Amy’s empathetic and good-humoured nature has made her a successful tutor with children and young adults (KS1 to A-Level) since 2013. She has continually helped students surpass their predicted grades by encouraging a creative learning environment that plays to their individual strengths and interests.
Amy has an impressive academic record, with straight A grades at A-Level and a BA (Hons) in English Literature and Theatre Studies from the University of Leeds. She has since trained as an actor at The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art and has worked nationally, internationally and in the West End for seven years. She is the Resident Director of Magic Goes Wrong (Vaudeville Theatre) and has recently taken her first job in TV production.
Her teaching approach is based on understanding and encouragement, specialising in essay writing and exam technique for English Language and Literature at KS3, GCSE and A-Level.
“Amy is a fantastic tutor, very enthusiastic, engaging and has built a great rapport with our son conducting lessons in a fun and dynamic way. Amy is very patient and very good at passing on areas of focus and development so we have a clear indication on his progress. We are very grateful to Amy and amazed at our Son’s progress thanks to her guidance, her sessions are fun and engaging which helps to build up his confidence which in turn generates better results! I would highly recommend Amy as an effective tutor.”
“Amy was a positive and creative tutor, she built an excellent rapport with her and particularly helped with developing her comprehension and creative writing, and with her reasoning skills. Amy was able to provide a lot of support in terms of exam and interview technique and outside reading my daughter could do. Having now received the results we are delighted that our daughter received four offers from independent schools including two scholarships. We are very grateful to Amy for supporting our daughter through this challenging period and for helping her achieve this excellent results.”