Mr Martin Scarratt

Mathematics

BSc (Hons) (York University), PGCE (Warwick University)

Mr Scarratt joined Cambridge Tutors College as a Teacher in the Mathematics Department in 2007. As well as being a Maths Teacher, he is also the Mathematics IT Development Manager and is responsible for the creation and management of the College Timetable.

He has been teaching A-Level Mathematics for almost two decades and came to CTC London from Albany College, Hendon, an Independent sixth-form College based in Middlesex.

Mr Scarratt attended York University where he studied Mathematics; He completed his BSc, with Honours, and began his PGCE in Secondary Mathematics at Warwick University in the same year. He completed his teaching qualification and immediately took his first teaching role.

Following the completion of his studies, Mr Scarratt began teaching at St. Andrews Catholic School, Surrey, one of only 34 schools in the UK to be awarded the World Class Schools Quality Mark (WCSQM). He was in this role for a year before moving on to teach A-Level Mathematics and Further Mathematics at Albany College, Hendon. He taught at Albany for 8 years before he joined the Mathematics department here at CTC London.

Apart from teaching, Mr Scarratt’s duties within the Mathematics department include keeping the department up to date with the latest IT resources and training, maintaining and developing the Mathematics VLE area and managing the online resources for both teachers and students.

Outside of the Mathematics Department, Mr Scarratt is responsible for ensuring that all students’ curriculum requirements are met with regard to the provision of contact time with teachers for their chosen subjects.

“CTC is a great place to teach. Small class sizes, intelligent and hard-working students and the highly academic ethos within the college mean that I can teach at a level that is unusually high for a college of this type. I particularly enjoy teaching Further Pure Maths and giving Maths classes for National Maths competitions and the Oxbridge Maths entrance exams.”