Sobia is one of our most experienced entrance exams tutors who tutors in Maths, English, Science, VR and NVR at 11+ and 13+. She has a solid track record of success over the years, reflected in voluminous parental and student feedback and testimonials.
15 hours available per week
Rachel has been a Primary School teacher for the past 20 years with a wealth of experience.
She worked as a EYFS/Year 1 Teacher at Northbridge House Pre Prep in Hampstead for 10 years and has been tutoring children individually, specifically preparing children for the 7+ with consistently good results.
20 hours available per week
Jennifer is an experienced Primary practitioner with a student centred approach to tuition which involves creating curiosity for the subject as well as building pupils' confidence in order to achieve success. Jennifer believes in discussing progress with the student at regular intervals to identify misconceptions and next steps and thereby allowing students to take charge of their own learning.
1 hour 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
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.
1 hour available per week
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.
30 hours available per week
Judith graduated from the University of Strathclyde in 2012 with a first class degree in Primary Education. She has vast experience of planning within the National curriculum and has had her teaching rated as “Outstanding” class teacher.
12 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
Maud is a current English GCSE Examiner for both Language and Literature and a full-time Secondary School Teacher of English up to A-Level. She is also Head of Literacy in her school, a UCAS Advisor and a KCL Kings Ambassador 2017/18.
8 hours available per week
Baxter has recently taught maths at The Crest Academy in Brent for four years and has enjoyed being part of the development and positive change within his school. He completed the Teach First Leadership Development programme having graduated with a 2:1 in Physics and Philosophy in 2013; and has worked his way through leadership positions at the school.
5 hours available per week
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North London Collegiate School 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.
North London Collegiate School has an admissions point at 7 Plus. This means that they assess students hoping to enter the school in Year 3 and offer places based on the results of this assessment.
We have a number of qualified tutors with experience of preparing students for the 7 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.
North London Collegiate School 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.
North London Collegiate School 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.