About Us

Personalised Learning

We wholeheartedly believe in the learning experience for all of our young people. Being the most affordable tutors on the Wirral, we guarantee a 1:4 ratio when working in groups but also offer a 1:1 tuition service.

Although our prices are amongst the lowest in the area, our outcomes are the best and our results are second to none. It would be quite easy to focus on generating income, here at Fulfill Learning we focus on generating success.


All tutors are DBS checked and they ensure each child’s safety is of paramount importance. At Fulfill Learning, all learning takes place in a happy, safe and enjoyable environment.

Safeguarding legislation and government guidance says that safeguarding means:

  • Protecting children from maltreatment
  • Preventing impairment of children’s health or development
  • Taking action to enable all children and young people to have the best outcome

Safeguarding includes child protection, health care plans, health and safety, site security, safety on school trips, anti-bullying work and so much more.

Child Protection Officer: Jayne Foley (BEd Hons, NPQSL)

We adhere to the following three DFE safeguarding documents:

  • Working Together to Safeguard Children 2015
  • Keeping Children Safe in Education 2016
  • The Prevent Duty 2015

Our Facilities

Our fantastic facilities include a fully resourced, fit for purpose learning environment with WiFi access. There is an area for parents to wait and plenty of local parking in the quiet village of Upton. This is an ideal place to learn, progress and succeed. We have a free library service available to all pupils. This includes many books from the recommended reading page and can be returned at any time.

Meet Our Team


“My name is Jayne and I own Fulfill Learning. My philosophy of education is that all the children are unique and must have stimulating educations environment when they can grow physically, mentally, emotionally and socially. I ensure we create an atmosphere where students can meet their full potential.”

Fun facts

  • I have 3 children. 2 attend Caldy Grammar and the other is in pre-school
  • I was a professional tennis coach
  • I’m a qualified head teacher


“Hi, my name is Chelle. I work mainly with SEND pupils as a 1.2.1 support. In the past, I’ve worked with both adults and children with additional needs to ensure that they have every opportunity to meet their true potential. I wholeheartedly believe that Learning should be fun and engaging. I engage that this is central to my sessions.”

Fun facts

  • I have two dogs called Max and Moxley
  • I’ve completed lots of obstacle courses
  • I used to play clarinet
  • I was a kickboxer for 14 years


“Hello! My name is Jay Panchal. I currently teach year 4 at a local primary school, however I have experience working across all years groups at primary level. My sessions are fun and engaging as that’s when we all the learn best. I’m a rebel because I draw on the tables!”

Fun facts

  • I support Arsenal Football Club
  • I play football for a local team
  • Jayne taught me in primary school


“Hello! My name is John. I am taught at Wirral Grammar School for Boys for 10 years and I’m now Chair of Governors at a local primary school. Having worked as a guardian ad liten, children’s well-being and mental health are at the core of my values.”

Fun facts

  • I tell lots of very funny “dad jokes”
  • My dog Mac moos like a cow
  • I umpired at Wimbledon


“Hi! My name is Phil. I teach Maths, English and History. I delight in helping students build up their confidence eabling them to leverage their inherent abilities to best effect. During the early part of my career, I spent a couple of years as a police constable in Toxteth and Belle Vale.

Fun facts

  • I’m a geek somewhat obsessive about Roman history
  • I worked as a systems analyst in Texas
  • I once knocked over Andrew Lloyd Webber rushing into a hotel


“I have worked with children in varied roles for over 25 years. I am passionate about Sen professionally and personally and believe all children follow their own path of development and shine in their own time when they are ready. I am continually updating my skills and knowledge to support the children I work with.”

  • Early years Foundation degree in care and education L5
  • Diploma in childcare and education level 3
  • Elklan speech and language level 3 trained practitioner
  • New skills academy Send diploma
  • Dyslexia and Autism awareness diplomas
  • Understanding and managing ADHD certificate of achievement
  • Level 2 mental well being in children and young people
  • Sensory diet training


“Hello, I’m Sue and I work at Fulfill as a secondary English tutor which means I currently teach Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 GCSE students in small groups or on a 1-1 basis. I have worked for many years as an English teacher in Liverpool secondary schools and I love being able to support students in their learning and helping them achieve their full potential.”

Fun facts

  • I enjoy photography and snorkelling
  • I once swam in a volcano (it was full of water, not lava!)
  • I actually like teenagers!


“Hi. My name is Mike. I graduated as a maths teacher in 1989, after which I gained extensive experience in schools and colleges throughout the NW and across all age ranges. I endeavour to adapt my teaching to the individual needs of each pupil and to present my subject in an accessible and relevant manner. My speciality is GCSE exam preparation, often with very tight time constraints. I have strong outside interests in history, natural history and foreign languages.”

Fun facts

  • I have never used an emoji
  • When I was 8 I was by a wasp up my left nostril whilst riding pinion on a motorbike
  • I’m the only person in history to have found the nest of a very rare marsh warbler in Cheshire


“My name is Sophie. I currently teach a year 2 class at a local primary school but have spent 6 years before that working between foundation 1 and 2. I have a wealth of experience with early years education and provide a fun, engaging and interactive curriculum. My specialisms include developing phonics and social communication.”

Fun facts

  • I have a horse called Piper and a dog called Nacho
  • Nacho often visits the vets for the various items he enjoys eating
  • My dream job would be a detective


“Hello! I’m Cath Downes and I’ve worked with Fulfill since September 2022. I was a primary school teacher for 18 years before deciding to have a change and now I teach mindfulness and meditation as well as tutoring. I am passionate about mental wellbeing and finding the joy in every day – for adults and children alike!”

Fun facts

  • I moved up to the Wirral from Somerset 3 years ago
  • I love Star Wars… and vampires!
  • I once appeared on the National Lottery programme… but I didn’t win it!


“Hi! My name is Jane Sherlock. I have recently taken early retirement, after teaching for 20 years. I love teaching and working with children, so decided to join Fulfill Learning. I have worked across all year groups in KS1 and KS2. I am a great communicator, caring, patient and understanding. My sessions will be interactive and fun.”

Fun facts

  • I love spending time outdoors, walking and camping
  • I am an Everton supporter
  • My favourite colour is purple
  • I love elephants