the afternoons/evenings I took on a more pastoral role in guiding the students around London to
various cultural sites/activities. I have also spent time helping my neighbours' children with their studies as they approached exam time.
I want to ensure that the student gets the help they need through a conversation with the student and parent about the strategies employed by their
school and the structure of their curriculum. This will allow me to tailor the lessons to the students preferred learning style. I also strive to
reduce the amount of tutor talking time, and to increase student talking time and interaction. I achieve this by using Concept Checking Questions
to elicit answers or to guide students towards the right answer instead of giving it to them.
I like to keep fit in my free time, which I
do mainly by running around the various parks of London. I hope to one day complete a Marathon. My previous job was as a Bookseller for Waterstones
and Hatchards, so I also like to relax by reading a good book. I love to cook, which for me is very relaxing, if I can find the time. Finally,
I am an avid video gamer, specifically PC. I speak fluent German.
I have a bachelor degree in Mathematics and starting a masters by research in maths curriculum and pedagogy in September. I worked for two
years in Sydney, Australia, before moving to London. I am currently in my second year in London, teaching all levels up to and including Further
Mathematics A level.
I believe that tuition should support a students class work. It should offer a deeper understanding into concepts and
further link these to other aspects of mathematics.
In my spare time I am teaching myself French. I am interested in educational policy, so
I am currently applying for a Masters at Oxford in Comparative and International Education for next September. I enjoy running, hiking and loves
travelling to learn about different cultures and history.
I completed my undergraduate degree at Newcastle University where I studied Ancient History. After finishing my undergraduate degree, in which I
achieved a 2:1, I studied at Oxford University, where I undertook my PGCE and teacher training. I have now been a History teacher for just over a
year; firstly teaching at a high achieving, all girls school and now working at a well respected school in Richmond, London.
I believe it is
important to build a good relationship with tutees and work hard to really understand each students individual learning approach, seeing what works
for them and how best they can learn.
I run regularly during evenings and weekends and have just recently completed my first half marathon,
with the aim to complete a full marathon in the spring. I play basketball and am part of a team here in London. As a History teacher, I enjoy
traveling in the holidays, often to historic and significant locations.
I recently completed my undergraduate degree in English and Drama at Goldsmiths, University of London. I have A'Levels in English Literature,
Drama and Textiles. I also have experience as a teaching assistant, working with both primary and secondary school students.
I believe that
the best way to aid a student’s learning is to break concepts down to their foundations. This gives a strong basis to build upon and it makes more
complex material easier to understand. Every student learns differently and I can easily adapt my approach to suit the needs of the student.
I believe that energy is contagious and, through my enthusiasm, I aim to make students as enthusiastic about the subjects that I teach as I am.
I am passionate about helping students to achieve their full potential and providing them with the support needed for this to happen.
a passion for reading; my favourite genre is Gothic fiction. I also love the creative arts, so I enjoy going to the theatre and visiting art
galleries - especially to see the work of Modernist artists.
I graduated from Queen Mary, University of London in 2015 with a degree in Zoology. I subsequently completed a PGCE in secondary science
(biology) achieving 100% in my professional development profile. I graduated with Distinction and the highest mark in the science cohort for the
final assignment. I recently completed a Masters degree in Science Education at UCL. I have taught at several secondary comprehensive schools
as a teacher of Science and Psychology. I have also tutored secondary school students, as well as many primary school students for core subjects
and 11+ exams. I have helped several students studying Science and Psychology gain entry to university to study Medicine and BSc Diagnostic
I am an enthusiastic and extremely patient tutor. I am passionate and committed to ensuring that sessions are tailored to the
individual pupil's needs, ensuring they make maximum progress and achieve excellent results. Regardless of the ability and experience of a tutee,
I remain extremely encouraging and optimistic.
I am interested in Science and English Literature. Outside of work, I teach Shotokan Karate,
which I have been practicing for twenty years. I also enjoy reading, walking and cooking.
I have a 2.1 degree in Modern History from the School of Oriental and African Studies, an MA in Writing and I am an NCTJ-qualified journalist.
My tutoring background has covered tutoring A-level English Literature, English Language and History to UK clients, as well as tutoring primary
and secondary English to a wide number of students both in the UK and overseas. I have also worked preparing foreign language students on an
individual basis for the TOEFL, using a variety of essay-writing and verbal reasoning practice techniques, along with two years' experience
teaching the US English curriculum to classes in the U.A.E. I am also a published journalist who worked in the regional press for two years,
along with articles in various national media, including the Times and Resurgence magazine. My particular area of speciality in tutoring is in
coaching writing; academic writing, vocational writing and also creative writing.
My personal approach to tuition is to take a creative
approach which relies on engaging student's personal interests, as well as enabling them to enjoy expressing themselves in written English. I also
try to improve overall language fluency by engaging them in varied English media and different formats of learning. There are a number of techniques
that can be taught to improve both essay writing and creative writing, as well as general English comprehension, which in my experience, are most
effective when they engage with the student's personal goals and interests. I take a wide-ranging and creative approach when engaging with different
I write fiction and non-fiction in my spare time, as well as being a keen yoga practitioner and music and travel fan. I am
particularly interested in current and international affairs, ecology and cultural and philanthropic trends in the news, as well as trying to stay
involved in various charitable causes.
My background is centred on the Humanities, having studied History, Law and Politics at A-Level and graduating with a degree in History and
Politics from Trinity College, Oxford. I have been tutoring for over two years and has extensive experience in coaching Oxbridge applicants,
as well as running a summer school for twelve students who applied to top UK universities. In addition, since September, I have been teaching
A-Level Politics on a weekly basis.
My approach to tutoring focuses on rote learning and tutorials that are based on essays produced by
the student. We read through these together to spot any errors and see if the essay makes sense when read aloud.
Aside from tutoring and
looking for work experience in the City, I am a regular at most of London's art galleries; as well as being a big cinema fan, I also enjoy
I am a highly skilled Mathematics tutor, exclusively teaching A-level Maths and Further Maths. Having achieved 3 A*s in Maths, Further Maths and
Additional Further Maths with a 96% average( including 599/600 in the Further Maths A level), I am able to provide my students with a powerful insight
into exactly what they need to do to achieve top grades, regardless of how they perceive their Mathematical ability beforehand. I am currently studying
toward a Mathematics degree, having accumulated plenty of time teaching students Mathematics up to A-Level. I am very well versed with the A-level
specifications; I have a great deal of experience creating Maths resources, which are used by students across the country - such as model answers and
My teaching style focuses on perfecting the intuition of the fundamentals of a given topic and steadily building upon this
through lots of supervised practice and feedback - to the point where the student feels like they have well and truly gained a solid understanding
of the content.
I like to maintain a very active lifestyle with strength training being a key interest of mine and, in particular,
Calisthenics. I also regularly partakes in rock climbing. Outside of fitness I am an avid Formula 1 fan, supporting Ferrari - which can be very
painful at times!
