Chelsea and Fulham Tutors
Bespoke Tuition in London
What We Do
Chelsea and Fulham Tutors offers a friendly and personal service providing tutors for all subjects and age groups including 7, 8, 11 plus, Common Entrance, GCSE, IB, A levels, Pre-U and UK/US university entrance. We are specialists in preparing for entrance exams and interviews for the top secondary schools in the UK such as St. Paul’s Schools, Eton College, City of London Schools, Westminster School, Latymer Upper School and more.
As London parents, we have a huge amount of experience with these schools and an endless database of past and current students, parents, tutors and teachers.
We are excited to announce our new website created by Hamish Payne Design.
Since we began our journey in teaching and education in 2004, we have grown to over 220 of the finest tutors in London.
Our agency is unique among the London agencies as we were founded by parents so have the inside perspective on schools. We are a virtual company so are able to offer the lowest commission fees to benefit both our clients and our tutors. Our fee structure means that we attract the best tutors available.
Clients pay no registration fees.
We offer a complimentary school advisory service where we compile a list of potential schools to suit your child. Several of our tutors speak Mandarin, Russian, Arabic and other languages to assist international families.
Music and Drama Tuition
We have a number of highly talented musicians, actors and singers with degrees in performance, music and the arts. Our tutors can teach Vocal & Instrumental Technique, Music Theory, Music Exams and Drama for all Grades, GCSEs and A levels.
Alexander started helping my ten and thirteen year old sons with English and Latin history only a few weeks before the Common Entrance exam for Winchester and, even in this short time, he’s transformed my son’s understanding and, more importantly, enjoyment of the subject.
Chelsea and Fulham Tutors is delighted to support the charity Doorstep Library. Doorstep was founded in Fulham in 2007 by local resident Agnes Paroissien who piloted a Doorstep Library on a West London estate. Today, the charity recruits and trains volunteers to go into some of the most disadvantaged areas in London to introduce around 500 children from ages one to eleven to the pleasure of reading.
We encourage our tutors interested in volunteering to attend their Information Sessions.