Science Tutors and Tuition
Science teaching - A Level, IGCSE, GCSE ,Secondary and Primary.
Luckily, our group has teachers who are either currently employed in schools or very recently retired heads of department for Biology, Physics, Chemistry and Computer science, who are still examiners for all the main exam boards.
Having a mentor for particular sciences allows discussion and investigation between student and teacher. It can bring a wider understanding and knowledge, but can sow the seeds for a love of science and the possibility of scientific research becoming a lifelong passion.
At A Level, high grades guarantee good university choices and that aim is more achievable when a student can be guided through their course by a professionally qualified and experience tutor. The experience of the teacher/tutor means good choices are made, before and after examinations.
Our teachers always aim to make lessons interesting and fun, in order to awaken a love of the subject. Some science subjects are difficult, but, with expert guidance, success is achievable.
The opposite is also true. If GCSE science, for example, is taught badly, no spark is likely to ignite in the student and it a promising student may not continue along the path of science or consider it as a possible career choice.
A helping hand can be the difference between mediocrity and triumph. As a group, we always hope to change the outlook of our students with enthusiasm, expertise and dedication to their individual success.
We cover A Level, IGCSE, GCSE, Secondary, SATS and Primary, all with separate specialist teachers in Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Co- ordinated Science and Computer Science / Studies.