Before embarking on a career in education, Georgina graduated from Sussex University in 2002, after a four year course that included a year studying abroad. She was then accepted as a doctoral student at Sussex University and completed a wide ranging thesis covering both experimental and theoretical Inorganic and Physical Chemistry.
With a technical background, Alicia has had the opportunity to work in energy consultancy, energy policy, as well as in education. Having tutored, volunteered at a Saturday supplementary school, and taught Physics full time, Alicia has always had a love of teaching.
Kevin is currently an Assistant Headteacher at Harrow High School in North West London where he is responsible for the schools Sixth Form provision. He enjoys teaching Biology to Oxbridge level, as well as supporting students throughout the university admissions process.
Wing is passionate about science and it was her A-Level chemistry teacher that inspired her to read Chemistry at University College London (UCL), which she completed in 2004. During her degree she took part in outreach programmes centred on teaching science in local secondary schools and inspiring young people to “Aim Higher” and go on to further education and university.
Conrad studied Medicinal Chemistry at UCL, going on to complete a PGCE from Cambridge University in 1990. Following this, he spent the better part of 20 years teaching Chemistry and Science at secondary level, often at schools in challenging circumstances.