Anastasia Stone 

Founder and director of the London School of Mathematics and Programming

Anastasia graduated from St Petersburg State University with first class honours in Mathematics and Computer Science. She then went on to work in the Investment Banking sector but it was her passion for child development, education and Mathematics that led her to starting the school in 2013. She takes a personal interest in each child and her team comprises excellent teachers some of whom (in early years) are child psychologists and in the later years, are professors. The staff is currently 20 persons strong and hail from universities like St Petersburg State University, Imperial College, the Sorbonne, Lausanne, Warwick and Moscow State University. There’s a mixture of nationalities teaching, including Russian, Hungarian and American teachers and the children enjoy the challenges, riddles, puzzles and stories through which they learn.

Our Teachers

The London School of Mathematics and Programming works with the most accomplished and highly qualified teachers available in the specialist subjects. All our senior teachers have a first class degree and either a Masters, PhD or both, in maths, computer science or robotics. Our staff are also committed enthusiasts of Olympiad level mathematics competitions and the School is proud to have so many past Olympiad winners in its faculty who are now coaching and encouraging our pupils to participate in these exciting and demanding events.

As a result of the School’s partnership with leading providers of cybernetic education platforms, pupils are regularly taught by guest lecturers who are world experts in robotics and the science of teaching robotics.

Our high staff to pupil ratio (1 to 6) is vital to making sure pupils understand their subjects so in lessons our teachers are supported by talented assistants with strong academic backgrounds in mathematics or programming.