Qualified Latin teacher with extensive classroom teaching and tutoring experience at all levels from beginners to degree level.
Proven track record in helping students to prepare for examinations from the Common Entrance & Scholarship papers to GCSE and beyond.
Based in Horsell, Woking in Surrey.
Emma Williams has almost 20 years' experience as a qualified teacher of Latin to students at all levels. She started out teaching Undergraduates at Royal Holloway, University of London and in 1998 she went on to complete the Postgraduate Certificate in Education at St John's College, Cambridge.
Emma began her first full time job as a qualified teacher at The Latymer School in 1999 and later moved to her current position at Woking High School in 2008. As a self-employed tutor she offers high-quality tuition to students at all levels and has helped many pupils at local prep schools to achieve success in the Common Entrance and Scholarship papers.
"Thank you so much for your amazing help, he has been awarded an academic scholarship! We are very happy for him and grateful to you!"
Mary, parent of a successful
scholar, March 2016
"[He] got an A in Latin. He is over the moon!! Thanks so much for all your help! I only wish I had found you earlier!!"
Namita, parent of a successful
Level 3 CE student, June 2016
"[He] got an A!!!!!!!!!! Thanks for all your help - never expected a turn-around like that! How can this be the same boy who got low 40s a couple of months ago ?
Catherine, parent of a successful
Level 2 CE student, June 2016
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Recommended links for immediate help at home ...
Pipiatum: a fantastic Apple app for Common Entrance Levels 1-3. Well worth paying for.
Cyberlatin: a host of some great free Common Entrance & Scholarship resources plus some excellent online grammar games.
Virdrinksbeer: an utterly bizarre choice of name but don't be put off by that or by the lurid colour scheme; there's some good stuff here for Common Entrance and GCSE students, with a particular focus on vocabulary learning.
Horsell village in Woking
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