The Easter revision course is a 2-day intensive course at 6 hours both days for maths GCSE. We will be covering all key topic areas of the Edexcel IGCSE maths syllabus and the new (9-1) maths GCSE (all boards). The pace will be intensive and we will aim to revise 2 years work within this […]
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As a private tutor and mentor to young people, I am always looking for ingenious ways to truly connect with students to make teaching and learning as enjoyable as possible. My passion for the humanities and English literature/language has always driven me to seek different ways of true appreciation. Below I’ve listed three of my […]
It is totally true that “it was different when we were at school”. Especially when you consider the new GCSE structure due to start this summer. Following on from the positive response of the interview styled blog, I’ve switched the power into the hands of parents to dispel some of the most common myths about […]
For purposes of anonymity I will give the students a code name, our private school attendee will be called ‘Tom’ and our state school attendee ‘Jerry’. They are both 12 and a half years old, and I asked them both the same questions in a relaxed comfortable environment. Neither of them had access to the […]
I’ve been through the standardised education system in the United Kingdom and I have to say, I was not and still am not, impressed. As a student I’ve experienced both private school education and state school education, which if I’m completely honest are almost identical. In a private school system your class sizes are smaller […]
The build-up and anticipation of the events surrounding Christmas seem to come sooner every year and whether you celebrate it or not, it is impossible to ignore the celebratory cheer. Which department store will bring us the most magical, nostalgic TV advert; which high street coffee retailer will release the most festive themed latte? But […]
Many students may feel mock exams are unnecessary or even cruel, a process that simply adds to the vast pressures they feel already. But this is simply not true. Yes they happen in December, a time for festive spirit, a month where many of us are winding down ready for a fresh new year, so […]
Autumn. A season of change. One which brings a palette of warm colours to the trees, crisp, cooler temperatures to the air and darker evenings to ease us gently into winter. Autumn. A season of decisions. Where students begin their UCAS applications and make important choices for their future education. A crucial time where both […]
With the October half-term fast approaching we thought we would do some detective work and see what interesting (and of course educational) things were happening around us so you don’t miss out. And as excepted, London has some exceptionally unique and interesting events and experiences for children and families lined up. Here, we share TTN’s […]
Everyone has a story. Private tutor Muhammad Ali, working from his Romilly Road home, talks about his love of maths, physics and Islington. Interview by Nicola Baird. Muhammad Ali, Cambridge PhD, homeschooler and Islington tutor: “Maths is easier with a good tutor. Muhammad Ali doesn’t just share a famous name with the great boxer, […]