• Biology

    From food security to pandemics, we evaluate practical ways to solve global problems.

  • Chemistry

    Our inspiring Chemistry teachers make learning accessible and enjoyable.

  • Physics

    Physics explains the fundamentals of life. Our students confidently apply the laws of Physics to tackle unfamiliar problems.

Science is a fascinating and academically challenging subject. Science enables students to understand how the universe functions, and the processes that shape their lives, identities, and experiences. The elegant patterns in nature provide an absorbing course of study that challenge a student’s imagination and creativity, and refine their powers of observation.

Our students are taught to think critically, scientifically and numerically. Rather than knowing only ‘about Science’, the aim is to develop a deep ‘knowledge of Science’ by ensuring they are equipped with core scientific principles and skills. Students have a range of abilities and ages – from primary to university level – and lessons are carefully tailored to support weaker students and stretch the most able. Students are encouraged to observe their lives and ask questions: Why is the sky blue? Do we see colours in the same way? Does being cold make you sick? Where does Earth’s water come from? What is cancer? Experiments are used (adapted for a home classroom!) to enhance learning.

Every year, students are successfully prepared for Common Entrance exams, Double/ Separate Science GCSEs, and A Level Biology, Chemistry, and Physics. Up to GCSE level, Science specialists teach across all three Sciences. At A Level, they specialise in Biology, Chemistry or Physics. An initial assessment is conducted to evaluate each student’s strengths and weaknesses. In early lessons subject knowledge gaps and common misconceptions are addressed. This lays the foundations for more complex Science topics so that students develop a detailed knowledge of their curriculum. As exams approach, the focus is on timed questions, data analysis, and exam technique.

"I wanted to thank you for the most amazing support you have given to our son, to all of us, during the last school year. Thank you for holding my hand for the past year. You gave us advice, guidance, you shared your knowledge, and skills but more than anything you made lessons so soothing and beneficial. You always delivered your lessons to suit our son’s interests - providing knowledge and challenge but also FUN. He looked forward to seeing you for each one of your lessons. I will always appreciate everything you have done for us - there are no words to thank you but thank you anyway."

Mother of a Year 5 student

"I feel very lucky to have someone so wonderful teaching my daughter. Jen has infectious enthusiasm when it comes to Science and a real spark about her. We love the joy, insight, and advice that she brings into our home."

Parent of a Year 9 student


  • Flora U

    Flora U

    "By studying Biology, Chemistry and Physics, students have a clearer understanding of the world they live in."

    Flora holds a first-class Natural Science degree from the University of Bath and a Master’s degree in Oncology. She was awarded an 'Outstanding' rating for her PGCE teaching qualification and completed her teacher training through the Teach First programme in 2016. For the last 3 years, Flora has taught Edexcel Biology, Chemistry and Physics at GCSE level and Biology at A Level. She is also a qualified Edexcel Examiner. Flora has been part of the Golden Circle network for 2 years, alongside her PhD studies at Imperial College London’s Department of Surgery and Cancer.

  • Sophie C

    Sophie C

    "Science equips you with the ability to critique, the knowledge to debate and the desire to learn more."

    Sophie holds a first-class degree in Biological Sciences from Oxford University, and an MA in Health Policy from King’s College London. Sophie trained as a teacher through the Teach First programme and has 5 years of classroom experience teaching Triple Science GCSE, A Level Psychology and Biology. She also prepares sixth form students for Oxbridge and Medicine applications and runs mock interviews. Sophie has privately tutored for 11 years and currently teaches at a secondary school in Central London. In her spare time, she volunteers for the charity The Listening Place, which offers face-to-face support to young people facing mental health challenges.

  • Simran


    "Science develops our ability to ask questions, solve problems and apply what we learn."

    Simran is a passionate Science teacher with an in-depth knowledge of the Key Stage 3, 4 and 5 curriculum. She currently teaches at a South West London school, where she has held the role of Head of Science for 4 years. Simran holds a BSc in Biomedical Sciences from King’s College London, PGCE in Secondary Science (rated Outstanding), and MA in Leadership from University College London. She is a native Punjabi speaker and has volunteered for Hackney Pirates, an after school club which supports children facing personal challenges with reading and creative writing.

  • Jen


    "Curiosity, creativity, and innovation. Science opens the door to new skills and opportunities."

    Jen graduated from University College London with a degree in Human Sciences in 2012. She completed her PGCE teaching qualification through the Teach First programme and taught in schools in the UK and internationally, in Singapore, for 7 years. Jen has supported The Golden Circle for the last 4 years and has enabled our students to achieve excellent results at GCSE and A Level. She balances tutoring with working as a Science Education Consultant for a London academy chain.

  • Hannah T

    Hannah T

    "Science is about understanding the world around us."

    Hannah graduated from Oxford University in 2012 with a degree in Biological Sciences. She also holds an MA Public Policy from King’s College London. Hannah trained as a Science Teacher through the Teach First programme and was awarded an ‘Outstanding’ rating for her PGCE qualification. Hannah has 8 years of experience in the education sector, teaching GCSE at Key Stage 3 - 4 and Biology at Key Stage 5.

  • Flora P

    Flora P

    “Science is going to solve the problems that our world faces. We need to nurture the next generation to be not just able, but excited, to take on challenges”.

    Flora graduated with an undergraduate degree and Master’s degree in Human Sciences from Oxford University. She completed her PGCE teaching qualification in 2010, specialising in Secondary Science. Flora holds 4 years of classroom experience teaching all Triple Science at GCSE and Biology A Level. She also prepares students for Oxbridge applications and interviews. Flora has taught at prestigious independent schools in the UK and internationally, including Whitgift School, London and Cranbrook School, Sydney.

  • Khurram


    "Studying Chemistry requires methodical, rational thinking. This is a skill set that opens doors."

    Khurram is a qualified Science teacher and A Level Chemistry specialist. He trained as a teacher through the Teach First programme in 2016 and was awarded an ‘Outstanding’ rating for his PGCE teaching qualification. Khurram has two years of classroom teaching experience and 5 years of tutoring experience. He retrained as a Full Stack Software Developer in 2019 and currently works as an Equity Specialist for EMEA at Bloomberg L.P. Khurram holds a BSc in Pharmacology and MSc in Biomedical and Molecular Research from King’s College London.

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