Archaeology and Anthropology Student at Oxford University. Borlase Alumna.
Hi! I’m Chloe, a student at Oxford University studying Archaeology and Anthropology. Before that, I was a student at Borlase, where I spent my time playing sports including rowing, and participating in performing arts. This taught me a lot about teaching and coaching students of all ages. I coached on the year 9 learn to row camp multiple times, and was a student conductor for both the Junior Girls Choir and Gospel Choir. Alongside this, I student mentored GCSE biology, helping all of my students achieved at least an A in their final exams. During my time at Oxford, I have continued tutoring and coaching. Last Easter, I tutored an A-Level English student, helping her to achieve one of only two A grades in the subject at her school.
I also do freelance rowing coaching at Lady Margaret Hall college boat club, Oriel College summer schools, and at the Leander club on corporate training days. This wide range of coaching and teaching experience allows me to work with pupils of almost any age or background to achieve their academic goals. I am able to provide valuable insight for University admissions, especially Oxbridge admissions, personal statements and interview prep.
BA Archaeology and Anthropology
Oxford University (2018-2021)
Predicted Grade: 1:1
Sir William Borlase’s Grammar School (2016-2018)
English Literature A*, Biology A, Geology A
Sir William Borlase’s Grammar School (2011-2016)
A*s: Biology, Physics, English Language, History
As: Maths, Chemistry, Geography, English Literature, German