Grace studied Natural Sciences at Durham before embarking upon a MSc in Neuroscience at King’s College London. Grace has taught over 1,100 hours and helped 50 Keystone families. She has a passion for Maths and Science and strives to create a teaching environment where pupils feel able to ask questions and be themselves.
Grace is a professional Keystone tutor. This means Grace:
We believe these factors combine to make a unique difference to the level of commitment we can assure, as well as the quality of teaching that our professional tutors offer.
Primarily Teaches: GCSE Biology, GCSE Chemistry, GCSE Maths
Also teaches: 11+ English, 11+ Maths, GCSE Physics, AS/A Level Biology, AS/A Level Further Maths, AS/A Level Maths, Undergraduate & Graduate Biology bioscience
- Key Stage 2 Maths
- Key stage 3 Maths
- 11+ Entrance
- GCSE Maths (AQA, Edexcel, OCR)
- GCSE Biology (AQA, Edexcel, OCR)
- GCSE Chemistry (AQA, Edexcel, OCR)
- GCSE Physics (AQA, Edexcel, OCR)
- A Level Mathematics (AQA, Edexcel)
- A Level Biology (AQA, Edexcel, OCR)
- 11+ Maths and English training with Keystone
I have over 5 years' experience tutoring Maths and Science from KS2 to A Level - covering the National Curriculum and AQA, OCR and Edexcel exam boards, and have helped pupils with their 11+ entry to schools such as Whitgift, Harrow and Eton. I have home-schooled pupils in Maths and Science at KS3 and GCSE, undertaken pro bono work at Godolphin and Latymer helping prepare pupils for their Maths 11+ through The Bridge programme, and have also run GCSE Biology revision courses. I have helped pupils feel comfortable with daunting transitions such as between primary and secondary school, and from secondary school into 6th form. I took part in the “Science into Schools” programme at Durham University, teaching Year 6 Science at a local primary school. I was also a Nursery practitioner for two years, helping pre-schoolers learn to read and write, introducing Numeracy and Science.
I have just finished an MSc MSc in Neuroscience at King’s College London and was awarded Distinction, and the Henry McIlwain Best Poster Award. I graduated Durham University with a 2:1 in Natural Sciences (Mathematics and Biology).
I grew up on the south coast in a tiny village in Hampshire and went to Sherborne Girls School where I achieved 9A* and 1A at GCSE; A*AA in A Level Maths, Further Maths and Chemistry respectively. I took AS Level French and Classical Civilisation and was awarded a 6th form academic scholarship.
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I aim to improve pupils’ confidence in their own abilities to help make STEM subjects seem much less daunting. I strive to create an environment where pupils feel able to ask questions and be themselves. My online tutorials make the most of interactive online whiteboards and quizzes, so pupils can engage with the content in the same way as they would in person. In both scenarios I tailor tutorials to each individual student’s needs, helping them find their own passion and enjoyment in the subject.
I love acting – I completed LAMDA to Grade 8 at school and have been in productions in the West End. I enjoy finding new places to eat and am always trying to become a better cook. I played lacrosse throughout both school and university.
To be honest, it is the most professionally conducted tutoring team that we have ever encountered. My daughter really enjoys her sessions with Grace and I believe is making good progress towards her ultimate objective of securing a Grade 9 in her GCSE results. My daughter's feedback is that Grace is friendly, responsive, accommodating and just lovely. Moreover, she is extremely clear, helpful and a talented tutor/teacher.
"My daughter told me that Grace is her favourite Chemistry tutor so far - and she also likes the others as well, so Grace must be very good! She particularly liked how Grace asked her to solve lots of questions on her own, to make sure that she understood the material." (Mother of year 9 pupil)
“Grace is an excellent tutor with an impressive ability to develop a trusted connection with both of us (parent and student). She is very knowledgeable, supportive, and encouraging. My daughter has gained confidence since working with Grace. Highly recommend!” (Mother of GCSE Science pupil)
“Grace always helps me so much and I have improved in Maths a lot since starting with her!” (KS3 Maths pupil)
“You have been my most favourite tutor ever! I really wish you well in the future and it will be so hard to find a tutor as brilliant as you!” (KS3 Maths pupil)
''My daughter loves her lessons with you and she is gaining more confidence with Maths, especially when she did so well in her test (that has never happened before).'' (Mother of KS3 Maths pupil)
“Great science and maths lessons each week with Grace. Keeping my daughter on track during these strange times.” (Mother of GCSE Maths and Science pupil)
“My daughter is enjoying her maths and science lessons with Grace. Always very well prepared and explanations easy to follow and understand.” (Mother of GCSE Maths and Science pupil)
“1st lesson today and my son is already feeling happier and more confident. Brilliant” (Mother of GCSE Science pupil)
“She really helps my daughter in Maths, and she taught amazing methods.” (Mother of KS3 Maths pupil)
''Grace, you are an excellent tutor! Thanks for all you are doing to help my daughter understand some difficult concepts at a time when schools are also struggling to keep up!'' (Mother of GCSE Maths pupil)
''[Pupil] did exceptionally well, much better than she thought. She was absolutely elated with her combined sciences! And once again, thank you so much for your support in such a brilliant achievement, you certainly helped her to get there. She will have no problem in moving on to 6th Form in September.'' (Mother of GCSE Science pupil)
“First lesson was great she was very understanding, and she is great at explaining things in a way I can understand.” (GCSE Science pupil)
“Amazing teacher” (GCSE Science pupil)
“I learnt that science is always fun” (Year 6 Science pupil)