Conor D.

Conor is an accomplished educator, who has demonstrated a considerable commitment to fostering academic success in a variety of essential subjects.

Conor has a background in the Social Sciences, History, and Politics, and studied these subjects deeply during his time at Queen’s University. Conor then dedicated himself to improving his teaching skills and pedagogical approaches by obtaining his Bachelor of Education degree at Nipissing University.

Conor firmly believes that patience is the cornerstone of any effective tutoring metholdology. Recognizing that each learner progresses at their own pace, he can provide unwavering support and encouragement specifically tailored to the learning style of each of his students.

Conor believes in the incorporation of innovtative teaching strategies, leveraging technology, as well as utilizing real-world examples to make lessons relevant and engaging for his students.

Ultimately, Conor’s dedication to the holistic learning experience, combined with his years of experience and expertise, positions him to be an effective tutor capable of unlocking the full academic potential of his students.







Hi my name is Tara and I am a high school teacher in the subject areas of English and Geography mainly. I have over seven years of teaching experience in both these subjects and in Special Education. I have also taught on a 1-1 basis for learners both in mainstream and with special educational needs. I have taught English as an additional language to many learners who have arrived to the country with little to no English. I also have experience in teaching children in elementary school both in mainstream and in special education too.

I studied a three year Joint Bachelor of Arts degree in the subjects of English & Geography and a two year Professional Masters of Education, both in University College Cork in the Republic of Ireland.

I have made the exciting move to North Vancouver from Ireland and I am very excited to develop my skills and teaching experience here. I really enjoy working with children and I feel a great sense of reward when they develop their understanding of areas that were once very difficult for them to learn about and comprehend. I also love to create a learning environment where the learner feels confident to ask questions and engage in a way that they feel excited to learn. I create this learning experience by having multi-sensory classes therefore each learner can thrive in a way that suits their learning style and needs.

I really look forward to working with your child and I will do my best in creating a fun, caring and learning environment.


Ana V.

Ana is a young professional & educator. She has a combined experience of 10+ years teaching all ages in varying subjects such as French, music, social sciences, and junior level math & sciences. She completed her French Immersion Certificate in 2016 & graduated from Carleton University with a Bachelor in Public Affairs & Policy Management in 2021. Throughout her time at Carleton, she worked as an Economics Workshop Facilitator where she was constantly coming up with creative ways to present information to students- catering to all different types of learning styles. Ana is an incredibly skilled communicator & has a love for teaching that is evident in her work. She believes an individualized approach is the key to the success of her students. In her spare time she likes to read, sing in choir & spend time with friends & family!




Jenny H.

Jenny is a professional teacher with more than five years of experience educating in private schools around the world. After receiving her Honours Bachelor of Arts in English Literature and Philosophy from the University of Toronto, Jenny’s passion for travel took her overseas, where she began her teaching career. Having taught at the elementary level at SABIS International School, an accredited international private school, for two years, her dedication to her students’ achievements inspired her to take on the additional roles of University Counselor and English Department coordinator. Upon her return to Canada, Jenny brought back a wealth of experience in diverse learning environments, which she continues to apply while teaching both high school and elementary levels in private schools across the GTA.


Simran K.

Simran obtained his Honours Bachelor of Science degree from McMaster University where he double majored in Biology and Psychology Neuroscience Behaviour. He was awarded the Kathy Steele Teaching Assistant (TA) of the Year Award for his work as an Introductory Psychology TA. He was also an undergraduate tutor (Calculus, Neuroscience), a Provost Honour Roll Medal recipient, and is a published Educational Psychology Researcher.

With various experiences supporting vulnerable and disadvantaged populations (e.g., as a crisis hotline responder), he can elucidate and compassionately support the various learning and emotional needs of students. Teaching focuses include Biology 11-12, Chemistry 11-12, Physics 11-12, Science 9-12, Math 9-12, English 9-10. Simran enjoys exercising, board games, and music.



Florence T.

EN: Currently pursuing her master’s degree in Public and International Affairs at Université de Montréal, Florence has shown a great work ethic and a passion for learning and research. As a language and history enthusiast, Florence learned Spanish and German in CEGEP which debuted her tutoring journey. She has tutored German for CEGEP students and volunteered to tutor French for new-coming refugee students. With creativity, patience, perseverance, and enthusiasm, Florence’s teaching approach is versatile and focused on the student’s needs, academic growth, and self-confidence.