I have recently completed my A level studies in Biology, Chemistry and Maths. I am currently attending Kings College, London, where I am
studying for a bio-medical degree. I have tutored for nearly two years, covering a variety of subjects, but Maths and Science are where my main
passions lie. I have taught Maths from KS 2 all the way up to A levels (pure), Science from KS 2 to GCSE level and Biology and Chemistry to A level
I start with a presentation and discussion which identifies the learning objective, ensuring that student is comfortable with,
and understands the areas being covered. The content is divided into separate topics, enabling me to isolate specific areas of concern. I also
introduce exercises, which enables the student to demonstrate their knowledge. At the end of the lesson, I test the student with exam-style
questions and provides feedback using the mark scheme. After the lesson, I provide resources to aid learning, as well as some exam questions so
that the student can apply and test what I have learnt. I also attach the marking scheme, which provides an insight into exactly what is required
to gain full marks from the question.
I am a member of a local Cricket Club and enjoy working in a team. It's just more than a sport, as
it involves good ethics and honesty. I also play badminton in my leisure-time.
I hold a PhD in Geography from the University of Cambridge and also completed a MPhil in African Studies, as well as a BA in Social
Anthropology - both at the University of Cambridge. I have over two years of teaching and tutoring experience, having taught Politics and
Geography to undergraduates at the University of Cambridge, as well as privately tutoring Geography at GCSE and A-level.
I believe that the
best approach to tuition is to allow students to arrive at answers and conclusions by themselves - with some gentle nudging of course! Evidence
suggests that guiding a student, as they figure out problems and the answers to particular questions, is far more effective in helping them to
retain information than simply giving them answers or lecturing directly. As such, I teach my students by going through particular topics or exam
questions, asking relevant questions from different angles and giving them the space to think through their answers. This also helps to develop
their critical and independent thinking.
I am a film fanatic – I run a film company in my spare time, in which I develop films from
academic research publications. I also enjoy traveling, cooking and outdoor pursuits. I speak Swahili and a bit of German.
I hold a BA in Education from Roehampton University and is a TEFL certified teacher of English, with experience working in Spain teaching
students across a variety of age ranges English as a Second Language.
I am passionate about inspiring my students to enjoy learning.
My lessons are structured to not only develop confidence in my students to tackle the learning task at hand, but also to show them that learning
can also be fun. Games and a variety of activities help to keep my students engage with the lesson content. I continuously review the skills they
have developed in previous lessons, in order to ensure each student reaches their potential.
I am passionate about animals and I travelling
to and learning about different cultures, languages, landscapes and people. I have been to many countries, some of these include; America, Egypt,
Turkey, Thailand, Spain, Bosnia, Croatia and Dubai.
Holding a Masters in Computer Science and BSc. in Mathematics, I have a fifteen year proven track record of teaching Maths, ICT / Computing to
A Level and Foundation Level and Science to GCSE. I am also able to support teaching Python programming for beginners.
I am a friendly,
аpprоаchаble, well-planned and enthusiastic teacher. I work thoroughly to provide tailoring support to each tutee based on their skills and
abilities. With a thorough understanding of the changes to both the GCSE and A Level curriculums over the past few years, I focus on concept
clarity and use real life applications of mathematical and scientific problems to support pupils in their understanding. I believe that every
student is capable to excel if they know basic fundamental ideas and accurate application of principles.
When not tutoring, I enjoy cricket,
maths games and finding new approaches to sums, sudoku and snooker. I am also fluent in Urdu, Punjabi and Hindi.
I graduated with a BSc(Hons) degree in Mathematics from the UEA and am a fully qualified secondary maths teacher (PGCE). My experience as a
teacher includes working in secondary schools, supply in secondary schools and supply in primary schools. My private tuition spans over ten years
tutoring up to A level. Tutoring also takes me to different locations, helping child actors in the TV/film industry to keep up with their academic
studies while they are working.
I offer a personalised tutoring experience, adapting sessions to meet the individual needs of each student.
I have a toolkit of resources that I bring to my tutoring sessions, in order to better help me understand the starting points and individual needs
of students so they make continuous progress.
I enjoy dancing, travelling and exploring new places, trying out new crafts. I am also a bit
of a science fiction geek!
I am a native French speaker with a BA in Modern Languages. I have spent many years working with children of all ages. I am currently a SEN
teacher assistant in a secondary school. I believe tuition is one of the safest places for children to learn properly and happily, whether they
struggle at school or want to expand their knowledge. I believe that tuition is different from being in a classroom - the focus is entirely on the
one child being taught and the discussion about learning happens freely.
I love sports! I have been training in Muay Thai for years and
I also love to swim.
I graduated in Classics at the prestigious Scuola Normale di Pisa (Italy) and attended additional courses in Ancient Greek Literature at King's
College, London. I have taught Latin, Ancient Greek and Italian to learners of all ages, from primary school to undergraduates and adult learners,
and have also tutored in History and Maths.
I rely on my expert knowledge of the topics, as well as on my intuition, to tailor the lessons
to the learner's own knowledge and interests. I tend to be quite traditional in terms of grammar and rules, but am always on the lookout for new
ideas and new approaches to tuition in order to make the sessions interesting for my students.
I love books and browsing second-hand
bookshops in search for lost gems. I like learning new languages and reading about history, the world and society. I also play the flute and love
music, singing and whistling. I am a native Italian speaker.
I went to St Paul's school and achieved A*s in Maths GCSE and A-Level (amongst my many other qualifications). I have a degree in Psychology from
Edinburgh University and am currently studying for a Masters in Computing and Technology. I have been tutoring on and off for the last six years, mainly
concentrating on Maths GCSE and A-Level, but also Physics and Computer Science GCSE as well as 11+ preparation.
I believe that every student
is capable of achieving excellent results no matter their ability, and I always try to raise my student's confidence in the subject first. I then
do my best to make learning fun for the pupil by using YouTube videos, games, flashcards and coming up with fun questions to test them.
been playing piano since I was five, so I enjoy doing that from time to time. I also have a love of languages, so I am trying to teach myself French and
Japanese when I can. For fun, I like to play online games with some of my friends.
I am currently a third year Physics undergraduate at Kings College, London. Having been though the gauntlet of trials and tests leading up to
this point, I can appreciate full well the commitment and effort required to achieve your goals. I have been tutoring for over three years, and
have gained some invaluable insights on the way. My skills range to all levels: from 11+ to degree level. I have tutored a wide variety of GCSE's
from the Humanities to the Sciences, but I like to specialise in the Maths and Sciences. My most common subjects are Maths, Further Maths, and all
three Sciences to an A-Level standard.
The approach that I like to adopt is to build rapport with the student. I believe that young people
learn differently and there is no 'one size fits all'. As soon as a bond is made with the student, learning becomes more effective and enjoyable
for both the tutor and the tutee. It's not about catching them out, it's about bringing them in, inspiring them and encouraging them.
to study and practise martial arts, namely Muay Thai and kick boxing. I am also an avid football and basketball fan. In my free time I enjoy
travelling and experiencing different cultures.
