Mphil in Physics and PhD in Particle physics
My background, with an MPhil in Physics, has allowed me to bring a great understanding of the subject matter to my students. My experience isn't just limited to the classroom. I spend much of my free time experimenting with electronics, which has fueled my passion for physics and improved my teaching. I often bring my own projects into the sessions. This hands-on approach has proven to be a powerful teaching tool.
I love making physics fun and accessible. I believe in the power of mutual learning, which is why I use tools, illustrations, slides, and practical objects in my lessons. For instance, I might use a simple circuit board to demonstrate electrical principles or use slides to break down theories. I am not just teaching physics. I am encouraging them to see the world through a scientist's eyes.
Ms. Cooper makes complex topics feel simple and engaging. Her slides are always so clear and helpful.
Her classes are never boring. We do actual experiments, and she uses real-life examples that make everything click. Highly recommended if you want to love Physics along with leveling up your grades.
Lily’s depth of knowledge is incredible. She answers every question with clarity, and I can tell she loves what she does.
PhD in Astrophysics
15 years in my teaching career, and each day still feels as inspiring as the first. My students sense my devotion in every lesson, and it’s a privilege to guide them. I have seen many success stories, but the true reward for me is that moment when a student’s eyes light up with understanding. And I do not settle for anything less than that!
My lessons are carefully prepared and I believe in a bespoke approach to teaching that respects the individuality of each student. I listen, adapt, and make a lesson that matches with each student’s pace and style. Questions in my class are not just welcomed; they are celebrated. I am professional and approachable, yet always kind and patient.
Professional, knowledgeable, and kind. Emma is everything you could want in a tutor.
Physics used to be my weakest subject; now, it’s my strongest. A true mentor. Can’t recommend her enough.
I am going to opt for Physics as my university major! Do we need any more words?
With an MPhil in Physics and 8 years of teaching experience, I am more than just a tutor. I’m a passionate educator. My hobbies, including stargazing, building model rockets, and playing the violin, are not pastimes. I also incorporate them in my teaching.
I believe in contemporary learning. In my sessions, students are co-pilots, not passengers. I use cutting-edge digital tools, from simulations to virtual labs, making each session feel like a hands-on exploration rather than a traditional class. I’m an advocate of the ‘learning by doing’ approach. Whether it’s a virtual tour of a particle accelerator or a collaborative project where students design their own simple machines, my teaching is all about active participation. I listen, I respond, and I adapt.
I love how Noah incorporates real-world examples into his teaching. It’s not just theory with him. It’s about understanding how physics shapes our daily lives
Noah is passionate about physics, which is great. But his sessions can be intense, and it can be a bit overwhelming at times.
Noah’s lessons are like a breath of fresh air. He’s creative, engaging, and has a knack for making complicated topics seem simple and intuitive.
MPhil in Condensed Matter and Nanoscale Physics
Hey, I'm Daniel Foster. I’ve been teaching physics for 8 years, and honestly, it’s been an amazing ride. After finishing my MPhil in Condensed Matter and Nanoscale Physics, I jumped right into teaching. I’ve worked with all sorts of students - some who love physics and some who are just trying to get through the class. I get it, and I’m here for all of them. I see myself as more than a teacher; I’m a friend who’s here to help, and I genuinely care about each of my students.
I’m all about keeping things interesting and relatable. Physics isn’t just formulas; it’s the way our world works, and I love showing that to my students. I use lots of visuals like graphs, simple drawings, and computer simulations to make the concepts stick. We might look at a simulation of a roller coaster when we’re talking about energy or throw a ball around when we’re discussing forces. I also use tech tools that let us explore concepts together, even when we’re not in the same room. But it’s not all about the gadgets; it’s about making physics make sense in a way that clicks for each student. Whether that’s connecting lessons to their favourite video game, a recent movie, or just everyday life, I’m here to help them see physics in a new light.
He’s the chill and talented teacher we all need. Makes hard stuff easy and fun.
Mr. Foster is the best! I used to dread physics class, but he makes it so much fun. He once explained projectile motion using scenes from my favourite movie, and it totally clicked for me. He’s super patient and always has time for my endless questions. Thanks for making physics awesome. Highly recommended!
I’ve had a lot of teachers, but Mr. Foster stands out. He doesn’t just read from a textbook; he brings physics to life. We did this cool experiment with pendulums that I still remember. He’s not just a teacher; he’s more like a mentor. Thanks for helping me get the grades I always tried for!
Seven years ago, I stepped into a classroom as a teacher for the first time, and it felt like coming home. Since that moment, I’ve dedicated myself to guiding students through the wonders of physics, celebrating every breakthrough and solving challenges hand-in-hand with them. Over the years, I have guided 302 students, helping them to achieve their academic goals. My experience is diverse, having taught in various settings, from traditional classrooms to one-on-one tutoring sessions. My students often describe me as a mentor who is patient, dedicated, and exceptionally knowledgeable.
