Baxter – 744

Baxter

11 Plus, 13 Plus and Maths

Baxter's biography:

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. He became Key Stage 5 Coordinator during his year as a Newly Qualified Teacher and after two years was promoted to Lead Practitioner in charge of gifted and able students. He was responsible for the identification, tracking and stretching of the most able students throughout the school, as well as running whole school training sessions for staff on appropriate strategies to challenge students in the classroom. As lead practitioner in mathematics, he has mentored and coached beginner teachers within the maths department and across the school.

Within the last three years he has made considerable improvement to the percentage of A/A* grades achieved at GCSE within the school, including half of his students obtaining a Grade 8 and 9 in the most recent new specimen GCSE examination from June 2017. He has also created a bespoke pathway for students with an eagerness to succeed in Mathematics, by introducing and teaching the AQA Further Mathematics and OCR Additional Mathematics Course’s since January 2015.
Baxter has also been tutoring an A-level student from Highgate school since February 2017 – helping him complete his A-level Mathematics and Further Mathematics. Now he is looking to tutor more this year having first noticed the high levels of progress that were possible at such a focused one-to-one level.

Having been awarded a full music and academic scholarship to Harrow School, Baxter understands the benefits that a great education can provide and feels connected to the movement to change student outcomes for the better.
Baxter believes the ease with which a teacher can build relationships with students, as their tutor, makes tutoring an ideal platform to motivate and guide students to their maximum potential.

In his spare time, Baxter enjoys playing the piano and ukulele, and enjoys travelling to new destinations around the world.

Baxter's qualifications:

Baxter qualified to teach Maths in 2014, and holds a Post Graduate Certificate of Education ("PGCE") from Institute of Education.

University NameName of degreeYear of graduation
University of BristolPhysics and Philosophy (MSci)2013
Institute of Education PGCE Secondary Mathematics2014
UCL Institute of Education Masters in Leadership2017

Baxter's International Baccalaureate (IB) experience:

I have first hand experience teaching the IB Higher and IB Standard level Mathematics to a student who attends Godolphin and Latymer school in London.

Baxter is available for online tuition

Baxter is available for online tuition to students anywhere in the world. Find out more about online tuition.

Baxter can teach in the following locations:

Camden

  • Kings Cross, Finsbury (west) (WC1X)
  • High Holborn (WC1V)
  • Gray’s Inn (WC1R)
  • Great Ormond Street Hospital (WC1N)
  • St Pancras (WC1H)
  • University College London (WC1E)
  • Bloomsbury, British Museum (WC1B)
  • New Oxford Street (WC1A)
  • Drury Lane, Aldwych (WC2B)
  • Lincoln’s Inn Fields, Royal Courts of Justice (WC2A)
  • Hatton Garden (EC1N)
  • Fitzrovia, Tottenham Court Road (W1T)
  • Highgate, Hampstead Heath (N6)
  • Euston, Camden Town, Somers Town, Primrose Hill, Gospel Oak, Lisson Grove (NW1)
  • Hampstead, Chalk Farm, Primrose Hill, Swiss Cottage, Belsize Park, Gospel Oak, Frognal, Childs Hill (NW3)
  • Kentish Town, Tufnell Park, Dartmouth Park, Gospel Oak (NW5)
  • St John’s Wood, Primrose Hill, Lisson Grove (NW8)
  • Westminster

  • Somerset House (WC2R)
  • Charing Cross (WC2N)
  • Leicester Square (WC2H)
  • Covent Garden (WC2E)
  • Great Portland Street, Fitzrovia (W1W)
  • Marylebone (W1U)
  • Hanover Square, Savile Row (W1S)
  • Mayfair (north), Grosvenor Square (W1K)
  • Mayfair (south), Piccadilly, Royal Academy (W1J)
  • Marylebone (W1H)
  • Harley Street (W1G)
  • Soho (north west) (W1F)
  • Soho (south east), Chinatown, Soho Square (W1D)
  • Oxford Street (west) (W1C)
  • Portland Street, Regent Street (W1B)
  • Paddington, Bayswater, Hyde Park, Westbourne Green, Little Venice, Westbourne Green, Notting Hill (W2)
  • Maida Vale, Little Venice (W9)
  • St. James’s (SW1Y)
  • Belgravia, Knightsbridge (SW1X)
  • Belgravia (SW1W)
  • Vauxhall Bridge, Chelsea Bridge, Victoria Station, Pimlico (SW1V)
  • Victoria Station, the Houses of Parliament, Vauxhall Bridge, Pimlico (SW1P)
  • Buckingham Gate, Victoria St, Birdcage Walk (SW1H)
  • Buckingham Gate, Victoria Station (SW1E)
  • Whitehall, Buckingham Palace (SW1A)
  • Islington

