We can teach Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and Computer Science to all levels and abilities. Please read below for more information and contact us to discuss your needs.

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Our Science Tutors

Wentworth Tutors originated from a group of tutors who studied maths and natural sciences at Trinity College, Cambridge (UK). We take great pride in the ability and the calibre of our science tutors. They all studied the sciences or mathematics at university and many are PhD students and supervisors at top tier universities. They employ the supervision style system to give one-to-one instruction in the most rigorous, efficient and thorough way. Our tutors not only help their students develop the study skills to internalise laws and facts, but also work to instil an understanding of the underlying science. We find that with this combination, students discover that science is fun, rewarding, and tractable.

The majority of our tutors teach all of the sciences up to A Level / high school level. However with our broad reach of high flying scientists and PhD students we can also provide highly specialised and very experienced tutors for any particular topic or subject. Please contact us to discuss your particular needs.

For our younger scientists, our tutors provide the perfect balance of education and enjoyment. For example, a human circuit powered by M&Ms can help explain the flow of electrons through resistors. We combine fun activities like this with some basic scientific theory and problem solving to introduce budding young scientist to the natural world.

Science Tutoring At All Levels

We offer tutoring in all of the sciences at all levels and for all ability levels. Simply contact us for a consultation, or follow the links below to read more about what we offer.


Whether explaining rotational momentum using the movement of an ice skater or coming up with visual representations to help students grasp vectors, our tutors are experts at breaking down concepts for students.


Our chemistry tutors are experts at explaining the complexities of this subject which can be one of the most conceptually challenging that a student encounters.


Much like the world around us, biology can seem a vast and incomprehensible subject; our tutors help students to distill the important facts and concepts.

Computer Science

We can teach computer science from school to university level and can help with everything from the fundamental principles of computer science to algorithms and how the internet works.

If you have a special request please feel free to contact us to discuss your needs. We can connect you with specialists in any scientific field, from Medecine to General Relativity.

Selected Science Testimonials

Please see below some example Science Testimonials that we have received. If you would like to hear more, you may be interested to read about our tutor guarantee or to read about Wentworth Tutors' philosophy and approach in a letter to parents from Dr Katherine Wiles, our Founder. Alternatively, some more Science Testimonials can be found on our dedicated testimonials page, where you can filter by subject.

Microsoft Excel | Edward Smith

"Whenever anyone has an analysis or Excel problem - we always go and ask Ed... He can do anything in Excel!" ... See Edward Smith's tutoring profile.

IB Biology | Wentworth Tutors Private Tutoring

"[My daughter] did benefit greatly from your tutoring, which reflected in her getting 7 in Biology in her IB results."

Science GCSEs | Thomas Evans

"Our son really enjoyed working with Tom over Easter and the good news is that his results in his end-of-year exams were particularly strong in the sciences! " ... See Thomas Evans's tutoring profile.

Chemistry | Marta de Andres Crespo

"Marta was a pleasure to be taught by. She emphasized that no question was a dumb question so I always felt comfortable to ask her anything and to ask her to repeat explanations." ... See Marta de Andres Crespo's tutoring profile.

Science - GCSE | Charlotte Burford

"My son was an able student who wanted to improve his grade from a B to an A. Charlotte helped him with his approach to revision and showed him tips and tricks for making things easier to learn." ... See Charlotte Burford's tutoring profile.

SAT II [Physics] | Dr Katherine Wiles

"Katherine is very focused and identifies my problems very quickly, and therefore is able to help me with exactly what I need. I have learned a lot from her despite the fact that I only had four days of tuition." ... See Dr Katherine Wiles's tutoring profile.

GCSE Maths and Sciences | Mathew Smith

"Mathew is an excellent tutor. My daughter enjoyed her lessons with Mathew enormously. She thinks Mathew is very patient and is extremely clear, precise and direct in his explanation on the mathematical issues." ... See Mathew Smith's tutoring profile.

Chemistry (A-level) | Sasha Mottaghi-Taromsari

"Sasha not only is a very knowledgeable and intelligent tutor, he is also very caring and concerned about his student performance. My son is very happy and he is doing so well with Sasha's teaching method." ... See Sasha Mottaghi-Taromsari's tutoring profile.

General Maths and English Comprehension, Year 7 | Sophia Ohler

"Sophia was simply exemplary in her role as a tutor as she not only covered the core reading, comprehension, and math skills [my son] needed to master but also added techniques in increasing his level of confidence and a change of attitude when it comes to problem-solving and answering challenging questions." ... See Sophia Ohler's tutoring profile.

AS and A Level Physics | Nicolas Pimpare

"We found Nicolas to be engaging and our son found that the subject was addressed in a methodical way that was easy to follow and he felt he benefitted considerably from the tuition he received. He feels that the experience has been a considerable boost to his confidence. I would also mention that it has been a pleasure to have Nicolas staying in our house during the period of tuition. " ... See Nicolas Pimpare's tutoring profile.

