Other Tutors

As I meet more and more tutors via the Indie Tutors Group (follow them on twitter) I am hoping to compile a list of tutors who have similar values and experience to myself.

Tutors who are independent, experienced, fully professional, and have a passion for education.


Elizabeth Pywell : English and Drama tutor based in York, North Yorkshire and Online
Elizabeth began her career as an English and Drama teacher and spent a decade in York’s private schools, including Ampleforth College and The Mount School, teaching children how to love words.

Elizabeth’s Website

Matthew Barnes : Biology A Level and Medical School Entrance
With degrees in zoology, entomology and tropical agriculture from Oxford, London and Reading Universities, Mathew has been tutoring for over 20 years. Mathew is a full-time online only tutor with several years of experience.

Mathew’s Website


Sarah Labiner : Classical singing teacher- London
Sarah is a professional opera singer currently singing with the English National Opera and has been teaching for over 10 years. A graduate of the Royal College of Music, Sarah’s students have achieved acceptance into the top UK conservatoires, competition and scholarship awards, a high record of exam distinctions, and recognition for excellence.

Sarah’s Website


Atul Rana : Maths and Physics as well as working with students with dyscalculia

Atul has a PhD and MEng from Imperial College. Teaching solely online and excels at getting the best from his students. He is a passionate communicator- have a look for the videos on his website!

Atul’s Website



Nigel Straney : Chemistry A-level

Nigel is a qualified and highly experienced Chemistry teacher and tutor. He is also an A-level examiner. Nigel is an extremely successful and very thoroughly prepared teacher, currently offering syllabus specific tuition to both UK and International students. He also offers Chemistry video tuition courses as an alternative to 1-to-1 tuition. For more details, please look at his website.

Nigel’s Website


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