The InFlow Education team.
What our Staff have to say.
“What I love most about tutoring at InFlow Education is that the students really do want to be there. I also enjoy the fact that the students are interested in gaining new knowledge and I work with them so that they can reach their full potential and feel rewarded with their achievements.”
“The thing I love most about tutoring is taking the passion I have for subjects and developing that passion within my students to ensure they reach their potential whilst enjoying their learning at the same time.”
“The best thing about tutoring is being able to engage with and build a rapport with my students. It’s rewarding when I can see that they enjoy learning in a positive and supportive environment and that they grow – not only academically but as a person too.”
Seeing students grow into more confident people who become clear about what they want to do beyond school. Also hearing how parents and their children are getting along better at home as a result of the student applying the simple InFlow system to success.
“ I enjoy the relaxed and supportive environment at InFlow, I believe that it is something you can’t find elsewhere.”
“InFlow Education offers a positive and stress-free learning environment where kids feel comfortable with their tutors. This way students begin to feel positive about learning which leads to confidence in all areas of life and sustainable academic success in the future.”
“I love the comfortable, thriving and supportive environment we have created at InFlow where building and developing self-confidence is key. Overall, why I love tutoring at InFlow Education is because it provides students with a holistic experience imparting on them life skills for motivation, study and self-belief.”
“I’ve been working at InFlow Education for the past 5 and a half years and it has been such an enjoyable experience. I like it because it has such a dynamic and relaxed environment where the focus is on self-development and confidence building, alongside content learning for the students.”