Selected Profiles of our Science Tutors

Please see below some example profiles of the Science Tutors that we represent. If you would like to hear more, you may be interested to read about our tutor selection criteria or to read about Wentworth Tutors' philosophy and approach in a letter to parents from Dr Katherine Wiles, our Founder. Alternatively, some more Science Tutor profiles can be found on our dedicated tutors page, where you can filter by subject.

I am a Liverpool University graduate currently studying medicine at King’s College London. I have a genuine love of learning and education as well as a broad educational and professional background including several years’ experience of teaching both as a private tutor and within formal education. I believe that learning is vitally important and thoroughly enjoy helping others in their educational journey and aim to make the process as enjoyable and rewarding as possible. ...
I'm a final year medical student at King's College London and based in Surrey, having done my first three years and intercalated in Psychology at the University of Cambridge. I'm President of the university cycling club and have been tutoring for the last year for Wentworth Tutors. ...
I have taught at four different tertiary institutions for four years across two countries. I graduated from The University of Western Australia through a special program combining a BA and a BSc studied at the same time. I studied Shakespeare, Linguistics, Anatomy and Physiology. I was accepted to do an extra research year of honours in muscular biochemistry. I moved to London in 2015 and was accepted to demonstrate at King’s College London teaching medical & dental student’s anatomy, I was invited to lecture in radiology during my time at King’s. I am also enrolled in a Masters of Clinical Education and am a fellow of the Higher Education Academy and a member of the Anatomical Society and Alcock’s society. I now teach at St George’s University in problem based learning and case based learning in clinical studies for graduate and undergraduate medicine. I am also a guest lecturer at Kingston University. ...
My name is Sasha and I'm a graduate student of medicine at King's College London. I completed an undergraduate degree, and Masters, in chemistry (with chemical biology). I have been tutoring for the past 6 years, across a range of subjects and levels; my aim is always to broaden and develop my students' understanding of their subject, before going on to develop exam technique and build confidence. ...
I have been tutoring in the private sector since 2007. Whilst completing my studies I had experience tutoring mathematics for ages 12-16 (including GCSE). During my gap year I worked as a cover supervisor at Simon Langton Girls' Grammar school where I had experience teaching mathematics to Year 8 (12-13 years old) and to a GCSE class. I also had experience teaching Core 1 (AS mathematics model) to a group of highly able students who were taking the exam a year early. Whilst completing my degree I had further experience tutoring GCSE mathematics.

I attended Girton College at the University of Cambridge and studied on the Natural Science Tripos. She took modules in mathematics, chemistry, material science, biochemistry, psychology, neurobiology and physiology. My specialist interest was in physiology and my final year project explored the development of the human middle ear bones. I recently completed a Masters in Clinical Neuroscience at King's College London in which I achieved a distinction and was awarded the Gold Medal for achieving the highest mark in the year. I have since returned to King's to undertake their four year graduate medicine course. I took A-Levels in Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology and Physics as well as a AS Level in Ancient Greek.

I am passionate about tutoring mathematics as believe the analytical and problem solving skills it develops are crucial for a whole range of academic disciplines or careers. In my spare time I am a keen cyclist and I race for King's College London Cycling Club of which I was also the 2015-2016 President. ...
I am currently medical student in St George's London, and I studied Natural Sciences in Cambridge. I have over 3 years experience teaching a broad range of subjects up to and including A level mathematics and science. I take a personal approach to tutoring, adapting my teaching style to each individual student to help them reach their full potential. ...
I graduated from Magdalene College, Cambridge in June 2017 with an MSc (1st class) and BA (1st class) in Natural Sciences. I was awarded the Natural Sciences Prize from Magdalene College in 2016 and 2017 for achieving outstanding results, as well as the Macfarlane-Grieve Prize and Garrett Prize for music. I have been tutoring since 2011 both privately and as a volunteer, specialising mostly in Mathematics and Music. Whilst my tutoring approach is results focused and I have a successful track record for raising students' attainment grades, I enjoy the scope private tuition offers for tailored teaching that helps students learn effectively and think beyond a mark scheme. ...
I have been studying with degree level students for years and find tailoring concepts and processes to an individual’s interests exciting. I’m patient and disciplined and enjoy the reward of helping students move past plateaus in their learning, and with a diverse background in many subject areas I can adapt lessons and study to a wide range of individual needs. ...
I graduated from Trinity College, Cambridge in 2012 with a 1st class degree in Natural Sciences and the Cambridge University Physiology Prize for excellence in my written dissertation. Raised in both Princeton, New Jersey and Cambridge, England, I am an expert in the differences between the American and English educational systems as I was accepted as an undergraduate to Harvard, Princeton, MIT, CalTech, and Cambridge. I have been tutoring since 2005 as both a private tutor and in the non-profit sector. ...
Nicholas is a recent graduate of the University of Cambridge, where he studied preclinical medicine before moving to pursue global health projects. After a stint at the World Health Organisation Nicholas is now studying for an MSc in International Health Policy at the London School of Economics. With a mother as a teacher, and many other family members working in education, he has experience in working with children of all ages covering a variety of subjects, and has also spent time teaching in China and Kenya during university holidays. ...