Student-centric tuition and coaching using the most effective tools and technology. Designed to maximise your personal acdemic performance and potential.
''Education is my passion. I've been in the industry my whole life as a student, research sicentist, tutor, and consultant''.
I know what it takes to be successful in academia. You can learn from my experience.
Using proven strategies to make learning more efficient and focus on what really matters to achieve results.
Adopting methods to quickly identify your knowledge gaps and develop excellent exam technique.
Focusing on areas of personal and skill development such as organisation, time-management and independence.
Developing self advocacy and a strategy designed to complement your unique personality, strengths and abilities.
Using the best technology for online learning and to assist you in automating tasks and tracking progress.
Building a personalised revision library with learning aids, exam resources and your online lessons.
Helping you to excel in your science subjects. I've worked with hundreds of students from leading UK Independent, International and Grammar schools.
I have been recieiving support from Scott for the past 2 years for help with Biology and Chemistry A-level. He has been incredible, focusing on tailoring the sessions to my specific learning needs (full review)
Anushka Schwager -Patel
Liverpool Medical Student
Scott started tutoring our daughter after a poor set of exam results. She loved maths and chemistry but couldn't get to grips with physics. She achieved a Grade 9 having been her weakest subject (full review)
Former Jack Wills CEO
5.0 out of 5 stars (80+ reviews)
His commitment to his students is clear from day one. He was genuinely interested in my son and wanted to understand his needs so they could get the best from the sessions (full testimonial)
Scott is an exceptional tutor. He inspires my daughter to do her best and after every session with Scott, I'm amazed at how she grasps concepts confidently. His teaching is truely outstanding (full testimonial)
Alex quickly became more confident in these subjects and was able to tailor the lesson plan with Scott for each session to ensure the focus was on the areas he was struggling with (full testimonial)
Our son felt lost with his science studies and certainly lacked confidence for the subjects. Before working with Scott, the mock results for all sciences were C, final grades were all A* (full testimonial)
Parent of Henry
Scott tutored me thoughout my GCSE, in all three sciences and now in A Level Biology. Despite being severly dyslexic and needing a statement I became one of the highest achievers at my school (full testimonial)
Scott tutored our son on a weekly basis for a year in A level physics. He explained complex issues clearly and gave our son a level of confidence which he was previously lacking (full testimonial)
Parent of Sam
Here are the answers to some commonly asked questions.
I no longer take requests to travel to homes for a few reasons:
1. I beleive that the quality of tuition can actually be enhanced online with the current level of technology. In addition, more of the time is spent teaching/learning online and the student often feels more comfortable. Here are some of my thoughts on the benefits of online tutoring for students.
2. It saves a lot of time travelling between clients which means I can allowcate more time to tutoring.
3. It enables me to tutor internationally and not be restrcited to the local area.
4. It is a COVID-friendly option.
Yes, I a registered with the DBS Update Service. My DBS certificate number is 001518717048 and was issued on 09/02/2016.
Here is a list of some of the Independent and International schools my students have studied at:
Cheltenham Ladies' College
Egerton Rothesay School
Godolphin and Latymer School
Latymer Upper School
North London Collegiate School
Pipers Corner School
St Albans High School for Girls
St Pauls School
The Beacon School
The Chalfonts Independent Grammar School
The Royal Grammar School
The Royal Masonic School for Girls
Mostly 14-20. Those studying towards GCSE's, A-Levels and Degree (or equivalent).
Yes, I teach maths at GCSE/iGCSE and often combine it with science tuition.
This varies depending on the requirments of the parent and the progress of the student. I speak with some parents on a weekly basis through email, text or phone. Other parents are happy to have an update on a slightly less frequent basis. This is something we usually establish on the first stratgey session when we outline a plan and how we will measure progress. In all cases, I have devloped a very good working relationship with the parents as I think it's incredibly important to have everyone pulling in the same diretion.
My online platform of choice is Bramble because it offers everything without needing additional software. There is nothing to download, each student has their own unique link and the online classroom is fast and simple to use. It also enables the student to save and download their work after every session and build their own online revision library.
I am also very familar with Google Meet, Google Docs, Zoom, Bitpaper, Skype and many other software used to teach online. So if the student is very keen on using a particular tool or resource that can be always be arranged. The main purpose of the technology is to enhance the learning opportunity and provide an excellent and comfortable online experience in each lesson for the student.
As a minimum requirement, a device (PC/Laptop/tablet) and a good internet connection is all that is required. However, some great cost effective additions I would recommend are a drawing tablet and set of headphones. If the student has something to draw with (either a drawing tablet or touchscreen device) they tend to be a lot more acitvely involved in the session, which is hugley beneficial for their learning.
Contact me if you would like to know more about specific online tutoring setups.
Yes, I have a full catelogue of examination papers, learning resources and profiling tools that all of my students get access to.
While I prefer to teach individuals, due to the fact you can really personalise the lessons, I do consider groups (of no more than 4 students at a time).