A student myself, I understand the pressures of meeting deadlines and grades. I take an organised and methodic approach to learning- using mind maps, flashcards and other materials to encourage memory recall. There are no silly questions as far as I am concerned! We will focus on topics that you may struggle with and unravel them so they become simple for you, all whilst keeping focus of the bigger picture. I will also provide some free material for you to use which will encourage you to relax your mind and improve your cognitive function whilst you are not studying or revising!
I am able to tutor all levels of education up to Year 1 at University level.
I look forward to meeting you! :)
I am new to tutoring professionally, however, I have trained people in several different employment sectors ( including teams of 10+ people) and I love teaching. I help university students gain confidence and improve their grades with my supportive coaching. I am also the proud recipient of the Gold Crest Award from the British Science Association, showing my dedication to the subject.
Please note that the £3 cost of travel is an estimate for bus fare and is dependant on your location. If you live central to Inverness, it will most likely be within walking distance of my home. If you live outside of the city centre, for example, Culloden, the bus rates vary. This is something I'm happy to discuss :)
Gold Crest Award – Awarded by The British Science Association for research conducted at Attingham Park, Shropshire on the population of small mammals and the effect on the National Trust landscape.
Awarded rank of Second Lieutenant in The Army Cadet Force
Chosen as Prefect, Head of House, Librarian and Peer Mentor at The Stonehenge Secondary School
QUALIFICATIONS AND EDUCATION
• The Open University BSc (Hons) Natural Sciences
Current modules: Biology of survival and Cell Biology. Previous modules: Year 1: Investigative and mathematical skills in science and Topics in science. Year 2: Earth Sciences.
• Brockenhurst Sixth Form College and Shrewsbury Sixth Form College
Geology A2 (B), Biology A2 (C), Environmental Studies AS (B), Photography (A)
• The Stonehenge Secondary School 11 GCSEs, grades A-B, including Maths and English
03/18 – 08/18: Operations Coordinator and Receptionist at Highland Aviation
My primary duties here include maintaining a constant awareness of aircraft serviceability in correlation to the schedule and to facilitate and schedule their maintenance. Duties are also to ensure the company works in compliance with EASA and CAA regulations by ensuring the completion and retention of adequate documentation. As a customer facing role, It is also my duty to provide efficient and friendly customer service- by providing hospitality and refuelling of guest aircraft and managing accounts and payments.
04/17 – 02/18: Call Centre Customer Service Advisor at Conduit Global
This role involves answering inbound telephone calls from British Gas customers where a friendly and helpful attitude, patience and good listening skills are essential. Personal tasks include booking engineers and appointments, locating parts, informing National Grid of emergencies and ensuring all customers receive a helpful and pleasant experience.
03/16 – 03/17: Usher at Showcase Cinema de Luxe
This was a very hands-on and customer facing role with duties varying from directing customers to the right place, reporting to the screen technician any faults with screens, cleaning, handling any customer queries or concerns and completing paperwork by keeping count of ticket stubs throughout the day.
09/15 - 02/16: Christmas Sales Advisor at Whittard of Chelsea
Here I needed strong product knowledge on over 100 different teas whilst also creating tea tastings for customers that wished to try something specific. Customers would regularly come in asking advice for specific health requirements, having a personal interest in holistic remedies; I could give sound advice on various things to try.
10/14 – 09/15: Assistant bar manager at The Cosy Club
I had a huge amount of responsibility in this role which included opening and setting up, cashing up, training new staff, bar management, stock and quality management and creating a vintage, cocktail atmosphere. I also volunteered for numerous extra responsibilities such as creating and setting up the Valentines Day restaurant layout, presentations in the main entrance for several special events, responding to Trip Advisor and Facebook feedback online and I created an Instagram page with my own photography to advertising things happening on site.
09/12 – 09/14: Supervisor and store Coffee Master at Starbucks
I fully immersed myself into personal development in this position. During my A-levels, I worked full time as a supervisor whilst also completing my Coffee Master certification. Becoming the store Coffee Master allowed me to conduct coffee tastings twice a day with colleagues and customers- describing the origins and washing techniques for each type of coffee bean. In this role, I was responsible for training staff on coffee quality and I also made sales targets which were not only beaten but significantly increased the store's profit.
03/12 – 09/12: Barista Maestro at Costa Coffee
10/11 – 02/12: Christmas weekend associate at British Home Stores
07/11 – 10/11: Sales Advisor at Oswald Bailey Salisbury
Paige is a really good tutor, highly recommend. I wasn’t confident with chemistry at the beginning but she proved me that I was able to do it. I would never of got the grade I got if it wasn’t for her. She’s so easy to get on with and a lovely person in general
Paige helped me through my exams and without her I wouldn't have got the A I wanted. A brilliant tutor who is patient and knowledgeable. Thanks again Paige.
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