After graduating from the University of Birmingham, Ed has enjoyed a successful career in teaching, working as an Advanced Skills Teacher and an A level examiner. He has an excellent track record of helping students surpass their expected grades, including up to A* level.
Before Andrew found teaching he had been a financial consultant, a marketing, communications and PR officer, a company manager and business development manager, a yoga and meditation teacher, an actor, a chef, a creative and artist, a music festival producer and manager and more! Andrew left his own education with 5 and a half A-levels of his own as well as a BA in Politics (with Philosophy) and a Masters in International relations, Ethics and Philosophy.
Andrew first came to teaching through becoming a Special Education Needs Teaching assistant; he also completed lots of work experience in other secondary and primary schools (for example Highgate School and Grafton Primary School).
Calum has been teaching, mentoring and supporting the learning of pupils with a range of abilities and learning needs in the Lewisham area for three years. He began as a Teaching Assistant at Prendergast Vale, supporting students with learning needs, leading EAL classes and the school’s Philosophy Club.
David is on a mission to raise standards of numeracy and to eliminate 'maths-phobia' wherever it is found. He has always been and remains a strong student, getting 10 A and A*s at GCSE, 4 As at A level, going on to achieve a First and a prize for academic excellence from the University of Edinburgh, studying Philosophy and Economics.
Tom is a strong subject specialist with excellent teaching experience in some of the country’s top schools, including King’s School Canterbury, Queen's College London, City of London Girls, and North London Collegiate School. He has strong experience of different exam boards including Cambridge Pre-U, Philosophy IB and Edexcel.
"Rosie has been an exceptional tutor to our now 11yr-old for a number of years. Initially employed simply to stop our child from getting bored and frustrated at undemanding school work, Rosie immediately set about providing stimulating work and tutorials which not only engaged their interests and played to their strengths, but also encouraged them to develop their confidence in areas in which they felt less able. Consequently, Rosie has guided our child successfully through the turtuous and rather alien 11+ process, despite that not being part of the original plan! Prompt, polite, professional and properly inspirational, we feel lucky to have had her as a tutor."Parent,