- 11+/13+ English/Maths/Verbal Reasoning/Non-Verbal Reasoning
- GCSE/IGCSE History
- GCSE/IGCSE Mathematics
- GCSE/IGCSE French
- GCSE/IGCSE English
- A-Level/IB History
- A-Level/IB Sociology
In 2014, I worked as a clerical checker for OCR and Edexcel, giving me familiarity with exam boards. In 2015, I worked as a teaching assistant in an adult education GCSE Maths classroom with Aspire Sussex. Then, in 2017, I worked as a teaching assistant for the Downing Keio Summer School. I assisted in English language classes, held my own International Relations workshops and gave pastoral and one-on-one educational support to students.
After graduating, I started tutoring privately in October 2017. My experience includes:
- 2 students so far, covering VR and NVR, as well as English comprehension and writing.
English Literature and Language
- 15 students so far, ranging from KS2 to A Level
- 3 students so far, ranging from KS3 to A Level
- Particular areas of expertise include: Russia; England; the US; Argentina; China; and Japan
- 6 A Level students
- 15 Oxbridge mock interview students
- 4 students so far, all beginner or intermediate level
Across all students I have seen significant improvements, not only in grades, but in comprehension and connection with their subject.
My name is Elizabeth Campbell and I have been working as a private tutor for almost five years. I graduated from the University of Cambridge in 2017 and have since been tutoring, often alongside other employment. I studied Japanese and Sociology and worked on many student plays and short films in my spare time. Before university, I studied the International Baccalaureate, with Film, History and French as my High Level subjects and Biology, Maths and English as my Standard Level subjects. I am very passionate about helping students achieve their goals through tutoring, so I am excited for the opportunity to work with Keystone as it will allow me to tutor full time.
I adapt my style to each individual student, quickly identifying what they need and how best to communicate with them. My resources are made by myself and I alter them for each student, so every lesson is tailored around them. I particularly enjoy getting to know the student and moulding the subject around their interests.
What I do when I am not tutoring
In my spare time, I enjoy films, art and literature. I am often going to the cinema or to a new exhibition and I always make sure I have my next book lined up. I live in Walthamstow, London, but often travel up to Cambridge to see friends and visit the city.
''Very knowledgeable and friendly. Able to explain concepts clearly. Enthusiasm for the subject has grown.''
''It was great to have a few Japanese lessons with Liz. She is a great tutor and explained a lot of things very clearly to me. Highly recommend if anyone wants to learn some Japanese.''
''Amazing lessons, super flexible and genuinely interested in teaching her students. Could not recommend more!''
''Liz started tutoring my son a few months ago, to give him a little boost for his GCSE`s. My son continues to make important progress and enjoys his lessons. I would definitely recommend!''