I am currently undertaking a Secondary PGCE at the Institute of Education, and hold a BA in History of Art (2:1) from the University of
Manchester. My tuition experience is primarily within Art Education and Outreach - I enjoy working with children of all ages and have experience
within a number of learning environments, from galleries and workshops to schools. My main area of interest is how creativity/art/visual stimuli
can be used to facilitate and support learning. My role as a Learning Support Assistant at an all boys’ secondary school allowed me to work closely
with KS3/4 SEN pupils, providing one-on-one academic support for core subjects, specifically English Literature and Language.
my personal strengths lie in essay writing and planning, poetry/prose analysis, exam preparation and revision strategies. I describe myself
as enthusiastic, patient, supportive and adaptable. My approach to tutoring is all about breaking concepts down, making them relatable and
memorable, in addition to employing creative/visual strategies. I am a great believer in the importance of creating a relaxed and positive
learning atmosphere - building rapport is key.
I am a creative person with an enormous passion for art and literature – I make sure to
visit galleries and museums as much as possible. In my spare time I like to practice yoga and meditation. I also love running, and am currently
training for a half marathon.
What does it mean to study the subject English? A process that requires critical thinking, imagination and thought. The best thing about
English is that it is not limited in answers . Various interpretations and perspectives can be explored. A subject that privileges what you
think or have to say, which I seek to encourage.
I am passionate about English as I love exploring different meanings that each pieces of
literature hold. I am currently studying English at Kings and have A-levels in English, History, Sociology and Philosophy. All these subjects are
intertwined and have helped me to think more critically about certain topics.
I have had tutoring experience in the past, indeed this
experience has taught the importance of adopting specific methods to meet the individual needs of each student. This not only includes improving the
student's skills but also building their confidence which is a crucial step to the road of success.
I enjoy reading lot of books that are not
part of my degree, as well as manga's too. I also love baking and trying out new recipes. I am currently learning Japanese as part of my degree at
university. And I seek to learn more languages in the future.
I am a Hungarian concert pianist and tutor based in London. I started learning music and playing the piano at the age of five. When I was ten I
was admitted at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest in the special class for exceptional talents. After attaining my Bachelors degree, with
the highest honours at the same institute, I continued my studies at the Royal Academy of Music in London with prof Pascal Nemirovski. After graduating
with a Masters degree I continued pursuing my Advanced Postgraduate Diploma at the Birmingham Conservatoire from where I graduated in 2018. I have
performed recitals and chamber music concerts in festivals such as Prussia Cove, Nuits Classique Megève, Festival de Piano Classique Biarritz, Encuentro
de Musica y Academia de Santander, Internationale Sommerakademie der ISA Reichenau and have won the first prize in a number of international piano
competitions, including Zlatko Grgosevic in Croatia, Cittá di Gorizia in Italy, Smetana in the Czech Republic.
For the past ten years I have
been teaching alongside performing; I have tuttored both privately and for a year and a half on Saturdays at the Junior Conservatoire at Birmingham
City University. The age and the level of my students over the years have been extremely varied between 5-75 years old - from beginner to advanced
level. I found that there is no difference in the essence of it all, music can be created and should be aimed for right from start. I like to
encourage my students to sing, clap, create and recreate music, and try to make the process of building an overall musicianship fun! I believe
besides eartraining, technique and musical knowledge there is a strong psychological aspect that a teacher needs to consider. Based on my personal
experience, I always tru to listen to the student and adapt to their personality, to make them comfortable enough to be able to express themselves
and open. My hope is that by being an active performing pianist myself, I can inspire people to be curious enough to discover the world of classical
I love travelling and exploring different cultures, learning new languages, reading, dancing and yoga.
I am currently studying for my Master program at Goldsmiths University in Computational Neuroscience. I have fourteen months of private tutoring
experience mainly in Maths and Physics up to undergraduate level. Having studied BioPhysics at University, medical science and computing, I am also
confident in supporting students in Biology / Chemistry and Computer Science to GCSE and A Level. I tend to help my students understand the theory
behind Maths and Physics, by breaking learning down into smaller chunks of information; making it as simple as possible for them as he builds upon
previous knowledge. Rather than test my students in regards to sit down examinations during his sessions, I prefer to ask a lot of questions to make
sure the students understand the content at a deeper level; and then gets feedback, so they can adapt to higher level questioning. I do not think there
are bad students, only bad teachers.
I like listening to music, reading different articles and to visit various cultural places. I speak
Russian and Romanian and I am happy to offer these at a conversational level for students.
I attended elementary and middle school in Italy. I obtained my IGCSEs and IB certificates at an international school in Italy (English
International School of Padua). I tutored for almost one year in a public middle school in Italy. I am now tutoring in London. I believe that my
teaching style should be based on the student and his/her learning method; for example, if a student is a visual learner, I will focus the lessons
on diagrams or photos in order to improve both the quality of the lesson and the level of understanding of the topic. Despite the learning style of
the student, the base of the lessons will be mutual trust and respect, allowing a strong connection to be established.
I am currently
studying Criminology and Psychology at university, so everything to do with the study of crime and its relation with the human brain fascinates me.
Additionally, I also love to experiment with different cuisines from all around the world. Another passion I have is the one for music, especially
Italian: both modern and 80s/90s. I speak fluent English. However, Italian is my first language, so I am happy to offer both grammar/vocabulary
lessons and conversation sessions. I also studied Spanish for seven years (middle school, IGCSE and IB), in which I am fluent.
I have an undergraduate degree in English Literature from the University of Southampton and hold a Post Graduate Certificate in Secondary
English Teaching from the University of the West of England. I am a fully qualified English teacher with five years of experience teaching in
secondary schools across London. I currently hold a position in middle leadership, and am responsible for ensuring the quality of English teaching
and for leading whole school training sessions to develop other teachers. As a Lead Practitioner for English, it is my responsibility to stay up to
date with teaching and learning pedagogy. I have received state of the art training on how to improve students' literacy and vocabulary skills. I
have helped students prepare for a range of examinations across English Language and Literature and I am a GCSE exam board marker and have received
high commendations for the quality of my student's A-level coursework year after year.
I believe every child has the potential to be
successful in life and make a positive contribution to the society they live in. This can only be achieved if they are empowered to be confident,
independent and lifelong learners. As a tutor, I like to create a bespoke programme based around the individual needs of her learners. To begin with
I will identify the gaps within their knowledge and their areas for improvement and then focus my activities and teaching in order to best suit their
requirements. I like to use a range of engaging and interactive activities interspersed with quality testing so that students are able to see their
I am an avid reader and theatre goer. I enjoy travel, music and socialising with friends.
