Rebecca is a qualified maths teacher with 15 years’ experience working with students in small groups, 1:1 settings and large classrooms. She loves teaching and is passionate about working with individuals to understand their strengths and help students be successful. She has extensive experience of teaching up to GCSE level and loves working with students, parents and schools to plan tailored, engaging and fun sessions.
Rebecca is friendly, enthusiastic, patient and fully focused on achieving the best results for all her students, helping build confidence and enjoy learning. Her students say she is always willing to find new ways to explain complex concepts, make learning interesting and in every lesson they learn something new that they didn’t understand before. She takes time to get to know everyone’s needs and targets in order to design specific lessons for them.
Rebecca studied Psychology at the University of Nottingham before training to become a secondary maths teacher via the Teach First programme. She spent 8 years teaching in secondary schools in London helping hundreds of students achieve the highest grades. She taught all ages and abilities and has experience teaching a variety of different GCSE exam boards, tutoring students for 11+ and 13+ entrance exams as well as supporting students to build confidence in basic numeracy. She has worked with students with a variety of special educational needs such as dyslexia, dyscalculia, ADHD, autism and emotional and behavioural difficulties.
Rebecca loves working 1:1 with students and has seen the power that personalised learning has on confidence levels and progress when studying maths. She fully believes that, given the right input, all students can be successful with maths. This role as a full-time, professional tutor is therefore the perfect fit for her. In her spare time you will find Rebecca with her family, listening to music, cycling or exploring new places.
Entrance exam experience:
Bede’s Senior School
Royal Russell School