I am very interested in learning myself, and I hope to get that across to students.
One-to-one lessons are a luxury. I plan lessons carefully based on my teaching experience and the specific student I am teaching. This includes extensive feedback and support with essay writing.
I have many years of experience teaching KS3 and GCSE History, and A Level History and Politics. In 2014 I gained a First from Oxford in History. I then gained my PGCE from at UCL, through the Teach First Programme. I have been a teacher for five years.
Institute of Education, University College, London. (2015-2016)
PGCE (Outstanding / Teach First Award)
Exeter College, Oxford (2011-2014)
BA History (First Class Honours)
International Baccalaureate: 43 points;
GCSE: 8A*, 2A.
Part-Time SEN Teacher, Hounslow Council (Feltham, London) (2020-Present)
Teaching student one-on-one.
Head of Student Leadership, School 21, (Stratford, London) (2017- 2019)
Humanities, History and Politics teacher (including Key stage 3, GCSE and A Level Politics and History)
Humanities Teacher, Alec Reed Academy (Northolt, West London) (2015- 2017)
Teach First Leadership Development Programme participant, 2015 cohort (2015-2017)
Finished 2017 Ironman France (Nice).
Oxford 1st XV rugby team.
Editor of 2013 Isis student magazine, Oxford University.
Matthew Pointer Prize for History, Oxford.
Clarinet Grade 8 and Piano Grade 6, Chorister at St George’s Choir, Belfast for 10 years.
Published articles in New Statesman Magazine ((concealed information)
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