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Chalk Farm Rd
Tel: 020 7164 6455
Email: [email protected]
We have met with Titanium Tutors staff. In addition, 39 clients and 29 tutors have completed an on-line survey.
The Good Schools Guide review of Titanium Tutors
Owner and sole director Joe Hytner (30s) set up Titanium in 2011 after tutoring extensively himself following his PGCE. Young and dynamic, but with a sense of authenticity and integrity that can be a rar-ish commodity in this saturated market, he is widely praised by tutors and clients alike for being ‘reliable,’ ‘caring,’ ‘conscientious,’ ‘going the extra mile’ and even ‘perfect.’ ‘Joe approaches teaching and running his company with energy, thought and professionalism. ‘The way he engages with children is outstanding. He just needs to clone himself,’ is the kind of remark we heard repeatedly. Both his BA in Classics and PGCE are from Cambridge, where he later taught ancient languages to undergraduates for five years, and he’s also taught Latin part time in three different schools.
Splits his time between working from home in Cambridge and the company’s small office in a trendy Camden business hub. Also based here are full-time company managers Madeleine Todd and Adeline Arniac, supported by a team of admin assistants. All are tutors, says Joe, ‘because we want people who really understand tutoring inside out.’ Then there’s a team of four website developers in India working on Titanium’s technology.
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