My teaching method is fun and dynamic! I like to make education interesting and topical. All topics of a syllabus should be covered, but it is also really important to engage a child in the areas they feel are difficult and need more help with.
I am a medical student, and I have been tutoring maths for 7 years! I love working with children to help them understand new concepts and succeed in their education. Helping others to grow and develop is really fulfilling and something I am passionate about.
St. George’s University London | Biomedical Science BSc (Hons) | Sept 2015 – June 2018
Upper second-class honours degree (2.1). Presented research at British Pharmacological Society annual conference (2017), winner of Dom-Spina prize for the best late breaking abstract (2017). National Undergraduate Neuroanatomy Competition (2017). Member of SGUL netball and volleyball clubs, as well as the cardiology, pharmacology, and Athena Swan societies. Specialised studies in cardiovascular & respiratory diseases, pharmacology & physiology of drugs of abuse, biomedical research techniques for drug development, with a research dissertation in bladder physiology & pharmacology.
Brooke Weston Academy | Sixth Form | Sept 2013 – June 2015
A-levels: Maths (B), Biology (B), Chemistry (B)
AS-Levels: Physics (B)
Latimer Arts College | Secondary Education | Sept 2008 – June 2013
GCSEs: Maths (A*), English Language and Literature (A, A), Chemistry (A*), Physics (A*), Biology (A), Drama (A*), Geography (A), French (A), Religious studies (A), Design Technology (A), ICT (A).
Employment history, work experience, and volunteering
Healthcare Assistant | NHS Northampton General Hospital | June 2019 – Jan 2020
Team working to ensure safety and wellbeing of patients on the ward. Taking vital observations such as blood pressure, oxygen saturations, and heart rate monitoring. Providing support and care to patients, including emotional reassurance, assistance with meals, and assisting with physiotherapy. Keeping equipment clean and environment tidy.
• Special recognition for detailed work and ‘going the extra mile’ for a patient with specific needs and severe learning disabilities.
• Star of the month.
Research Assistant | St George’s University London | August 2018 – December 2018
Carried out intricate laboratory studies on murine bladder samples investigating the presence of specific potassium ion channels and the incidence of Parkinson’s disease. Preparing laboratory stock solutions. Analysing results, producing graphical data, and writing analytical reports. Worked on a voluntary basis.
Team member | Pret a Manger | October 2017 – November 2018
Delivering quality customer service in a high-pressure environment. Dealing with specific customer requests and managing difficult customers. Resolving situations using my initiative and leadership skills. Teamwork in preparing food and drink items to safe standards as well as maintaining shop presentation and cleanliness.
• Star of the month for attaining shop bonus with a mystery shopper.
Volunteer | Beaumont Nursing Home | Sept-Dec 2014
Attended nursing home every Wednesday afternoon for 4 months. Assisting with daily tasks and communicating with patients. Learning about nursing homes and gaining an understanding of community care. Developing compassionate caring skills for the elderly.
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