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CHARLES BONAS

Bonas Macfarlane

Bonas was tutoring a distinguished family to get through law school when he first realised the transformative power of one-to-one education has on a child’s development. The Oxford-educated tutor then turned the part-time job into a full-time career after training… Read More

KATE SHAND

Enjoy Education

At Enjoy Education, 70 per cent of tutors have an Oxbridge degree, including Shand, the founder of the company. As an education adviser, Shand accompanied David Cameron on a trade delegation trip to China. In China, she says, there is… Read More

OLIVER GILSENAN

Lionheart Education

Gilsenan proudly relays the story of a student who failed their GCSEs, then spent four months studying at LSL, Lionheart’s bespoke school, leaving with seven A* and going on to study at Cambridge. ‘Giving children the confidence to succeed’ is… Read More

RHIDIAN LLEWELLYN

Llewellyn Education Limited

As an educational consultant since 2013, Rhidian Llewellyn’s job is to introduce families to independent schools from pre-prep to university. A previous headmaster at Papplewick (where he taught David Cameron Latin), and house master at the Dragon, he guides parents… Read More

Tom Maher

British Home Tutors

‘We are not taking someone from the supermarket wall,’ says Maher, founder of British Home Tutors. The tutors he employs are all teachers at ‘good schools’, which puts to rest any worries parents might have about the quality of tuition… Read More

WILL ORR-EWING

Keystone Tutors

Orr-Ewing was immersed in a British boarding school at the age of eight, and continued through the system to Oxford where he studied history. He then taught history at Fulham Prep School before launching Keystone Tutors in 2007. ‘We used… Read More