Subjects I teach

Latin up to A-Level/IB
History up to A-Level/IB
Classical Civilisation up to A-Level/IB

My Experience

I have extensive experience as a private tutor, having helped over 50 students from all over the world. I specialise in History and the Classics and have experience helping students of all ages and levels.

I have had success preparing younger students for the Common Entrance exams, both at 11+ and 13+. I have helped students successfully gain entry to schools such as Haberdashers’ Aske’s, Westminster and King’s College School Wimbledon.

With older students, I have plenty of experience preparing students for GCSEs and A Levels. I am extremely well acquainted with all the different exam boards across the subjects that I teach. Alongside preparation for their A Level exams I have also successfully helped students with Oxbridge entrance exams and interview preparation.

As well as this, I have worked with students who were pursuing Latin and Classics outside of school, whether as an extra A Level or as a mature student. I have also helped students who were being homeschooled. Moreover, I have volunteered as a Latin teacher, allowing schools to offer Latin classes that would not normally be able to.

My Qualifications

9 A* Grades and 3 A grades at GCSE
History A Level, A*
Latin A Level, A
Classical Civilisation A Level, A
Economics A Level, A
Current Fourth Year Student at UCL, Predicted First Class Honours
Winner of the Sessional Prize for Classics from UCL

My Approach to Private Tuition

Every student is an individual and has their own unique way of learning. It is one of the benefits of private tuition that I am able to tailor each of my lessons to the particulars strengths and weaknesses of a student. Each course of private tuition should be bespoke, whether a student needs to be pushed to excel, or needs their confidence to be built a little, I firmly believe it is the job of the private tutor to incorporate the student’s individual needs into each of their lessons.

However, there are some general principles that I apply. Firstly, learning should be fun! I consider it my job to pass on all the enthusiasm that I have for the subjects that I teach to the students. Not only can this engender a lifelong love of the subject, it also makes the process of learning fun, which in turn leads to better results.

Secondly, I foster an informal atmosphere, encouraging students to ask questions. I find that this is the best way to show students exactly how much they are capable of without the pressure of the normal classroom environment.

Finally, I believe firmly in teaching proper exam technique. The process of learning is vital, but so is the result and I am entirely focused on helping each student perform to the maximum of their potential on the day of the exam.

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Fun fact

You are as likely to find me in the boxing ring as in the library. I have competed many times, including at the York Hall, the home of British boxing!

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