Tutor Shannon (Oxford Graduate - Psychology, Drama, and Maths)

Flexible Time Slots
Ages 11+

Selected Booking Option: 15 min FREE Initial Zoom Meeting to Understand Needs = 0 AED


What you need to know
Shannon tutors ONLINE ages 11+ up to Undergraduate Students. Once you choose your booking option and complete your booking, the company will call you within 1 business day to schedule your class based on your availability.

NOTE: Prices for university-level tuition vary based on the nature of the request

Background Information
Shannon Hayes is an Oxford Graduate with an insatiable thirst for academia and theatre. As a private tutor and professional actress, she combine love for education and creativity to produce unique and effective tutoring sessions that puts the student at the focus of the work. Highly experienced in both 1-1 tutoring and small group settings. Key subjects I offer tuition in includes; Maths up to GCSE Level, Entrance Exam Preparation, Psychology up to A-Level as well as Oxbridge and UK-US application support.

Bristol Old Vic Theatre School 2017-2018
FdA in Acting

St Anne’s College, Oxford University 2014 – 2017
BA Psychology (2.1)
Moritz-Heyman Scholar. Distinction in first year exams.

Emanuel School
Awarded in Academic Scholarship
3 A –Levels: Maths (A), Chemistry (A), Psychology (A*)

Work Experience

Private tutor
Self-Employed – London
Feb 2014 – Current
• Managed and scheduled tutoring requests and appointments.
• Worked 1 – 1 with children from 5 – 16 years old.

Broadening Horizons Fellow
Project Rousseau – NYC (remote working from London)
August 2020 - March 2021

Online Maths GCSE Tutor
Elite tuition – London
Nov 2018 – June 2019

BranchUP – Oxford
Jun 2015 – Jun 2017
Assisted and mentored disadvantaged children on a number of activity
days i.e., trips to museums and sports days.

Lewisham Community Sports, London Jul 2016

Assistant tutor Jun 2013 – Dec 2013
First Class Learning – Lewisham

Cancellation Policy
Our standard cancellation policy is that cancellations within 24 hrs may still be charged at the full rate. It is at the discretion of the tutor, and the circumstances are taken into consideration. We tend to advise tutors to give the benefit of the doubt to the client in the first instance, and politely remind them, then they are fully in their right to charge for repeat offenses, but they must notify the client they will do so so it isn't a surprise bill.


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