Tailored science tutoring and exam preparation
Biology, Chemistry, Physics (Combined Sciences):
- Primary (up to 11 years) £40/hr
- Secondary (11 to 14years) £50/hr
- GCSE or Nationals 3-5 £60/hr
- A-level, IB and Higher from £80/hr
I am an experienced Science Teacher with a demonstrated history of working in the education industry since 2009. My skills include Coaching, Lesson Planning, Educational Technology, Tutoring, and Classroom Management. I am a strong education professional with a Master’s degree focused in Education: Leading Innovation and Change from St Mary’s University, Twickenham. I am a creator of fun-filled and interactive science programme for toddlers and pre-schoolers. Delivering classes and in-house nursery sessions – an exciting addition to the existing curriculum, being structured around the 4 key areas of learning & development from the EYFS framework. Recently I have become an Associate examiner for GCSE/ International GCSE Science (Single combined) (iGCSE). I Received The Rolls Royce Science Prize in the category of Special Merit Award for outstanding contribution to science teaching in 2011.
My teaching experience goes back to 2009, when I worked at The City of London Academy as a Higher-Level Teaching Assistant in science classrooms. I quickly became an unqualified science teacher and continued educating pupils till summer 2015. In September 2015 I accepted a teaching post in Sacred Heart Catholic School in London – one of the top secondary schools in Britain. Due to my extensive experience I fast-tracked my Qualified Teacher Status in 2016 at the Canterbury Christ Church University. As a full-time teacher I delivered KS3 and KS4 Science Lessons including two different GCSE specifications and. I also taught Biology Physics and Chemistry as a part of a BTEC First Diploma and Extended Certificate qualification. I also delivered alternative science provision to SEN students. In December 2019 I moved to Kent coast where I began new journey as a creator of interactive science programme for toddlers and preschoolers.
As an educator I use combination of different methods, and may change my approach depending on context, teaching phase, and content that I am delivering. I strongly believe that modelling, scaffolding and regular quizzing combined, are the most effective method of teaching. However, inquiry-based learning and facilitating students’ own discovery of knowledge is indispensable whilst teaching scientific concepts.
Online (Skype / Zoom etc)
Within 25 mile radius from Whitstable if social distancing arrangements can be implemented.