Kate is one of our English tutors at ITG who joined the team after finishing her studies of English literature at the University of Birmingham. Working with a range of age groups during any given day, Kate professionally adapts her
What made you decide to work for ITG?
Prior to joining ITG, I was working in a secondary school in London where I helped teach English, drama and art. When the academic year ended I was looking for tutoring
Joey, our Principle Primary Tutor at ITG, holds a PGCE and qualified teacher status in the UK and before embarking on a teaching career, Joey worked for the criminal justice system. As well as leading one-on-one primary sessions, Joey leads
Alice is in her second year of teaching at ITG and many of the students that she works with today have been by her side since the beginning of her teaching journey. This has allowed Alice to build incredibly
Samantha Willenburg is our in-house SEN specialist and she has over ten years of experience in the education sector under her belt. She brings not only a wealth of experience to ITG but bundles of positivity and enthusiasm, meaning that
Theme for English B is one of Hughes’s most loved poems that documents the reflections of “the only coloured student” in a class. The teacher sets the students a page-long writing assignment with the caveat that the response must
ITG is proud to offer its bespoke tuition services to mature students who want support with their studies, general academic guidance or exam preparation help.
Milan is one of our mature student’s at ITG and she approached us after seeing
In light of International Kindness Day, one of our English tutors looked at the poem Kindness by Naomi Shihab Nye with her student, Mia.
Read Mia’s commentary on the poem below:
“I love how Shihab Nye weaves
World Kindness Day is celebrated annually on 13th November. On this day, participants attempt to make the world a better place by celebrating and promoting good deeds and pledging acts of kindness.
At ITG, we always strive to incorporate kindness and
by Sarah Connon-Griffiths
It’s no secret that reading is important – reading is, of course, required to understand pretty much every other topic in the world. It is one of the first things children are taught when they enter school