I completed a Bachelor of Arts degree with Honours in Geography (Human Environment) and graduated with Great Distinction from Concordia
University in Canada. I was also the recipient of the Canadian Association of Geographers Undergraduate Award. I then obtained a Graduate Diploma
of Education (Secondary) at the University of Queensland in Australia and received the Dean’s Commendation for Academic Excellence. Upon my arrival
in the UK, I was awarded QTS (Qualified Teacher Status). Further to this, I also hold a TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) certificate
from an accredited TEFL school. I have been teaching in the UK for the past four years and have acquired valuable experience teaching Key Stage 3,
GCSE and A-Level Geography as well as French and EAL. I am familiar with multiple exam boards including iGCSE, AQA and Edexcel A and B. I have worked
at both mixed and all-girls' state and independent schools. Additionally, I have extensive international teaching experience and have taught EAL as a
primary school teacher at a school in Thailand.
Above all, I want to ensure my students develop a love for learning. To achieve this, I
introduce teaching methods which will make learning more interactive, engaging and hands-on. I encourage my students to tap into background
knowledge about a topic which makes the subject more relevant and meaningful to them. I understand that all students learn differently and
consequently, adapt my teaching to meet their learning needs. I frequently use assessment for learning strategies throughout the lesson to ensure my
students are understanding the new content. I am very approachable and supportive and I encourage my students and/or parents to express any concerns
they may have. I will then take this information into consideration when preparing my lessons.
I am very interested in sports and when I was
younger, I was a high-level athlete in both triathlon and speed skating. Although I am no longer actively competing, I still enjoy running and
cycling. I practise yoga frequently and will be completing a yoga and meditation teacher-training course later this year. I am very interested in
nutrition to achieve optimal health. Moreover, I also enjoy travelling to different countries and learning about culture and history.
I have a degree in Mathematics obtained in 1997 from Nottingham Trent University. I have been providing maths tuition since 2017 to private
clients and also on behalf of a charity who operate school programmes giving support to children from less-wealthy backgrounds.
My main aim
is to make improvements to the ability and outcome of all my students. All students are different and I address each child on an individual basis.
For less able children, I look to build their confidence through going back to basics and getting them into the habit of getting the correct answer.
Using diagrams is often effective. For high-achievers, marks are more likely to be dropped through mistakes or bad habits, therefore, I would focus
more on getting these ironed out.
Having three children, most of my spare time is taken up by their activities and school work. Leisure
pursuits I enjoy are playing guitar, keyboard and also playing squash.
I am a qualified teacher (PGCE in Primary Education from 4 to 11 years old) with 6 years of experience, mostly in the state sector of education.
I have mainly worked in deprived areas in North London hence have a range of knowledge for working with children with a variety of backgrounds and
educational needs. I have been tutoring previous students in Key Stage 1 and 2 on a 1:1 basis for over a year and have a wealth of experience in building
trusted relationships with parents and my students. My specialist area and passion is teaching mathematics and reading in the primary school age phase for
children aged 4-11.
I believe that everyone should have belief and confidence in themselves and I strive to build on that during my tuition
sessions with my students. From there, with a positive approach and attitude I aim to identify the individual targets for my students and therefore
create a clear plan to help them succeed. This leads to independence and to ownership of learning in order to support my students in exceeding their
I love to explore the world and travel to different countries, soaking up cultures that expand the mind. Skiing holidays are my
favourite, and my hobbies include yoga, hiking and going out with friends. I am fluent in Farsi.
I am a fully qualified secondary level teacher, with a specialism in the Humanities (via the University of Sheffield). I also have a Geography
degree from the University of Durham. I also have eight years of experience working with children and young adults in a range of academic, sporting
and volunteering ventures.
My approach to teaching, is rooted in three core principles:
1. Enthusiasm - the student needs an enthusiastic educator to ensure engagement with the subject, especially after school or on weekends when
motivation may be lacking. I aim to provide a stimulating learning environment in which the student will engage and share in my motivation for
2. Adaptability - working at schools in a variety of socioeconomic contexts has taught me how to better adapt to the needs of all learners. With
regular feedback from student and parents I constantly look to better tailor my teaching to a student's unique requirements.
3. Independence - the creation of independent learners is my number one priority. Moving into higher education many students lack the independent
study skills needed to thrive; I aim to equip my students with the skills needed to become independent, self-motivated learners.
I am a
passionate rock climber; he enjoys travelling the world in pursuit of adventure and challenge. The climbing goes hand in hand with travel - I always
strive to push myself from my comfort zone by visiting new and strange places. I also enjoy reading on a wide variety of subjects; though I mainly enjoy
reading about general history and geopolitics.
I have a Master's degree in Contemporary Art (art history from 1945 to the present day, with art curatorial and art business studies) and a BA
Joint Honours degree in Modern Languages (French & German, Language & Literature). I also have a TEFL Certificate in teaching English for learners
of English as a secondary language. I also have a certificate in freelance journalism. I am a Member (Fellow) of the Chartered Institute of
Marketing (CIM), I am a Linguist, and was a member of the Institute of Linguists.
I have professional experience in many areas. These
include: teaching English to speakers of other languages including pronunciation / business English in company, 1-2-1; teaching German to learners
of German; teaching art history, post-war contemporary art, from 1945 onwards; teaching pronunciation of English to business people in the luxury
sector. They also include in the roll of marketing: marketing strategy, thought leadership, content marketing, PR - worked in various marketing
roles in professional services (eg. EY, Accenture), and Higher Arts Education (eg. Sotheby's Institute of Art, Trinity College London); professional
business writing for business people eg. presentations, case studies, white papers, articles, thought leadership; experience of working in PR - through
a PR agency in Brussels/London, and in myroles as marketing manager/marketing director; writing press releases, finding out about stories to pitch to
journalists; finding and putting on exhibitions for artists and promoting artists' works, writing press releases for artists, pitching to art media;
supporting a tech start - up with Press and PR, writing press releases, compiling press lists, contacting journalists; experience of working 1-2-1
with partners, CEOs, directors of companies, helping them to find story ideas to create key messages about their company's services; experience of
working as a business Editor, trained in the Pyramid Principle, by Barbara Minto, when I was at McKinsey & Co, in Germany/London.
I also have
experience as an art advisor: advising individuals on selecting and buying contemporary art for their own personal art collection, working 1-2-1,
helping to define the brief, and then sourcing artworks, negotiating the sales process, ensuring successful purchase and delivery of artwork; knowledge
about the art market, who the players are, how it works, how to do business in the art world, careers in the art world - I can advise on a range of
careers in the visual arts internationally; knowledge about how to sell in the luxury market and the curating of art exhibitions. Finally, I have
experience of: Translation, German into English, various subject matter (eg. business, legal, arts, marketing , advertising); as well as experience
in Academic and Business writing, and arts writing.
I believe all lessons/experiences should be collaborative, supportive, learner-centric,
inspiring with clear and logical steps, have clarity and be flexible.
My hobbies include the visual arts, film, creative writing, German
language & literature and keeping myself fit. I also speak fluent German & French.
I have a BSC in Psychology and then later went on to gain my teaching qualification. I have been teaching in primary school for four years
I believe that a child really needs to understand the concept of what is being taught. My personal approach to tuition is to start
slowly; breaking the concept down into easier steps, ensuring the child is understanding each concept and is able to complete activities
independently at each stage.
I enjoy travelling, reading and spending time with my family.
