I teach Philosophy or Religious Education to any level, GCSE, A-Level, or University. I also have experience helping to write CVs and giving guidance on interview practice. I'll make sure that before we start any tutoring, I understand what you want to get out of it, whether it is to get better at writing, to be taught a part of the course, to achieve higher grades, or anything else you think of. We'll then make a plan together that suits your schedule. I'll make sure to always ask for feedback and that what I'm doing is really helping. I'm patient and friendly, and genuinely enjoy getting to know new students and discussing work. I can tutor online, or alternatively I'm happy to tutor face to face as long as it is within the Canterbury area in Kent.
I'm a Philosophy Undergraduate student at the University of Essex . Although Philosophy and Religion are subjects I love most and have the most knowledge about, over the last couple of years I have been teaching GCSE politics to high achieving children and A-Level EPQ alongside my degree. I enjoy teaching and working with other students of all ages and abilities. I have experience teaching children with learning difficulties. I have a B in GCSE RE, an A in A-Level Philosophy, and will graduate with a 1st in my degree. I live in Canterbury area in Kent, and am happy to mentor in-person or online.
(University of Essex) Undergraduate Degree in Philosophy - 73%
(Simon Langton Grammar School for Boys) A-Level Philosophy - A
(St. Anselm's Catholic School) GCSE RE - B
Clacton County High School Sixth-Form, Teacher of year 12 EPQ
Co-teaching the AS level Extended Project Qualification to a class of roughly 20 students, helping them each develop a 6,000 word independent research project. Supervising students on writing and research skills, regularly marking their work and giving feedback. Supporting students wishing to apply for work experience placements through their application processes.
Great Clacton Junior School, Teaching Assistant
I help to run an after school history club, supervising colouring and learning about Ancient Egypt, the Silk Roads, and World War Two and lots more. Keeping it fun and simple.
St. Helena School, Teacher of years 7 to 10 Politics
Teaching lessons in politics for roughly 20 students from various year groups in a once a week after school class. Classes were sometime taught solely by myself and sometimes as part of team, involving open discussion and group work. We addressed issues of democracy, legal rights, immigration and parliament.
St. Nicholas School, Teaching Assistant
Assisting activity based classes for SEN students an afternoon every week. Getting to know each of the students in order to support their confidence in drama, music, and sport.
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