I am originally from Canada where I completed a Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Arts as well as a teaching qualification. I have been living in London since 2013 where I have taught in Years 5 and 6 as a class teacher and more recently, a phase leader. I love working one-to-one or with small groups of children in order to give them personalised support and help them develop their confidence. As a tutor, I strive to develop positive relationships with children and their parents so that children feel supported in order to become the best they can be and take pride in their progress over time


I am originally from Canada but have been living in the UK for 12 years. I qualified in 2008 and have been teaching Years 1-3 for the past 11 years. I have been class based for this time but I love working one-to-one with children and have enjoyed exploring this aspect of teaching through tutoring.

strive to make learning fun and build positive relationships with the children I teach while still maintaining a high expectation for their the quality of work produced.


I am a fully qualified primary teacher with experience teaching across years 1 to 5. Drawing on my bachelor of fine arts, I enjoy sparking children’s natural creativity, curiosity and problem-solving skills through creating stimulating learning environments drawing on their own interests, with a strong emphasis on visual learning. I believe providing hands-on and enquiry-based learning experiences presents children with the best opportunity to develop and retain new skills.


I grew up in north London and completed my University degree in the UK before going to teach at a university abroad where I first started helping young people reach their potential academically in the classroom and giving them one to one support. I then spent 6 years at the British Council abroad where I worked across a variety of areas including Higher Education and Teaching English to young learners between the ages of 8 and 17 years of age.

I have worked with children with SEN and currently also work for a charitable organization managing young leadership and engagement. I really enjoy showing children that they can succeed in areas they first found challenging and breaking down barriers to learning.


After graduating with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology in 2015, I have worked to support children in their learning while continuing with my own studies. My experience has seen me specialising in working with SEN and ESL children within schools, but I have also worked with, and tutored children within their own home.  My work as a tutor has covered both long-running support through the academic year as well as pre exam work.  I draw on my background in Psychology and Child Development to ensure I work with children to provide an engaging environment within which they can thrive.


I gained my teaching experience abroad and in London. All my education was initially in French, where I gained a degree in Applied Maths.] After qualifying, I taught up to university level, in Maths and Physics in Africa. I came to the UK, where I gained a B.Sc. in Maths from London Metropolitan University. I went on to do a PGCE at Canterbury University. Currently I have 15 years’ experience teaching in inner London Secondary Schools. My knowledge and enthusiasm enable me to explain and to demonstrate in the simplest way. I share my love of Maths with students, engage with them at their level of understanding, and provide clear tasks, for them to perform. I inform them of their progress, encouraging them to think, make connections and to feel confident.

I am a fully qualified primary school teacher with experience of teaching across years 1 to 6. I would love to support your child with their learning, helping them to make progress and grow in confidence. I can teach across the UK primary curriculum, but especially focus on improving Maths – including SATs and 11+. All lessons would be personalised to your child/children and aimed to help develop their knowledge, skills and confidence as needed. I believe children need the guidance to support them to succeed in areas they find difficult and I enjoy showing children how to overcome those difficulties.