Having been educated at St Paul’s Girls’ School and Oxford University, Camilla believes passionately that education should be enriching and exciting. Camilla trained with the Teach First programme, giving her valuable insight into the changing landscape of British education and the impact of government policy on schools. She then taught History for eight years, latterly at Latymer Upper School, west London’s most competitive and dynamic co-educational school.

Her broad knowledge of UK independent schools enables her to support and advise families in identifying suitable schools for their children and then to prepare children for entrance examinations and interviews. Similarly, Camilla has many years of experience in advising families on university entrance, including Oxbridge, from identifying the right course and college through to impressing the admissions tutor at interview.


For many years, Gary Leboff has worked as both a private sports psychologist and a Performance Consultant at the Royal College of Music.

Through his love of coaching, he has developed methods of applying the psychological skills of international sport to the fields of business and education. Building upon his record with Premiership footballers, Olympic athletes and top-level golfers, amongst others, Gary has adapted sports-related strategies to the demands of students going through the different stages of their educational career.

Steeped in the ethos of champions, Gary’s approach to confidence coaching and sport psychology is refreshing, accessible and user friendly. His clients include England striker Jermaine Defoe, Champions League winner Michael Carrick and Premier League winner Gareth Barry, as well as other international footballers including Peter Crouch and Joe Cole.


Richard Scott attended King’s College Wimbledon before going on to study music at The Royal College of Music. He spent several years teaching both classroom music and singing lessons at several schools in Notting Hill, London. Richard later enrolled at the University of London where he studied for an MA in English Literature and Poetry. His love for teaching fostered during his first degree saw him supplemented his Masters’ work by tutoring for Holland Park, and over the years he became a highly sought-after private tutor, specialising in preparing students for school entrance examinations (such as the 7+, 8+, 11+ and 13+).

His years of experience have certified his belief that one-to-one study represents the best way to harness a child’s educational potential and, in so doing, reinforces their self-confidence and their feeling of self-worth. Now managing Holland Park’s tutor recruitment process, his experience informs our selection of only the most capable and engaging tutors.



  • “We believe that decisions about education should be exciting, not bewildering.”