My teaching method depends entirely on you. If you want to improve rapidly in a singular area such as Religious Studies, then my tutelage shall be concentrated and concisely directed in that area. If you'd prefer advice across several subjects, then my method will be more diverse and generalised -perhaps taking more time but ensuring to cover each subject thoroughly. I offer a very personalised package of tutelage. I grew up in a council estate with no father and very little family, before losing my arm and becoming disabled. This did not deter me from completing University though, and I want to show others that, even if you feel the odds are stacked against you - you can do it.
I studied Psychology, Law, English, and Film Studies at A Level, then I moved to Scotland and crashed Sociology, Modern Studies, Business Studies, Religious, Moral, and Philosophical studies, Home Economics, and Administration. Following this I attained my OD in Film and Media Studies at Queen Margaret University. I'm the eldest of 4, and in a way have always been comfortable with teahing and encouraging interaction and curiousity - as opposed to me simply transnacting information. I like to include you in academic exercises, build our sessions based upon your preferences, and above all - ensure that eah session ispersonalised to your needs and ideals.
Further amendments may be discussed over the phone or in person. I am very open to adjustments of any kind and would be happy to chat about how I can help you with your studies.
Queen Margaret University (2012-2016)
BA (Hons) in Film and Media
First Year – Introduction to Film Studies (A). Introduction to Media Studies (C). Media Industries (A). Narrative and Representation (B). Media Production 1 (B). Media Consumption (B).
Second Year - Film and Creativity (B). Media and Popular Culture (B). Film Genre (A). Media and Democracy (B). Media Production 2 (B). Working in the Media (B).
Third Year – Media, Culture, and Society (A). Contemporary Hollywood (B). Film and the Family (B). Screenwriting (B). Storytelling in Convergent Media (B). World Cinema (C).
Additional Notes – A letter from Queen Margaret University’s Student’s Union outlines my fortunate time as the Head Coach of the Men’s Basketball team (2014-2015), as well as my time as a player.
Stranraer Academy (2010-2012)
Business Management – B
Religious, Moral and Philosophical Studies – B
Home Economics: Health and Technology – A
Sociology – B
Modern Studies – B
English - C
Intermediate Level Two
Administration - C
Additional Notes – Participated in leadership and teamwork via the ‘Sexpert’ presentations.
- Only student to receive a certificate of excellence and hard work for RMPS.
- RSE Business Experience – Won a competition. Created the best hypothetical business out of a hundred as part of a team.
South Trafford College (2009-2010)
Film Studies - C
Law - C
English – C
Psychology - U
Broadoak School (2004-2009)
B-Tec First Diploma in Sport – Distinction (2 A* and 2 A)
English – A
English Literature – A*
Mathematics – C
Science Core – B
Science Additional – C
G.C.S.E P.E – B
Geography – C
Celica Sales (June 2017)
Customer Service/Sales Representative.
In this position I developed very strong communication skills while fundraising for various campaigns. My teamwork skills improved as I jumped from team to team yet maintained a positive chemistry with everybody in the workplace. My attitude in the workplace is consistently positive, and I have learned very much during my time at Celica – which I am very thankful for, but I am very eager to utilise my skills for Cordant.
Kura Contact Centre (July 2017 - April 2018)
Customer Contact Handler
In this position, my communication skills improved to such an extent that I could easily dictate points in which conversations became intimate but not too intimate. Speaking to so many people each day for nine months built my confidence and allowed me to explore methods of communication amongst peers and make friends that I did not have previously. I am very thankful to this job for teaching me these skills.
Ashley is always very eager to help anyone to the best of his ability and does so wonderfully. He knows how to convey lessons to anyone and is the most patient person I know, anyone would be lucky to have him as their tutor.
Ashley is an extremely intuitive man. Who is astonishing with other people, he gives the right advice and support when and if needed.
Ashley is an extremely enthusiastic and motivated person, and has an extremely positive attitude. This is a huge benefit in tutoring, it allows him to be patient and empathetic while still focusing on success. Ashley also tends to go above and beyond the call of duty when presented with a task. I think this makes him a very reliable tutor, and would guarantee consistent improvement. He has also worked hard very hard himself, through both his education and his own hardships. This has molded him into a compassionate and intelligent person, who excels in in the teaching environment.
Ashley is a good, trustworthy tutor because he doesn't teach unnecessary things and is honest, if you're bad at something he'll tell you need to work on it but he won't belittle you for it.
I think Ashley is a trustworthy tutor as he is my older brother and was always brilliant at helping me with my highers at school. If you don't find learning fun then Ashley can really help with that.
Great teacher, friendly guy easy to get along with who has the patience for all teaching requirements.
sociology lessons closeby? Here's a selection of tutor listings that you can check out.
Superprof can also suggest philosophy lessons to help you.
Learning isn't a problem, religious studies lessons for all!
Taking theology lessons has never been easier: you're going to learn new skills.
|at his home||at your home||By webcam|