I employ a tailored approach, unique to the individual and their requests. I can teach simply what's on the syllabus, or a bit more if they would like. Additionally, tutees can request topics where I could set them questions in and we could work through them together. I would primarily do this on video call, e.g. on Zoom.
I have always loved maths and science and achieved A*s for both at GCSE. I have tutored friends and family and have helped them better their understanding also. At A-Level, I took Philosophy, Politics and Economics and I now intend to go to Cambridge to study Philosophy following my gap year.
A-Levels/Pre-U: Philosophy, Politics, and Economics, predicted grades being A* A* A respectively.
GCSEs: Double Science (99), Mathematics (8), English Language (8), English Literature (8), Geography (8), Religious Studies (7), Business Studies (A), and Sociology (B). (My cohort used a mixture of the old grading system (A*-G) and the new system (9-1) where a 9 is equivalent to an A**.)
2016 – 2018: Young Volunteer at Herts Young Mariners Base
Youth club (8-17). Running activities including kayaking, climbing and archery.
• I regularly held a key position of responsibility which involved leading group activities (up to twenty participants) in many sports for multiple age and ability groups.
• Required flexibility and a tailored approach when working with different groups recognising their different needs and requirements.
• Ensured safety and safeguarding principles were adhered to by collaborating with senior team members and emotionally supporting participants when required.
2016 – 2018: Volunteer Cadet with the Metropolitan Police
Involved community events, learning about the law and its implementation, marching and parading.
• Position of responsibility and seniority being First Aid trained.
• Breck Charity Ambassador - trained to give assemblies on internet safety to pupils aged 11-14.
• Demonstrated attention to detail and resilience when marching and parading in order to ensure synchronicity and synergy in the team. This taught me to be more assertive and clear with my commands when leading drill which involved commanding up to twenty people at any one time. As well as leading, I myself needed to quickly and effectively carry out instructions when marching.
Other skills, interests and achievements
• Completed Duke of Edinburgh Award, Bronze which involved components of: doing something physical, practicing a skill and volunteering over a period of six months or more with an expedition hike.
• Regular leader of Religious Assembly for forty pupils in school (2019-2020), up to ninety pupils at the end of each term. Involved organising speakers, giving talks and time management.
• Sport: Kayaking One and Two-Star Award and Sailing One-Star Award. I was also a finalist in the London Youth Games for Kayaking, competed in several Kayak races.
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