Joshua has worked extensively as a private tutor both in the UK and abroad, most recently in Italy and Saudi Arabia. Through this work he has developed a style of tutoring in which the student is challenged (through careful questioning) to make their own discoveries and take a high degree of ownership for their learning.
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.
Amy trained as a secondary English teacher in 2010, since then she has led one of the top departments in the UK and supported the development of new teachers as a mentor and an associate tutor at the University of Warwick. Since 2019 she has worked as a full-time, professional tutor supporting families who home educate, those wishing to improve their GCSE or A-Level exam results or students looking to gain entrance to selective institutions.
With an innate aptitude for working with children, especially nurturing their intrinsic capacities, Kate couples her awareness of pedagogical methods and knowledge of how best to scaffold development with a child-centred approach tailored to each individual. Recognising the multiple forms of intelligence, she is adaptive and creative but sets high expectations, aiming to inspire, motivate and challenge all of the children that she works with.
Patricia graduated with a Bachelor of Education (primary) from Macquarie University (Australia) in 1992. She has pursued an international teaching career spanning 27 years, working predominantly in independent schools in Australia, Luxembourg and England.
Maria read Spanish at the University of Oxford, graduating in 2015, and then joined the prestigious Teach First Leadership Development Programme. She gained an ‘Outstanding’ PGCE from the UCL Institute of Education and has taught for a number of years in a diverse North London Academy, specialising in Early Years and Key Stage One.
Leah currently teaches at a large and inclusive primary school in Tower Hamlets, where her practice has been graded as ‘Outstanding’. She believes that, with the appropriate support, every young person is capable of making good progress at the right level for them.
"Very professional and helpful using tutors of a very high standard. You really do get what you are paying the extra for."