To me, it’s impossible to learn physics if it isn’t done in a fun way. I know how boring formulas can be so I use interesting tools. I also use a different approach with each pupil.
I can’t thank Emily enough for her guidance. She doesn’t just teach; she inspires. Her passion for physics is contagious, and her teaching style is both engaging and incredibly effective.
Clear, kind, and incredibly knowledgeable. Emily is top-notch. Highly recommended!
Studying with Emily feels like learning from a friend who just happens to be a physics genius. She’s warm, approachable and makes every lesson feel like an exciting journey.
Master's degree in physics
With 6 years of experience as a Physics tutor, I have helped hundreds of students achieve their potential in A-level Physics. My career began as a teaching assistant during my Ph.D., where I discovered my passion for teaching. Since then, I have worked with students of various learning styles and abilities. I have a proven track record of students significantly improving their grades under my guidance, with many going on to study physics and related fields at prestigious universities.
My tutoring approach is student-centered. I believe in creating a relaxed environment where students feel comfortable asking questions and making mistakes, as this is how true learning occurs. I use a variety of teaching methods, including interactive discussions, problem-solving sessions, and real-world examples, to make physics relatable and engaging. I continuously assess my student's progress and adjust my teaching strategies accordingly. My ultimate goal is to improve my students' grades
I was on the verge of giving up on physics, but Chloe turned that around. She is engaging and makes each lesson enjoyable. I appreciate her practical approach, using everyday examples to explain abstract theories. Thanks to Chloe, I not only passed my A-levels but also developed a love for physics!
Chloe is more than a tutor; she’s a mentor. She not only helped me excel in my A-level physics exams but also guided me through the university application process. I can’t thank her enough.
Chloe is an exceptional tutor. She has a way of breaking down complex concepts into simple, understandable terms. I was struggling with electromagnetism, but after a few sessions with Chloe, it became one of my strongest topics. She’s patient, knowledgeable, and genuinely cares about her students.
For 6 years, I've been a mentor and guide to A-levels students. After earning my MPhil, I entered teaching. Software programming isn't just my hobby. It’s my secret sauce. It lets me make interactive, digital lessons.
I see myself as a storyteller, not just a teacher. Every lesson is a journey through the wonders of physics. I use fun slides, hands-on models, and relatable real-world examples. Imagine learning about quantum mechanics through a simulation that feels like a video game or exploring Newton’s laws with everyday objects right from your kitchen. I’m here to make physics feel less like a textbook and more like an adventure.
Mr. River has his unique ways of making classes more interesting and fun. I liked his presentations which helped me picture all the concepts so well.
Dr. River helped me get grades I have always struggled for. Also, he helped me learn so many easy tools and programs like MS Office as we continued. He is a great teacher with diverse experience and expertise in his subject.
He is a great teacher who always knows how to remain straight on the topic. Very clear in his concepts and answered all my questions in simple yet comprehensive ways.
Mphil in Physics
I hold an MPhil in Physics, and yes, I like to think of myself as a bit of a physics genius. But don't let that intimidate you. I'm here to share that genius with my students, not hoard it. For me, physics is more than equations on a board. I’m an avid gardener, a chess enthusiast, and a weekend painter. These hobbies aren't separate from my teaching; they're a part of it. For instance, I use the strategic thinking required in chess to explain physics theories and the patience I’ve learned from gardening to grow my students’ minds
My lessons are a dialogue, not a monologue. I don’t believe in simply lecturing at my students as I engage with them. I challenge them with thought-provoking questions and urge them to challenge me right back. In my sessions, we solve real-world problems, and I guide my students as they come up with solutions using the principles of physics. I use a variety of teaching tools, from classic paper-and-pencil problem-solving to digital platforms. With me, students don’t just learn physics; they live it.
I love chess and painting like Owen. And he used my hobbies to develop my interest in Physics. He related all the concepts to the art in a way that I now see Physics laws everywhere around me. It’s a completely different learning experience, and I’m all the better for it.
Owen's teaching style is so engaging. He doesn't just tell us the answers; he guides us to discover them ourselves. It’s like learning to think like a physicist.
Owen is a good tutor, but his availability is limited, which makes scheduling sessions a bit of a challenge. Still, I got grades I could never hit earlier.
I’ve always dreamed of becoming a teacher I always wanted to have, a companion with whom they learn how to challenge their boundaries. So, in all my 3 years of teaching, I bring in not only expertise with my Mphil in Optical Physics, but also the empathy every student is looking for. I’m proud of the strong relationships I build with my students.
In our fast-evolving world, I understand the importance of integrating technology into education. I use simulations and fun online platforms to bring physics to life. These tools allow my students to visualise tough concepts, experiment with theories, and see the real-world applications of what they are learning. I also use digital assessments and feedback tools, allowing me to provide timely and constructive feedback.
Mia’s virtual tools are a game-changer. I finally see physics, not just read about it.
I was struggling until I met Mia. She’s patient, and her feedback is always so detailed and helpful.
Mia has a unique ability to connect with her students. She understands struggles and celebrates wins, big or small.