I am very enthusiastic about all facets of education which is paralleled by an extensive work and volunteering portfolio – notably, work and experience within IT (as a technician alongside website design & development), chemistry, dentistry, and phlebotomy, and volunteering with the British Red Cross, University halls of residence as an international and technical representative, and as a journalist (Epigram). I am a recipient of a group award (The Queen's Award for Voluntary Service), individually attained the Bristol PLUS award, and historically, at school, I was a member of the National Academy for Gifted and Talented Youth and passed the World Class Tests at distinction level. My current hobbies include climbing and hiking in the Italian Alps whenever I have the opportunity, as well as learning the Italian language. I also like to keep fit by going to the gym and occasionally cycling on and off road.
|University of Bristol||Biomedical science||Neuroscience|
|University of Birmingham||Chemistry||Chemistry|
I have three years of tutoring experience spanning from GCSE up to and including master's level (Fairfield High School, Solihull College, & University of Birmingham). I have also held a project coordinator role, whereby I was responsible for the structuring of an educational scientific programme, as well as instructing & working with other tutors who were members of various undergraduate scientific disciplines (medicine, geography, mathematics, etc.).