- Oxford University: English (Double First Class)
- St. Paul’s Girls’ School: A-Levels - English (A*), History (A), Latin (A).
- Oxford prizes: Waugh Scholarship, Fitzgerald Prize, twice Collections Winner
BIOGRAPHY & INTERESTS
In addition to a passion for teaching, I am a freelance journalist for both the Financial Times and The Economist. I also write for my own enjoyment and am currently working on a series of short film projects, in addition to running weekly drama workshops for under-privileged young people. I am an avid reader and rather obsessive about comedy. While at university I ran the sketch comedy group, The Oxford Revue, travelling the country and performing at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
EXPERIENCE & APPROACH
I have over 600 hours of experience teaching English to students between the ages of 9 and 17, covering KS2, KS3, 11+, Common Entrance, GCSE and A Level. For younger students, up to GCSE, I also teach History, Geography, Latin and French. I have given further assistance to degree level students with their English Literature coursework. My strongest suit as a mentor is my ability to build confidence in my students. I grew up with much younger siblings which has been invaluable when establishing which the right way to approach each child’s educational needs.
"She really enjoyed her lesson with Imogen today and is looking forward to her next lesson. She went from moaning about it before to looking forward to the next one." Mother of Nabila, 16-year-old girl
"Imogen seemed to be great. She was always punctual, professional and friendly. Alexander reported that Imogen had been a help with his Latin and fingers crossed he will feel more confident with it now that he is back at school." Mother of Year-6 boy