I achieved a BA in English Literature from Durham University. From the WPF I have a Foundation in Counselling and Psychotherapy. From 2011 - 2013 I worked for the Kids
Company, mentoring a teenage child once per month for two years for which I received the relevant training from the Kids Company. From 2014 - 2016 I went to London
Metropolitan University, where I was awarded a Msc in Applied Psychology with Distinction. I wrote my dissertation on how behaviour in the workplace is influenced by
playing sport. For the last three years I have worked for IntoUniversity. IntoUniversity is a United Kingdom-based charity that aims to help disadvantaged young people
gain a place within a higher education establishment. It provides encouragement to children and young people aged 7-18 in pursuing further education. Here I have coached
students at university online and face to face. I have also worked for Open Age - an organisation that creates chances for Londoners over 50 to work, learn, take part and
stay healthy in body and mind. Here I focus on motivation, job applications and interview techniques. In 2019 I was awarded a diploma in Transformational Coaching from the
Animas Centre for Coaching.
I have been married for thirty years to Charlie I met at Durham. He was an Investment banker until recently. I have three children aged
between 21 and 26 and they mean the world to me. I am a life coach and I help anyone wanting to make a change in their life.
My sessions are non-judgemental, open
and confidential. I have a background in the study of psychotherapy and Applied Psychology, as well as in Coaching, so I have a wide perspective on how to support each
client. I have a particular interest in coaching young people. I help them to explore what is important to them about reaching a goal and then encourage them to make a plan
to achieve it. My feedback is good, clients tell me that coaching helps them to feel more motivated, more confident and more decisive. They find more self-belief and
motivation. I believe that coaching can enhance the tutoring experience by focusing on a client's perception of the end goal. Sometimes, students of all ages are held back
by a deep unconfidence and limiting negative thoughts. The impact of such thinking can trigger a cycle of behaviour in young people such as stress, fear and often refusal to
engage. Coaching allows the exploration and greater understanding of negative thinking patterns. I offer practical models and exercises which help students to recognise
unhelpful thinking and to manage it. This is where the magic happens and a student can replace negative behaviour patterns with realistic, positive ones, which will help
them to reach their end goal, fulfil their potential and get the most out of their tutoring.
My hobbies include ballet, psychology, theatre, modern art,
dachshunds, bridge and watching tennis. I speak working French and spend a lot of time in France. However, I do not speak fluently enough to be able to take a coaching
session in French.
I am an enthusiastic and passionate educational practitioner. I am a fully qualified teacher and have taught the full range of the primary
years (currently in Year 4), and have an in-depth subject knowledge across the board. As part of being a leader in my school, I am currently head
of History, and have previously held the positions of head of Character and KS1 English. I gained 9 A* qualifications before my A and A* A-Levels.
I studied Classics at Warwick, earning the first place prize for my final year dissertation.
I strongly believe that all children are able
to develop a growth mindset, learn across all subjects and make progress. I have studied and used a number of techniques to aid learning and uses
them daily in her classroom. My teaching style is joyous, pacy and firm.
In my spare time, I enjoy travelling around the world and finding
new food and cultures to immerse myself in. I am an avid reader and baker and love book recommendations (and recipes!) from all ages.
I have taught in London secondary schools and have regularly provided one-to-one tutoring to several students. When I meet a new tutee, I
initially look to understand their current strengths across all the disciplines of English study and through doing so, identify areas to focus on.
I will use a range of activities to get to know a student and the approach to learning that works best for them.
Using texts from the taught
syllabus, alongside a combination of classic and contemporary literature, I will create a bespoke tuition plan that ensures stimulating and engaging
sessions with clear learning objectives. I believe the key is to complement the work done at school, so we will use lesson notes and homework as the
basis for deeper and more detailed study. Whether the focus is on specific exams or assignments, or the subject more generally, I will tailor each
student's experience to best suit their needs.
In my spare time, I like to read and also write short stories. I enjoy live music and playing
drums in a band; I play live across London. I am a keen swimmer and runner and hope to do another marathon someday.
Besides being a CELTA qualified English teacher, I hold a Master’s degree in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (M.A.) supplemented by a Bachelor’s
degree in Modern Languages and Foreign Language Teaching (B.A.). However, this academic achievement is not due to my innate intelligence. I attribute this
accomplishment to my love for learning languages and hard work. The other important aspect I have learnt during my years in practice is the sense of fulfilment in
what I do. My education has also trained me to analyse problems in the education sector and come up with key solutions; a skill that comes hardy in most educators
at all levels of instruction. A big part of my campus life involved development in language. I was actively involved in professional language development and at one
time I held a public speech at the TESOL international convention in Portland, Oregon, US. Besides being fluent in English and German, I was actively involved in
learning other languages such as French (advanced), Spanish (advanced) and Russian (beginner) which have further added to my remarkable skills in language instruction.
Principally, I was an English High School teacher in Dubai at two private schools for four years. Besides teaching at schools, I have tutored a variety of children and adults
to help them achieve success in their studies. I have taught literature, grammar, listening, and vocabulary. I am currently a doctoral student in the EdD programme at Greenwich
University. My desire of enrolling in the teaching profession began when I was young. I used to admire teaching because I believed it is the best profession through which you can
deliver your professionalism efficiently. I used to envy my primary teacher and was fascinated by his impressive teaching experience and unique ability to deliver fun and engaging
lessons all students enjoyed attending. Mainly, this notion further influenced me into liking the teaching profession. In line with that, teaching is a social career. Teaching
provides a very good platform in social interaction. I am capable of implementing effective teaching methods in my work with students of different cultures and beliefs, to foster
mutual tolerance and understanding. Moreover, I am successfully implementing the latest collaborative strategies in teaching to achieve differentiated instruction in order to meet
the needs of her students with different abilities, and skills.
As a teacher one is able to meet different students from different world speaking different
languages, different races, and also different in cultures. Out of my four years teaching experience in different countries across the world, I have developed a
heartfelt love for this profession and looks forward to meeting lots of new students. I believe a variety of exciting and real world activities stimulate a student’s
learning on several different levels. Education is an incredibly powerful tool which educators must use effectively for all students to experience success and
enjoyment each day of their school careers.
I am an active social individual; I enjoy meeting up with friends from different part of the world. Having a
profound background in literature, I also like to read books of different genres and watch movies or go to the theatre. It is also important for me to keep a healthy
and active lifestyle, so I count swimming and running as part of my hobbies.
I am in her second year of university at Queen Mary University of London, where I am studying Mechanical Engineering. During my sixth form,
I studied A-level Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics. Throughout this time, I was an A-level Mathematics tutor at St Charles
Sixth Form College. In my first year of university, I volunteered to tutor Chemistry at The Access Project. This is an organisation that helps
bright students from disadvantaged backgrounds gain access to top universities. Overall, I have been tutoring GCSE to A-level in both Mathematics
and Chemistry for three years.
