Jennie has been a teacher and private tutor for over 30 years and has spent the last 10 years specialising in school entry preparation. She herself was privately educated at The Manor Preparatory School, St Helens and St Katherine School and Oxford High School, after which she went to Oxford University.
5 hours 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.
2 hours available per week
Sinead started her teaching career in 1999 after having completed a postgraduate degree in Primary school teaching from D.C.
5 hours available per week
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Francis Holland School SW1 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 SW1 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 SW1 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.
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Local authority: City of Westminster
School's Unique Reference Number (URN): 101158
Age range: 4 to 18
0020 7730 2971
35 Bourne St