I adapt my tutoring to each individual's needs so that learning is fun but also achieved.
Having been tutored myself in the past, I understand what being in a pupil's shoes is like. From there I then started tutoring after having developed a passion in education and learning. I have since tutored children as young as five to adults from a wide range of ages. This means that not only have I learnt how to adapt my teaching from individual to individual but also to adapt my level of tutoring based on age and/or past experience in the subjects that I tutor. The last student I tutored on Spires achieved an A at A level French.
When I'm not studying for my degree I enjoy travel, reading suspense-filled crime-fiction novels or going out to dinner with friends - I'm a bit of a foodie! I also dedicate a lot of time to my family outside of term time as well as to my dog that I walk twice a day: she's brown, fluffy and absolutely barking mad.
Graduating this year from The University of Cambridge with a BA in Modern and Medieval Languages. A*AA at A Level and a B at As level. A*: Spanish, A: Biology, A: French, B: Chemistry.