Each and every one of our tutors is chosen based on not only their own love of learning, but their love of teaching too! The TAG Team are self-confessed geeks and we wear that accolade with pride and our goal is to make you love our subject as much as we do.
Amy has been tutoring, inspiring and mentoring children for nearly a decade; not only across all syllabuses and ages but across the world as well! Whether it’s homeschooling, revision boot camps or weekly one-to-ones, she teaches kids to shine and thrive in environments expertly engineered to their needs.
Amy studied at the University of Cambridge in English, graduating with a BA and MA(Cantab). She adores books, speaks French fluently and worked as a Journalist – a Food and Arts Reviewer – before beginning TAG and setting her sights on inspiring kids to achieving marks and goals beyond their wildest dreams.
Kerry has over 25 years experience in teaching Maths and Computer Science to the highest level and our students love her! Although she is currently studying Computing and IT and has an MA in Computational Linguistics, Kerry’s first degree was German – which she also teaches!
Erika is a full-time tutor who graduated from Cambridge with a BA in History before completing her MA in Legal and Political Theory at UCL. She is a lively and engaged teacher who thrives in helping students gain top marks in essays! She has a multi-disciplinary approach and teaches philosophy, English and Critical Thinking alongside her History curriculum.
Shefali recently Graduated from Cambridge with a First Class degree in MML after having won the academic prize for being first in her year in Italian! She teaches the culture, arts and linguistics of languages to make sure students can live and breathe the beauty of the words. Shefali also has TEFL qualification and teaches English.
Pepper is Amy’s Black Cockapoo puppy, she’s absolutely full of beans and loves nothing more than having a classroom full of children to play with. She loves chasing balls and reading books (not joking, she quite frequently steals them from the library!).