My personal approach to tuition includes getting to know the student’s personal learning style; this includes
a small discussion on their strengths and weaknesses regarding the subject. Then I would tailor every session to fit the student’s learning abilities,
so they would have a better understanding and engage with the subject. As well as helping them improve with their understanding on the subject, I hope
to make the students enjoy themselves in this process by making the session as fun and interactive as possible.
Apart from my academics, my
passion also lies in music. I can play piano and violin, and I was part of an orchestra and choir. I am also quite active, as goes to the gym regularly
and practices ballet from time to time. I am fluent in Filipino (Ilocano).
I completed my Baccalauréat in Switzerland; I have a BA in Fashion Design and Development from the London College of Fashion. Whilst living in
Switzerland I taught gymnastics to a variety of ages and also tutored Swiss students in English.
When I teach French, I spend the first half
of the session simply talking in French with my student. It could be on any subject that my student wants to talk about that day, but in French. I
then spend the other half of the session extracting some grammatical mistakes I heard whilst talking to them, and explain in depth the grammar rules
they do not understand.
I enjoy cooking a lot. I also like sports, particularly gymnastics, and I like anything fashion or creative related.
I am also a native French speaker.
I am a Master’s Chemistry student who aspires to do a PhD in this subject. Although my tutoring experience began over three and a half years
ago, I started working as a private tutor in 2016. Throughout the last three years, I have tutored students of all ages. In addition to this, I
have worked in a tuition centre for 7 months, tutoring KS3 and GCSE maths to a group of students. During this time, I have tutored students of
different abilities, exam boards and in a variety of subjects, ranging from early years maths to A-level chemistry.
I believe that by having
a positive attitude and the required level of enthusiasm, coupled with easily understandable methods of teaching, I am able to make learning enjoyable
and memorable. As a dedicated private tutor, I spend time understanding how my students learn best and implement this into my lessons, adapting my
teaching style to suit each student, thus enhancing their learning.
I have a love for anything sports related, be it playing basketball
with my friends, teaching korfball to primary students or watching football matches. That said, I am more of a doer than a watcher! I am also big
on reading - paperbacks are my haven after a long day of studies. Another interest of mine is learning languages: I was awarded a scholarship to
learn Spanish at university and am currently continue to learn this language. I also speak fluent Somali.
I achieved a BSc in Psychology before pursuing a career in Clinical Psychology. For the last four years I have worked in both clinical and
research fields where I have been able to put psychological theory to practice. A key part of my role is teaching clients and colleagues about
psychological theories and practices. Therefore, I have a great deal of experience tailoring my teaching to the individuals I am working with.
I also have experience working with children and adults with additional needs such as Autism.
My personal approach to tuition is to make
learning a fun, interactive and a collaborative experience.
I am an all-round food enthusiast but my sweet tooth led me to become a keen
baker. I have always enjoyed travelling and learning about different cultures. I am also a fitness enthusiast: weights, boxing and high intensity
cardio are my cathartic outlet.
I am a qualified teacher specialised in Early Years (Early Years PGCE) from Middlesex University. Following 9 Years of classroom teaching
experience - 6 years in the private sector and 3 years in state sector, (teaching in both Nursery and Reception classes during that time), I am now
available as a EYFS specialist tutor.
I am a very caring, patient teacher with an Early Years background. I am passionate about learning through
play. During sessions children will take part in fun educational games that will help them to make progress in areas they are currently finding
challenging. I am skilled at understanding the unique starting points of students and can help them to make sustained progress towards their targets in
order to achieve their potential.
I am passionate about travel - during holidays I enjoy exploring new places and experiencing different
cultures and also like to keep fit by attending dance classes including Zumba and dance cardio. I am an avid theatre goer and particularly enjoy
going to see musicals in my spare time.
I graduated this year with a first-class in BSc Business Management following my experience working as a business analyst for a global fashion
brand. I am an experienced tutor, having worked part-time during my studies as a Maths Tutor for students aged 11-16; while also helping students
prepare for 11+ and 13+ entrance exams. I have a strong passion for Biology and Chemistry, which has led me to achieve A levels in both subjects
and a Level 5 EQF for Sports Nutrition.
From a very young age, I have been drawn to music which have led me to become proficient in three
instruments; Piano, Veena and Carnatic Violin. I have been playing these instruments for over 17 years and reached a Grade 8 standard by the age of
fifteen. Since then, I have accompanied and collaborated with many artists across London in various concerts and festivals.
I strive to
provide a student-centred learning approach as I believe all students are different. Therefore, my approach will vary depending on the student's
individual needs, interests and goals. I believe providing interactive and engaging sessions for my students is essential to inspire and develop a
love for learning within themselves.
I am an avid climber and upholds a daily yoga practice on a regular basis. I also enjoy cycling and
hiking. My passion for travel has taken me to over 25 countries and deepened my desire to learn about different cultures across the world. I am also
a native Tamil speaker.
I am from Germany and I studied business, languages & marketing in the Netherlands and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in the UK.
Whilst being a student I have tutored German, French and English in my spare time for students at a Dutch secondary school. I am currently working
for a self-publishing print-on-demand company in the UK, where I communicate with Dutch, German, French, English and Spanish customers on a daily
basis. One of my key roles at work is translating web content, templates and software descriptions.
I grew up in a multilingual family
and I am very passionate about languages. I enjoy speaking and teaching languages in a fun and interactive way. Using my language skills at work
reignited my passion to teach others. One of my favourite teaching methods involves music, because our brains seem to remember language easier
when it is used with rhythm. It encourages active listening; the memorising of words and the lyrics to a song can teach you a range of vocabulary.
Another method I have found to be effective (particularly through personal experience) is reading autobiographies. Autobiographies are very personal
stories that are relatable, which makes the lessons more engaging when used correctly. Reading at least one page every day helps with expressive speaking
and writing. My lesson structure depends on the level of the language one wants to learn.
I enjoy cooking and reading/listening to (audio)
books; travelling is a big part of my lifestyle. I also enjoy martial arts and dancing. I am a native German speaker; I am also fluent in French and
Dutch. I also speak two more languages from my country of origin - Lingala and Swahili.
I am a qualified teacher with QTS. I am a specialist in PE and Spanish, with more than ten years of experience in education in several
countries. I was a Year 3, 4 and 6 form-teacher in Spain. I was also an English teacher in a Secondary school in Colombia and a Year 3, 4 and 5
form-teacher in England. I have been teaching PE, Spanish, English, mathematics, RE, PSHE, geography, DT, at all levels. I have also been teaching
in a primary school in London for more than three years. I have also tutored English as second language to children and expats British citizens
in Andalusia (Spain).
I believe that in education it is so important the teacher’s knowledge is in tune with the student’s interests. I am
convinced that if I am able to find what motivate students, it is very easy for me to make them achieve their goals. I prefer to learn about my
student’s personality, motivations and interests to prepare bespoke lessons.
I love sports, travelling and spending time with my family.
In the morning, I relish an early run by the riverside and in the park. If I have some spare time at night I enjoy watching comedies series on the
I have a Law, Science and Finance degree from Monash University in Melbourne, Australia. I also spent a year in the of University of Otago,
New Zealand learning biology. I am a qualified accountant, who works as a project manager within the financial sector.
