Alice is an Oxford-educated tutor who has taught over 6,400 hours through Keystone with more than 300 families. Her independent sector teaching experience enables her to provide a high level of support to her tutees.
Oli is an experienced tutor and a Cambridge graduate with a first class degree. He joined Keystone in 2010 and has tutored over 4,300 hours helping across the age range.
Prior to joining Keystone in 2015, Andy was an academic at Cambridge University (where he also graduated with a double first in English). He is passionate about the arts and is an experienced tutor in English, Philosophy, Religious Studies and academic writing skills. He has taught over 4,100 hours with Keystone and helped over 160 families.
Jack is a conscientious and dedicated tutor who has vast experience across the exam boards for both English and History. Alongside his tutoring he is working to establish himself as a comedy writer.
Anna works as a Learning Technologist (in the Centre for Teaching and Learning) at the University of Oxford. She is an experienced tutor and is passionate about making language and literature studies accessible and enjoyable for children aged 8 to 18.
Imogen is a Cambridge graduate and aspiring author. She has been teaching and tutoring since 2010. She is motivating and supportive and helps her students to flourish academically.
Benedict is an engaging and inspiring English tutor with outstanding references. He has considerable teaching experience, including 3 years at Dulwich College where he taught Years 9 and 10, GCSE and A Level.
Ben is passionate about English. Prior to joining Keystone he taught English at Oxford University. His sensitive and resourceful approach to tutoring allow him to provide an excellent level of support to his students.
"Imogen is an wonderful tutor - she always gives 100% and more. But most importantly her knowledge and insights into all the texts she teaches are always exceptional. She is gifted and we have been very lucky as a family to benefit from all that she has to offer. Imogen is outstanding and anyone who gets her as their tutor is super lucky!"Mother of ELAT and A Level English student
"My daughter has just completed some ELAT & interview sessions with Cal Revely-Calder and happily, received an offer to do English Literature Oxford. Cal was great - very thorough and my daughter very much enjoyed her sessions with him. She said his interview practice was very similar in feel and structure to the two interviews she had at Oxford."Mother of Oxford English candidate
Preparing for English Literature Admissions Test (ELAT)
The English Literature Admissions Test needn’t be terrifying. In fact, it is simply testing a couple of skills that you’ve been cultivating since at least your GCSEs, and probably well before that: the skill of reading slowly, closely, and creatively, and the skill of writing with clarity, purpose, and insight. The ELAT is designed so that you can do well in it regardless of your prior knowledge. This isn’t an exam where you’ll show off how much you know.
Top Tips For Oxbridge Interviews - English at Oxford
Rory Maybery, Keystone Professional Tutor and English graduate from Lincoln College, Oxford discusses his interview with Keystone founder, Will Orr-Ewing. Rory shares his experiences of the final month of preparation before his interview. He talks about the benefits of practice interviews; what to read ahead of your interview; as well as how to approach the interview process itself.
Webinar: Why Home-Schooling – a Webinar to Discuss the ins and outs of Home-Schooling
Why Home-Schooling – a Webinar to Discuss the ins and outs of Home-Schooling and the Keystone Process. Keystone Director of Education, Ed Richardson and Client Manager, Poppy Dundas, will be joined by Andy Thompson, Education Consultant and Director of Oxford Myrtle. Andy looks after a number of families who are home-schooling their children for a variety of reasons.
Webinar: Pastoral care in the modern boarding school – what this pandemic has taught us?
Keystone Director of Education, Ed Richardson will be joined by Tom Lawson, Headteacher of Eastbourne College and Sid Inglis, Headteacher of Elstree School to discuss pastoral care in the modern boarding school and what this pandemic has taught us.