British education is a way of life for Will Orr-Ewing, who boarded from the age of eight, gaining entry to Oxford University at 18 to study history. He went on to teach history at Fulham Prep School before launching Keystone Tutors in 2007. He uses his vast industry experience to pinpoint how best to enhance learning for each child. Their top tutors charge more than £100 per hour, allowing the firm to recruit a smaller group of the best tutors. Where formal education falls down, he says, is ‘overprioritisation of exam success that leads to an arid educational diet.’ He believes that if schools and tutoring firms could work together, the tyranny of a results driven approach could be tempered by encouraging a love of learning.