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Tabitha

Tabitha has extensive experience teaching/tutoring 11+, 13+, GCSE Latin, English, French, Ancient Greek.

I teach: 
13+ Latin, 16+ Latin, Latin
I also teach: 
13+ Ancient Greek, 16+ Ancient Greek, GCSE Ancient Greek, GCSE Latin, A-Level Ancient Greek, A-Level Latin, General English, Critical Reading, Essay Writing
Education: 
BA (Hons) Cantab in Classics - 2.i
University: 
University of Cambridge
Experience: 

Extensive experience tutoring Latin 11+, 13+ and GCSE. Have tutored English language and accent reduction both online and in person, and taught English language for three months in a school in India. 

Personal Approach: 

She always works with her students to come up with a tutoring approach tailored to them and their interests. She loves to share her passion for the subject and to keep lessons accessible and fun through a variety of teaching techniques.

She always works with her students to come up with a tutoring approach tailored to them and their interests. She loves to share her passion for the subject and to keep lessons accessible and fun through a variety of teaching techniques.

What I do when not tutoring: 

I love to play sports, especially netball and tennis. I spend a lot of time cooking, and enjoy learning amazing new Indian recipes from the net, friends and neighbours! 

I love to play sports, especially netball and tennis. I spend a lot of time cooking, and enjoy learning amazing new Indian recipes from the net, friends and neighbours! 

Testimonials: 

Tabitha is a graduate in classics from St John's College Cambridge, and reads and writes Latin and Greek to the highest standard. Her extensive linguistic education allows her to give any student a strong and accurate grasp of Latin and Greek language and texts. She is also an inventive, cheerful and supportive teacher. - Bill

Tabitha is a really good teacher for students on all levels. Whether you want to learn basics or improve reading, she's the person you should contact! I really recommend her services! :) - Rafal