Meet Our Tutors Of Tutor Doctor Central Southampton & Salisbury
My name is Pasha. I'm a 3rd year Maths and Management Science student at St Andrews University. I have been working as a tutor for the last 5 years and in that time I have provided one-one tutoring both in person and online for GCSE & A-Level maths with excellent results.
I also provided online tutoring to the children of frontline NHS workers during the coronavirus crisis, as one of a team of 12 university students taking part in this innovative volunteering initiative. Together we delivered a total of 240 one-on-one remote Maths lessons to 48 children of the staff at The Royal Marsden, one of the world’s leading hospitals for cancer treatment.
Aside from working as a tutor I have been a lifeguard and a summer camp instructor, meaning I spend a lot of my time working with children. Seeing them succeed at school as a result is hugely rewarding and is one of my favourite things about this job.
My name is Shelley. I have been teaching since 2009. I have worked as a Director of Studies (DOS), English for Academic Purposes (EAP) lecturer, and young learner specialists, in Spain, Italy, Mexico and the UK.
I have masters degrees in Child Studies, Translation Studies, and TEFL and Applied Linguistics from universities in Spain, Sweden and the UK. I am passionate about the student’s experience in the language class and how we can bring personalisation into the class to promote engagement. In addition to teaching, I write ESL/EFL (English as a second language and English as a foreign language) content, and materials for teacher training and blogs.
I have taught many different age groups and nationalities and helped these students to achieve their goals. I look forward to helping you on your language learning journey.
I am a fully qualified laser scientist. Whilst I was doing my PhD at Oxford I discovered how much I enjoyed sharing my knowledge and teaching others about the subjects I love.
When I started teaching, over 30 years ago, I was teaching mechanics to chemistry students in colleges and privately tutoring physics students. Since then I have taught mathematics and physics at all educational stages and chemistry to GCSE level.
Hello, my name is Elisha. I'm an avid creative writer and published three novelettes as a teenager. Currently, I'm completing my fourth year of a Primary Education degree at the University of Winchester. My specialisms include primary science, neurodiversity in education and philosophy for children. I have experience with all primary year groups and feel passionately about providing children with a well-rounded and personalised education. One of my favourite aspects of teaching is sparking childrens immense curiosity with creative, exciting learning experiences.
I am Alastair. I was grew up South West of London but lived most of my adult life in South Africa. I have always been a teacher, but my teaching has taken many forms – in the classroom, as the Head teacher, as a management trainer, on a newspaper and as a university lecturer. More recently, I have been tutoring online and have enjoyed working with small groups and with individual students. As I am more naturally a facilitator, this kind of teaching really suits me. It enables me to meet specific needs and to a large extent the student determines the content and influences the method. I believe that most students can overcome their academic challenges, just sometimes they need a little help, and they always need loads of confidence. That’s what I’m here for.
My main subjects are History, Religious Studies and English and I tend to specialise in GCSE and A-level. I have three Master’s degrees which cover History, Education and Religion Studies respectively, and have taught all these subjects up to at least A-Level.
I am an educator of thirty years professional experience within schools and universities in the UK and overseas. I am a qualified secondary school teacher and have an ongoing commitment to Durham University’s Department for Continuing Academic Development.
My interest lies in working with individuals of all ages and stages to boost motivation and unlock potential by finding strategies that work for them. I have taught KS 3,4 & 5 as well as tutored on the IB programme for children attending international schools and students preparing for higher studies. I have extensive teaching experience in English language too having worked for the British Council and tutored children in English to enter ECIS schools.
While my training was in history, geography and intercultural communications I also work with science students and recently helped a group of students in Mexico prepare for post-graduate and doctoral studies in the UK.
In my spare time I like to be a student too and have recently audited an MA for module for Margaret Beaufort Institute of Theology, Cambridge in Moral Development, Reasoning and Decision Making.
Whether it might be navigating an exam syllabus, coping with basic literacy and numeracy, or developing more advanced critical thought, I really enjoy seeing individuals realise their potential, find pleasure in learning, and flourish.
My name is Kat. I’m a PhD student in Cultural Studies and a doctoral tutor at the University of Sussex. I am also a published poet and freelance writer.
I love working with people of all ages and believe in building confidence in students by tailoring how I teach to their learning needs. Teaching is a mutual process. Since my research is so interdisciplinary, I am able to teach a broad range of subjects to undergraduate level. Primarily these include English, Media, Politics, and French.
My name is Trevor and I am a qualified and experienced teacher from the UK. I have been teaching for over twenty years in private and International schools in the UK and in Thailand. I have taught ESL classes, academic classes and have been a homeroom teacher at Primary and Secondary levels. I have also taught Citizenship, Values, PSHE, Design, and Business English to adults.
Over the last twenty years, living between the UK and Thailand, I have had considerable experience working with different school curriculums; American, British, IPC (International primary curriculum), and IB (International Baccalaureate). I have also held numerous roles such as; School Principal, Academic Director, Assistant Principal, Business Manager, Parent Relations, and Student Affairs Manager. I have also led two successful school accreditations with W.A.S.C. (Western Association of Schools & Colleges).
In addition, I have taught English online for over ten years. I always love teaching my students and can be described as super friendly, creative, motivated, very patient and ready to help. I have attended many workshops throughout my teaching career which have helped me to achieve excellent results with my students.
I believe that learning is a gift, and that students need to be steered, empowered, and motivated, so that they can recognize their own potential.
My name’s Owen. I’m a fourth-year student at the University of Southampton, studying a Masters in Marine Biology. I’m particularly interested in Jellyfish Ecology and Data Science, but I’ve done a wide range of lab, field and boat work during my time here.
I have been working as a maths tutor since I was 16. GCSE Maths is my primary focus – I really enjoy helping my students understand difficult concepts. Next year, I will begin my Teacher training to qualify as a secondary school maths teacher,