I have been tutoring since January 2019 and have loved every minute of it, working with secondary school students ranging from Year 7 to Year 13 for Maths and Science up to GCSE and Maths and Physics at A-Level. I have helped students get the grades they need to study what they want at Sixth Form and at University, and I have helped students rediscover an interest in Maths and Science. I have even worked with an undergraduate student to help him catch up with his Python coursework and get it submitted on time. On top of my tutoring I also run several after school clubs and holiday camps on the themes of Games, Coding and Robotics, so have had plenty of experience in working with children of all ages.
Subjects I teach
Maths (KS3, GCSE, A-Level)
Sciences (KS3, GCSE)
Coding (Various Languages/Frameworks)
After leaving Trinity School with A-Levels in Maths, Physics and French (AAA) and having been a prefect during my final year I started at University College London where I received my degree in Physics as well as being elected as Workshop Co-Ordinator in the Drama Society.
My Passion And How I Inspire
I vividly remember visiting the Science Museum with my Dad when I was growing up and staring up at the huge model of the Lunar Lander. I then started really enjoying Science at school when I realised that brilliant stories such as landing on the moon, discovering penicillin, or even the battle over the discovery of calculus, all came about through science, logic and calculation.
I then found that as I explained things to other people, my understanding of the subjects deepened. Moreover, seeing students getting excited about science, and succeeding in it was brilliant, so I started tutoring.
I try to bring that interest in the subject into my lessons. I hope that when the students see how fascinated I am in the little details, in beautiful equations, fascinating graphs, surprising results, they too will start to take interest in the same things.
My video Introduction
I played Squash for my university and reached two London Cup semi-finals and was in the semi-final for the plate competition of the BUCS National Squash Championships!