  • St Luke’s, Bunhill Fields (EC1Y)
  • Finsbury, Moorfields Eye Hospital (EC1V)
  • Finsbury, Finsbury Estate (EC1R)
  • Clerkenwell, Farringdon (EC1M)
  • Highbury, Highbury Fields (N5)
  • Holloway, Barnsbury, Islington, Tufnell Park (N7)
  • City of London

  • St Bartholomew’s Hospital (EC1A)
  • Barbican (EC2Y)
  • Guildhall (EC2V)
  • Bank of England (EC2R)
  • Old Broad Street, Tower 42 (EC2N)
  • Broadgate, Liverpool Street (EC2M)
  • Royal Exchange, Lombard Street (EC3V)
  • Monument, Billingsgate (EC3R)
  • Leadenhall, Lloyd’s of London, Fenchurch Street (EC3M)
  • St Mary Axe, Aldgate (EC3A)
  • Temple (EC4Y)
  • Blackfriars (EC4V)
  • Cannon Street (EC4R)
  • Mansion House (EC4N)
  • St Paul’s (EC4M)
  • Fetter Lane (EC4A)
  • Hackney

  • Shoreditch (EC2A)
  • Upper Clapton, Lower Clapton, Leyton, Stoke Newington (E5)
  • Hackney Central, Dalston, London Fields (E8)
  • Homerton, Hackney Wick, South Hackney, Hackney Marshes, Victoria Park (E9)
  • Barnsbury, Canonbury, Kings Cross, Islington, Pentonville, De Beauvoir Town, Hoxton (N1)
  • Stoke Newington, Stamford Hill, Shacklewell, Dalston, Newington Green (N16)
  • Tower Hamlets

  • Tower Hill, Tower of London (EC3N)
  • Aldgate, Bishopsgate, Whitechapel, Shoreditch, Spitalfields, Shadwell, Stepney, Mile End, Portsoken (E1)
  • Bethnal Green, Haggerston, Shoreditch, Cambridge Heath (E2)
  • Bow, Bromley-by-Bow, Old Ford, Mile End, Three Mills, London Gas Museum (E3)
  • Poplar, Isle of Dogs, Limehouse, Canary Wharf, Blackwall, Cubitt Town (E14)
  • London

  • City of London (EC3B)
  • Mayfair (W1Y)
  • Mayfair (W1X)
  • Soho, Piccadilly (W1V)
  • Oxford Street, Regent Street (W1R)
  • Goodge Street, Warren Street (W1P)
  • Regents Park, Oxford Circus (W1N)
  • Marylebone (W1M)
  • Ealing

  • Acton, East Acton, Park Royal, West Acton (W3)
  • Ealing, Park Royal (W5)
  • Hounslow

  • Chiswick, Gunnersbury, Turnham Green, Bedford Park (W4)
  • Hammersmith and Fulham

  • Hammersmith, Ravenscourt Park (W6)
  • Shepherds Bush, White City (W12)
  • Fulham, Parson’s Green (SW6)
  • Kensington and Chelsea

  • Kensington, Holland Park (W8)
  • North Kensington, Queens Park (W10)
  • Notting Hill, Holland Park (W11)
  • West Kensington, Kensington Olympia, Holland Park (W14)
  • Chelsea, Brompton, Knightsbridge (SW3)
  • Earl’s Court (SW5)
  • South Kensington, Knightsbridge (SW7)
  • Newham

  • Stratford, West Ham, Maryland, Leyton, Leytonstone, Temple Mills, Hackney Wick, Bow (E15)
  • Waltham Forest

  • Walthamstow, Upper Walthamstow (E17)
  • Barnet

  • East Finchley, Fortis Green, Hampstead Garden Suburb (N2)
  • Finchley, Church End, Finchley Central (N3)
  • Cricklewood, Willesden, Neasden, Dollis Hill, Childs Hill (NW2)
  • Brent Cross, Hendon (NW4)
  • Mill Hill, Arkley (NW7)
  • The Hyde, Colindale, Kingsbury, Queensbury, West Hendon (NW9)
  • Golders Green, Hampstead Garden Suburb (NW11)
  • Haringey

  • Finsbury Park, Manor House, Harringay, Stroud Green (N4)
  • Hornsey, Crouch End, Harringay (N8)
  • West Green, Seven Sisters, Duckett’s Green (N15)
  • Tottenham, South Tottenham (N17)
  • Brent

  • Kilburn, Brondesbury, West Hampstead, Queen’s Park (NW6)
  • Willesden, Acton, Harlesden, Kensal Green, Neasden, Old Oak Common, Park Royal, Stonebridge, Brent Park (NW10)