I have been tutoring students for about four years whilst completing academic research of my own. I am currently working towards my PhD at Oxford University in contemporary British art. I have experience with students from primary school to university age across a range of syllabi. I am able to help with academic writing, consolidation of course content and exam technique.
“I can’t thank Bea enough for her time, I was over the moon when I opened my results” – Robert Wallace (BA student, Central Saint Martins, 2015)
“I just wanted to let you know Martha received a first (72%) for her dissertation on the decline of Marie Antoinette! We’re really thrilled for her and wanted to thank you for your valuable help and support.”
Subjects I teach
History of Art
> Oxford University
PhD Contemporary Art Theory (current)
Contemporary British Art
> Oxford University
MSt History of Art and Visual Cultures
Dissertation ranked 1st in class of 20 students
French Modernism, Art Theory
> The Courtauld Institute of Art, London
BA History of Art (1st Class Honours)
Law Society President
Russian and East European Art, British Art, High Renaissance, Art Theory
> Richmond School
A-Levels: History, Fine Art, Religious Studies (AAA)
My Passion And How I Inspire
My approach to tutoring is very similar to the way in which I study myself. I will follow the mark scheme and course content carefully for optimum success in exams. Second to this, I encourage wider reading and discussion to consolidate an understanding of the course content used in class. With exam revision I remind students to identify relevant and irrelevant factors and to break their revision down into memorable bullet points. With coursework essays I remind students to consider their writing against what is asked of them in the mark scheme, ensuring that they fulfil all criteria for the top mark bracket.
I’m going to sail all the way from the UK to the Mediterranean sea during the summer!