‘I passed!!! Firstly. Thank you for all your help. Without you I don’t think I would have done it. A year ago there is no way I would have passed and with my schedule and the struggle I have for spare time I didn’t think I would have had a hope of it wasn’t for your excellent teaching because of you I am now starting university next month. From the bottom of my heart thank you.’ – AC
‘Feeling on top of the world!! Got an A in maths. Thank you for being for a fab tutor. P.s have enrolled for AS maths.’ – KR
‘I thought you’d like to know, I just completed my Access Science Course and landed a place at Kingston University to study a Radiography Degree! I have attained the grades needed and my dream of a new career is going to be realised. Thanks again for your maths teaching, I had to tackle more maths on this course and would have struggled without it!’ – ZP
‘I’m very pleased (and relieved) to tell you that I achieved a grade C for my maths!!! I can’t tell you how chuffed I am with that result! Thank you so much for all of your help and your wonderful teaching, you are the BEST teacher I have EVER had! Your teaching style is perfect, you are a real credit to Sutton College.
Thank you again and all the best. Oh and one more thing, I got into Uni! So I will be starting my new job on 5th October to do my degree at City University to become a radiographer at the Royal Marsden Hospital! I also got a C in my English exam so I don’t have to do either of them ever again! Thank you for encouraging me to keep at it and for not allowing me to quit.’ – CG
‘I am so pleased and excited to let you know my GCSE results, which I just received :) I got an A* for Maths and an A for English!!! I would like to thank you VERY much for your help and support for me during the course at Sutton College. They are invaluable!!! I definitely will take the AS level exam in Maths at Sutton College next summer. And even more good news I would like to share with you is I got a job in a school as a Chemistry Technician and I will start working from this September.’ – HN