Ian completed a degree in Natural Sciences (Physics, Chemistry, & Maths) at the University of Birmingham achieving a First with Honours in 2003. For the last 17 years Ian has worked in schools and educational organisations in the UK and across the world including Peru, Romania, Ghana, Cambodia, Hong Kong, New Zealand, the Netherlands, and Australia.
Joseph graduated from University College London, following this he completed his PGCE and qualified as a teacher of Science. At UCL he studied Biochemistry, Pharmacology, Philosophy of Science, Evolutionary Biology and various other scientific fields.
Holly graduated with First Class Honours in Pharmacology from Bristol University in 2012 where she developed deep understanding of anatomy, physiology, neuroscience and pharmacology. She was accepted onto the Teach First Leadership development programme and pursued her passion for science and education.
Carl is a highly-qualified tutor, teacher and examiner with an outstanding track record of helping students to succeed. His students consistently achieve top grades, and a high proportion every year progress to study medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, chemical engineering and chemistry at leading universities.
Phil studied Environmental Science at the University of Southampton before going on to do his PGCE at the University of Birmingham. He began his teaching career in 2002 and has now amassed 14 years teaching experience, teaching in some of the top schools (in both the private and state sectors and also internationally).
Alan holds a PhD in Physics from the University of Warwick and worked in experimental physics research for a number of years at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory's neutron source near Oxford. After teaching Mathematics and Physics in Zimbabwe for Voluntary Service Overseas, he qualified as a science teacher in 2000.
After studying Manufacturing Engineering at the University of Cambridge, Gopal went on to teach Maths and Physics at two schools in Birmingham, UK, via the Teach First scheme. During that time he completed a Masters degree (MA in Educational Leadership) with Warwick University, being awarded a distinction (top 5%) for his work.