Select which subject you are studying
Select which level you are studying at
Where would you like your lessons?
Select the price ranges you would be willing to pay within
£75 or less
Which times would you prefer your tutor to be free at?
Oxford graduate and experienced tutor.
I am a Legal Practice Course student due to begin training as a solicitor next year. Prior to this I studied History and Politics at St. Peter’s College, University of Oxford, prior to completing the Graduate Diploma in Law at the University of Law. Alongside tutoring I have worked both as a Parliamentary Assistant for a Member of Parliament as well as for the Electoral Commission
Cambridge-educated Languages tutor with ten years’ experience.
I am a Cambridge languages graduate offering tuition in English, French and Spanish. I have ten years’ tutoring experience and a lot of teaching experience, having spent my gap year in 2010 and my year abroad during my degree in 2013 working as an English language assistant in schools in France. I have also worked as an English language tutor for school age children and adult learners. From 2008 to 2010, I spent two years volunteering weekly at a primary school in Cheltenham, helping the children with their reading and literacy skills. As well as offering tuition in English, French and Spanish from primary school level up to the final year of A Levels, I can also offer a valuable insight into Oxbridge interviews or preparation for university entrance interviews. I am committed and determined, and confident that I can provide an interesting and useful learning experience which is tailored to the specific requirements of each student and which delivers results and value for money.
QTS Secondary school Head of Maths teacher with 5 years experience 💪💯
I have been teaching for 5 years whilst also performing private tutoring. If you want a professional education whilst being correctly assessed and stretched you have found the right place. Maths and Further Maths are my main subjects and I have experience teaching it in 1-1, group and classroom settings. This involves all levels from KS3 until A-level.
Creative and passionate literature graduate from KCL & Oxford
My interest in Literature and Language has taken me to many fields post-graduation. With my degrees fostering an interest in cross-cultural dialogue, global writing and issues in race and migration, I’ve been inspired to work across charities and educational institutes to promote literacy and build stronger communities. I’ve tutored, worked as a teaching assistant in a primary school and as a secondary school librarian to create strong reading cultures and welcoming spaces for students. My time interning for an international writing competition for school children has especially shaped my experience and I’m keen to continue working with and inspiring young people 😸
English Lit and Lang tutor, 8 years’ experience, including in selective school
This is my eighth academic year as a tutor. I have my MA in English from the University of Cambridge, have worked as an assistant examiner for CIE and maintain my professional skills through my tutoring practice, examiner training and regular participation in various other courses. Recently, my professional development has included further English Language training from The British Council, two study days at The Globe Theatre (Hamlet and Othello) and a training day with CIE for Key Stage 5. I have worked with families in their homes, overseas, and with pupils at an academically selective school in West London. I have significant experience of working with pupils with additional needs, especially those who are academically able, as well as with pupils for whom English is not their first language. I specialise in tutoring English Language and Literature at GCSE and A Level, but also work with younger pupils. In addition, I support essay writing in other subjects and provide university entrance and job application support to young people, as well as commercial writing and research services to business people. I have an up-to-date, clean Enhanced DBS form.
Inspiring and engaging mathematics specialist, 5+ to STEP
I am an award-winning qualified maths teacher and a maths specialist with 10 years’ teaching experience and 8 years’ experience as an examiner. I have had the pleasure of helping hundreds of students with varying initial attainment grow in confidence, achieve top grades and fall in love with maths. I have a Masters in Mathematics (MMath) from the University of Warwick and a PGCE in maths from the UCL Institute of Education. Prior to becoming a full time tutor I taught at several outstanding schools with my main employment being the Head of A-Levels and the Head of Further Maths at CATS College London, part of Cambridge Education Group (CEG). My research and experience have shown me that anyone can become an outstanding mathematician and enjoy the subject, they just need the right guidance. I bring an exceptionally high standard of teaching to my lessons. I have officially received an “outstanding” rating, the highest possible, every year I worked as a classroom teacher. My key strength is the breadth and depth of my mathematical knowledge alongside my ability to communicate complex ideas simply and in an intellectually stimulating manner. I have also earned numerous awards in recognition of my teaching and maths ability including the prestigious title of scholar at the “Institute of Mathematics and its Applications”. I have an outstanding track record. I have consistently achieved one of the best set of results in all the schools I have worked at. All of my tutees have attained or surpassed their expected grades with some achieving as much as a 5-grade improvement over the course of their tuition. 