Syed Khairi

Full-time teacher of Physics & part-time full stack developer. He/Him.


  • 🏫 Teacher of Physics (2016 - now) - St Michael's Catholic College, London.
  • 🎓 Post Graduate Certificate in Education (2016-17) - St Mary's University, Twickenham, London.
  • 🎓 Bachelor of Science in Physics with Honours (2012-16) - University of Southampton, Southampton.


Launched 2019

A simple html/js web app to generate random questions from different topics to promote retrieval practice for GCSE & A-Level subjects. In 2020, a set of Google Docs & Forms add-ons were also launched for teachers to automatically generate worksheets or online quizzes to support remote teaching. The web app currently reaches average of 8k hits per week. View site →

CLOZEit - Google Docs add-on
Launched June 2020

This simple Google Docs add-on were created after tediously having to create fill in the blanks worksheets from a text paragraph. It enables teachers to simply highlight or underlined the words they wish to be blanked, then the add-on automatically removes the words, replaced with a blank space & add those words to a shuffled word bank. View site →

Science Videos Archive
Launched Sept 2020

A collaboration with @AhmedKhattabUK of where we collated links of teacher curated videos which fits well with our National Curricular and exam boards specifications to be used in lessons. This has helped teachers to support their delivery of experiments using demo videos, enhancing subject specific knowledge for non-specialists & improving delivery of practicals for specialists. View site →
Launched May 2020

Built on Wordpress with custom designed UI frontend including a customised LMS plugin - to create an e-learning website for my A-level Physics students during COVID-19 lockdown period. Students were able to learn sequentially while completing tasks set alongside on Google Classroom. Website access is restricted only using school's email. I wrote about building this site, here. View site →



Questions, collabs, opportunities? Hit me up on Twitter or at [email protected]