LAE Tottenham is grateful to individuals who give their time voluntarily to support our students.
The school will facilitate any required safeguarding checks.
If you are interested in volunteering at LAE Tottenham by giving your time please email Sheila Pyke, PA to the Headteacher (email@example.com) expressing your interest and areas of expertise.
|Name||Profile||Role at LAE Tottenham|
|Elisabeth Marksteiner||Elisabeth Marksteiner has an MA from University of Cambridge, a PGCE from University of Surrey, and an MBA from the Open University. After teaching English in England and Switzerland, she specialised in international university advising. She is a frequent presenter at conferences in North America, Europe, and the Middle East and is currently writing a book on admissions to Oxford and Cambridge.||Elisabeth delivers talks on universities, with an international focus as well as working with individual applicants to Oxbridge and leading international universities.|
|Prisca Garcia||A native Spanish speaking parent, Prisca supports our A Level Spanish cohort.||Prisca works with our students weekly, offering conversational Spanish and feedback on language.|
|Kate Brown||Kate is a Trainee Counsellor with a background in fine art. She is able to support students at LAET that perhaps have not referred themselves to counselling before or that find the prospect of talking therapies daunting or uncomfortable.
|Kate works at LAET every Monday using the integrative model (a combination of psychological theories) and adapts support dependent on individual needs.|
|Role||description||skillset and experience|
|Careers||A flexible opportunity to work one to one with students offering specialised careers advice to complement the work of the school's dedicated careers advisor||A professional career from any field potentially of interest to students at LAET.|
|Oxbridge mentoring||A flexible opportunity to provide one to one support for students making applications to Oxford or Cambridge university.||An exceptional academic background. Ideally an Oxford or Cambridge graduate or experience in admissions preparation.|