Kalyani (Tutor in London)
Royal Veterinary College (Universit...
Imperial College London
Science Media Production
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Information about Kalyani
Hi! I`m Kalyani. I am currently working as a television researcher on a programme called `How the Universe Works`. I have completed a science media production master`s at Imperial College London and I did my undergraduate degree at the Royal Veterinary College. I absolutely love science hence why I want to be a tutor and inspire future generations to go into science (or just like it a little bit more!). I also did 4 languages for GCSE and have a passion for different languages so would be open to tutoring those too (particularly French, for which I did an AS level in). My philosophy is that every child is different and learns differently and my teaching style reflects that. I put emphasis on problem solving rather than rote learning, which I believe puts children in good stead for the future.
Availability: I`m free during evenings and weekends
Willing to travel: 10 miles
Experience: I have been tutoring science for a few years now, both GCSE and A Level students. All of my students have really enjoyed how I explain things and how enthusiastic I am. I`ve also studied a Science Communications course at Imperial. I have taught swimming to disabled children in the past and also taught English and Science to a French boy at primary school level.