I am an experienced and qualified secondary school teacher and have taught students from Year 6 to A Level in a highly successful school. My teaching is personalised to meet the needs of each student, including top tips for exam technique, targeted revision strategies to help them shine, and proactive planning for coursework deadlines.
I am currently working towards an MSc. in Education at Oxford University, therefore my tutoring is informed by the latest educational research.
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I enjoy exploring art galleries and museums as well as listening to podcasts and going on the occasional hike.
As a secondary school teacher, I teach Latin, ancient Greek, and RS from beginners to advanced levels. My aim as a tutor is to engage my students so that they are able to achieve their best possible outcome. I have also tutored university students in addition to primary and secondary school pupils, therefore I have experience of working towards individual goals at all levels. In addition to tutoring students for particular subjects, I have also assisted students who have been working towards admissions assessments at 11+ and 13+.
I am an experienced and qualified secondary school teacher with a PGCE in Latin and Classics. Currently, I am working towards an MSc. in Education at Oxford University, part of which involves using educational research to inform my teaching practice and to enable students to develop more effective learning strategies.
Victoria is a very good teacher who is able to communicate and instruct so effectively. Thank you, Victoria, for helping me get so much better and confident at Greek.
That was a very good lesson on the A level material. It really is so beneficial and I use the recordings to learn the content. Really good.
PGCE in Latin and Classics from King's College London
MA in Classics from Durham University
BA(Hons.) in Classics from Durham University