Enrich Learning is an online education platform that puts students at the centre of their learning. Our online classes and one to one lessons are taught by quality, vetted and experienced tutors.
We provide virtual group online tuition classes and extracurricular activities at the UK’s most affordable rates!
All students are given access to our bespoke Enrich Learning online education platform. Students access the platform via our website. On our one of a kind platform, students can access their lessons, communicate with tutors, use education focused resources and use our exciting features (which includes free access to Microsoft Word and no additional cost to you).
Users do not need to download any third party software and our platform can be accessed on any device - laptop, desktop computer, tablet or smartphone. There is no need for Zoom, Microsoft teams or Google Classrooms. Everything is on our platform!
Parents, carers and guardians also have access to our parent’s portal platform where they can see their children's progress, children's homework marks, comments by their tutors while also being able to communicate with them and access our expert-led forums which have been designed to make the journey of parenting easier.
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Onyinye graduated from King's College London (KCL) in July 2019. Her degree is in Religion, Politics and Society BA (Hons). She was awarded the first ever KCL student of the year award in 2018 and is now completing her masters in Education, Policy and Society MA. Onyinye has been an international tutor and education consultant for 10 years; she teaches English, Religious Studies, Philosophy and History.
Narain is a final year student at King’s College London (KCL). He is studying Business Management BSC (Hons) at King’s Business School. He has a keen passion for entrepreneurship, demonstrated by him being involved in the launch of several start-ups. Narain has been a tutor for over four years and firmly believes in helping students unlock their full potential and excel at all stages of education.
Andrea Barbeau is an incoming International Relations with Spanish student at the University of Sussex. Given her diverse background, Andrea is fluent in both French and Spanish, with an aim to further her language skills by learning Portuguese. Having recently returned from travelling in the Americas, Andrea has developed her Spanish skills to native level which has enabled her to win a national Spanish debating competition. She endeavours to incorporate knowledge of Hispanic culture into her teaching.
Zahra is a final year undergraduate, studying French, Spanish, and Portuguese at the University of Cambridge. She is also proficient in Italian, having lived in Milan for three years as a child. Following that, she spent three years studying at home, achieving her self-taught IGCSEs through distance-learning. She has been tutoring for over three years and spent her third academic year teaching English in Parisian middle schools, too. After university, she intends to pursue a career in consultancy.
Awais Seyyad is an incoming Chemistry undergraduate at Imperial College London. He has extensive teaching experience, having worked as a teaching assistant and private tutor throughout his gap year. He has an undying love for flashcards which he will try to impart. He hopes to share his enthusiasm for science and why he finds it so fascinating.
Qasim Sadiq is a Physics undergraduate at King's College London and has over a years worth of experience as a STEM tutor. Once a participant in the Times national Spelling Bee and having conducted research on behalf of Jaguar Land-Rover at the University of Warwick, Qasim hopes to inspire the people of tomorrow and to promote a wider appreciation for Physics across the UK.
Jamie is a final year student at University of Exeter. He is studying Geography BA/BSC (Hons). He is part of the National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS). He studies languages and computer programming in his free time and wishes to impart his knowledge onto younger generations.
Having recently been awarded an MA in Theology & Religion with distinction from The University of Durham, Matt Shahin is currently undertaking his doctoral training at the University of Newcastle in preparation for his PhD in Human and Cultural Geography. During his MA he was published for his research into the function of religion and ritual in Kosher care homes in the USA in volume 10 of the journal Foundation. He has experience teaching up to a university level standard in a range of subjects.