My approach to tuition
and teaching is learning by studying real life examples. In order to support my students with their learning, I endeavour to build my lessons on
shared knowledge and experiences in order to help me understand my student's interests and to bring learning to life. Having studied Science to A
Level, I also have an interest in Biology and how the human body works.
I run a fashion website as a hobby and enjoy learning about how to
make a business work. I enjoy travelling, as I love learning about new cultures and nature. I also enjoy listening to podcasts, fashion, healthy
eating, sport and I have a general curiosity for life.
I am a qualified teacher and psychologist. I have over twenty years of experience in both the primary and secondary sectors. I have a proven track
record of raising the academic attainment and sense of self-worth in the children I have had the privilege to work with. I have a BA/BSc combined honours
degree in English and psychology, a Postgraduate Certificate in Education and an MSc in psychology. In the school setting, I specialise in English literature,
English language and psychology.
I have a commitment to child-centred, self-motivated learning. The concept of negotiation goes a long way and I focus
heavily on the preferred learning style and positive psychological requirements of every child to create the best learning environment for the individual. I
have found that when you strive to motivate the children, you can develop a solid mutual respect which results in a purposeful and positive working relationship.
The children become aware of their own learning style and their own learning environmental needs, which encourages them to take responsibility for their own
learning. This allows children to set their own targets and, as a result, their self-esteem - along with their results - increase considerably.
fascinated by neuroplasticity, and I am often found with my nose in a book on the subject-its bizarrely how I relax! I love dance and teach a form of Arabic
dance-the fluidity of movement and creativity raises the serotonin levels sky high. I also enjoy walking in nature and allowing time to meditate and
be mindful in our beautiful world.
I graduated with a BEng (Hons) degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Surrey and am a fully qualified secondary
maths teacher (PGCE). My experience as a teacher includes working in a varied range of secondary schools and as a teaching assistant
in a secondary school.
I offer a personalised tutoring experience, adapting sessions to meet the individual needs of each student.
I have a bank of resources, accumulated over the years, that I bring to my tutoring sessions in order to better help me understand the
starting points and individual needs of students, so they can make continuous progress.
I enjoy reading, writing and exercise
(four times a week at least!). I also have a love of all things football and (most) things science-fiction. I also speak fluent Arabic.
I graduated top of my class with a First-Class Honours from Cardiff University in biomedical neuroscience. I teach biology,
chemistry, physics and mathematicss and haves experience with 11+, GCSE and A-Level.
I enjoy finding new strategies to make these sometimes-tough subjects easier to understand in ways that make sense to the student.
My initial process involves working with the parent and teachers to determine where the student requires support. I then work with
the student to understand where they believe they are struggling and/or use test papers with the student to better understand where they
need support. This process allows me to progress in identifying precisely where tutoring is required and helps to build a connection
based on trust. This process also offers an insight into how I can tailor the lessons to help achieve personal ambitions. My aim is to
inspire and encourage students to achieve their best, and give them the confidence they need in order to achieve this. I draw experience
from coaching: where I have coached judo, rugby and rowing, and also from my professional experience working in a scientific laboratory and
companies, such as GlaxoSmithKline and Johnson & Johnson. Here I worked in Account Management, managing a team of professionals and mentoring
When I am not tutoring, I will often be found playing rugby, coaching and participating in Judo. I also love to read and use
my spare time to travel.
I am a fully qualified primary teacher. I undertook my PGCE with Teach First back in 2015. Since then, alongside my
teaching, I have tutored children both in and out of school for a range of purposes - such as SATS, 11+ and independent
schools entrance examinations. I have taught the full breadth of years from Yr1 through to Yr6, but the majority of my
experience has been in KS2. Before teaching, I was awarded a BA (hons) classical civilisation degree from the University
of Warwick. I am currently a curriculum leader at my school, and am also currently the art and music curriculum leader –
I have always had a love of the arts. Previously I was also the history, geography and RE curriculum leader.
My classes have always included a high percentage of children with additional needs; I pride myself in always taking the
time and effort, whether for my school class or my tutees, to make my lessons meet the needs of each individual child. I
have very high expectations for my students, but I also firmly believe that learning should be fun!
In my spare time I love to be active; you’ll find me out running, at a yoga class or up a climbing wall. I am also very
creative and love brushing up on my art skills at home, before sharing them in the classroom. I am also passionate about
languages, and am currently learning Spanish.
I have over ten years of teaching experience, including work at some of the best private schools in Oxford and
Oxfordshire, as well as tutoring BA, MA and PhD students from Oxford, Cambridge and Russell Group universities.
I am currently working towards the completion of my PhD. I am a highly educated and experienced tutor with knowledge
and expertise that reaches far beyond my subjects which means that I provide my students with comprehensive courses and
take them on an exciting life-long journey of language and culture learning. At the same time I passionately believe in
achieving one's full potential, that is why I have an impeccable track record in terms of exam grades my students have
achieved. I am experienced and confident in working with school age students to 18 (including GCSE, A Level and IB, Higher
Education students) and professionals seeking language tuition.
I am passionate about dancing, yoga and the study of history.
I have a fine art and history of art degree from Goldsmiths University of London. I also hold a Level 4 cinema and
video diploma from Escola Artística António Arroio - a specialised school for art in Lisbon, Portugal. I have represented
this school as a jury for IndieLisboa film festival and I have performed for former tutor Oreet Ashery for the Jarman
Film Award event at Whitechapel Gallery. I am prepared to tutor in art, art history and Portuguese.
My approach to tuition has at its basis an understanding of theory and practice as complementary and inherent to each
other. I believe that true learning is achieved through testing an idea or subject through different angles. Knowledge
not as information, but as a set of skills for how this information can be apprehended, understood and freely used. It
is in understanding the various ways in which something can be perceived that one truly learns, naturally a source of
great enjoyment! Therefore, tutorials should be tailored to each and every one, so getting to know the student is a
crucial step for a mutual agreement on how the lessons should run. I encourage students to allow their chosen subjects
to sink into their daily life and to focus on the specific points which seem more relevant and interesting to them, so
they will naturally apprehend concepts and ideas which make sense with their understanding of the world. I am a kind,
comprehensive and communicative person, currently a Junior Fellow for my BA course, who will be most happy to help with
these subjects, which are so meaningful to me.
My free time is usually spent around my interests - art, history, cinema, literature. My art practice is very research
based and I am mostly a performance artist. Therefore, I am usually around books, dancing or trying to get back into
Taekwondo, for which I was Portugal’s national technique champion in 2009. I speak fluent Portuguese and Intermediary
French and Spanish.
I graduated from the University of Leeds with a first-class honour in English literature, however, I am currently
completing an MA in international relations at Goldsmiths University. Over the last few years I have gained valuable
experience working in multiple agencies. My first tutoring position consisted of teaching up to five children at a time
in disadvantaged schools in Leeds. This teaching was mostly centred around the KS2 SATs preparation in for mathematics,
English, verbal and non-verbal reasoning. I then switched companies, where I taught English language and English
literature from aged 14 to university level on a one-to-one basis.
