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Osborne Cawkwell Tuition
The Bloomsbury Building
10 Bloomsbury Way
Tel: 020 7584 5355
Email: [email protected]
We have visited Osborne Cawkwell’s offices. In addition, 29 clients and 41 tutors have completed an on-line survey.
The Good Schools Guide review of Osborne Cawkwell Tuition
Run by Lucy Cawkwell (40s) from glass-fronted, snazzy Holborn-based office (they also make use of meeting and conference rooms at The Office Group for meeting clients, interviewing tutors and running training workshops). Lucy has been involved in tutoring for nearly 30 years; with her works a small team of consultant specialists: Shirley, (specialist adviser for EAL students and overseas clients) , Sarah (trained SpLD/dyslexia specialist who has worked in several London prep schools as a specialist teacher and SENDCo), Dan (mental health and wellbeing coach and trained mental health first aid instructor) and Holly (PGCE in Secondary art and design). Then there’s Maciej (pronounced ‘mat-chay’), in charge of invoicing and accounts.
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