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.