Avisha T

Academic Qualifications 

Dr Challoner’s High School, Amersham

A-Levels: Mathematics (D), Chemistry (D), Economics (D)

AS Levels: Biology (D)

GCSE: 9 A’s, 2 B’s, including A grades in Mathematics and English Language

BA (Hons) Accounting and Finance, Birmingham City University (2.1)

Teaching Experience

Love Learning Tutors

Common Entrance: 8+, 11+, 13+, CEM

GCSE: Maths, English, Sciences, Gujarati

A-Level: Maths

Explore Learning

Tutoringchildren aged 5-14 in Maths, English and 11+, accurately marking written work and practice papers with attention to detail and helping to maintain centre to high standards. Encouraging children to strive for the best and reach their “Fearless Learning Targets”.

Succeed in Secondary (SIS) Coordinator– planning the curriculum for SIS and inspiring children transitioning into secondary school, and those already in secondary school, to enhance their skills for the future through fun and exciting projects.


Skills and Interests

Bollywood Dance - Choreographing Bollywood dance and organising performances

Charity work

Cooking and Baking


Musical Instruments – Flute, Harmonium


Work Experience

Selfridges – Sales Associate

Cansdales Ltd (Accountancy Firm) – Work Placement

Brownes Old Sweet Shop – Sales Assistant

Personal Statement

I first became interested in tutoring when looking for a part time job whilst at university.  Having been tutored myself, I find the achievement felt by the child is something so special, I want to be able to give that to them by passing on my knowledge. 

Having had the privilege to attend a top grammar school, I’ve been taught in structured and exciting ways, which I feel has provided the basis to my teaching techniques.  Making lessons individualised to each student’s needs, working towards targets set between myself, the parent and the child, I plan my lessons in such a way that will keep the child engaged with fun learning techniques.

Whilst working as a tutor at Explore Learning, I saw a number of children through 11 plus exams, and it was a joy to hear when they had passed and gained a place in the school of their choice, particularly those who’s confidence was fairly low.  Having been in their position, I was able to relate to what they were going through, which gave them the confidence to believe in themselves and achieve what they thought they couldn’t.

I believe tutoring is an effective way to build upon skills and confidence in subjects in a more comfortable environment, giving an insight and understanding around the subject which may not be covered under the national curriculum. Being able to relate to the student and form a bond with them, which you would not normally able to do at school, puts a child at ease and is part of the success of development through tutoring and enjoyment in subjects they may have originally disliked.

Having recently finished higher education, I am able to relate to the stresses and emotions through the exam period, and through these I can help a student to understand and find the best ways for them to make that period as smooth as possible.