tutor profile

Annesha T


  • Chemistry, Biology, Physics
    KS2, KS3, A-Level

  • Maths & Non-Verbal Reasoning
    8+, 9+, 10+, 11+, 13+

  • Further Maths
    GCSE, A-Level


Imperial College London
MSci: Chemistry

Wyggeston and Queen Elizabeth I College
A-Level: Further Maths (A), Maths (A), Biology (A), Chemistry (A*)

Teaching Experience

Private 1:1 educator [2016 – now]: My longest-standing educator role in which I have taught English from scratch to extremely young non-native students, Fine Art and improving drawing skills, up to A-level and undergraduate-level Chemistry and Mathematics. This role involves making bespoke plans and resources, regular consultations with students and progress tracking. 

Online Chemistry classes with a start-up agency [2022 – 2023]: Here I taught KS3 and GCSE Chemistry with groups of 4-10 students per lesson with regular tests and generation of worksheets, with adaptation to several curriculums. 

Global English Camp Japan (Online and in-person) [2022-2023]: This experience involved working with Japanese middle school and high school students (aged 15-18) in groups of 4-6, teaching advanced topics such as UN Sustainable Development Goals, career planning and national issues.    

Well-renowned international education branches [2018-2021]: I worked with KS2, KS3 and GCSE students 1:1 in Maths and English Comprehension. 


I am a masters student studying Chemistry at Imperial College London with expertise in teaching Mathematics and Science. I channel my passion for STEM as well as my creativity by incorporating real-life examples and interactive methods into my lessons to educate and inspire.

After teaching for over seven years with a vast array of experiences with all age groups, I have refined my ability to adapt my teaching style to best suit each of my student’s needs, creating bespoke plans and worksheets.

I hope to equip my students with the tools they need to become independent learners and reach their full potential so that they can achieve their goals.