James received a 1st class degree in English from the University of Liverpool. Subsequently, he cycled 15,000 miles around the world, raising £10,000 for Breakthrough Breast Cancer in the process.
12 hours available per week
Tom studied Physics at Imperial College, graduating in 2003 and going on to work as a Project Manager at Defra. In 2006 he took a job tutoring in order to better utilise the knowledge gained from his degree, and quickly found that he was enjoying this far more than his day job.
6 hours available per week
Mark graduated with a first class Masters of Engineering from Trinity College, Oxford. He has been a qualified secondary school teacher for 10 years, specialising in Physics, Science and Maths.
5 hours available per week
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"Ria has worked with both our children to prepare them for various Common Entrance exams in the UK. She is an experienced primary school teacher with a deep understanding of the skills needed both to pass a variety of 11+ exams and to prepare students for their secondary school education. Ria goes above and beyond to curate and share resources - not just setting homework but deepening our understanding of how material is taught as well as examined. Ria built a great rapport with the children - ensuring they looked forward to their lessons with her and trust her tactics. She helped ensure they well prepared and felt confident. Ria took time after every session to extensively debrief with us as parents and provide detailed suggestions."
Local authority: Barnet
School's Unique Reference Number (URN): 131288
Age range: 14 to 18
6-10 Brentmead Place