Our tutors

Meet our outstanding team of tutors and teachers at Lanterna, all of whom are accomplished IB graduates with invaluable insights into achieving academic excellence.

Featured below are profiles of some of our dedicated educators! Our tutors specialize in various subjects, providing targeted support to help students enhance their learning skills, excel in test preparation, and elevate their grades. Benefit from the expertise of our team, who understand the intricacies of the International Baccalaureate program and are dedicated to guiding students to success.

Explore the personalized assistance we offer through our 1:1 Tutoring services, ensuring students receive tailored support for their unique academic needs. To understand our tutoring process and methodology we provide a short how-to-guide to know where to start when you decide to go with Lanterna for your future.

Ella K, 44 points Brighton and Sussex Medical School I find it vital to get to know the IB requirements and the mark schemes, so that answers can be tailored to this specific style. My teaching style is very interactive. I avoid monologues, but rather prompt my students with questions. My main aim is to keep students engaged.
Crystal H, 45 points Trinity College Dublin Medical School I explore each student’s weakness within each topic through open-ended conceptual questions, then really drill into them through practice questions until those areas become their strengths.
Sidharth H, 45 points Imperial College London I always start from the basics—from fundamental definitions and principles. And every step of the way, I get the student to think about what comes next, so that we actually build up the concept together.
Lewis M, 45 points London School of Economics I try to keep my teaching fun, energetic and ultimately highly focused on achieving each student’s specific targets. Also, the more sessions I have with a student the more I am able tailor my teaching to them.
Nicholas F, 43 points The University of Manchester It’s important that students work through problems themselves as much as possible. Students are only able to replicate what they learn when having gone through the learning process themselves. I make sure to give the student problems so that they are able to retain what they have learnt and then replicate it themselves.
Faisal A, 45 points The University of Hong Kong As a compliment to school learning, I try to tailor my classes precisely to what the student wants to improve in and prepare resources and lessons accordingly. Outside of that is to keep everything casual and create a comfortable environment for both myself and the student.
Khushi R, 45 points University of Bath I am a very patient tutor, and understand that it can take time to wrap your head around difficult concepts. Hence, I will focus on understanding your style of learning so that I can explain concepts in a way that best works for you and really value questions (no question is stupid!)
Bianca A, 44 points University College London I try to solid build relationships with my students and would classify my teaching in 3 key words: adaptable, passionate, and interactive.
Nicole N, 44 points University of Exeter I focus on creating a good and comfortable relationship with the student and emphasising that no question is a silly question. I put a big emphasis on student participation and a lot of questions building up to exam level so that my students feel fully confident.
Aniket P Johns Hopkins University I’ve found that breaking complex ideas down to their fundamentals and encouraging students to use those to assemble problem-solving strategies helps to develop a stronger grasp and an ability to think analytically and apply concepts, skills that supported my own academic journey.
Nicolas K Sciences Po Paris I focus on making that link from what the student wants and how to achieve it within the IB system is the most important thing to consider. Ever student needs something different – some need to talk things through, some want a detailed presentation, and it’s important to be flexible.
Sophie R, 44 points University of Warwick You can memorise information with flashcards and enough patience, but conversations with someone more experienced can unlock a level of deeper understanding and real learning that’s impossible to get alone. Tutoring should be that conversation!