With over 5 years of experience and a PhD in Mathematics, I specialise in teaching GCSE, A-level and University level maths in south-west London, in particular Putney, Fulham and Chelsea. I do the travelling, therefore saving you the effort and lowering my cholesterol at the same time.
My fees are reflective of the time spent preparing, travelling to and teaching the lesson.
University of Sheffield 2014: Tutorial assistant.
Brunel University London 2018 -: Lecturer for Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering and Electronical Engineering.
Brunel University London 2014 - 2017: Seminar leader for over 10 modules. Assistant in 'Maths Café' over the exam period which provides students with an interactive, resourceful study environment.
Private Tutoring 2013 - : Private tutor for University-level, A-level and GCSE mathematics under the examination boards Edexcel, AQA, OCR and OCR MEI. I have 100% success rate in my students attaining their desired grade.
Awards: Awarded an EPSRC government sponsorship to fund my PhD. Nominated for the Sigma Postgraduate Student of the Year 2015 Award.
Graduate Learning Teaching Programme: I successfully completed the GLTP provided by Brunel University London whose criteria included a teaching observation and two pedagogic essay hand-ins.
Athena Swan: The Athena Swan Charter is a national scheme that was established to advance the representation of women in science, engineering and technology. As the PhD representative I was an active member of the Athena Swan committee in the department of mathematics at Brunel University London.
Succeeding in maths comprises three main pillars: understanding the concepts, reciting the methods and practising the applications.
To fully unlock your mathematical potential, you need to enjoy the subject. My lessons are designed with the intention to inspire, challenge and nurture the curiosity of the students, as well as building their confidence.
Once you pay the website a small fee to purchase my contact details I will be in touch straight away to arrange a free introduction lesson. This usually lasts 15-30 minutes and is simply an opportunity for me to introduce myself and learn the student's strengths and weaknesses in order to design a lesson plan.
What you can expect:
> High quality, professional teaching.
> Monthly consolidation with the parents to discuss the student's progression.
> Exam advice and individualised revision plan.
> Out of hours support.
> Stationery and resources.
> CRB documentation upon request.
> The occasional slice of homemade cake usually during Bakeoff season.
If you have any questions, even if it's simply how this all works then please do not hesitate to contact me.
|Availability||Weekdays (all times)|
|References Available||On File|
|University of Sheffield||2013||Masters||First Class with Honours|
|Brunel University London||2017||Doctorate||PhD in Mathematics|
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