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Our ethos

We are a small creative team,
trying to enrich the lives of others

Our place or yours?

Our tutors can travel to your home
or we'll make you welcome at our West End premises,
just north of Oxford Circus.

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Our specialism

We focus on getting
the best out of our students


  • We had previously tried several tutors and different agencies, but it wasn’t until we started using Cavendish Milton that we started to see the real benefits that Tutoring can bring.

    - Mary, mother of Angus and James -
  • Cavendish Milton were beyond helpful, not just in preparing James for his exams (which he passed with flying colours), but in providing assistance in navigating the confusing landscape of the Boarding School system.

    - Isabelle, mother of James -
  • Poppy found the lessons so enjoyable. At the same time, we were able to see real progress in all her subjects thanks to their exceptionally detailed reporting features, which really helped us feel on top of everything.

    - Laura, mother of Poppy -

Meet the Cavendish Milton Team

Our creative minds will make your success possible

Ranulph Tees

Managing Director

Ranulph is the Managing Director of Cavendish Milton. He founded Cavendish Milton to build an agency around the passion & expertise he developed over several years as a professional tutor. His ambition is to build on the hugely successful Assessment-Led teaching methodology he has spearheaded by training other tutors in his methods and building specialist content to support them. Ranulph’s teaching has focused on standardised tests taken by pre-adolescents, such as the 11+ exams often taken by pupils in the UK. His Assessment-Led approach has seen great results, with his pupils regularly achieving and often exceeding their educational goals: be that entrance to a specific school, exam success, or academic fulfilment more generally.

His Assessment-for-Learning expertise has seen him consult for several Educational Service Providers in both the private and voluntary sector, including the charity Action Tutoring, with whom he dedicates much of his time outside Cavendish Milton. Elsewhere in education, Ranulph has worked as a Home-Educator for several families, and he continues to teach both Physics and Philosophy at A-Level, often working with the Oxford Tutorial College.

He begins part-time study at the University of Oxford for his MSc in Educational Assessment in Autumn 2018. There he will conduct research and submit his thesis, focusing on the validity and efficacy of Standardised Aptitude Tests taken by 9-11 year olds, taking his professional expertise into an academic setting. He read for his BA in Philosophy and Economics at University College London (UCL). Prior to founding Cavendish Milton, he worked in Investment Banking at JP Morgan Chase & Co., where he covered European Telecoms in the Equity Research team.

Alison Logier

Senior Tutor

Alison is Senior Tutor at Cavendish Milton, with responsibility for and oversight over all areas involving recruitment, tutor-training and operational management. Prior to joining Cavendish Milton, she has served for several years as the primary co-ordinator and supervisor of the Cambodian NGO ‘Pour un Sourire d’Enfant’ Summer-Camp programme. There she was responsible for the day-to-day management of more than 1000 children and 200+ staff in multiple locations across Cambodia, as well as taking sole responsibility for the international recruitment of volunteers throughout the year.

She furthered this expertise as a Recruitment Consultant with the London-based Timberseed, having previously worked in Luxembourg with CACEIS and EY. She decided to join Cavendish Milton in order to merge her expertise in operational management with her love of education – private tutoring in particular, which is a field Alison had engaged in previously on a part-time basis for many years. She boasts a fantastic record of success, and is fully subscribed to the Assessment-Led approach of Cavendish Milton. Alison specialises in the teaching of French, Italian and Spanish and is experienced in teaching children with dyslexia.

Alison reads at the University of Oxford for her MSc in Evidence-Based Social Intervention and Policy Evaluation, where her subject specialism is on interventions targeted towards the reintegration of victims of sexual trafficking into society, a passion developed through many years of working with sexually exploited children in Cambodia. She previously read for her BA in European Social and Political Sciences at University College London (UCL). Away from Cavendish Milton, Alison volunteers with the Survivor's Trust and Great Ormond Street Hospital.

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Our premises are a 4 minute walk from Oxford Circus, round the corner from the BBC's Broadcasting House.

Cavendish Milton

10 Middleton Place

+44 (0)20 7637 8865