Stewart has been a qualified primary teacher for twenty two years. He has been a special educational needs coordinator (SENCo) for eight years and ran an SEN unit for autism. He has also coordinated gifted and talented provision and key stage two.

He currently works as a part time family SENCo for nine schools in Nottinghamshire and has privately tutored for seven years. His specialism is in primary English and maths as well as maths in KS3 but also specialises in specific learning difficulties such as dyslexia and dyscalculia as well as autism and dyspraxia.

He is married to an assistant head teacher at a local primary school and they have three boys at secondary school.


Ian has seventeen years' experience teaching in a secondary school at KS3 and GCSE. As a senior member of the department, he also spent several years implementing Literacy across the curriculum. He also spent more than five years abroad as a TESOL specialist, teaching English and creating teaching resources for international schools as well as two years as course director in England for french students.

FIONA (Foundation Degree in Education, NVQ Level 3)

Fiona has taught maths from year 7 to year 11 in local secondary schools. She uses a variety of mediums including whiteboards, activities, games and worksheets to deliver lessons ensuring they are interesting and relevant. She has been private tutoring  students preparing for GCSE and also higher levels in Year 7,8, and 9 by supporting the work that takes place in school as well as the basics of mental maths and exam practise.

Mo (B.Ed)

Maureen (AKA Mo) has been teaching for twenty years in the Primary setting. She has worked from year two up to year six. For the last ten years she has mainly been working with groups of year five and six children who have needed a boost to their learning. She has worked with Stewart for five years in a Nottingham Primary school and after a year of persuasion, she has agreed to come and work with us.

Helen (B.Ed)

Helen has over 35 years of experience teaching English to a wide variety of students of all ages and abilities as well as coordinating special educational needs for some of that time. On top of that she has also managed a learning support unit. She has also got experience teaching maths.

 Pam (BA, PGCE)

Pam has worked with both children and adults in a variety of settings from schools, colleges and tuition centers. Her strengths include maths, science and languages (including Japanese!) up to A level. However, her calmness allows her to work with some of our younger clients in both English and maths.