About Exeter Tuition Centre
We believe that every child should have the chance to do the best they can in life – and we know how to help.
We are conveniently located in central Exeter, just minutes from the University, both railway stations and all shopping. There is plenty of parking in Bystock Terrace car-park, just outside the Centre.
The Park House is a pretty, listed, Georgian building which has a special atmosphere of its own. It is a spacious and tranquil environment for children to learn in. The building is well away from any main roads, so it’s safe and simple to drop off and pick up your children.
We have a comfortable lounge area where you can wait for your child, and take advantage of our free WiFi.
Exeter Tuition Centre
Our Team looks forward to meeting you!
Our great team of professional, experienced and qualified teachers work together to provide the very best tuition available anywhere.
Tamsin is co-founder of the Exeter Tuition Centre which she started together with Diane Antone. She is a qualified and highly experienced teacher of Maths, English and Science. She has a BSc (1st Class Hons) in Chemical Engineering from Queens University, Ontario, Canada, and QTS from the University of Kent, Christ Church College. Tamsin is also a member of MENSA. She began her teaching career at Kent College, Canterbury, and then moved on to start her first Tuition Centre in Crowborough, East Sussex in 2004, followed 9 years later by the Exeter Tuition Centre.
With twenty years of experience in education, including classroom teaching, small group tuition and one-to-one tuition, Tamsin ensures that Exeter Tuition Centre provides the best quality tuition available anywhere, and she also freely offers advice and recommendations to all of our clients. She is the main point of contact in all matters, so you will reach her whether you phone, email, or message us via social media.
Tamsin has many wide-ranging interests, including homeopathy, gardening, beekeeping and programming, and she is a Trustee of the Exeter Historic Buildings Trust. She plays the baroque recorder in her spare time and is a member of the Exeter Recorder Orchestra and Pinwood Pipes, a recorder consort, both of which perform locally.
Andrew teaches English, Maths and Science to children aged 5 upwards and also specialises in Maths and Science for ages 13 to 18.
After attending Hampton Grammar School, Middlesex where he obtained excellent A Levels, Andrew gained his BSc. (Zoology) from the University of Durham. He obtained his PGCE from the University of Exeter in Biology, Physics and Chemistry. Andrew has taught his subjects in Surrey, Malawi, Nottingham, Oman and Bramdean School in Exeter. His interests include sport, amateur dramatics and natural history. He is currently writing a book about the natural history of Exeter, and is an authority on the nesting pair of peregrine falcons which live within sight of the Centre.
Andrew is a dedicated teacher who brings a wealth of experience to the Centre. His gentle manner combined with a love of both teaching and learning motivates children to do their very best.
Vicky teaches English and Maths to children aged 4 to 13, and is our Eleven Plus specialist.
After completing her A-Levels at Richard Huish College in Taunton she obtained her BA Hons (Theological Studies) from Exeter University. Vicky went on to obtain her PGCE teaching qualification from Bath University with a specialism in Humanities, and a few years later returned to Exeter University where she obtained a Masters degree in Special Educational Needs with a focus on literacy. More recently Vicky has also acquired a Diploma in Childcare.
Vicky brings to the Centre experience teaching a wide variety of subjects in diverse schools and to a broad range of ages. She has a thoughtful, methodical and organised approach which she applies to both her planning and her teaching, and she always takes the time to reflect on the best approach for each individual child she works with.
Audrey started life in Zimbabwe where she trained to be a nurse and then travelled to the UK to train as a Midwife. She married and started her own family, quickly realising that shift work and family life did not go together very easily. Undaunted, she retrained, doing a 4 year teaching degree, specialising in Science at Greenwich University.
Audrey has taught in a variety of schools in both South East London and in Devon. Her experience ranges from Special Needs to extending the gifted and talented pupils. She teaches all primary subjects including Maths and English up to KS3. She has a great deal of experience in preparing children for the 11 plus exams as she taught in London Borough of Bexley, which still has the grammar school system. Audrey is a story teller and a published author. She has written ‘The Dragon Princess’ a modern fairy-tale for all ages, which is being used in secondary schools. Her second book, ‘Fireworks Night’ is for younger children.
Audrey brings to the centre a passion for helping children to reach their full potential. She believes that education should be exciting and fun, preparing each child to be an independent learner.
Jenny teaches English and Maths to children aged 5 to 13, with a specialism in helping children to learn how to retain information more easily, and to develop ‘resilience’ – which is key to overcoming any barriers to learning.
Jenny gained her BA (Hons) in English Literature and Victorian Studies from Lampeter University, and her PGCE from the College of St Paul and St Mary in Cheltenham. She has worked in both the Primary and Post-Secondary sectors, and she has a particular interest in the way children learn and study. Her experience includes teaching academic study skills to university level within Derby University’s Childhood Studies degree.
Jenny is an energetic and motivational teacher who sees the potential of every individual she teaches and who is determined to help them to reach it. Her positivity, combined with her skill as a teacher, enables children and young adults to try again – and to succeed – where they have struggled in the past.
David specialises in teaching GCSE and A-Level English Language and Literature.
After completing his A-Levels at Westlands School in Torquay, David obtained his BA Hons in English with Modern and Medieval Languages (French and Italian) from the University of Cambridge. David went on to obtain a PGCE teaching qualification at Cambridge, and has taught English Language, Literature and Drama in secondary schools in London and Hong Kong, as well as designing assessment materials for the Hong Kong Examinations Authority. In 2017 David returned to Devon with his family, and he has recently completed a Masters degree in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages at the University of Exeter.
In his spare time, David enjoys hill-walking, cycling and learning languages.
David brings to the Centre extensive experience of teaching English to students across a wide age range and with diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds. He is passionate about giving students the opportunity to excel through helping them to plan and structure their writing and encouraging them to develop the ability to think critically and creatively.
Paul teaches all subjects up to KS3 and specialises in Maths and Science at GCSE and A-Level.
Paul is originally from Canada and also spent time growing up in Turkey, Switzerland, and Hong Kong. He studied Zoology and Oceanography at University and then spent 14 years working in the Banking industry. He retrained as a teacher in 2003 and has worked in a broad range of schools: large state schools, small private prep schools, FE colleges and Steiner schools.He has been a tutor for the past 10 years and currently also works as a professional sailor and Development Coach.
Paul is constantly looking for new and better ways to help people grow, develop and learn. His tutoring style is about energy and enthusiasm. One of his strongest beliefs is that everyone can learn and improve, and he aims to help people to unlock their learning energy through harnessing motivation and developing discipline.
In his spare time Paul loves taking advantage of the landscape of the South West. He is often found in the water: swimming, body boarding or kayaking. He travels a lot, often by motorbike or campervan. A weekend by a beach, in a van, with friends and a fire is his ideal.