Established in 2011, we are a private tutoring company committed to providing high quality one-to-one tuition from carefully hand-picked tutors who specialise in their subject.
We offer one-to-one lessons and specialised group tuition to help pupils strengthen their knowledge as well as prepare for examinations.
We are a private tutoring agency offering individually tailored one-to-one tuition. Our business is based on three foundational values: Personal, Passionate, Professional.
Through discussion with you and your child, we will find the right tutor to help your son or daughter reach their full potential. Our tutors provide individually tailored lessons which focus on improving understanding and building confidence.
We strongly believe that good tutoring goes well above subject knowledge. As well as being outstanding academics, our tutors have insight into classroom teaching which enables them to augment your child’s educational experience.
Our team consists of a small hand-picked group of tutors who undergo rigorous interviews and training. We work with professional teachers, academics with a proven track record and tutors with a genuine talent for working with children.
Jovana, Jan. 9, 2019
We are very excited to announce that, following a number of enquiries from students and parents, we are starting new Economics group lessons for Year 13 students. The Economics group lessons will be run by our Economics tutor Christoph, a professional Economics teacher with three years of experience teaching at Haberdashers' Aske's Boys' School. Christoph holds a BSc(Econ) in Economics and an MSc in Economic History from the LSE and is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA). Prior to teaching, Christoph has spent a number of years working across different disciplines in higher education projects, teaching and learning initiatives and advocacy.
If you are interested in joining our Economics group lessons, do get in touch by phone on 0203 565 0539 or via email at email@example.com. We look forward to hearing from you!
Milda, Jan. 8, 2019
We would like to wish the best of luck to all our 11+ students sitting the entrance examinations to Merchant Taylors' School and St Albans Girls' School today!
Remember, you have worked diligently in your preparations - now is the time to stay calm and enjoy the experience!
All our best wishes,
The Trefoil Team
Milda, Jan. 7, 2019
Although most GCSE candidates are not sitting their examinations for several months, today, we would like to wish the best of luck to five of our Year 11 pupils who are taking the early Mathematics IGCSE exam!
Best of luck today, gents - you have worked very hard preparing for this! Now is the time to stay calm, focused and remember the lessons learnt during your revision and practice.
All our best wishes,
The Trefoil Team
"My son has known Mr G since the age of 11, he was his former maths teacher at HABS. He is now a year ahead of his age [at school], and we used Mr G's lessons to help him bridge that gap, but he enjoyed the lessons so much that he's continued working with him. The lessons have given him a great deal of confidence and he’s got the belief he can achieve the top grade in maths. I asked my son what is different about the way Mr G teaches maths to the way maths is taught at school; he said Mr G has a fun way of teaching complex topics."
"We’ve had a great experience with Trefoil Tutors for our sons. They’ve built up a good understanding of mathematical concepts and as a result I believe they’ve improved a great deal in school, but most importantly they’ve been happy going to lessons and have comfortably managed school work and assignments set by Trefoil Tutors, so it’s been a win-win for them in every respect."
Karan and Rohan's Mum
" I think that the feedback we received was brilliant because it gave you an idea of which areas he was struggling with and pointed out specifically what he needed to work on. It helped Kabir and me, because we were working together as a team - the tutor, the parent and the child. I think that is the best bit and they couldn't have done it better."