Subjects tutored: Physics, Maths, Philosophy, Biology, Chemistry, Science
Josh studied Physics and Philosophy at Oxford University before qualifying as a Science teacher through the prestigious Teach First program at a school in London. As the only Physics specialist in the department, he mentored the school’s first ever successful applicant to Oxford, and was awarded the Teach First STEM Excellence Award (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics). Josh also taught all three sciences to GCSE level, as seperate specialisms in triple-award Science. His passion for teaching started at the early age of 13 when he trained to become a teaching assistant at a local Sunday School, and he aspires to work in Education Policy or Educational Leadership in the future.
Joshua is currently completing a PhD in the Philosophy of Science at the University of Pittsburgh, a program which is regularly ranked among the top five Philosophy graduate programs in the world. While there he has continued to work in schools and tutor privately in Maths and Science alongside teaching Philosophy to undergraduate students. Joshua is a committed, friendly and passionate teacher, able to carefully assess what his students have understood and prompt them to the next step, believing that hard work and effective learning happens when people enjoy what they are doing. Besides his varied academic interests, Joshua also has a diploma on the Violin and practices Tai Chi and the Alexander Technique. His unusual background and wide range of interests make him a unique educator.
Qualified Teacher Status ("QTS") achieved in 2010 from Canterbury Christchurch University College
Post Graduate Certificate in Education ("PGCE") in Science achieved in 2010 from Canterbury Christchurch University College
MPhysPhil (Hons) Physics and Philosophy achieved in 2009 from the University of Oxford
Physics (GCSE / iGCSE / AS-Level / A-Level / IB)
Maths (GCSE / iGCSE / AS-Level / A-Level / IB)
Philosophy (GCSE / iGCSE / AS-Level / A-Level / IB)
Biology (GCSE / iGCSE)
Chemistry (GCSE / iGCSE)