Nicholas Fox - Private Tutor in Central London
Nicholas is a recent graduate of the University of Cambridge, where he studied Preclinical Medicine before moving to pursue global health projects. After a stint at the World Health Organisation Nicholas completed an MSc in International Health Policy at the London School of Economics and now works for the National Health Service in England. With a mother as a teacher, and many other family members working in education, he was exposed to the world of education at an early age, and has experience in working with children of all ages covering a variety of subjects. He has also spent time teaching in China and Kenya during university holidays.
Subjects I Teach
My Education & Qualifications
London School of Economics, 2015 – 2016
International Health Policy (MSc):
University of Cambridge, 2012 – 2015
Pre-Clinical Medicine (BA): 2:1
My Tutoring & Teaching Experience
Over the years I have taught both nationally and internationally. I initially gained experience working as a teaching assistant in a local primary school, covering a variety of subjects. This led to my teaching English in China and a combination of English, Mathematics and Science in Kenya.
Having studied Medicine, I now focus my tutoring on the sciences, as well as the ISEE/SSAT, and other school and university entrance exams. I have worked with students of all ages from 7-18, providing targeted exam/subject support as well as broader mentoring and development.
My Approach to Tutoring
Over the years I have worked with students of all ages and abilities around the UK and globally, with a focus on the sciences, having studied Medicine at Cambridge University. I believe that tutoring should involve a two-way dialogue, with students having every opportunity to discuss their thoughts and ideas. Beyond simply teaching the relevant material, I hope to increase a student’s confidence in his or her own abilities through the tutoring sessions. Working closely with people is something I thoroughly enjoy, and believe that I am an amicable and friendly, but academic, tutor who is easy to get along with and work with.
Fun Facts About Me
I tutor alongside working for the National Health Service in England. Outside of work I enjoy travelling, exploring new cultures and languages, cooking and hosting dinner parties, chess and various sports.
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