I am patient and understanding, having tutored my sister for her GCSE`s and through my experiences working at a school I understand that different students require different forms of teaching and work at different speeds. I`m prepared to identify your strengths and weaknesses in learning and adapt to teach you in an individualistic way to achieve the best that you can - I believe that in education there are no limits. - I achieved the highest GCSE grades at my high school and received the `Most Academic Girl` Award for my year group.
My prices are negotiable depending on travel/amount of sessions so please do drop me a message if you`re at all interested, I`ll get back to you swiftly. My typical tutoring session is a 2 hour session once a week but I can be flexible if required.
I`m a 5th year medical student in Tooting with teaching experience through working as a Mathematics teacher at a Saturday School since Easter 2017.
I`m experienced in tutoring students from KS2 through to A levels during my spare time, I have the most experienced primarily with KS3/GCSE.
I understand the stress and struggles of exams and I know how challenging it can be for students to get the grades they wish for, especially if they need some extra support away from the classroom.
Thanks so much for reading!
I look forward to hearing from you
My rates do vary slightly when ravelling to students who live further away to accommodate for travel costs and time.
I do not have a cancellation policy - If you cancel a few days before the session we will try to reschedule for that week however I do ask for a few days notice when changing sessions as I usually have a tight schedule.
Kinga is 20 years of age and has currently finished her third year of Medicine at St Georges Medical School, University of London. She has an interest and passion in helping others achieve their full potential. Kinga can communicate clearly and concisely and is committed to Education as can be seen from her school performance. She is a hardworking, enthusiastic and self-motivated individual who constantly seeks out opportunities and challenges to strengthen her attributes.
Kinga is currently working as a private tutor in the Education sector where she is be able to make the most of her skills by providing excellent teaching and advice on revision to those who may require it.
- Biology: A
- Mathematics: A
- Chemistry: B
- AS English Literature: A
GCSE’s: Biology: A*, Mathematics: A*, English Literature: A*, Art: A*, Geography: A*, Chemistry: A, Physics: A, English Language: A, Business: B, French: B, BTEC ICT: Distinction*
⎯ Most Academic Girl 2013
⎯ Highest GCSE grades 2013
⎯ Best in Class Biology 2013
⎯ Best in Class Art 2013
⎯ Best in Class Business 2013
⎯ First Aid Qualification 2016
Employment History/ Work Experience
Independent Private tutor in Mathematics/Science May 2017 – Ongoing
KS3 and GCSE Mathematics Teacher at LCE Saturday School May 2017 - Jan 2018
- Working as part of a community project providing lessons to groups of students
- Preparing resources for lessons and excellent revision techniques
- Differentiating levels of learning to suit student abilities
Teddy Bear Hospital – Student Volunteer September 2015 – 2017
- This is a programme involving going to various primary schools throughout London to teach primary school children about medical related topics.
Subway Coalville – Sandwich Artist June 2015 – September 2016
- Providing excellent customer service in a fast-paced challenging environment
- Food preparation
- Tracked food stock and monitoring expiration dates
- General cleaning, washing up and ensuring store facilities were kept in good quality
Coalville Community Hospital – Volunteer Ward Assistant May 2014 – February 2015
- Housekeeping duties; assisting patients with meals, coffee and tea rounds, helping domestics with bedding and general cleaning, preparing meals and conversing with patients.
- Volunteered at the hospital breakfast club and upper limb group assisting activity coordinators with exercises for cognitively impaired patients.
Silver Oaks Care Home- Volunteer July 2014 to October 2014
- Housekeeping duties; like those previously mentioned.
Woodrow First School: 1 week placement Teaching Assistant July 2013
- Working as a teaching assistant
- Helping with timetabled activities such as paired reading, P.E and swimming lessons
- Supervising children at break and lunchtimes
- Monitoring progress of children in the class diary and giving feedback on reading sessions.
Extracurricular Roles and Activities
⎯ Playing sports; Badminton and Netball.
⎯ Various medical interests: Written 2 academic papers: ‘Should the NHS fund for elective orthopaedic treatment?’ and ‘Why does being deaf impact the socio-emotional and behavioural development of children?’ (2016/2017).
⎯ Volunteer for the Red Cross on Campus Committee at St. Georges University (2016 to present).
⎯ Involved with various projects during sixth form; helped run charity events, supported year 10’s applying for work experience and volunteered as a science mentor for GCSE students during exam time.
⎯ Writing numerous medical and science related articles on my Medical Blog ‘Stethoscopes and Erythrocytes’. Medlink paper regarding social media entitled ‘Organ Donors- Using Social Media to Save lives’ for which I received a distinction (2013-2015).
⎯ Art of brilliance (2013-2014) Member of this organization which is set out to motivate people and change their attitudes towards work, schooling and their life increasing their positivity on life.
DBS check is up to date. (Available on request)
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