Our Tutors

We have a team of well-trained and highly qualified tutors across a wide range of subject areas.

Remvic Tutors will be led by Mrs Yetunde Gbagi. She brings into the business a wealth of academic excellence as well as a proven record of tutoring.


I enjoy tutoring and helping people especially young ones and helping them to build confidence in themselves. I am highly positively minded and very enthusiastic about bringing out the best in the people I tutor. I am also very creative with teaching concepts and methodology hereby making every topic as easy and enjoyable as possible.

 Graduating with honours, Mrs Yetunde Gbagi, an associate member of the CIPD, has a BSc in Economics from the Lagos State University in Nigeria and a master’s degree in Business Economics and Finance from the University of Surrey, Guildford.

She first began tutoring at her father’s school (Mason College, Festac) in Nigeria. It was this experience that provided Yetunde with the insight that she enjoyed and excelled at tutoring.R

While Yetunde was also attending University of Surrey, she informally began tutoring both colleagues and undergraduate students. Also, while volunteering at church in the children’s department, her impatartion skills were noticeable by both children and parents. This provided her with incredible insight into a line of coaching and mentoring children by engaging them on one to one basis. No wonder she pursued a diploma in Human Resources management, taking interest in L&D.

She is known for her expertise at turning around situations even in the lives of children whose parents thought their wards could never grasp certain subjects. She has various clients spread across the Surrey County and has dedicatedly serviced these clients consistently.

Tutoring Experience

Presently, I tutor Students ranging from year 2 to A-levels in Mathematics. I also tutor Economics,Statistics and Further Maths. I have also been involved in tutoring my colleagues during my undergraduate and post graduate studies. I have also taught Mathematics in primary and secondary schools.

Approach To Tutoring

I like to tailor lessons to the students’ needs. My aim is to impart in the student a “i can” mentality so that progress can follow smoothly; at the same time having a fun feel to the lessons. I believe once a student has this mentality, the problem is half solved. In addition, I have artistic and computer skills that will be an asset in developing visual aids for tutoring.


We offer a variety of tutoring and advisory services including but not limited to the ones listed below.

KS1 and KS2 general tutoring

We provide tutoring for KS1 and KS2 students

11+ Entrance exams

Our entrance exam preparation tutoring will help your ward pass with flying colors. We offer tutoring for 11+ Entrance exams.

13+ Entrance exams

Our entrance exam preparation tutoring will help your ward pass with flying colors. We offer tutoring for 11+ Entrance exams.

Educational consultancy
We offer consultancy services on education


We would really love to hear from you.

You can reach us on any of the phone numbers or email addresses below or use the contact form on the right to send us a message right now.

Phone: 07450502685

Phone: 01932910973



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72-YEAR-OLD NUN RAPED BY 8 MEN...WHY IS GANG RAPE SO FASHIONABLE IN INDIA?8 thieves gang rape 72-year-old nun for stopping them from robbing school

An elderly nun was rushed to a hospital after being gang raped by a group of 8 men, police in India said.

West Bengal State Police said that the 72-year-old nun was raped by the thieves because she tried to stop them from robbing a school.

The nun was hospitalized in serious condition after the attack, which was carried out at the Convent of Jesus and Mary School. The men escaped and police are looking for them.

The robbers tied up the guards of the school with ropes early on Saturday morning, and entered the room of the nuns, where women were sleeping.

They took one of the nuns to another room when she tried to block their path and took turns raping her. The woman is the oldest nun at the school.

The men escaped with some cash, a mobile phone, a laptop computer and a camera, all belonging to the school. They also destroyed sacred items.

Dozens of angry students, their parents and teachers blocked roads and railway lines for several hours, demanding quick police action against the culprits.


A religious studies teacher had sex ‘all over’ school with a teenage pupil during an 18-month affair, a court heard yesterday.

Vice principal Stuart Kerner, 44, ‘gave in to temptation’ and had sex with the girl in a series of empty rooms – including a storage area.

Jurors heard how he took the 16-year-old’s virginity in one room as she skipped a lesson – and later tried to amend the school register to make it look like she had been in class.

The court heard how he had sex with the ‘besotted’ pupil in the same week his wife miscarried with their second child.

The teacher, who is said to have started the affair when she was 15, also took the girl home, where they watched Bargain Hunt on TV between sex sessions, it is alleged.

Inner London Crown Court heard yesterday how she was a ‘thoroughly willing participant’ in the affair after becoming infatuated with the teacher at Bexleyheath Academy in south east London.

Prosecutor Warwick Tatford said the girl ‘actively sought’ the relationship but accused Kerner – who taught RE, politics and ethics – of a ‘gross breach of trust’.

‘He took advantage of a vulnerable girl who was besotted with him,’ he added. ‘(It was) a teacher giving in to temptation.’

The court was told how the girl was ‘anxious to lose her virginity’ and had sex with Kerner for the first time in February 2012 on a blanket he had brought with him. Giving evidence, she said: ‘My first lesson was IT. In the lesson I had a note. It said, “Go to reception immediately”. My name was on it, it was in his handwriting. I didn’t go to reception – I went to his office. He said go to this room during the fourth lesson.’

She said they then had sex after Kerner moved a table in front of the door and put the blanket over a yoga mat. The schoolgirl later feared she had fallen pregnant, it was claimed.

Although she was marked absent from class, her attendance was allegedly later changed on an electronic register by someone using Kerner’s username and password on a computer.

Mr Tatford said: ‘He’s changed (her) from being absent to being there. But she wasn’t there, she was having sex with the defendant.’ The girl yesterday told jurors how she had an all-day sex session at the teacher’s home while his wife was at work.

She told police she was picked up from a leisure centre in October 2012 before being driven to his home in Aylesford, Kent.

Kerner had allegedly hidden condoms in bedside tables and he made her Marmite on toast while they watched Bargain Hunt on television during breaks from sex.

She said: ‘It was probably the best day I can remember, just being with him.’ After sex in the guest room, the pair would also roam around the house, where the teacher had a large photo of his eight-year-old son hanging on the wall, she said.

On another occasion, when the girl was 15, jurors heard she performed a sex act on him during a week when she was doing work experience at a police child abuse unit – which he described as ‘a bit ironic’.

The girl, now 19, told the court how she had kept a coded diary and marked each page with different ‘smiley faces’ to record their encounters.

She said Kerner also bought her a keyring with the handcuffs, a ruler and a mask from erotic novel 50 Shades of Grey. ‘He said he thought it was an appropriate gift for me,’ she added. ‘He also bought me chocolates.’ The girl told police Kerner had described their relationship as ‘written in the stars’ and likened their affair to the well-known case of a teacher who ran away to France with a pupil.

The court heard how they had sex for the final time in a store room in the school’s PE block.

The affair was discovered when the girl’s mother looked at her phone and found ‘sexual material’ unrelated to the case, jurors heard. She challenged her daughter who revealed the relationship with her teacher, it was said.

Kerner, described as a highly regarded teacher with 20 years’ experience, told police the girl was ‘a pathological liar and a fantasist’.

He denies eight child sex offences. The trial continues.

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