Interactive Online Science Classes

Our weekly online science lessons for children from 4–8-years old, include scientific activities such as observing and describing materials, living organisms, physical and chemical changes and a range of different scientific phenomena. We follow appropriate sequencing of content to build pupils’ understanding of scientific concepts.

These at-home science experiments for children explore scientific concepts through engaging stories. Children will be able to see how science applies to their daily lives.

Imagine making things fizz, or change colours, or reveal hidden messages with just a few simple mixtures. It is NOT magic! It’s all science that you can do with your budding scientists at home, using ingredients you already have in your cupboard.

List of required equipment and range of resources are provided to support both parents and learners. These typically include worksheets, games, quizzes, fact cards, additional experiments and investigations. All lessons are designed to ensure excellent progression against Key Stage 1 and 2 Science National Curriculum objectives.

  • Location: Online (via Zoom)
  • Duration: 30 minutes per class
Book Online

Lessons must be booked at least 24 hrs in advance to allow time for preparing resources at home.


Keep your child’s studies on track from home with one-to-one, interactive and online tuition.

Available subjects: 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

Tutoring packages available for regular sessions booked in advance

Tutoring location:
  • Online (Skype / Zoom etc)
  • At The Little Science Society in Whitstable
  • Within 10-mile radius from Whitstable (mileage charge may apply for further distance).

TO BOOK A 1-2-1 SESSION Email us: or call: 07704 444941

About the Tutor

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 have trained in Early Years Foundation Stage and Key Stage One Teaching and Behaviour Strategies. 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 pre-schoolers.


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.