£27 per hour
I always try to use engaging educational methods to facilitate a fun and personalised approach to learning, which are essential to stimulating a student’s enjoyment and appreciation for Physics and Mathematics. I achieved a 9 (A) in GCSE Mathematics, an A in GCSE Physics, an A in both Mathematics and Physics at A-level, and I attend Loughborough University, one of the top 10 universities in the U.K.
The following year after GCSE’s, I was accepted into a Physics summer school at the University of Oxford; I spent the week researching and learning about the mechanisms of the space probe designed for the Mars ‘Insight’ Mission. In my free time, I love reading, as well as playing the piano, electric guitar or harmonica.
In August 2017 I began tutoring for 'Explore Learning', working with students aged four to fourteen. Along the way, I developed strong administrative talents with a proven ability to document, track, and update student progress through formal reporting procedures. This is used as a guide to identify the most suitable areas of the subject to focus on and tackle, which rapidly improved their results. Consequentially, I was awarded ‘Tutor of the Quarter’ within the first six months of practice. From my experience at Explore, I believe the act of learning is a combination of excellent memorisation techniques, practice and boundless curiosity. I always try to encourage my students to ask as many questions as possible, get them to explain their own thought processes and then regularly test them to see what they've fully understood - pushing them even further when they do.
With my credentials, your child is guaranteed to achieve their goals and will hopefully inspire others to do the same.