I volunteered English and Maths to students in a primary school in my final year at school and also taught both English and French to a broad range of international students during my time at university with different emphases according to different needs.
Subjects I teach
French, German, History to A-level
Latin, Maths, English to GCSE
Top modular grade in the year (82) for “Imperial Germany” for 5,000-word piece on paradoxical identity of Jews in 19th century Germany
Consistent first-class honours in French Oral examinations (awarded across final three years)
Bachelor in French and German – Upper Second Class (68)
History, French, Theology (A*, D3, A)
House Captain of Games – in charge of organizing all sport and meetings for the house
My Passion And How I Inspire
My approach to tuition revolves around two things: clear, manageable targets and enjoyment of learning. I try to help my pupils see the bigger picture and identify their own way of enjoying the subject, whether that be simply improving at something you thought you were bad at or combining different intellectual passions and interests. I myself, however, never lose sight of the bigger picture either. I place a lot of emphasis on past papers and repeatedly targeting recurring weaknesses. In order to maximize one’s chances in an exam, it is essential to know what the examiner wants. Needless to say, there is no substitute for practice. I push all my pupils to try and get the best out of themselves as I have always tried to do in my own academic career.
My video Introduction
I love quizzes and know all the capitals in the world