Sarah Razzak - Centre Manager
Sarah graduated from University College London in Biochemistry. During her time at university, Sarah worked as a student ambassador, leading residential summer schools for disadvantaged sixth formers.
Before managing inTuition Clubs, Sarah was a mentor with Debate Mate, going into underperforming schools and holding afterschool debate clubs. She also worked as a Science Communicator with Wellcome Trust, exhibiting in schools, universities and festivals nationwide. Sarah also volunteered to hold CV and interview skills workshops with children from disadvantaged backgrounds to improve confidence and employment prospects.
Sarah has a passion for widening participation for children from disadvantaged backgrounds – increasing social mobility and raising aspirations in troubled communities.
Sarah loves cooking and the outdoors – especially nature walks!
Alex Jaspaul - Assistant Manager
Alex joined inTuition Clubs having graduated from London South Bank University with a First-Class Honours in Education Studies. Prior to this, Alex worked as a Teaching Assistant for four years – three of those being in primary schools and one year at a SEN college. Alongside this, Alex worked as a private tutor to help children prepare for their SATs.
Alex loves to cook, listen to music and play the guitar. He enjoys riding his new motorbike and playing football.
Watch out because Alex can do a backflip!
Anum Aziz - Assistant Manager
Anum graduated from Middlesex University with a BA (Hons) in Education Studies and then went on to do a Masters in Primary Education (Policy and Practice) at University College London.
Before working at inTuition Clubs, Anum worked in the education industry for an additional nine years. During this time, she worked as a Teaching Assistant, with SEN children and international students, and tutored primary and secondary schools’ students on a one-to-one basis.
Anum’s passion for teaching stemmed from her educational experiences, where she found that the skills and knowledge developed in the classroom help to nurture young people throughout their lives. Anum has a deep commitment to supporting children’s learning and becoming a teacher will allow her to help mould the future generation of young people, enabling them to achieve their full potential. Anum strives to be a role model that encourages knowledge, open minds and ability so that they can look at the world intuitively.
In her spare time, Anum loves to play badminton. Watch out for her dances moves too!