AFFORDABLE PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY TUITION

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About Us

Our Aims

Brought to you by the same people who publish the hugely successful Livemaths.co.uk site, LiveScience plans to provide the best and most cost effective method of providing science tutoring. Using video teaching in this way allows you to learn at a time that is convenient to you, at your own pace, and at any location that has broadband internet access

We believe that learning science in this way is the future of science education, and that a dedicated student could learn the theoretical part of science using our site with no need to go to school. Indeed, we believe that an able student, using our site for a concentrated session of a couple of hours, will learn as much as (s)he would, from a days worth of conventional teaching.

We also believe that schools should subscribe to our site. We provide affordable school time licenses that enable schools to let their students learn at their own pace. This can be used to supplement or even replace conventional lessons in some cases. It can enable students who are ill for a period or who miss classes for any reason to cover material missed in their own time and without putting extra burden on their teachers, as well as allowing able students to work ahead at their own pace.

Who Are We?

Stephen George - Delivers the Chemistry videos in the LiveScience video series as well as the Maths videos on our successful LiveMaths sister site . Has many years of experience in teaching Mathematics after attaining a First Class Honours degree from the University of Newcastle upon Tyne. Has taught at the RGS Newcastle, Haileybury, was Head of Mathematics at The Swaminarayan School, and taught at Forest School in London.

Paul Venkatesh - An experienced software designer. Graduated in Physics from the University of Bath and has been writing software for over twenty years on projects ranging from GPS navigation devices, fusion research and VoIP telephony equipment, to web design and development.

Gary Sparkes - Delivers the Physics videos in the LiveScience video series. Gained an honours degree from the Open University while teaching in the Royal Air Force. Has since taught at John Hampden Grammar School in High Wycombe, Beaconsfield High School, was Head of Physics at St. Clement Danes School in Chorleywood and currently teaches at Aylesbury High School.

Jennifer Cranch - Graduate of Queen's, Belfast in Mathematics, Statistics and Operations Research. Has taught at Haileybury and at Forest School in London.