100% success rate with the 5+, 10+, common pre-test, 11+, 13+ and 16+, all secondary students have achieved grades 8 - 9 in their GCSE and all A Level tutee’s have attained grades B - A*. My students regularly secure places at the best schools and universities in the world with several winning awards in recognition of their exceptional achievements. Outside of maths tuition I volunteer at inner London schools and I mentor a growing community of maths teachers on a pro bono basis. My long-term objective is to leverage my understanding of maths, technology and pedagogy to create tools and institutions that raise the standard of maths education globally and help make maths education more equitable. Tutoring Experience ************************* Current and former students range from year 1 to university level. I have taught; KS1, KS2, KS3, GCSE, iGCSE, MYP, Pre-U, A Level, IB, AP and University Foundation (Bellerbys College, CATS College, Chelsea Independent College, DLD College, ONCAMPUS and MPW) maths and further maths across nearly all exam boards (Edexcel, OCR, MEI, AQA and CIE). I also have extensive experience helping students prepare for entrance exams such as 5+, 7+, Common Pre-Tests, ISEE, 10+, 11+, 13+, 16+, STEP, AEA, MAT, CSAT, the maths section of BMAT, SAT and ACT, the quantitative reasoning section of UKCAT, GRE and GMAT, competition maths such as UKMT and BMO and various school scholarship exams including but not limited to, Kings Scholarship for Eton College. The bespoke service that I offer to each of my students is tailored to their needs, from tutoring students throughout the entirety of their formal education, to providing a 2-week crash course for upcoming exams. I offer in person tuition in London and would consider international travel given the right role. I also offer what I believe to be the most comprehensive online tuition in the industry. Here is a list of universities which my students are attending or have secured a place/scholarship at: University of Cambridge, University of Oxford, University of Hong Kong, NYU, Imperial College London, LSE, UCL, Durham University, University of Warwick, King's College London, University of Southampton, University of Melbourne, City and Bocconi University. Here is a list of schools which my students are attending or have secured a place/scholarship at: Eton College, Harrow School, Dulwich College, St Paul’s School, King’s College School, City of London School for Boys, Highgate School, Winchester College, Mill Hill School, Portland Place School, Radley College, Forest School, The King’s School, St Christopher’s School, Wetherby School, North Bridge House School, Godolphin and Latymer, Jags, The American School in London, Tonbridge School, Merchant Taylors’ School, Queen’s School, Francis Holland School, South Hampstead School, King Fahad Academy, Misk School, Bellerbys College, Westminster Cathedral Choir School, Abercorn School, St Anthony’s School For Boys, EGA School, CATS College, Eaton Square School, MPW, Kensington Park School, The Haberdashers’ Aske’s Boys’ School, Chepstow House School, Wycombe Abbey School, Queen Ethelburga’s, Headington School and Wellington College. Tutoring Approach ************************* My tutoring approach is based on the belief that most students’ difficulties in maths arise from insufficient understanding of fundamental concepts, which are often glossed over in school. Unfortunately, students do not seek guidance as these topics are wrongly considered as easy or teachers are not sufficiently qualified to explain them. I see this issue across all age groups and levels of attainment. Maths is a subject where one thing follows on from another, so at some stage this lack of understanding catches up with students and forms a barrier to their learning. One of the first things I do with my students is invest time to see their understanding of fundamental concepts and if necessary, revisit them. I believe this is one of the reasons for my student’s success and fast progress. Then I build on this foundation by working through more complex topics and concepts, looking at them in a more thorough and enriching way. I always emphasise the importance of being able to explain why, a sign of true understanding and a prerequisite for enjoying the subject. Finally, I make sure students can transmit their knowledge during examination, this is where my experience as an examiner has proven to be invaluable. For most of the lesson students will be solving problems, each problem presenting a different piece of the puzzle, until they reach that “aha” moment where they have mastered the concept. By asking a series of well thought out questions, rather than lecturing the students, I can help students discover for themselves underlying misunderstandings that they may have and address them. Having taught for nearly 10 years, I know how to structure lessons such that each lesson is flexible enough to cater to the students’ needs and interests whilst making sure that sequences of lessons can follow a meaningful structure. As someone who is actively involved in a wide variety of maths research, I build a narrative around maths that caters to the student’s interests, inspiring them to learn more. I place a real emphasis on helping my students to take control of their own learning and discover what works for them, so they can become independent learners. By working collaboratively with the parents/guardians/governesses and the student, I create a bespoke tutoring plan for their tuition. Each student will have an online workbook which will contain all class notes, homework, tests as well as anything else related to our sessions. I continually monitor students’ progress and adapt the scheme of work and tuition according to their needs. A final note from me. A good understanding of maths has impact far beyond one’s maths education. Not only does maths permeate every field of scientific endeavour, from helping explain the colours of the sunset to the architecture of our brains, it now plays a pivotal role in all aspects of modern society including finance, economics, cybersecurity and artificial intelligence, to name a few. I believe that prioritising one’s maths education is vital to the future prospect of an individual and the position they will play in society. But aside from utility, mathematics when understood is inspiring and fun. As Bertrand Russell wrote in Mysticism and Logic (1918) “Mathematics, rightly viewed, possesses not only truth, but supreme beauty”. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions. CV, references and research papers are available upon request.
Passionate and experienced multilingual tutor!
