Andy has been a classroom teacher since 2009. He has taught in a variety of settings including maintained, private and international bilingual schools.
5 hours available per week
Gary joins Owl Tutors with 17 years’ teaching experience. He has taught pupils aged between 8 to 13 years in both a classroom setting and through private tuition.
25 hours available per week
Rachel is a vastly experienced English and music teacher. She holds a degree and PGCE from the University of Durham in both subjects and also has been awarded the LRSM music award.
6 hours available per week
Kelly qualified as a teacher in 2006 after graduating from the Institute of Education in London. She joined a London Independent school and taught across the key stages from ages 3-13.
20 hours available per week
Sobia is one of our most experienced entrance exams tutors in Maths, English, Science, VR and NVR at 11+, 13+ and 16+ with a solid track record of success over the years. Sobia also tutors Analytical Reasoning, Critical Thinking, General papers, problem solving and interview technique.
7 hours available per week
A graduate of Cambridge University, Isabel has been a full-time professional tutor since 2016. She has taught pupils of all abilities with a diverse range of educational needs, inspiring them to fulfil their potential and to achieve excellent results at 11+, 13+, GCSE, A-Level and IB.
1 hour available per week
Claire graduated from Imperial College in 2011 with an Engineering degree and is currently in her eighth year of teaching, exam marking and tutoring mathematics. Her experience as a teacher, examiner and a tutor over the last eight years has given Claire many of the skills necessary to successfully tutor students of all ages.
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Matthew achieved a first class honours degree in Mathematics and Theology at the University of Exeter, before fulfilling his ambition of becoming a teacher, by completing a PGCE in primary teaching with modern languages at the same university. He worked at boarding schools in South India and Wiltshire, as well as teaching English as a foreign language during the holidays, before moving to a prep school in West London where he has taught for 4 years.
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In the final part of the Types of Plus preparation series Meredith describes some of the different interview questions that could come up and offers some tips to prepare for them...
In this blog the second in a series of 'Types of ' Plus preparation posts Meredith outlines a range of different creative writing prompts that can appear in the English paper and offers some useful...
In this blog post Meredith explains the different types of reading comprehension questions you can expect in the comprehension part of an entrance exam with examples and tips for answering each This is a must-read...
Francis Holland School NW1 has an admissions point at 4 Plus. This means that they assess students hoping to enter the school in Reception. We do not provide tuition for children of this age, but for some guidance on how to prepare a child for the 4 plus without a tutor, please see this blog post.
Francis Holland School NW1 has an admissions point at 11 Plus. This means that they assess students hoping to enter the school in Year 7 and offer places based on the results of this assessment.
We have a number of qualified tutors with experience of preparing students for the 11 Plus. In this section, you can find a list of tutors who have helped prepare students for this particular school, advice on the entrance exam and some useful practice papers.
Francis Holland School NW1 has an admissions point at 16 Plus. This means that they have an assessment for students hoping to enter the school in Sixth Form. Students will typically sit papers in their chosen subjects for A-Level, IB or Pre-U.
We have a number of tutors who can prepare students across the various subjects tested at 16 Plus and further advice on the entrance exam can be found in this section.