About me

My name is Lise (pronounced Lisa) Wildman and I have over twenty five years experience of teaching Biology, Chemistry and Combined Science in high achieving schools in the maintained and independent sector in the UK. I have a proven record of results at Common Entrance 13+, Key Stage 3; GCSE and A level.

I graduated from the University of Manchester with an BSc. Honours Degree in Biology and Chemistry, followed by a PGCE at the University of Leeds to achieve qualified teacher status. I later went on to achieve a Masters in Education, from the University of Leicester, whilst continuing to teach full time.

I have held several management roles, including Head of Biology; Head of Science; Gifted and Talented coordinator and School Challenge coordinator. In 2017 I took early retirement from full time teaching and I now teach online where I am able to nurture students into successful, confident and resilient young people who enjoy Science.

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Science Tutor: Lise Wildman
World-Traveler-Leicester
I have travelled extensively to Canada, United States of America, Europe, Asia and New Zealand.

I have worked as a Science Subject Officer and more recently as a Principal Examiner for one of the major awarding bodies. This has provided an invaluable insight into the examination process and has inevitably impacted in a positive way on my own professional practice. In my examining role I wrote GCE AS examination papers and associated mark schemes, reports to centres and other support material for teachers.

When I am not providing tuition, my dog called Jesse keeps me busy. Regular daily long walks with him keep me active and I particularly enjoy gardening, reading, quilting, photography and improving my stained glass window making skills. I love to experience different cultures and before Covid, I have travelled extensively to Canada, United States of America, Europe, Asia and New Zealand.