King’s College London
PhD: Theoretical Physics
Msci: Mathematical and Theoretical Physics with Dinstinction
Bachelors: Physics (First Class)
My first experience in a teaching capacity was an internship at Salesian School, an Ofsted-rated Outstanding state school in Surrey. I taught physics to Years 7, 10 and 12, both through full lessons and more tailored assistance for smaller groups. I have been tutoring since graduating, mostly focussing on mathematics at A Level, but ranging all the way from KS2 to third year undergraduate physics. This has also been through a variety of formats, from regular weekly sessions to concentrated periods of teaching, including residentials.
I have a great passion for learning, and mathematics in particular, which has shaped my life. Beyond my area of formal education, I try to cultivate interests in classics, history and philosophy. Above all, I hope to achieve two things with my students: firstly, to instil in them that same enjoyment of learning that is the source of endless motivation and confidence, and can turn uphill struggles into rewarding challenges; and secondly, to provide the large-scale picture, without which it can be hard to see the wood through the trees.