I strive to help students achieve the best results possible, whilst building strong relationships with both students and parents. Each student is provided with a free initial assessment, to analyse their strengths and areas for development. This is to ensure they receive the ongoing support they need.
The aim is to build subject confidence, academic ability and motivation to learn.
Students will have past-papers marked and feedback is provided with recommendations made on topic review areas.
HEAD OF SCIENCE TEACHER 25th Year Teaching Delivering distance learning via Web Videoconferencing & Mobile Platforms supporting students during school closures.
I am responsible for the delivery of the Science Curriculum to KS3 (Y7 & Y8) and KS4 (Y9-Y11) at an established Faith based High School. Previously I delivered the A Level Biology and Chemistry syllabus to Year 12 and Year 13 students at a Catholic High School.
• Integrity, drive and commitment
• Excellent subject knowledge
• An ambitious teacher looking to ignite a passion for science amongst young people.
• A strong classroom presence to achieve high levels of student engagement and progress.
Skills and Abilities:
• Excellent interpersonal skills
• An outstanding teacher who inspires colleagues and students
• Have the energy, drive and commitment to make a real contribution to whole school
• Confident in teaching across the Science Curriculum up to GCSE level
• Experience of teaching A Level Science
1999-2001 Coventry University
MSc – Biochemistry
1991-1995 The University of Hull
B.Eng –Chemical Engineering
1986-1991 Caludon Castle School (Coventry)
3 A Level’s in Maths, Physics and Chemistry.
9 A-C GCSE’s in English Language, English Literature, Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Biology , Electronics, History & Graphical Communication.
Oct 2018 – Present: Head of Science/Teacher of Science – Abu Bakr Boys School. Walsall.
Working within a close knit team, I am responsible for the delivery of the core AQA combined science (trilogy) curriculum to our year 11 students and key preparation for their final GCSE examinations in summer.
This involves fostering an inclusive learning environment whilst maintaining high expectations and standards for in both behaviour and academic achievement.
Closely monitoring progress in internally set topic tests and mock examinations, together with setting of appropriate levels of homework and records of students’ work.
Dec 2016 – Sep 2018 : A Level Science Teacher – Stuart Bathurst Catholic High School. Wednesbury.
Responsible for the delivery of the core year 12 and 13 curriculum. Plan work in accordance with departmental schemes of work and AQA exam board specifications.
Liaising with relevant colleagues on the planning of units of work for collaborative delivery, setting of topic homework assignments and assessments.
Setting high expectations for students’ behaviour by establishing a purposeful working atmosphere in accordance with the school’s behaviour code. Setting appropriate and demanding expectations for students’ learning, motivation and presentation of work.
Taking account of students’ prior levels of attainment and use them to set targets for future improvement. Setting of internal assessments and A-level mock examinations. Recording of KS5 Biology and Chemistry attainments and results data for departmental review.
Maintaining notes and plans of lessons undertaken and records of students’ work. Marking, monitoring and returning work within a reasonable and agreed time span providing constructive oral and written feedback and clear targets for future learning as appropriate.
Jan 2015 – Dec 2016: Child & Adult Workforce Trainer (Education) –
Pet-XI Training Ltd, Coventry.
Delivery of intense & immersive 5 day intervention courses to GCSE Science students in schools across the country, focussed on exam technique and problem solving, covering AQA, OCR and Edexcel exam boards.
Sep 2014 – Dec 2015: Teacher of Science – Ounsdale High School. Wombourne.
Part of a small and dedicated team, focussed on the delivery of content based on the National Curriculum to KS3 students and KS4 students sitting their GCSE Triple and Combined Science exams according to the departmental plan. Motivating students to succeed through perseverance and work ethic. Setting internal assessments and recording results data for review.
Sep 2012 – Aug 2014: Teacher of Science – Highfields School. Wolverhampton.
Worked primarily with KS4 and KS5 students supporting their education by fostering an inclusive learning environment. Encouraging them to push themselves and setting personal academic goals whilst instilling the mindset of success.
Sep 2010 – Aug 2012: Science Teacher – Blue Coat School. Coventry.
Primarily responsible for the delivery of Science education to KS3 students in accordance to National Curriculum and the departmental plan. Supporting students through key year 9 examinations in preparation for GCSE study.
Sep 2007 – Aug 2010: Teacher of Science – Foxford School. Coventry
Focussed on lower school content pertaining to years 8 & 9, supporting their Science education in the build up to their GCSE courses. Planning and implementing internal exams, recording results for departmental review.
Sep 1997 – Present: Private Tutor
Working alongside parents, delivering an initial assessment, lesson planning and preparing prоgrаmmes of study developing and using inclusive teaching and learning strategies. Managing the learning process and the environment. Re-enforcing the student’s knowledge and understanding of the subject they find most challenging so it is а rewarding experience.
Sep 1996 – Aug 1998: Tutor. 3R’s Tuition Agency. Coventry.
Provision of tuition and delivering lessons to KS3, GCSE and A Level students focusing on Maths, Science and English. Producing lesson plans and providing regular feedback on progress to parents.
Sep 1995 – July 1996: Cover Supervisor. Sidney Stringer School. Coventry.
Supervise the completion of set work and classroom activities, maintain discipline and implement school policy, collect completed work at the end of each lesson, produce reports on performance, behaviour and attainment, and monitor student progress.
June 2012 – Present: Science & Maths Tutor (Weekend Homework Club). UK Islamic Mission. Wolverhampton.
Duties: Providing support to GCSE students, helping them to improve exam technique whilst managing the class and maintaining discipline. Setting of work and collection of work at the end of each lesson.
Teaching, Volunteering, Technology, Reading & Cooking.
Available upon request.
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