We are a group of experienced and dedicated individuals offering private and group tutoring in a variety of areas including mathematics, statistics, data analytics, physics, chemistry, biology, English, literature, Mandarin, and others.

All tutors have Working With Children Checks. We offer in-person and online services.

This company was founded on the philosophy that a tutor must teach a student how to learn and be independent. A good tutor will work themselves out of a job.

What sets us apart? We look after our students needs both within sessions and between them. That is why parents and students will always have access to on call help (general and academic) outside of sessions, as well as access to our library of resources. Unlike other tutoring agencies, we have an elaborate feedback and communication system that ensures that the student, tutor, parents, and Sutton Education are all on the same page about the progress and needs of the student.

Disclaimer: All tutors are contractors with their own Australian Business Numbers. 

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Stuart’s teaching philosophy is simple, teach a student how to learn and how to self-sufficient. That way they can be independent and go onto teach others. Which is to say, that a good tutor works themselves out of a job! This is the core philosophy of Sutton Education and is instilled in all the tutors.

Stuart has been tutoring for three years since he started his Mathematics and Statistics degree at the University of Melbourne. Over the course of his tutoring journey, he has predominantly taught maths, science, and finance. This experience allows him to understand the position of the student and how best to help them.

During high school he achieved a 99.80 ATAR and was the Dux and is now on track to graduate with First Class Honours, so he understands what is needed to excel academically. Which makes him perfect to guide students’ through their journey.

Stuart also does statistical consulting/ data analytics for graduate students and industry professionals. He is proficient in Excel, R and Python. 

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Michael has been teaching for more than 40 years.  He holds a PhD in mathematics from an Ivy League college, an MBA from Harvard Business School, and a Certificate IV in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL).  Michael currently teaches at the University of Melbourne and has been a professor at other universities.

Michael’s tutoring specialties are English, maths, accounting, and business.  He has worked with students from year 4 to postgraduate, as well as with adult learners.  He is also a volunteer tutor for AMES Australia.

Michael’s teaching approach is aimed at developing students’ ability to explore and work independently, and above all at having a successful and enjoyable learning experience.

In his spare time, Michael trains pet dogs and Seeing Eye Dog puppies, goes to the gym, cooks, and studies Italian.



Robin has been a professional teacher in Maths and Physics for over 30 years and a private tutor for 15 years. Rest assured, you will be in safe and experienced hands. He has a Master’s of Science and Graduate Diploma of Education from Monash University.

He has worked at many prestigious schools in Melbourne, these include St John’s College (where he as the Head of Physics), Yarra valley Grammar, Eltham High, Pembroke SC, Box Hill Institute, Toorak College, Mac Robertson Girl’s School and more! His students have achieved perfect scores in VCE, gold medals in international maths competitions.

He tutors maths, science, GAMSAT and selective entry exams to high school students and tertiary. Robin also provides exclusive learning materials that only professional teachers possess.



Mick has been a high school teacher and personal tutor for over 20 years. He is passionate, knowledgeable and has a deep understanding of what students need. He has a Bachelor of Education in Secondary Maths and Physics from the Queensland University of Technology and is about to finish a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (Honours).

Mick has experience teaching various STEM subjects; he has worked at schools in Brisbane, the Sunshine Coast and Regional Queensland. He has experience tutoring both secondary and tertiary students, both in their homes and online.

In his spare time, Mick enjoys woodworking, fishing, and spending time with his family.



Stephanie is a dedicated, action-oriented professional teacher with over 13 years’ experience in the education sector. She graduated from Monash University with a double degree in Arts and Education. She also has an Advanced Teacher of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) certificate from Australasian Training Academy. 

Stephanie has taught English as an Additional Language (EAL) to students of different cultural backgrounds and age groups in classrooms, online, as well as through private one-on-one tutoring sessions. She possesses instructional skills, patience and sensitivity to cultural differences and is adaptable to students' diverse learning styles. In addition, Stephanie has the skills to make learning engaging and fun. She believes having fun while learning helps students retain information better because the process is enjoyable.

Stephanie is passionate about teaching. She has volunteered as a tutor with AMES and taught EAL to newly-arrived adult migrants and refugees to Australia. Above all else, Stephanie believes that learning is a lifelong journey. It does not end on graduation day.



Inneke has a Master’s of Teaching (Secondary) from Deakin University. She also has a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Theatre, Film, Dance and English from the University of New South Wales and a Master of Arts in Production Design from The Australian Film, Television and Radio School (AFTRS). 


