• Over 10 years tutoring experience, work for multiple professional London based agencies
• Studying for a Mathematics PhD at Queen Mary University of London (2019 – Present)
• Achieved Distinction grade in MSc Mathematics at King's College London (2017 - 2019)
• Completed PGCE with the University College London, Institute of Education (UCL IOE) and am a fully qualified teacher, completed NQT and worked full time as a teacher (2015 - 2017)
• Achieved 2,1 grade in MSc Theoretical Physics at King's College London (2013 - 2015)
• Achieved 2,1 grade in Physics MSci at Queen Mary University London (2009 - 2013)
• 11 GCSE, 4 A level and 2 AS level qualifications including A* in GCSE English
• I enjoy being challenged and am highly motivated
• I am passionate about quality education and very interested in all sciences and mathematics
Private Tutor – 2009 – Present
I have over ten years of tutoring experience, both in-person and online, and have taught a broad spectrum of subjects including Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, General Science, Study Skills and various entrance exams.
I have had considerable success with tutoring students for entrance exams, with students who have successfully gained entry to Westminster, Oundle, Dartford Grammar School, Dulwich College, Brighton College, Sevenoaks, City of London School and others.
My main experience is tutoring at Secondary School and College level, specialising in entrance exams, 11+, 13+, ISEB, KS3, GCSE, MYP and IB education. As well as having taught various subjects, I have taught an extensive range of students, including students with specific educational needs, students for whom English is not a first language and mature students.
Teacher - September 2015 – August 2017
I studied for my post-graduate certificate in education (PGCE) with University College London Institute of Education (UCL IOE), the world number one centre for teacher education. I then went on to work full time teaching science in an all-girls secondary comprehensive state school in South London where I successfully completed my NQT. During this time, I was both a science teacher and a form tutor. I was responsible for ensuring that the students I taught (over 400 in total) made excellent progress and developed themselves socially, emotionally and academically. As a teacher in a comprehensive school, it was essential that I was confident, continually positive, organised and self-motivated. I was in frequent and regular contact with students, parents and other members of staff, where my professional and polite manner was crucial at all times. I worked as a member of several teams of various sizes, both academic and pastoral, requiring me to be organised, communicative, meet deadlines, attend meetings and successfully work with others to promote the best outcomes for students.