I am a first year at the London School of Economics, studying Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method. I went to school at Wycombe Abbey, where I learnt the best way to prepare for exams and get the best results. I've been tutoring teenagers for over a year. Mainly I've taught 12/13 year olds, but I've also taught GCSE level Maths, English and French. I like to structure lessons uniquely because every child learns in a different way. I have worked with parents and children who like to have a strong and clear structure to each lesson, but I have also helped children who respond well to a more relaxed environment. Although I have no specific tutoring training, I am a trained ski instructor (Level 2 BASI), so have been trained in teaching more generally and these skills are easily transferrable to tutoring. I love teaching, as I had the privilege of going to a very good school, and I see tutoring as an opportunity to pass on the skills that I learnt there.
|London School of Economics and Political Sciences||Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method||BSc|
In the past year I have mainly helped children prepare for exams. I helped two girls through maths GCSE, both exceeding their expectations with B level grades. I have also tutored a boy for 13+ common entrance for Maths, French and English, he is now at the boarding school Harrow. Additionally, I helped two students to prepare for GCSE English. They have not yet taken the exam. I taught each of these children for about 2-6 hours per week, over the course of about 7 months. I stopped teaching them when I moved away from home to university.