Seun recently qualified as a teacher through the Teach First leadership development programme. Having spent a year teaching GCSE Mathematics at a struggling inner-city comprehensive, he has learnt the importance of being able to adapt his teaching style according to the needs of his pupils.
Having worked with pupils aged 11-16, Seun has developed a keen interest in helping pupils demystify the mathematical misconceptions which tend to pose problems in the 11+ and 13+ Common Entrance exams and at GCSE and A level.
After leaving Trinity, Croydon with 3 As in Maths, Music and Spanish, Seun
went on to Durham University to study Arabic and Spanish, engaging with various methods of literary criticism alongside the linguistic, social and political dimensions of Spanish-speaking and Arabic-speaking worlds.
Seun has worked as a travel writer in Salamance, Spain, studied classical Arabic poetry in Beirut, Lebanon, and is now studying for a Masters in Near and Middle Eastern Studies at SOAS.