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Abi is an experienced tutor who specialises in science and maths. She is enthusiastic and is always looking for new ways to make her lessons fun. Her previous experience as a fun science presenter in primary schools has provided her with the training to provide fun and engaging science sessions which keeps the children both entertained and interested. Abi studied at the University of Bristol, before working for the Aerospace Company Airbus. During her time in the Chief Engineer’s department, she volunteered as a Education Outreach Representative for Airbus. Abi helped to organise and coordinate many science and technology events at Airbus and at schools, including the UK Robot Challenge Finals and The Big Bang Science Fair. Her love of working with students to encourage and promote science led her to a career in science teaching, and finally academic tuition. She has worked for Arlen Education for several years offering Maths and Science tuition to students up to GCSE level and Headstart to A-level.

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  • Jane S December 4, 2020

    Abi has transformed my son's approach to learning sciences. He's gone up flightpaths and is getting amazing grades just months after working together. My son finds the lessons fun and engaging and really looks forward to them. He started the lessons in lockdown and is still enjoying them each week after school on Zoom. It's lovely to see my son's whole attitude change and a sense of belief in his own abilities develop. Abi's really made science work for him and the results speak for themselves.

  • Louise Hubner December 4, 2020

    Abi Bilton has been such a help to build my sons confidence with Maths. He leaves his sessions with great enthusiasm and I have seen a real difference in his regarding Maths. Thank you!

  • Vanisha kotecha November 24, 2020

    Abi has taught my son a couple of times, and her knowledge, skill and patience are excellent. She knows when to push and when to slow down when teaching.