Sam graduated from the University of Oxford in 2014 with a degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics. He now works in the best maths department in the country (according to the government’s Progress 8 statistics).
4 hours available per week
13 Plus & English
Alexander is a Fellow of The Royal Society of Arts (FRSA), a published academic writer, and a highly experienced English teacher and examiner of A Level, GCSE and 13+. He is a member of The Tutors' Association.
5 hours available per week
Recent blog posts
The 11 Plus Guide for Reluctant Readers
In this article Abigail an experienced teacher and tutor outlines her top tips to help reluctant readers preparing for plus assessments...
What is the Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI)?
In this article Graham explains what the Independent Schools Inspectorate ISI is and outlines its role in ensuring quality of provision and regulatory standards of independent schools both in the UK and overseas Graham draws...
Choosing a school can seem like a daunting decision for any parent Not only are there many varied entrance requirements to navigate but added to this are questions over whether a school is right for...
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