FR: Poursuivant sa maîtrise à l’Université de Montréal en Affaires publiques et internationales, Florence fait preuve d’une éthique de travail remarquable et une passion pour l’apprentissage et la recherche. En tant qu’amateure de langues et d’histoire, Florence a appris l’espagnol et l’allemand au cégep, où elle a commencé son parcours de tutorat. Elle a enseigné l’allemand aux étudiants au cégep et elle a été bénévole pour enseigner le français aux jeunes réfugiés. Avec de la créativité, de la patience, de la persévérance et de l’enthousiasme, l’approche pédagogique de Florence est polyvalente et axée sur le développement académique, les besoins et la confiance de l’élève.

Luca S.

Luca holds a Honours Bachelor of Arts in History and Geography and a Masters of Teaching from the University of Toronto. Furthermore, Luca has his specialist qualification in Primary/Junior Mathematics.

Luca is a tenured York Region teacher with seven years of teaching Junior/Intermediate experience. Here he has applied his education experience to become a leader in mathematics.

Luca has a balance approached and believes that learning should be a rewarding experience. He strives to optimize the learning experience by making learning tangible and applicable to students’ everyday lives.


Katharine M.

Katharine is an accomplished educator with over a decade of teaching experience. Her educational journey has spanned from her early teaching days in England to her current role within the Toronto District School Board. Katharine possesses a solid academic background, including an Honours Bachelor of Arts and Science degree and a Bachelor of Education from Lakehead University. In addition to her foundational qualifications, she has earned specialized certifications in Special Education, English Language Learning (ELL), and Mathematics.

Katharine’s extensive knowledge and diverse teaching experiences reflect her unwavering commitment to fostering the growth and development of her students. With over 12 years of tutoring experience across a wide range of subjects, she excels in delivering tailored instruction.

Beyond her dedication to teaching, Katharine finds joy in various activities. She enjoys coding, walking her dog Konan, and reading.







Iqura T. is pronounced Iq-ra as the letter ‘u’ in her first name is silent. Iqura completed her post-secondary education at Toronto Metropolitan University with a Bachelor of Arts in Early Childhood Studies. She completed her teaching internships in various settings including Daycare Centres, Malton Neighborhood services, Full-Day Kindergarten, Primary (Gr. 1-3), and Junior (gr. 4-6) grades. She was given the opportunity to work in various cities and different school boards including York, Peel, and Dufferin Peel Catholic District. When she decided to pursue teaching as a profession, Iqura completed a Bachelor of Education at the University of Niagara at the Ontario Campus.

Iqura loves traveling, driving to new places, doing one-on-one sessions, and supporting students to improve in their academic journey. She is currently certified with the Ontario College of Teachers and in good standing. Alongside her years of teaching experience, Iqura has worked closely with primary and junior-age students and has carefully reviewed all the learning goals and success criteria prior to introducing the lesson plans. Throughout the primary grades, Iqura has observed students finding it challenging to complete tasks including reading, writing basic sentences, identifying vocabulary, and mental arithmetic. Additionally, she has completed an AQ (additional qualification) course in ‘Student Assessment’ and she highly believes that tutoring is the best place to give students positive feedback which allows students to see where they went wrong and effective ways they can take action and make necessary improvements. She believes tutoring will fill gaps in education and transform students to be more successful and highly confident in different areas of learning.

In her spare time, Iqura loves traveling to different countries around the world, cooking different recipes, challenging herself by playing interactive games, watching movies, and painting on canvas.




Cynthia is an Ontario Certified Teacher. She grew up in Mississauga. Her family moved to Buenos Aires, Argentina when she was 7 and she spent two years in Spanish Immersion at an American private school, setting the stage for further language learning. She completed an Undergraduate Degree in French at the University of Toronto (Erindale) and then lived and worked both in Beauport, Quebec and Penne d’Agenais, France, where she perfected her French language skills. Coming from a family of teachers, Cynthia signed on with the Peel District School Board as a Special Needs Teaching Assistant in 1988. She loved this role but wished to be involved in program planning and in 1994 graduated from the University of Toronto Faculty of Education. Cynthia worked for the Peel District School Board for 30 years before retiring and also for 3 years as a supply teacher afterwards. During that time she mainly taught junior French Immersion; Core French; ELL; Physical and Health Education; Drama/Dance (French). Helping students learn is woven into the fabric of her being.
In addition Cynthia is a Special Events volunteer for the Oakville and Milton Humane Society and is actively involved in their activities.