Rebecca has experience working with a wide range of ages from Reception to 18 years old. This includes a period of time working with SEN pupils in schools, a field she particularly enjoys.
Rebecca has excellent communication skills, with ability to clearly communicate with children within this group from a variety of cultural, intellectual and socio-economic backgrounds. She was able to adapt material to the children within the group, engaging and stimulating involvement from all. She was able to lead with authority and sensitivity and had respect of the children within the group. (reference from her school)
Rebecca would be an excellent choice for parents whose children require help in any of the following areas: SEN, Primary school subjects, common entrance preparation, GCSE humanities and arts, AS and A level tutoring in English Literature, History, Art, History of Art and General Studies.
Rebecca is a History of Art graduate of the Courtauld Institute of Art, where she was also awarded a prize for a dissertation on the subject of Conceptual art in areas of political unrest (2012). She obtained 4 A levels in the History of Art, Art, English literature and General Studies all at grade A, as well as an additional History AS level, also at Grade A. Rebecca has 12 GCSE's including 5 A*s 4 A's and 3 B's.
Rebecca has spent her first few years as a graduate gaining experience in various jobs in the creative industries, including gallery work and creative consultancy. As a friendly and approachable person, Rebecca enjoys getting to know each student as an individual. She identifies what each pupil enjoys about learning as well as supporting in areas where there are challenges or a lack of confidence of enjoyment. Drawing on her own experiences of learning, Rebecca believes that the key to a successful education is empowering children to understand the ways in which they learn best, celebrating their strengths and then applying these attributes to areas they are finding particularly challenging.