Over the course of the 2014/15 academic year I taught at North Leamington School, working as an assistant teaching mathematics at year 7 to GCSE level. In 2014, I worked with a student to prepare her for 11+ examinations and successfully helped her to be accepted to Haberdashers’ Aske’s School for Girls. In 2017, I tutored the same student and helped her to achieve top grades in her science and mathematics GCSEs. In 2018, I worked as a project manager in the research division of UK-wide education charity Ambition School Leadership, liaising with head teachers and education leaders from across the country on best practice and cutting edge teaching techniques.
Subjects I teach
Maths (GCSE, Common Entrance, 13+, 11+)
Physics, Chemistry, Biology (up to GCSE)
Politics (up to A-Level)
Philosophy (up to A-Level)
English (up to GCSE)
60% St. Paul’s School Academic Scholarship
European Winner of JA-YE Young Enterprise Business competition, came top out of 30,000 teams
1st Class Degree in Politics, Philosophy and Economics (BA), University of Warwick
Editor and Head of Marketing at Warwick Globalist Magazine
History (A*) Physics (A*) and Mathematics (A*) – St. Paul’s School, Barnes
History (A) Physics (A) Maths, Further Maths (A), French (A) – St. Paul’s School, Barnes
My Passion And How I Inspire
Achieving the highest possible grades is at the centre of my approach, so quickly identifying weaknesses and working on them with guided practice and the use of past papers will be my focus. I have the highest expectations for myself and my students, but I also understand the process of learning requires time, patience and an element of enjoyment. I want my students to be motivated by our positive relationship.
I take a freezing cold shower every morning as soon as I wake up to boost my energy and get me ready for the day!