Our Teachers

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Our Tutors are qualified and experienced, they know how to get the best out of children. They are passionate and engaging communicators and role models who have plenty to give and help the struggling child. Our maximum class size of 1:5 is just the right balance between individual attention and independent learning. 

Meet our Tutors

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Efrem Berhane

PGCE, Secondary science, Loughborough University –September 2005- June 2006.

M.Sc. in Food Technology, Reading University. 1998-1999

BSc in Biology and Chemistry, Asmara University -1983-1987

Efrem has worked in the Food industry for blue chip companies like Master-foods (Mars) and Nestle as a scientist. His passion for teaching has lead him to get a Teaching Qualification and has worked as a science teacher. He currently works for  ITN Mark Education International.

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Marlee Eve Swallow

2005-2009- Edith Cowan University-Western Australia- BA Primary Education

After qualifying as Primary Teacher, Marlee has completed a three years full time position in Western Australia teaching both at remote country and inner city schools. She moved to London in 2013, she is currently teaching English in schools and at KipMcGrath Education Centre Camden.

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Sarah Lyall Grant

Post Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) University of Hull – 1991 (Primary Age7-11).

BA Hons in Anthropology and Linguistics, University of London (UCL) 1980

Sarah’s teaching careers stretches back to 1994 to present, she has an extensive experience in teaching children to upper primary both in state and private schools.

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Khadeeja Wahid

PGCE Mathematics Ages ranging from 11-18, Sept 2008 – August 2009-Goldsmiths, University of London.

BSc Industrial Design – Maths, Mechanics and Fluid dynamics Sept 2005 – August 2008

Khadeeja taught Maths at Swanlea School, Bishop Challoner Caholic College Girls School from 2008 -2009 as PGCE Placement.

Taught Maths after qualification at Al Muntada Girls Secondary School and Parliament Hill School from 2009 – 2013.

She is currently teaching at our KipMcGrath Camden Centre.

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Sebastian Merrick

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Meku Getachew

PGCE, In Mathematics from Goldsmiths, University of London 2012-2013

BEng, in Mechanical Engineering 2006-2009

Meku received an award for best achievement in A-Level: Maths, Physics, and further Maths and for excellent punctuality with attendance record.

Meku is a mathematician who loves maths and like sharing his love of the subject to others that is why he moved from engineering to teaching Maths. He went through an appropriate teaching qualification while he was teaching as trainee Maths teacher since 2009 to 2013 in various schools in the UK. In 2013 he has achieved PGCE qualification and now teaching GCSE and A-Level Maths in Secondary Schools.