Inneke has worked for over 15 years as a professional art director in the film and television industry. It is her passion for the arts, multimedia and storytelling that has led her to pursue a career in education. As a tutor she enjoys supporting and facilitating learning to enhance each student’s creative and critical thinking skills. She is passionate about English and Media Arts, and aims to foster the development of literacy and communication skills, to support each of her student’s personal and academic potential.

Inneke loves being outdoors, cooking and enjoys watching a good movie with friends. 



Vincent has over three years of VCE tutoring experience. He has a fascination for exploring new ideas and wants to inspire his students to do the same. Vincent has a Bachelor and Masters of Chemistry, and a Diploma in Applied Mathematics from the University of Melbourne where he graduated with First Class Honours and was a Chancellor's Scholar. Currently, he is working as a laboratory demonstrator at Melbourne University. Next year he plans to start his PhD in Chemistry. 

When he completed his VCE with a 99.90 ATAR and he scored raw 50s in Specialist Maths and Chemistry and high 40s in his other subjects. He is more than capable of tutoring tertiary level chemistry and mathematics.  

He is an avid player of the piano (classical and jazz) and the French horn (above Grade 8 level in both), and is able to give lessons in either of the two, as well as in music theory.



Roland has recently completed a Bachelor of Politics and Public Policy with a minor in History and a Bachelor of Research (Honours). He is currently engaged in his final semester of a Master of Public Policy through RMIT University. In addition to an extensive knowledge of Australian politics, English textual analysis, current affairs, and governance he has considerable experience in the study of Australian and global history.
For over six years Roland has provided tutoring for secondary students and has a particular focus on assisting students with their VCE assessment items and examinations. He has extensive experience assisting students from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and can provide excellent guidance on essay writing and exam preparation across a range of subjects.
Roland has a strong focus on providing students with the skills they need to research and write high quality assessment pieces and exceeding expectations in their final years of school studies. He aims to deliver classes that are engaging and challenging and that are tailored to each students’ individual needs, abilities, and educational goals.



Atharv has a Bachelor of Commerce (in Finance) from the University of Melbourne. For the past two years he has volunteered as a tutor in refugee communities and worked for other tutoring agencies. He is passionate about making sure that no child is left behind. He cofounded www.trstissues.org social enterprise brand raising awareness for COVID-19. His specialties are finance, economics, business, accounting, maths and English. He also does IB (International Baccalaureate) support and mentoring. Soon he will be starting an algorithmic trading course, as this is what he hopes to do in the future.



Sophie has a Bachelor of Science (in Data Science) and is currently studying a Masters of IT (in Artificial Intelligence), all at the University of Melbourne. She passionately provides tutoring in anything computer related, particularly in Python, R, Java, C and analytics. Sophie is patient and understanding of students’ needs, so you can feel at ease when with her. As a native Mandarin speaker, she can provide language training and can run session in Mandarin if needed. Also, she has completed the 8th grade piano exam by the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music, so can give lessons in piano to beginners and intermediates. She finished high school in New Zealand and has a notional ATAR of 99.15.



Maxwell is completing the Bachelors/ Masters pathway in Mechatronic Engineering at the University of Melbourne, where he is on track to finish with First Class Honours. He has extensive experience running workshops, engaging with students and unpaid tutoring. His strategy is to learn through understanding (by examples and worked problems) and getting to know a student to allow him to tailor individual lessons. The subjects he is passionate about are mathematics, physics, and programming (Java, C and Matlab). As someone who has switched degrees, he is well equipped to provide guidance through higher education. Between his degrees he travelled all over the world for 18 months and worked abroad. He finished school in Queensland with a notional ATAR of 99.40.



Ryan is currently studying Maths and Physics at Monash University, he finished school with an ATAR of 97.50. He certainly has a passion for learning, which rubs off onto his students. Success breeds success! Ryan is particularly passionate about offering mentoring, such as goal setting (and achieving!), time management, study skills and exam strategies. He has been tutoring maths and sciences to all ages since last year.

Ryan is a musician who plays the flute, piano and guitar. In his spare time, he edits videos and plays board games.

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William has earned a 97.00 ATAR, with study scores of 48 in English, 44 in Philosophy, and 43 in Literature. He has been admitted to Brown University in the United States, where he will be studying English in the future. 

William tutors English with a passion for dissecting texts, and identifying its meaning, through open and free discussion. It is this open and engaging approach to studying which he believes sparked his own enjoyment and success, both in English, Literature, and Philosophy.

William is a competitive rower and enjoys reading in his spare time.