I am a compassionate and personable tutor with a student-centred approach to learning. I want all my students to feel valued and supported in their learning. Ensuring wellbeing is a key component of my teaching style. Being an active listener is a skill that I have developed both through tutoring and community work. I am a recent graduate of the University of Oxford, where I achieved a first class honours in Human Sciences. This interdisciplinary course has given me the skills to teach a range of subjects in the sciences and humanities. I am now undertaking a part-time master's in Biosocial Medical Anthropology at UCL, working as a research assistant and tutor alongside my studies. I am passionate about social justice and health activism, especially in the area of mental health. It is through this lens that I recognise the importance of empathy and compassion in education. I have experience teaching German to GCSE, beginner's cello, and Maths, English and phonics to children aged 4-14. In my spare time I most enjoy listening to music, learning languages and cooking!