Hi, I am a qualified Architect located in London from an academic background and have over 4 years tutoring experience.
I graduated in July 2010 from the University of Westminster where I studied a Bachelor`s in Architecture; completed my Master`s in July 2018 from the University of Greenwich after researching critiques of narrative constructs within Architecture; and have since been working within an Architectural practice based Im Waterloo.
Friendly, reliable and approachable; my aim is to assist in a logical manner, creating a relaxed working relationship where you can understand your strengths as well as working together through any difficulties.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Availability: Monday to Friday: Available from 6pm for those in the Waterloo area and after 6:30pm across London.
Saturday to Sunday: Between 10am and 6pm across London.
I am flexible regarding the study location whether it be home or coffee shop, the choice is yours.
Willing to travel: 15 miles
Experience: - As well as working in practice, and out of office hours, I have aided a range of students studying multiple degree level Architecture related disciplines over a total of 5 years.Contact this Tutor
- Whilst studying for my Bachelors degree, I tutored two GCSE students in Math both have progressed to excel in their choice of A Levels and are aspiring to go to University. I have also aided these particular students with the UCAS application process and have helped in constructing their personal statements for entry into their chosen careers, Optometry and Architecture.
- Prior to this, alongside my GCSE and A Level studies, I voluntarily tutored students at a local nonprofit community centre where drop-in classes after school were held. These sessions were led by my former Maths teacher whom I assisted for 3-4 hours once per week for a period of almost 2 years. Groups of up to 35 students from the ages of 6 to 17 attended the evenings with varied questions regarding school topics ranging from the academics of Maths, English and Science to the Languages. I believe that one-to-one sessions with the student are imperative to their full understanding this was an extremely rewarding experience all in all.
- As well as this, for 7 months I voluntarily assisted at the Bradford And District Autistic Support Group. This is a registered charity, set up to help families with children on the autistic spectrum I supported the running of a number of activities and classes for children between the ages of 7 and 18.
- As a mentor at the Windsor Fellowship in 2010 I helped to deliver a twist on personal development. The charity was one which enabled those from an ethnic minority to realise their self worth and academic potential. The work I was directly involved with helped young GCSE students navigate pathways to educational and career success and become confident, active role model citizens.