Established in 2007, Keystone Tutors is one of the UK’s leading private tutoring organisations. Here is a sample of the GCSE Economics tutors that we represent. They are predominantly based in London and work online with families based outside of London or overseas.
Sean studied Politics, Philosophy, and Economics at Durham University where he subsequently completed a Masters of Science in Global Politics. Sean has tutored since 2019 and has a real passion for education, learning and teaching.
Trudi is a Maths and Business tutor with a background in accountancy. Her gentle and supportive approach encourages students and really helps boost their confidence in their subjects and skills.
Josh joined Keystone in 2012 but has been teaching and tutoring for over a decade. He is one of our most experienced Economics and History tutors and has completed over 3,500 hours of lessons with us.
John is a qualified Economics teacher who tutors alongside working in a top UK Independent School. He has a passion for his subject and often incorporates contemporary and real-world topics into his lessons to bring it to life.
Daniel is an experienced tutor and a Cambridge graduate. He has a stellar academic record and is currently completing a PhD at King's College London.
Tom graduated from Durham University with a first class Politics, Economics and Philosophy degree. He then studied for an MA in International Development at Sciences Po, Paris. He is highly intelligent and engaging and this is reflected in his lessons.
Tom is a qualified Maths teacher with a degree in Economics as well as a Masters in Philosophy and Political Theory. He aims to build confidence using a tailored approach for each of his students.
Alex is an experienced tutor with a stellar academic record. His passion lies in Economics and Business, as well as preparing students for top universities. Alex enjoys helping students to reach their potential.
Tomas tutors English, Spanish, Business Studies, History and Philosophy at GCSE, A Level and IB. He uses real life examples in his tutoring, in order to help his students apply concepts that they have learnt. His approach is through and methodical.
"Daniel's teaching and coaching has helped [our son] immensely. He breaks the subject down and explains the methodology to a level [our son] understands. This empathy and knowledge is impressive and Daniel's skill is in tutoring [our son] to a level where he now has the confidence to tackle his GCSEs positively. I have no hesitation in recommending Daniel"Mother of GCSE student
"Jacob was a great help with Economics. He made the concepts very clear and I gained a place at Monkton Senior School. I very much recommend him"16+ applicant
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