I hold a BA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from the University of Economics, an MSc in Political Theory from the London School of Economics and a PGCE (Secondary Mathematics) from the University of Warwick. Since university, I have worked in teaching, financial modelling and most recently for the Civil Service, on the graduate Fast Stream. I am a keen fencer and have a great love of reading and travelling.
I have tutored a number of students in mathematics over the last six years, at a wide range of levels and have a track record of success in helping students achieve their targets. In particular, I have supported students in achieving A grades at mathematics A Level and level 6 in year 6 SATS.
I have a year’s experience in teaching mathematics in a secondary school at all levels and hold a PGCE (Secondary Mathematics) from the University of Warwick.
I always ensure that my lessons are meticulously planned and form part of a larger scheme of work, with clear goals. After each lesson, I make sure to review and adapt this to align with the ongoing progress of the student and discuss this with the pupil and parent.
In my view, some of the most important parts of being a good teacher are high quality feedback and regular progress checks to ensure understanding. I always make sure to fully check for understanding and reinforce learning from previous lessons and give detailed feedback about how a pupil can improve.
For online tutoring in particular, clear and appealing presentation and use of technology are essential, as are being ready to respond to queries quickly and be available to answer questions.
|Availability||Weekends, Weekdays (all times)|
|References Available||On File|
|London School of Economics||2014||Masters||MSc Political Theory|
|University of Warwick||2012||PGCE||PGCE (Secondary Mathematics)|
|University of Oxford||2012||Bachelors||BA Philosophy, Politics and Economics|