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GCSE Chemistry and Physics Tuition

Helping your child to achieve their very best in GCSE Science

We are delighted that our Science teacher, Sarah, has decided to offer more sessions to help students achieve their very best in GCSE Science. Sarah offers tuition in either Physics or Chemistry or can offer both in alternating lessons.

Now taking bookings for September 2022

Current Availability

Thursdays: 18:00-19:00

If you are unsure whether online tuition is the right decision for you we always encourage new students to book just one lesson initially. There is no tie-in contract, we provide the tuition for as long as you require whether it is one month or two years...

 

Meet Sarah - Our Chemistry and Physics GCSE Teacher

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Teaching experience

I have a BSC degree in geology and twelve years experience of teaching science in secondary schools, including being Lead in science. I worked as a scientist for 17 years before retraining as a teacher.


Why do you tutor Chemistry and Physics?

Science was my favourite subject at school, and I always wanted to be a scientist. I worked as a research scientist for Defra for 17 years, and in my teaching I aim to make links between the science being taught and its application to the world we live in.  I taught in a high school throughout both Covid Lockdowns. I am fully aware of the impact that this had has on school pupils, both in their confidence and the gaps in the curriculum caused by reduced time in school. Through tutoring, I can help to address both of these areas to make students more confident, and to catch up with the skills and content needed to succeed in their GCSE exams.

Other interests

Cycling, walking, swimming, playing tennis, learning the piano and making clothes.

Recent reviews from our parents

'I would highly recommend science tutor Sarah Rollo. She has really helped my daughter to understand some challenging chemistry concepts. She is encouraging and supportive and my daughter has gained much more confidence and a greater understanding of her science GCSEs.'

by Kirsty M