I am comfortable teaching History up to A Level and English Literature and Mathematics up to GCSE. I obtained six A*s and 4 As at GCSE, so I would be willing to teach a range of subjects to GCSE level or below but may be in need of preparation. I like to teach one-to-one and in a relaxed environment. My preferred method is to be given a student's homework and to be able to talk them through it and offer assistance and advice.
I am a History Student at the University of Bristol. I am well versed across the subject and have particular interest in the 20th Century. I have experience with teaching, having helped young secondary school students develop their reading as part of a volunteering scheme. I also have A Levels in Mathematics and English Literature and feel comfortable teaching these subjects up to GCSE level.
A travel rate may apply if the student lives more than a mile from Boscombe or Barton on Sea and cannot travel to me. The hourly rate may vary depending on the level of tuition required.
Gallery Assistant at Whistlefish Art Gallery
June 2016 – September 2017
• Responsible for looking after the stock and presentation of the gallery as well as serving customers.
• Oversaw the gallery both as part of a team and alone, depending on the season.
• This job helped me to develop my teamwork skills, confidence working with the public and the ability to maintain the gallery without regular instruction from managers.
University of Bristol – Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in History
• Currently working towards a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in History at the University of Bristol – I am expecting a high 2:1 or 1st from my first year.
• A Levels in English Literature, History and Mathematics including an A* in English Literature
• 6 A*s at GCSE and 4 As, including A*s in English and Mathematics obtained from Bodmin College.
Secretary of the Kickboxing Society at the University of Bristol
• Our society is the largest martial arts society in our university with over 600 members this year. I was elected by my peers to take up this role and it includes ensuring that the club is well organised and prepared for our frequent competitions and social events and taking notes when the committee has meetings.
Duke of Edinburgh Award (Class Silver)
• This required six months of volunteering, six months displaying physical and creative skill and a three day long expedition. For my volunteering I elected to help young people develop their reading skills within my secondary school through a scheme called Paired Reading. Achieving this award helped me greatly with a number of skills: I improved my skills – I chose long-distance running and photography – greatly over the six month period and my time with the Paired Reading scheme helped my patience and ability to instruct and share my skills with others.
References (Further references available on request)
Sharon Bunting – Manager at Whistlefish
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