High-quality bespoke Latin tuition at all levels, specialising in the ISEB Common Entrance, Scholarship and OCR GCSE examinations. Qualified Latin teacher with 20 years' experience.
As a self-employed tutor, Emma Williams offers high-quality Latin tuition that you can access directly from your home. She has an outstanding track record in terms of results, student engagement and progress.
Emma has 20 years' experience as a qualified teacher of Latin to students at all levels. She began her first full time job as a qualified teacher at The Latymer School, North London in 2000 and moved to Woking High School in 2008. She started out teaching Undergraduates at Royal Holloway, University of London and went on to complete the Postgraduate Certificate in Education at St John's College, Cambridge, where she obtained a PGCE and gained Qualified Teacher Status.
"Selecting you was one of the best decisions I have ever made." Parent of an independent GCSE candidate, Grade 7 2018.
"She said she learnt so much more in your hour than she did in her many years studying Latin in school." Nanny of a new client after her first session in September 2019.
"Latin was such a chore for her before she started with you. The change in attitude is fantastic." Parent of a Level 2 CE candidate, Grade A* 2019.
"Your lessons were transformational. He got an A* in Latin. Thank you SO much for all your efforts with him. " Parent of a Level 1 CE candidate, Grade A* 2019.
"You have turned dislike and dismay into enjoyment and enthusiasm." Parent of a Level 2 CE candidate, Grade A* 2018.
"It's a miracle, he got an A and a top third position overall! Thank you so much for all your help." Parent of a Level 3 candidate, Grade A 2019.
"Thank you so much for your continued support of him and also the fantastic results you have always got from him - down to you being an amazing teacher". Parent of a current tutee.
"We have received his latest report and he jumped from a 4 to a 6 in Latin!!! Very pleased ... confirms what an excellent teacher can achieve." Parent of a current tutee in Year 11.
"[She] got an A in Latin! Thank you very much!" Nanny of a Level 1 CE candidate, Grade A 2020.
"We've just heard today that [she] has been awarded the academic scholarship. Thank you for all our help. We really appreciate it." Parent of a Scholarship candidate, May 2020.
"You nurtured our son's love of Latin and honed his skills. ... The school told us that he had distinguished himself in Latin! All thanks to your guidance and support." Parent of a Scholarship candidate, February 2020.
"I can see the progress you're making with her - many thanks!" Classroom teacher of a current Level 1 client.
"He felt his Latin scholarship went well. I am sure the extra papers he did with you in the holidays boosted his confidence." Classroom teacher of a Scholarship candidate, 2019.
"He was awarded an 'A' for his Latin exam and the comments noted "an excellent paper - well done." Thank you so much for all your help. He was awarded an academic scholarship." Parent of a Scholarship candidate, Grade A 2019.
"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!" Parent of a Scholarship candidate, Grade A* 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!" Parent of a Level 3 CE candidate, Grade A 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?" Parent of a Level 2 CE student, Grade A 2016.
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Is your child struggling right now? Here are some recommended links ...
Pipiatum: a fantastic Apple app for Common Entrance Levels 1-3.
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 students, with a particular focus on vocabulary learning.