I have 4 years’ experience as a private tutor and now a full-time tutor, as I have been for just over 6 months. I have experience teaching a range of students in terms of age (from 5 to over 60) and level. I have taught English as a Foreign Language, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, German and Latin as well as English and Maths (up to 13+) to a total of more than 50 students (including some groups). Many of these students have been learning for exams, such as GCSEs and A-Levels, while some have been casual learners. While flexibility is essential and I try to tailor my approach to each student, I base my tutoring on transmitting my passion and expertise in learning to the student. As a speaker of many languages, I have considerable experience of the language learning process and know-how of language learning techniques. I use this to predict common pitfalls and difficulties for students, and to explain these by breaking them down in simple terms. In this way, the student’s confidence increases and they feel able to reach their targets. While I have high standards, I also believe students will naturally want to learn more if they have fun. I often use cultural materials such as books, films or songs in my lessons so that the student sees the advantages of language learning and so starts to learn proactively and thus improve faster.
Savvy tutor and undergraduate at University College London (UCL)
-------------------Summary---------------------- My teaching style is geared towards developing confident students that thrive in exams, and I incorporate evidence-based strategies for academic success. ------------------Background-------------------- • Currently an Undergraduate student at UCL. • Achieved A*A*A at A Levels, in Maths, Economics and Further Maths, and 12A*s and 2As at GCSE. • With two years of experience in Tutoring Maths (GCSE and A Level), coaching for 11+, I have developed a deeper understanding of pedagogy and effective teaching styles Please do contact me if you, or your son/daughter might be interested in my tutoring services!
Keep calm and get a good tutor. How bout Me? ;)
Hi !! 😁😁 Call me Jo! I am currently an engineering undergraduate at Imperial College London and am passionate to share my love for STEM. Having achieved 4A* and 1A at A level last year, I know exactly what is needed to succeed in the exams. Coming from a franco-Chinese family I also benefit from being trilingual. This took hard work but more importantly ‘smart’ work too and I constantly review my learning methods to ensure they are as efficient in the language learning process as possible. I am currently using it to learn German... so you could join me on the language learning journey! Or go for the more traditional and serious subjects such as math and the sciences. I have had a good deal of teaching experience both online and offline and am keen to engage on Scoodle too! So if you think you’d be interested, don’t hesitate to message me and we can figure it out from there 👌
Friendly and experienced science tutor with over 2 years experience
I have been tutoring student for a variety of subjects for the past 2 years however I specialise in Sciences and Mathematics. I give advice on how to approach exam questions, techniques and teach content clearly and concisely. I will work on areas of weakness with students and help them develop skills to help them during their exams. Achieving the best grades possible for my A Levels, I believe that I am capable of teaching science and maths. I teach according to a students individual abilities e.g. some students are visual learners, hence I will teach them in a different style and manner than those who think differently. I specialise in GCSE Science and Mathematics (not specific to an exam board), and may help teach AS and A level Biology, Chemistry and Maths.
Experienced Maths and Science Tutor | Oxford Scholar | City Trader
I know it’s an important decision to choose a tutor and you want to make sure you pay for the right one so here’s why you should choose me ~ I am a professionally trained online Tutor, I use best in class tech (live interactive white board, writing tablet, microphone, headset and webcam) to really focus on good quality online delivery ~ I have partnered with an online EdTech platform to schedule homework and take timed exams. This will include Exam Past papers. I run analytics for each student - these reports highlight which specific topic the students needs improvement in. I base my tutorial plan on actual data so we can work on weak topics. ~ I am friendly and easy-going, I create a safe space for students so they feel comfortable asking questions. I also motivate them and push them to achieve more by using interesting everyday examples to explain mathematical and physics concepts
Structured revision and learning for academic success!
I am hugely passionate about essays! To get an essay structure right, to ensure a flow of argument, and a continuity of well-selected evidence is to ensure a high grade. With this in mind, my tutoring will prepare you with both a depth and breadth of knowledge, together with an academic rigour ahead of your exams or coursework. Some things about me: I’m incredibly interested and passionate in the interplay of politics, religion and human rights. I’m about to start my Cambridge degree in Theology. I have been the recipient of a number of awards: - The London School of Economics’ Political Review Essay Competition (1st Place) - The United Nations’ FERA Partner Award at the Plural Plus short film competition - Finalist in the John Locke Institute’s Philosophy Essay Competition - Awarded an Honorary Academic Scholarship at Charterhouse School
Oxford University Law graduate, experienced tutor and interview trainer.
Hi there, I am Miss Gabby, Oxford University Law graduate and experienced tutor and interview coach. My specialists are school and university entrance test preparation and ESL (including IELTS). Having studied at a number of schools around the world (including Malvern College and Dulwich College Shanghai) I know taking entrance and scholarship tests can be nerve racking, but with the right preparation you can walk into the room feeling confident and set yourself up for success! School and University Entrance Testing: - My approach combines a focus on exam technique and structure, so you feel familiar with the nature of the tests, with a supportive environment where you will build confidence and think creatively. - During my time in education I gained entry and an academic scholarship to a selective prep school, academic and arts scholarships to a selective secondary school and went on to study at the University of Oxford. I have since worked in teaching and recruitment for two years, training and preparing students for interview and entry testing to the most selective schools in the country. ESL & IELTS - Whether you are looking to improve your confidence in English speaking or are studying towards your IELTS exams, I will work with you to build a bespoke learning programme, to help you achieve your goals and keep you on track. - I am fully TESOL qualified and have experience working with ESL students from ages 5-20.