Subjects I teach
Undergraduate Law including LNAT/Oxbridge Exam for entry to Law Schools
English (up to GCSE)
I ran a homework club for the Junior members of my rowing club which allowed the children to complete their homework before commencing training and for them to ask for help they might not have access to at home.
I worked as a nanny for two families whilst at university which included assisting with homework and encouraging French conversation.
Current scholar to the Honorable Society of Lincolns, in training for a career as a barrister.
Masters: University of Oxford: Social Policy Evaluation
Undergraduate: University of Reading + Université de Lorraine: Law and French (First Class Honours, Awarded Highest Dissertation Mark 85%)
A-levels: Castell Alun High School, North Wales (2010): French (A) English Literature (A) History (A)
My Approach to Private Tuition
As an individual, I am enthusiastic, determined and a real ‘people person’. Having sat exams every year for the past 8 years, and continuing to do so I feel I am immersed in the challenges of modern academia and this will serve as a real advantage in my approach to my tutees. I think different approaches are required depending on the subject and level so should be adapted accordingly.
Languages and Arts, I believe asserting a real energy into learning to ensure that tutees have a long lasting understanding of the language skills they gain.
Law – To work with my tutees in a way that allows them to feel confident for exams. This might be achieved in different ways for different people but there would generally be a big emphasis on confidence in exam technique. Which, in my view, is a skill that with real long-term value for success in the legal domain.
My video Introduction
Earlier this year, I rowed in the 2-seat for the winning Oxford University crew in the Oxford-Cambridge Boat Race!