BSA London is starting a tutoring initiative at the Deptford Lounge. We will be offering free tutoring and homework help in maths, chemistry, physics and biology, from GCSE to A-level.
When mitochondria leave you tired, those maths equations seem unsolvable and chemistry makes you think negatively, we might be there to help. We believe that a little help can go a long way when it comes to the success of science education in school. Our goal is to reach out to underserved communities and specifically those who might not have the resources for private tutoring. This is a pilot project for the British Science Association London, to maintain and increase the interest of schoolkids in STEM subjects, which have so much to offer but can seem unapproachable.
Volunteers, educated in a variety of STEM disciplines, will be at the Deptford Lounge on the 27th of September 2018 from 6-8 pm, the tutoring session will be free to attend. As part of our ongoing relationship with the Deptford Lounge, we will be back on the 3rd of November 2018 with a talk by Alom Shaha, a physics teacher film-maker and science communicator, on “How to be your child’s first science teacher”.
Written by Maria Rapoport