My tutoring lessons are not dictated by the same format as a classroom, and I try to create a dynamic and fun, multi-media
learning environment tailored to each student's interests and needs. International relations have developed my ability to
create critically engaging classes that stimulate students' ability to think outside the box and outside Eurocentric
curriculums. I very much focus on developing my student's voice in helping them construct well-crafted opinions and
Alongside my studies and work, I try to culturally engage with as much of the London scene as I can; whether it be going
to theatre productions, the cinema or exhibitions. I write critical reviews on what ideas I draw out of these experiences
and why I think they matter. I also speak French.
I have an undergraduate degree in history from Canterbury Christ Church University and a Masters in early modern
history from King's College London. I have experience in designing and delivering versatile and interactive programmes
of study on a variety of subjects, including history, to large groups of students aged between 12-18. As such, I am
experienced in recognising where students need the most support in their studies and I am able to ensure their needs
are properly met, so they are able to get the most out of each session and reach their full potential.
Each of my sessions are tailored to the specific needs of the student and their individual learning style, so they are
able to become more confident and comfortable in their studies. I take a transparent approach to tutoring so that each
student and parent knows what will be covered in each session, to make sure their time is being used effectively. Each
session I design comes complete with a set of objectives and outcomes that can be adjusted to suit the needs of each
individual student. This means that I can take a proactive approach to how the information is delivered to the student.
I can also help them to revise for topics in a way that meets their learning style, so they can reach their full
In my spare time I enjoy a variety of different hobbies that consist of reading, going to museums/ galleries, as well as
going to concerts. I take any opportunity I can to learn something new.
I have six years’ experience in education, four of which are working as a primary school teacher. I have worked
with many children from different backgrounds, and of different abilities between the ages of five and eleven.
I studied French and German at University College London for my undergraduate degree. I most recently completed my
Primary PGCE with specialism in mathematics. I am familiar with both the state and private sector, and can adapt to
support a variety of different needs.
I place huge importance on understanding the goals of every individual and developing the necessary steps for working
to achieve these goals. I am very approachable and I am good at building a positive rapport with my students. This
translates into a relaxed, yet focused approach in my teaching. I believe in and embody a holistic teaching approach
in the classroom focusing on the social, emotional and academic development of a child. I then translate this to my
tutoring by encouraging critical thinking, resilience and independence in learners.
I enjoy sports including running, swimming and cycling. In my spare time, I enjoy reading a wide range of books. I also
enjoy computing/coding and playing the drums. I have grown up speaking English, French and German.
I am a qualified teacher and psychologist. I have over twenty years of experience in both the primary and secondary
sectors. I have a proven track record of raising the academic attainment and sense of self-worth in the children I have
had the privilege to work with. I have a BA/BSc combined honours degree in English and psychology, a Postgraduate
Certificate in Education and an MSc in psychology. In the school setting, I specialise in English literature, English
language and psychology.
I have a commitment to child-centred, self-motivated learning. The concept of negotiation goes a long way and I focus
heavily on the preferred learning style and positive psychological requirements of every child to create the best learning
environment for the individual. I have found that when you strive to motivate the children, you can develop a solid mutual
respect which results in a purposeful and positive working relationship. The children become aware of their own learning
style and their own learning environmental needs, which encourages them to take responsibility for their own learning. This
allows children to set their own targets and, as a result, their self-esteem - along with their results - increase
I am fascinated by neuroplasticity, and I am often found with my nose in a book on the subject-its bizarrely how I relax!
I love dance and teach a form of Arabic dance-the fluidity of movement and creativity raises the serotonin levels sky high.
I also enjoy walking in nature and allowing time to meditate and be mindful in our beautiful world.
I am a fully qualified corporation tax specialist. I have completed a PhD in accounting and finance and an MSc in
finance and management at Loughborough University and a BSc in economics at the University of Piraeus. I am currently
working as a senior policy and technical advisor at the Transfer Pricing Policy team of HM Revenue & Customs. I was
previously a policy advisor at the Corporation Tax Strategy team of the Business and International Tax Group - at HM
Treasury. As a tax specialist with HM Revenue & Customs, I worked with mid-size companies from a wide range of industries
and large multinationals including global banks, stock exchanges and financial technology companies. I have experience
in working on UK, Greek and international taxation, using UK GAAP, Greek GAAP and IFRS. I have delivered tutorials to
university students in finance and professional training courses in international tax.
My approach to teaching, focuses on interactive sessions and the use of practical examples. I concentrate on actively
engaging the student to the lesson to make it a joyful learning experience. In this way I identify gaps and make sure
these are covered before moving on. I aim to concentrate on the key principles and explain their I aim to help the student
develop confidence in solving problems, as well as exam technique, and expertise in each area. Through real life examples
from the press, I transfer my enthusiasm about the commercial world to the student and thus I maintain a stimulating
I enjoy cooking, especially my famous cakes! I also play the guitar and like running and exercising. Snorkelling and
diving in the summer, and snowboarding and hiking in the winter, are also some of my favourite pursuits.
I was educated at a grammar school and then attended Oxford University, where I read for a degree in music. I also
hold diplomas from the Royal College of Music and the Royal College of Organists. I have taught in a variety of schools,
including the London Oratory School where I led one of the largest and most successful departments in the country, and at
St Paul’s School in São Paulo, Brazil. I am also active as a professional musician, conducting, playing, composing and
arranging all types of music.
My teaching style is based on the students being gently guided to find solutions independently and not just being
spoon-fed. I believe that independent thought and problem solving are an essential part of education, as are the bedding
down of positive learning habits.
As a musician I enjoy all that London has to offer in the way of the arts - opera and concerts being a regular past time.
I also enjoy food, cooking and travel.
I am a fully qualified primary teacher. I hold a Bachelor of Education from Mount Saint Vincent University, Canada, and a Bachelor of Fine Arts with a minor in ‘History of Art and Visual Culture’ from the University of British Columbia, Canada. I have seven years teaching and tutoring experience (five years in England) both in public and private independent schools. I am extremely passionate about education and children, and believe that developing and fostering a general love of learning (and its process) ignites a lifelong spark for the desire to better oneself; I aim to instil this in all my students.
My teaching style is fun and firm. I set a high standard of success for my students, but always tries to maintain a calming, joyful environment that doesn’t feel stressful. I genuinely enjoy getting to know my students, and use what I know to structure and inform my lessons. Together they create a set of goals (I set three of them and the student sets three of their own) which they aim to reach at different check points. Their goal, as a team, is to work together to build up a toolkit of methods that students can pull from at any time to enhance their problem-solving skills, strengthen confidence, and most importantly, build independence in their own success.
When I am not teaching, I can most often be found puttering away in front of my easel, or out traipsing around in search on the next great photograph. I love to be outdoors and be active. I am an avid cyclist and love to hike. The English countryside has endless adventure and beauty, and the best part, being a Canadian, is that there are no BEARS!