After graduating with a BSc Psychology(2:1) from Cardiff, Ruth has taught in various selective independent schools in North London, including four years as a Year 6 teacher at St Albans High School for Girls. She has a wealth of experience in preparation for entrance exams, including English, Verbal and Non verbal reasoning and Maths.
Graham attended The Haberdashers' Aske's School, before going on to read Italian and English Literature at Edinburgh University, where he graduated with an Upper Second. After teaching English in Greece, Graham took his Postgraduate Certificate of Education (Secondary English and Drama) at Cambridge University.
Jonathan obtained his Master's degree in Theoretical Physics from the University of Birmingham in 2015, after being admitted with a scholarship for academic excellence at A-Level in 2011 (AAA).
After graduating he completed the Teach First graduate program and has taught in schools for three years, for both GCSE and A-Level.
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"Ally quickly got to the heart of the matter - creative writing - so the bulk of her work was in this area.
Ally took our son from a standing start to a fluent essay writer, providing guidance on types of writing, structure and planning. She was kind flexible and patient when dealing with a some time less than enthusiastic student.
We were delighted when our son was offered a place at MCS which we have taken up. Without Ally this may not have happened."