I have experience teaching students from around the world and from different walks of life – from university students in Thailand to adults preparing to volunteer overseas. I have taught in one-to-one, small group and larger classroom settings, and have been involved in working with young people for 10 years. As a current masters’ student at UCL, I am particularly tuned in to exam and essay technique, as well as the current trends in psychological research.
Subjects I teach
Psychology Undergraduate – specifically developmental psychology and statistics, as well as exam preparation and essay writing
Personal Statement writing
GCSE’s, The Fitzwimarc School, Rayleigh – 9A*s & 3As
A Levels, Westcliff High School for Girls – Psychology (A*), Biology (A), Maths (B) & German (B)
BSc Psychology, University of Southampton – first class honours
Currently studying for an MSc in Developmental Psychology and Clinical Practice, UCL
My International Placements
My Passion And How I Inspire
I love the subject of psychology and I want to help others love it too! My passion for psychology first began when I was 17 and I volunteered with a charity that supported children with special needs. I saw the difference that psychology can make in everyday life, which motivated me to begin studying psychology at A-level and then onto degree level.
My approach to tutoring is collaborative and fun, aiming to work with the client and their parents to focus on what’s most helpful for them, making the lessons engaging and interactive. I believe that if you enjoy what you’re learning, you’re more likely to excel! I hope that my passion for psychology and my depth of knowledge will inspire you as you study this fascinating subject.
My video Introduction
I spent a year volunteering in Thailand.