Felicity is an inspiring, friendly and dedicated tri-lingual tutor. With 9 years’ experience as a tutor and MFL Volunteer Teaching Assistant, she loves the subjects she teaches and looks to inspire students, whilst trying to find the best techniques to help each student learn and absorb; including memory games and learning tricks for those with dyslexia. Felicity tutors French, Spanish and English from 11+, 13+ Common Entrance to A Level.
She works in expanding the emotional intelligence of a student and confidence building in individuals; helping students understand what is unique to them, whilst making sure they don’t go into interviews sounding like they’ve been prepped. She has been fortunate enough to teach all over the world and with children at both State and Private schools. Felicity is a professional actress and Translator/Writer for theatre. She is also a workshop facilitator and runs confidence courses for children as well as a vocal coach for trainee teachers at TeachFirst, delivering workshops on Physical Presence & Vocal Skills as well as one to one sessions.
She is currently writing a French GCSE revision pack for RSL Educational, soon to be available on Amazon.
She has taught students from:
Alleyns School, Ampleforth, Arnold House, ASL, Bradfield, Channing School, Charterhouse, City of London Girls and Boys, Dragon School, Emmanuel, Eton College, Fine Art School Hampstead, Francis Holland Regents Park and Sloane Square, Godolphin & Latymer, Harrodian, Harrow, Highgate, Hill House, Holland Park Secondary School, International School of London, King Alfred School, Kings College Wimbledon, Leyton Park Reading, Malborough, Malvern St James, New Hall, Newton Prep, North London Collegiate, Pembridge Hall, Princeton University, Queen’s College London, Queensgate School, Regents University, Richmond Park Academy, Rodean, Salusbury Primary School, South Hampstead High School, St Benedicts, St James’ Senior Girls School, St Mary’s Ascot, St Marylebone School, St Nicholas Prep, St Paul’s Boys School, St Thomas’ Battersea and Kensington, The Brit School, The Hall, The Hampshire School, The King Alfred School, Tonbridge, Tudor Hall, Wellington College, Westminster, Weston Barts School, Wetherby and Wycombe Abbey.