Laura is a friendly and enthusiastic tutor with a strong academic background who hopes to inspire students to engage more with Sciences and Mathematics.
Currently Laura is doing her PhD in Biochemistry at the Institute of Cancer Research. She has A Levels in five subjects (Mathematics, Chemistry, German, Biology, Politics /Economics) and one undergraduate degree in Chemistry and Biochemistry as well as a postgraduate degree in Biochemistry that she obtained in Munich, Germany.
Laura benefits from considerable experience in tutoring students aged between 7 and 15. Her tutoring approach is mainly characterized by her patience and her ability to individually adapt the lessons to the student’s requirements to achieve the maximal benefit for the student. Laura is convinced that building up a relationship of trust with the student is really important to generate an open and productive learning environment. Seeing the students progressing and reaching their aims among building their confidence is what motivates Laura most.
“My son got a scholarship (we found out today), so we are very grateful for all Emmanuel did. My son really enjoyed the tutorials; they gave him confidence and polished his exam technique.”
Tom Fenton is a marvellous tutor, striking a perfect balance of erudition, encouragement, judicious pressure, kindness and humour. His work with my daughter produced stellar results in the form of three scholarships; I can’t recommend him too highly.