Meet Amandine

Hey, I’m Amandine!

I’m the Chief Learning Champion, tutoring children from Year 1 to Year 9 in Maths, English and lots of other subjects. I also look after the other tutors and make sure they’re supported. 

I love working with children and developing positive relationships with students of all levels and abilities. It is really important to me to empower all my students to enjoy their learning. I believe firmly in the importance of helping my students to develop a growth mindset and embrace mistakes as an essential part of learning. I plan creative and engaging activities that allow for active learning, praise effort and also encourage students to develop their critical thinking skills.

I have five years of experience as a KS2 classroom teacher (including Y6 SATs preparation) where I enjoyed teaching across a rich and broad curriculum. Prior to becoming a teacher, I worked in Arts Funding and Policy in different roles at Arts Council England.

And some other important questions… 

  • What’s your background? I have a degree in History of Art from the University of Warwick followed by an MA in History of Art at the University of East Anglia and a PGCE from the University of Exeter.
  • What’s in your fridge?  Lots of fresh fruit and vegetables. Grapes are my favourite!
  • What are your hobbies?  Painting, I am doing lots of watercolours at the moment. I love to read and go to the cinema. I also enjoy cooking and eating out with friends, Italian food is my favourite!
  • What is a fun fact about you? I am half French and lived in Venice for a short time while studying for my degree in History of Art.

Finalist, New Tutor of the Year, 2020

“Amandine has embraced her new role as a tutor superbly, providing the same excellent service she did in the classroom on a 1-1 basis. She goes above and beyond for all her students to ensure they not just learn what they need to, but have fun in the process.” 

"H is really enjoying his lessons with Amandine. He's learning lots and always end them with a smile on his face."
Year 6
"Thank you. She really enjoyed the first lesson this morning."
Year 4