Marie Redmond MEd, BA (Hons), PGCE
Marie Redmond attended a Buckinghamshire Grammar School. She is a fully qualified primary teacher with a BA (Hons) in Ancient History from The University of Exeter and a Master’s degree in Education, specialising in child psychology and literacy development. She has twelve years’ experience teaching in Buckinghamshire independent schools, including The Beacon School in Chesham Bois, Maltman’s Green School in Gerrards Cross and High March School in Beaconsfield.
Along with her team of exceptional, fully qualified and highly experienced primary teachers (not ‘tutors’), Marie encourages her pupils to improve core skills and build confidence – giving them valuable skills that will stay with them long after the 11 Plus. She has an exceptional understanding of the latest educational trends, so you can rest assured your child’s getting the best possible tuition for the 11 Plus and Common Pre-Tests in Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire.
Marie’s friendly and approachable nature encourages children to take an active part in their learning – building confidence and supporting their own personal goals. She takes the time to understand your child’s exact learning style and tailors her tuition for the best results.
If you’re ready to give your child a head start, whether they will be sitting the exam in 2024 or beyond, please get in touch. You can also sign up to my newsletter below.
Marie's Latest Range of Resources
A range of Marie Redmond’s Superbrain® Books are provided exclusively to students on our courses. Using the knowledge gained during her eleven years of preparing students for the 11+ and independent school entrance exams, Marie Redmond MEd has written a number of verbal reasoning, English and maths books. Additionally, a range of verbal reasoning holiday course books are provided exclusively to students attending our Year 5 11+ Easter and 11+ summer holiday courses.
Marie Redmond’s Superbrain® 11 Plus Flash Cards are given to all our term time students when they join, to supercharge their vocabulary skills.