I encourage my pupils to foster resilience, embrace their learning and take charge /responsibility of their learning journey. I am a resilient person and I believe in a 'can do' attitude and I believe that anyone can achieve given the right support and guidance.
I have over 20+ years of teaching experience from various parts of the world. I have taught infants in reception classes and in year 1/2. I have taught junior school pupils as wee as KS 3 as an achievement/SEN teacher.
Class Teacher Key stage 3
Teaching Years 7, 8 and 9 pupils who had a diverse range of learning needs within the Achievement Department. These groups consisted of a maximum of 15-17 students in each year group. All students were housed in a purpose-built Learning Resource Base [LRB]. Some statemented students joined the pathway having been allocated a specific LRB placement when transitioning from KS2.
Duties included some of the following:
1. delivering a differentiated curriculum consisting of English, Maths and Humanities subjects
2. Directing Learning Support Assistants
3. Targeted focus on literacy skills to ensure pupils were ready to access the more mainstream pathway.
4. Regularly using diagnostic testing to highlight gaps in the pupil’s knowledge and addressing these
through a range of interventions, which were delivered during class time.
5. Regularly organising enrichment activities, to further enhance the students’ learning experience.
6. Working as part of the whole school mentoring AMA (Academically More Able) and ICP students and encouraging them to continue with high standards of achievements in their learning.
September 2009-March 2010
Working with disaffected learners in small groups of 4-5 pupils in years 7, 8 and 9 who had a diverse range of behavioural and learning needs.
Regularly using diagnostic testing to highlight gaps in the pupil’s knowledge and addressing these through a range of interventions, which were delivered during class time.
Organising events, including group trips to further enhance the students’ learning experience.
2004-2009: Various supply Primary Teaching- Essex
Teaching primary school learners in KS1/2. The pupils were of mixed academic ability from a wide variety of socioeconomic and ethnic backgrounds.
Applying comprehensive techniques to enable pupils to make progress in their knowledge and attainment both within the curricular and after school learning.
Supporting and encouraging pupils to work with more independence and enabling them to use creativity to improve their learning abilities.
1989-1999:Teaching Infant/Primary school pupils-Kenya
Working with EYES/primary school learners in various private schools such as St. Christopher’s Prep in Nairobi, H.H Aga Khan Nursery in Mombasa and Silver Sands Academy in Malindi. The pupils were from a wide range of social and cultural backgrounds including expatriate communities.
Teaching all areas of the primary curriculum in KS1/2 with responsibility for their progress.
Planning and preparing lessons that catered for the needs of the whole ability range within the class without TA/LSA assistance.
Motivating pupils with enthusiastic, imaginative presentation; as well as organizing the classroom and learning resources with creative displays to encourage a positive learning environment.
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