I'll start off by getting an understanding of your strengths and weaknesses. It's important to understand this early on so that we can prioritize the right topics. Although we will cover all topic areas, I start by focusing on these areas where we can see the biggest improvement in the shortest amount of time. I aim to always have lessons that are as fun and interesting as possible and I'm a big believer in letting you figure out problems for yourself so you have a full understanding of what we have learnt. Finally, we will do regular recalls of knowledge at the start of lessons and larger tests every so often to reinforce the topics we cover.
Hi, I`m Louis I`m a Gap Year student going to study Business and Management Bsc at the University of York in September.
I`ve got a range of experience teaching subjects that I enjoy, espically Economics, Maths and Computer science. In sixth form, I volunteered to help teach these subjects where the assistant head described my teaching as 'exceptional'. I've got a very good set of skills for helping other people learn effectively and that helped me to become head boy in Year13. With this position, I organised and communicated with a range of people including organising school open evenings where more than 1000 prospective parents and students attend. I'd be happy to help students get in the right mindset and give them the best lessons possible.
National Citizenship Service (NCS) Mentor Summer 2020
Head Boy of Wilmington Grammar School for Boys May 2018 – May 2019
GCSE Grades: 7 GCSE’s at A*/A, 10 GCSE’s at Grade B/6 or above
A-Level Grades: Economics A, Computer Science B, Psychology B
Loves Sports - Football Player and fan, Regular Biker, Routine Runner and Gym Enthusiast
Led student investor team to finish in the top 11.6% of teams in the LIBF Student Investor Challenge
Winner of School Keith White Memorial Award 2016
Peer Mentor, Head of House, Prefect, School Council Leader and Subject Mentor at Wilmington Grammar School for Boys
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