My previous students have ranged from age 14-17, meaning I have experience teaching both GCSE and A-level. I have also mentored degree level politics students in adjusting well to university life.
My lesson structure tends to feature a brief conversation with the student about the topic, to gain more insight into their existing knowledge and to know what we need to work on. I will then give an outline of the content we need to know, and the skills involved, setting these out as 'learning objectives'. From this I will proceed to explain key terms and content, followed by more interactive learning with the student asking questions verbally, and being set small written tasks to feedback.
At the beginning of each student's time with me, I will always produce an itinerary and specification detailing a schedule for the coming weeks of learning. This will be made with what progress the student has outlined they want to make in mind.
I am a student at Durham University studying Politics with Geography and Sociology. I spent two years tutoring Geography and Sociology at school. All of my students obtained their target grades. I come from a family of teachers, making me extremely familiar with the most effective tutoring methods, while also giving me access to important learning resources.
In the process of achieving my grades, I have also acquired a detailed understanding of how to go about learning not just content, but also how to achieve in the context of an exam. These skills are simple and easy to transfer to any student willing to learn.
• Second Year Grade: 74% (1st) (SGIA award for best mark in the year)
• First Year Grade: 62% (2:1)
• University Sport Representation: Team Durham Dance, Team Durham Ski Racing, College Football
• Responsibilities and Societies: President of Collingwood College Women’s Football Club, Secretary of Durham Dance Society, Collingwood College B Team Football Captain, Durham University Ski and Snowboard Club Deputy Treasurer, Politics and International Relations Society
Dame Alice Owen’s School
• AS Levels: Sociology (A), Economics (A), Geography (B), Mathematics (B)
• A2 Levels: Sociology (A*), Economics (A), Geography (A), EPQ (A)
• Responsibilities and Societies: Sixth Form Prefect, Debate Club, Teaching Assistant
Queen Elizabeth’s Girls’ School
• GCSES: 10A*s, 2As
• FSMQ Advanced Maths: B
• Responsibilities and Societies: Prefect, Head (and founder) of Eco Council, Rock Challenge Leader and Choreographer, Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Award
EMPLOYMENT AND WORK EXPERIENCE
The National Association of Primary Care (NAPC)/Capsticks/The Healthcare Financial Management Association (June 2018-Present)
• Role: Research Intern
• Description: Researching the progress of a Diploma in Advanced Primary Care Management being jointly delivered by the NAPC, Capsticks and the HFMA
- Involves a quantitative analysis of candidate data to understand the current candidate pool
- Quantitative analysis of the Primary Care landscape including sampling GP practices, and extrapolating findings to estimate the target market
- The creation and distribution of surveys to understand any current weaknesses in the diploma that can be improved upon to increase both the efficacy of the diploma to current students and the attractiveness of it to future students
- In depth follow up interviews to gather more qualitative and detailed information
- The creation of a report and a presentation to demonstrate findings
- Creation of additional documents such as a ‘candidate information pack’ to facilitate the implementation of some of my recommendations
Host Hospitality Staffing Agency (April 2016 – Present)
• Role: Bar Work/Waitress
• Description: Temporary work at large venues including Alexandra Palace, Tottenham Hotspur Football Stadium and The Emirates, requiring the ability to adapt to a constantly changing working environment. This includes the ability to build strong working relationships with coworkers in a small amount of time to deliver a professional service.
The Black Horse Pub (March 2017 – August 2018)
• Role: Waitress and Bar Staff
• Description: Working as a waitress in the restaurant and behind the bar in a busy London Pub. The role required the ability to multitask in a high-pressured environment and the ability to build strong relationships with coworkers to deliver the best service possible to customers.
Victoria Bakery (September 2015 – August 2016)
• Role: Sales Assistant
• Description: Working to ensure the daily running of the bakery on its busiest day of the week. This included hourly cleaning, selling to customers and ensuring good presentation of the products available. The role developed my organizational skills as well as my ability to relate to customers and employees in order to maximize sales.
Saracens Rugby Club (Allianz Park) (December 2014-September 2016)
• Role: Waitress
• Description: Working in the ‘VIP’ section required the ability to provide high quality service to match the high standards of the corporate world. This included food and drink service, working around the structure of game time.
Dame Alice Owen’s (September 2014 – April 2016)
• Role: Teaching Assistant
• Description: Assisted the teacher in geography lessons once a week, working with lower ability students in order to achieve set targets, working with them in extra one-on-one tuition sessions, writing feedback to the teacher about progress made
Nicholas Breakspear RC School, St Albans: Work Experience (July 2014)
• Role: Assistant Librarian
• Description: Re-configuring the library and attaching new labels to books to
make for a more coherent and logical layout of the library
Standard Bank (July 2013)
• Role: Shadowing the Executive of Product Control for a 1 week
• Description: Explored the different departments specifically spending time in investment banking and trading floor, helped with small menial tasks, where possible, applied mathematical studies to the world of work.
• Successfully campaigned for role of President of the Collingwood College Women’s Football Club (2018)
• Successfully campaigned for role of Secretary in the Durham University Dance Society (2017)
• Set up a university-wide Women’s 7-a-side football league
• All England Under 18s National Dance Finalist
• Duke of Edinburgh Bronze award
• Head Teacher’s Student of the Year
• Jack Petchey Award for ‘Outstanding Contribution’ to school
• Successfully Campaigned for B Team College Football Captain (2017), have subsequently achieved funding for professional training
• Half Colours for football
• Sociology Student Prize two years in a row
• Representing Durham University at BUDS Ski Competition
• Gold Bar 1 level in Tap and Modern Dance
• Led a team of students that raised over £1000 for Chron’s And Colitis UK
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