WE ARE WINTERWOOD

WHO WE ARE

Winterwood Tutors is a private tuition agency and education consultancy based in London. Founded in 2010 by husband and wife team, Dr Tom Parkinson and Jade Everingham, we are a friendly but professional company who get to know every family we work with personally. We have a thorough understanding of the education system, and are committed to ensuring our tuition goes above and beyond expectations. Our tutors are charismatic, innovative and inspiring, and passionate about learning and education.

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WHAT WE DO

With around 50 tutors, we specialise in preparing students for entrance exams, including the 7+, 11+ and 13+, the ISEB pretests and Common Entrance. We also provide support for all GCSE and A Level subjects, and offer mentoring and guidance to undergraduate and postgraduate students. We provide all our tutors with exceptional training, guidance and resources, and work closely together as a team to ensure every Winterwood student achieves their goals.

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Initial assessments and consultations are a key part of our process. These give us a chance to establish students’ academic strengths and weaknesses ahead of tuition beginning, so that we can thoroughly prepare tutors and help them to create an effective learning program. They also help us to more accurately advise you on school choices and lesson frequency, and to better match tutors to you based on your child’s personality and learning needs.

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SAMPLE SUCCESS STORIES

"Felipe began working with Winterwood tutors around twelve months before his 7+ exam. As a July baby, Felipe was very young for his year, almost eleven months younger than some of the others boys in his school year."

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"Cosmas began to work with a team of Winterwood tutors immediately before his ISEB pretest exams. He worked with a Maths tutor, a reasoning tutor, and an English tutor."

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"Alex first began working with a Winterwood tutor in Year 4. Alex's introductory assessment identified that he was very able, but also a long way from the level required by the schools to which he was applying; City, Westminster and St Paul's."

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