Established in 2007, Keystone Tutors is one of the UK’s leading private tutoring organisations. Here is a sample of the IGCSE Classical (Ancient) Greek tutors that we represent. They are predominantly based in London and work online with families based outside of London or overseas.
Olly is an Oxford graduate and experienced tutor. He has a real passion for teaching as well as for writing, theatre and sport.
Michael studied Classics at Oxford and subsequently completed his MA in Comparative Literature at UCL. Outside of tutoring, Michael is a keen writer and a thespian at heart.
Keren is an Oxford University graduate and qualified teacher with a wealth of tutoring experience. She joined Keystone in 2009 and has taught over 2,700 hours. Keren specialises in teaching classics and English to all ages as well as 11+/13+ English and Maths.
Dhananjay is a Cambridge graduate and a gifted linguist. He teaches from the 11+ - university level. He is currently a full-time tutor.
Simon is a very experienced Teacher and Oxford graduate. He is a Classics specialist and also writes his own materials.
Philip is a professional novelist and tutor with particular expertise in English and Classics. With over 9 years of tutoring experience, Philip is well placed to offer support and guidance to his tutees.
Charlie brings a range of educational experiences to his tutoring. We were particularly impressed at interview by his energy and enthusiasm for the subjects he teaches.
"Alexa is absolutely brilliant and my daughter has made definite progress in the subject. Alexa is thorough, professional, kind and an excellent explainer. My daughter looks very forward to her lessons and enjoys them."Mother of A Level student
"We found Michael to be an outstanding, warm and very effective tutor. Our son was predicted a B in Latin A-Level, which would have stopped him from getting into his first choice of university. Michael not only got him up to an A, but managed to get him up to an A*. His teacher was thrilled, and quite astonished."Mother of an A-Level Latin student
Oxford Classics Admission Test (CAT)
This guide is for anyone applying to sit Classics or any combination involving Classics at the University of Oxford. In the sections below you can find out if you need to sit the test and how you go about doing that. There is also some advice on how best to prepare for the test and how important the test will be to your application to study at Oxford.
What is the difference between IGCSE and GCSE?
GCSE and IGCSE are certainly very similar. Both qualifications are at the same level: they are designed to test the completion of the UK National Curriculum's "Key Stage 4". They are usually sat at the end of UK Year 11, in the year a student becomes 16. They have no age restriction, though - and have been sat by many students younger and older. By most higher education institutions and employers, they are seen as equivalent qualifications.
Webinar: Preparing for the 11+ & Computerised Pre-Tests
Keystone's Founder and Director, Will Orr-Ewing, are joined by our Director of Education, Ed Richardson, and Harriet Blomefield, Keystone’s Head of Consultancy to discuss the 11+.
Webinar: 21st Century Schooling
Keystone's Founder and Director, Will Orr-Ewing, will be delving into new forms of schooling for the 21st Century. Will will be joined by guest speakers, Jonathan Noakes, who is Head of Teaching & Learning at Eton College and Sam Rogerson, Co-Founder and Head of Lexicon School.