Having had three personal tutors myself (for GCSE Physics, Maths and French!) I can honestly say having a personal tutor can make the world of difference.
In a safe, fun and relaxed environment, one on one, is where I learnt how I learned best. As a tutor myself, it is imperative for me to work together with the tutee in order to find out and create a learning environment where each individual can grow in confidence and achieve their full potential.
I’m a huge believer in getting out what you put in and think it’s incredibly important to find the fun in everything you do along the way. In particular, I like to draw upon my skills as a professional actor to find new interactive and creative ways to excite and enthuse students in order to bring out the best in them.
Drama Workshop leader across a range of ages.
Directing Drama School Audition Pieces.
Help reading, writing and general school work aged 5+.
Masters: ALRA (The Academy of Live Recorded Arts) MA Acting; Merit.
Degree: University of Exeter; Drama BA HONS 2:1.
School” Marlwood School; A-Level Drama (A) Fine Art (A) Psychology (A), 5 A*’s & 4 A’s GCSE.
A Level Art & Drama Prize Winner.
Selected by AQA as one the country’s top Art Students featuring in their Calendar of Excellence 2008.
At my University Graduation I tripped up on stage on the way to receive my degree and fell flat on my face! I then took a comedy bow received a standing ovation from the faculty and spectators!