TEAMMeet our team of experienced tutors

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Ashkan Vaziry

Maths Teacher/Coordinator

Qualified Maths Teacher, currently teaching in high school. PhD in Pure Mathematics from King's College London. Over 15 years experience of teaching maths.

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Forough Heidari

Science Teacher

Qualified Science teacher, currently teaching in high school. Master's Degree in Cancer Biology from Queen Mary university. Over 6 year experience of teaching sciences.

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Yalda Nourzai

English Tutor/Coordinator

Qualified English Teacher, currently teaching at high school. Degree in English BA from Birkbeck University. Over 3 years experience of teaching English Language & Literature.

Team Member

Reza ABED

Science Teacher/Coordinator

Qualified science teacher, currently teaching in high school. PhD in Chemical Engineering from Imperial College London. Over 7 years experience of teaching science.

ABOUT US

Our objective is to create an attitude of ‘It may be hard - but I can do it’

 

 

We are proud of our 15 years experience of preparing students to pass their exams with high marks/grades, with 100% pass rate in the following exams:

 

 

"11+ & 13+ Common Entrance Exams"

 

"Common Pre-tests"

 

"Common Academic Scholarship at 13+"

 

"GCSE & IGCSE"

 

"A-levels & Further Maths"

 

 

 

All Platinum Tuition tutors:

 

 

Are Practising School Teachers

 

Have high academic degrees (BSc, MSc, PhD) from Top UK Universities

 

 

 

Our dedicated team of qualified tutors are committed to providing the best learning environment for your children so that they are supported throughout their study.

 

We seek to provide a nurturing environmentg for each individual, where learning becomes not a chore to be ‘got through’ but a journey into the unknown but attainable where the best route for each individual is ascertained and navigated confidently.

 

To ensure that the optimal lesson environment is established and maintained, every lesson will be held on a foundation of mutual respect between tutor and student.

 

"Every child is unique with an individual set of gifts, abilities and talents derived from their kaleidoscopic selection of genes."

 

We recognise that individuality and nurture the innate self-confidence which leads a child to learn successfully. We believe not in fitting the child into the conventional box of knowledge, but in adapting the quest to fit the child’s abilities and thus initiating unique ideas, abilities and attitudes.

 

Our mission at Platinum Tuition is to build the students’ confidence. When students truly understand the content of their subjects, confidence is built and students begin to enjoy learning and challenging themselves with novel applications of what they have learnt.

 

"We are happy only when we see our students make progress and enjoy their learning"

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