About Ludo Tutors
Ludo Tutors was established in London, 2017.
We believe that no child’s potential should be capped and that all children deserve to be seen, heard and supported in a nurturing environment. Our aim is to provide high quality, security-checked and experienced UK Tutors for children and their families around the world.
When Martha, our Founder, started running 11+ courses and support groups for parents in 2018, she saw an opportunity to run online classes for her students’ friends and family around the world.
Ludo Tutors partnered with an educational publisher and launched its first online courses in 2018 for students in the UK, China and Hong Kong.
We have since grown to a team of over 160 Tutors, becoming an approved Online LAMDA Exam (Drama and Public Speaking) Centre and moved into new countries.
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Martha studied at the School of St Helen and St Katharine in Oxfordshire, before training in Acting at the Oxford School of Drama. She went on to read Education with English and Drama at the University of Cambridge (BA Hons). Martha is both Dyslexic and Dyspraxic.
As the Education Officer for The Marlowe Society and The Cambridge University American Stage Tour, Martha led workshops on Improvisation for schoolchildren and seminars on Shakespeare for undergraduates at Brown University and MIT.
Before starting Ludo Tutors, Martha worked as a Tutor, Nursery Practitioner, SEN Teaching Assistant and Governess on a musician’s world tour.
Martha has helped numerous students gain places at their top choice schools, including scholarships to City of London School for Boys, Wycombe Abbey and St. Paul’s Girls’ School.
Alongside running Ludo Tutors, Martha has just finished writing her first sitcom.
Edd graduated with a BA in Acting from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. He is developing Ludo’s new online platform and operates the social accounts along with the Tutor applications.
He’s a workshop facilitator and has taken Shakespeare workshops to schools around Scotland. He has also lead children’s workshops at the V&A in London.
Edd has worked as a SEN Learning Support Assistant as well as the Alumni Coordinator for St. Aidan’s School in Harrogate.
Yifan trained at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and graduated with an MFA in Writing for Stage and Broadcast Media. Before moving to the UK, they studied Dramatic Literature (BA) and Theatre Studies (MA) back in China.
Generally, they work as a freelance writer and translator. Their creative writings can be seen at Camden People’s Theatre, Bloomsbury Festival and so on, whilst their translations include books, play texts and academic essays. From time to time, they also translate for theatre festivals and international organisations by commission.
Before moving to the UK, Laura completed her high school studies in her home country, Colombia. She then graduated with a BA in Film from the University of Roehampton in London. During her studies, she produced about five short films along with documentaries, and directed two more.
Throughout her degree, she joined the Barnes Film Festival as a Film Shortlister and continued expanding her passion as the Vice-President for her university’s film society. She’s currently a freelance videographer, photographer, and writer –as well as being Ludo’s photographer for its official website and social media.
Recently, Laura has contributed to help students in Colombia for their university projects and obtain scholarships through her multimedia freelance work. She is finishing her second screenplay, a historical drama she wrote for her dissertation.
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