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I'm Lisa Bennet, a Science tutor with over 10 years' experience in independent, grammar, and comprehensive schools. In 2024, after a successful career teaching in secondary schools, I started Science Stars Tutoring to provide pupils with one-to-one support outside the classroom environment.

I'm based in Chelmsford in Essex, and have a deep knowledge of KS3, GCSE, and A-Level Biology syllabuses. Here on my website you can learn more about the services I offer, read my references and testimonials, or get in touch via email .

Lisa Bennet, science tutor in Chelmsford

What I Offer

I am a qualified Science teacher with a decade of professional experience teaching in several schools with different backgrounds. I’m particularly passionate about Biology and the natural world, and I enjoy sharing my enthusiasm for this subject.

Services I provide include:

I have a current DBS certificate and have completed all government background checks.

Tutoring Subjects


Post Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE)

King’s College London

MSc Wild Animal Biology

Royal Veterinary College

BSc Biomedical Sciences

University of Southampton

International Baccalaureate

International School of Luxembourg


I just wanted to share the news with you that this week I have found out that I have passed all final year assessments and have officially become a doctor! This is such an exciting time for me and an end to such a long but incredibly rewarding journey, which I am very grateful to you for being a part of! Without the incredible teachers I met along the way, this journey would have been far more difficult, so thank you once again.

– 2020 former Biology A-level pupil

Thank you so much Mrs Bennet for teaching me for two and half years. Biology has been very enjoyable and Horticulture club has been lots of fun. You are such a nice teacher and I have learnt so much. I have really enjoyed all the practicals like dissecting frogs!

– 2018 former KS3 Science pupil

You have been such an amazing teacher, not only this year in Biology but also in previous years in Chemistry. You really seem to care about the grades we get and how we do in the future which makes you an even better teacher.

– 2015 former GCSE Science class