Established in 2007, Keystone Tutors is one of the UK’s leading private tutoring organisations. Here is a sample of the IGCSE Classical Civilisation tutors that we represent. They are predominantly based in London and work online with families based outside of London or overseas.
Madeleine is an Oxford graduate and a writer. She tutors across the age range and has experience supporting a wide range of learning styles. Madeleine has taught over 1,300 hours through Keystone.
Keren is an Oxford University graduate and qualified teacher with a wealth of tutoring experience. She joined Keystone in 2009 and has taught over 3,100 hours. Keren specialises in teaching Classics and English to all ages as well as 11+/13+ English and Maths.
"My daughter got an A* thanks to the blissfully wonderful Alexa. She is the most brilliant teacher – she enjoyed every minute of working with her. Alexa gave her confidence and inspired her and increased her love of the subject. I only hope she stays tutoring long enough to help our youngest when the time comes."Mother of A Level student
"I am glad it is now over, but I think a little piece of me will be sad not to have a daily dose of mental stimulation every morning, or having my spirits perked up by such a great teacher. As I've told you before, I most certainly want to go into teaching later in life, and you should know that you have played a big part in making that wish stronger! If I can have the same effect on a student as you have with me, then I will count myself a lucky man!"A Level Latin student
What is the difference between IGCSE and GCSE?
What are GCSEs and IGCSEs? The General Certificate in Secondary Education or GCSE is a subject-based academic qualification taken by students in the UK at the end of their compulsory education in Year 11 (age 16). They are typically studied over a 2 or 3 year period, starting in either Year 9 or 10 depending on the subject, exam board or school and finish with a set of examinations at the end of the course.
Top Tips for GCSE (and iGCSE) Exam Technique
Some of the most common mistakes that Keystone’s tutors see relate to exam technique. So many marks are lost by students who have not read the question properly and answer the question they thought they read, or wanted to read.
Webinar: Applying to universities outside of the UK and US
Keystone's Head of Consultancy, Harriet Blomefield, was joined by David Hawkins, Founder of the University Guys, to discuss their tops tips on applying to universities outside of the UK and US.
Webinar: US University Applications - Q & A with a US Specialist
For this event Keystone's Head of Consultancy, Harriet Blomefield, was joined by David Feinburg, an experienced US advisor, to discuss university applications.