Annabelle is a highly skilled tutor who holds a PGCE and is a qualified teacher. She is passionate about helping students achieve their potential and beyond and has a proven record improving student outcomes. She is a history teacher at the Charter School East Dulwich and a University of Bristol graduate, achieving high academic results throughout her education and having a number of published works. She has also worked in schools in Uganda, helping improve the teacher training provision there. Alongside this, she has been working with the University of Reading to deliver lectures for their current teachers in training.
Annabelle has been working as a teacher for over two years and has experience of improving student attainment and tutoring one-on-one. She has strong communication and inter-personal skills and is experienced at working with students with SEN needs and from disadvantaged backgrounds. She also has effectively worked with students whose first language is not English. She believes that all students, regardless of background and ability, deserve access to quality education and ensures that her student’s needs are tailored to. As part of this, she creates personalized resources for her students based on their ability and academic goals. She also understands the value in a collaborative relationship with parents and carers, and is committed to ongoing communication of each student’s progress and needs.
Annabelle is familiar with the AQA and Edexcel history courses, at both GCSE and A Level, and has examined exam papers for these courses. She has perfected efficient and effective methods for revision and exam technique. Her experience as both a teacher and a tutor means she is in a unique position to ensure that students’ work aligns closely with what is expected of them and their targets are not only achievable, but able to be exceeded.