My name is Esther Richardson I am a Masters student at the University of Sheffield, I have a BA (hons) degree in History and Philosophy and I am training to teach secondary school History. I love History and I love to teach.
Lessons will mostly cover essay writing skills, how to handle primary sources and how to interpret historians writings. I can tailor my lessons from KS3 History right up to Undergraduate level, I am also happy to help those reading for a Masters.
I am a patient person, with good communication skills and I have had success from my students in the past.
I am an experienced tutor, working as a supply teacher in schools across South Yorkshire and North Derbyshire. I have a masters degree in Modern History and a bachelors degree in History and Philosophy. I am passionate about education and I have experience in tutoring students in History, English and French.
Sheffield - (concealed information) (concealed information)2
Currently reading for an MA in Modern History, gaining skills in research, analysis, time management and expanding my passion for the subject. I am hard working, reliable, friendly. Over five years’ employment as a waitress has led to the ability to use initiative when working in a stressful situation and still being able to provide good customer service.
UNIVERSITY OF SHEFFIELD
September 2017- September 2018 MA Degree Modern History.
Modules including: Power and Modernity, European Borders in the Twentieth Century and Human Rights.
September 2014 – June 2017 BA Hons. Degree in History and Philosophy. 2.1
Modules Including (But Not Limited To): European Fascism, France 1814-1889 Nation-Building and Social Transformation, The Paris Commune, Philosophy of the Arts, Fiction and Truth and
Weatherhead High School
August 2014: 3 A-levels AAC. History A, English Literature C, Sociology A
I also completed an Extended Project Qualification and received a B
August 2013: 2 AS- levels BD. French D, and General Studies B
I was also Assistant Head Girl, through which I gained leadership and organisational skills.
August 2012: 13 GCSE’s A*-B, including English, Maths, and Science.
Achieved merit in DiDA qualification.
•This achievement demonstrates competent ability to use computer software such as Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel, as well as the ability to use the internet and compose e-mails.
Café Rouge| Sheffield, St Pauls Place, S1 2JL
Waitress March 2015- present
As a well-known brand, responsibilities include promoting the image of the business as much as providing great customer service, handling money and other responsibilities around the restaurant.
Peninsula Dining Rooms
| New Brighton, 3 Grosvenor Street, CH45
Waitress September 2013 – March 2014
Responsibilities included: taking orders of food and drink, delivering friendly service, taking food to tables and clearing once customers had finished.
| New Brighton, 62 Marine Point, CH45 2JS
Waitress March 2010 – August 2014
Responsibilities included: taking orders of food and drink, delivering friendly service, taking food to tables and clearing once customers had finished, cleaning tables, brushing and mopping floors, cleaning the toilets, restocking fridges, making hot drinks using a steamer, and making desserts.
Third Wallasey Cub Scouts| Wallasey, New Brighton, Emmanuel Church, CH45 1HE
Volunteer September 2008 – November 2013
Responsibilities included: looking after groups of 8-10 year old boys and girls, taking them on pack holidays, and leading games with them. For this role, I needed knowledge of First Aid and Child safeguarding.
Citizens Advice Bureau| Wallasey, Liscard, 237-243 Liscard Road, CH44 5TH
Volunteer September 2012 – July 2013
Responsibilities included: answering the telephone, providing people with information about how to seek advice, and to whom they should talk to.
Exchange Chambers| Liverpool, One Derby Square, L2 9XX
Work Experience May 2011 and- August 2013
Mini Pupillage shadowing barristers on various cases, including fraud, ABH, and GBH
2 Hare Court| London, Temple, EC4Y 7BH
Work Experience August 2013
Mini Pupillage shadowing barristers on various cases such as human trafficking and arson, including a murder trial at the Old Bailey
King Ecgberts| Sheffield, Furniss Ave, Sheffield S17 3
Work Experience November 2015-February 2016
Work experience in a school, shadowing teachers and helping in KS3 English classes, assisting with their Sherlock Holmes topic and helping with reading and correcting coursework.
Feminism- established an undergraduate feminist reading group in first year
Music- first trumpet in a jazz band and orchestra 2007-2014
Swing Dance- member of university society 2016- 2017
Travel- currently planning an Interrailing trip around Europe.
Helen Roberts: (concealed information)3- employer at Seaside Café.
Luke Ferrand: (concealed information)5- general manager at Café Rouge.
Angela Burke: (concealed information) – A-level history teacher
Timothy Baycroft: (concealed information) – University tutor and dissertation supervisor
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