Dr Rob

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Qualified Science teacher with a PhD in Physiology and Nutrition from the University of Bath


Dr Rob is a qualified Science teacher and experienced private tutor. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Sport and Exercise Science and a PhD in Physiology and Nutrition from the University of Bath. In addition to extensive experience teaching GCSE and A-level students in Chemistry, Biology and Physics on the major examination boards, Dr Rob is also an experienced university-level tutor. During his time at university, he tutored students on a range of topics, including Human Biology, Physiology, Sport and Exercise, and more. Dr Rob also has experience marking university coursework and providing feedback to improve students’ performance in examinations


University of Bath


I have experience teaching in a secondary school for Biology, Chemistry and Physics at KS3 and KS4.

At the University of Bath I tutored first year to third year students on the Sport and Exercise Science course in lab classes (~30 students) and seminars (~ 5-10 students), covering a range of topics linked to human biology and physiology. My responsibilities included the design and implementation of classes, producing presentations and multimedia resources to supplement practical demonstrations. I was involved with marking coursework and providing feedback to ensure effective learning for future examinations. I also worked with individual students outside of classes, answering questions about coursework assignments or problem-solving from the group lessons. In recognition of my teaching ethos, I achieved the award of Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.


  • PhD in physiology and nutrition (University of Bath). September 2015 - August 2019.
  • Title: The effects of breakfast and exercise for postprandial metabolism and energy balance
  • BSc (Hons). Sport and Exercise Science (University of Bath). September 2011 - July 2015.
  • First Class Hons. (75% average - full breakdown of grades available upon request). Winner of the David Wilkinson prize for best overall physiology student.
  • GCE Advanced Level: History (A), Biology (A), Mathematics (A). GCSE Level: 11A, 1A, 1B.


MathematicsA LevelGCSE
Sport and Physical EducationUndergraduatePhDMaster'sGCSE
English skillsA LevelGCSE
General ScienceA LevelGCSEProfessional Qualification
Human BiologyUndergraduatePhDMaster's
Public HealthUndergraduatePhDMaster's