11 Plus (English, Maths, Verbal Reasoning, Non-Verbal Reasoning and Science)
English (KS1 and KS2)
Maths (KS1 and KS2)
Science (KS1 and KS2)
Rosie has worked with children aiming to attend the following schools:
Rosie can prepare students for all components of the entrance exams: Numeracy, Literacy, Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning and Interview preparation.
Rosie is an enthusiastic, creative teacher with a primary PGCE and qualified teacher status. Her focus is on building children's confidence and enjoyment of learning in order to help them succeed.
Since qualifying, Rosie has worked as a class teacher across a range of year groups. Her experience includes teaching phonics, early reading, all subjects across the primary age-range and exam preparation at Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2. In her last post, Rosie was Head of Spanish and was responsible for delivering the Spanish curriculum to all primary year groups.
Rosie is experienced in teaching children who are new to English, children on the ASD spectrum and children with emotional and behavioural difficulties. Having trained through the highly regarded Teach First Leadership Development Programme, Rosie has an excellent understanding of the most current educational research and teaching methods.
Rosie has recently left the classroom to become a full-time tutor, specialising in preparation for entrance exams (7+, 8+ and 11 +). She has been working closely with Owl Tutors to create resources to support tutors and parents in preparing children for entry to schools at 7+, 8+ and 11+.
As well as entrance exam tuition, Rosie also works as a home-school teacher. She has provided home-school tuition for a number of students and is experienced in planning and delivering individualised home-school programmes.
When tutoring a pupil, Rosie believes that forming a strong, positive relationship with them is the first step to achieving success. She endeavours to make her lessons as engaging and creative as possible to ensure children are enthusiastic about their learning. To her, it is vital that children enjoy their learning to ensure long-term success.
Before beginning her teacher training, Rosie studied Environmental Science and International Development, gaining a first-class BSc. Rosie then spent some months volunteering in Honduras before working in Mallorca and France for the summer and winter season. Outside of work Rosie enjoys learning languages and playing music.
Rosie qualified to teach Primary education in 2016, and holds a PGCE from Sheffield Hallam University.
|University Name||Name of degree||Year of graduation|
|University Of East Anglia||BSc (Hons) Environmental Science and International Development||2015|
"Rosie was very thoughtful and interested in our objectives, my son’s interests and way of learning, and provided a flexible and tailored programme carefully designed to avoid overwhelming him but seeing great results. Cannot recommend highly enough- she’s fantastic!"
Thursday, 16th January 2020
Parent of 7+ student in London
"We are really pleased with Rosie. Our daughter's confidence is much improved and she is really enjoying the sessions.
Monday, 18th November 2019
Mother of 11 plus student in London
"We are thrilled with Sebastian’s time with Rosie. She is magnificent and we think Sebastian benefits greatly. We adore her and she worked wonders with our son. "
Tuesday, 21st August 2018
Mother of student preparing to enter Year 2 at a new school
A love of reading is a key factor in becoming a successful reader. The more your child enjoys reading, the more motivated they will be to read frequently, and so the more advanced their reading skills will become. In this blog, Rosie sets out 10 tips to help children to see reading as a pleasure, rather than a chore.
Rosie January 2020
Finding high-quality books which your child enjoys reading is the first step to ensuring they become good readers and writers. This blog gives some 'must-reads' for children aged 6 to 8. The books listed are both good quality texts and highly popular with children of this age group.
Rosie December 2019
With a sharp rise in the number of students being homeschooled in the UK, this blog sets out some of the reasons why parents might make the decision to take their children out of the classroom. Rosie, a qualified teacher and professional tutor, specialises in developing programmes for homeschooling.
Rosie November 2019
Rosie, like all of our tutors, is a qualified teacher and has been interviewed by us personally. All of our tutors have at least two years of classroom teaching experience and come with fantastic references and criminal records checks.