My characteristics as a teacher is as a peer, using a personal mode, I believe that giving students confidence in themselves is truly the best way to achieve their full potential. I use discussion as a key way to try and motivate my students.
I am a second year student of history at a Russell group university, I have excellent written communication skills and gave lessons to failing GCSE students whilst at sixth form. I have achieved excellent A level grades and am on track to achieve a 2:1 for my degree.
I am a highly organised, professional and efficient individual, whose thorough and precise approach to education and work has yielded a proven track record of academic excellence. I adapt quickly and am a quick learner of new skills as well as a sociable person who has effective interpersonal capabilities.
Education and Qualifications
At GCSE I achieved:
4 A*s in English literature, French, History and Additional Science
6 As in English Language, Geography, Maths, Core Science, Religious Education, ICT
At A level I achieved from All Saints RC School 6th form:
A* in English Literature
A in History
B in Biology
I am currently studying History at Newcastle University achieving a high 2:1 in my first year and on course to achieve a minimum of 2:1 in my second year.
I have dual nationality, holding both English and French passports, and I am fluent in French.
Activities outside of Education
I was a dedicated rower at York City Rowing Club for three years, from 2013 to 2016, regularly training four times or more per week, which has been conducive in developing my skills as a team member and increase my dedication towards hard work and a common goal.
As an integral part of the school community I volunteered to help at sports days and open days whilst I also provided one-to-one mentoring sessions with a struggling GCSE student to aid them with their triple science examination. I am now a peer mentor for First Year history students.
Other extracurricular activities, such as achieving my Silver Duke of Edinburgh, convinced me of the need to broaden my horizons past academic pursuits, with Volunteering at St Leonard’s Hospice charity shop on Bishopthorpe Road being part of the award, where I worked at the till and stock management in the back.
I have had a paper round from the age of 13 to 18, delivering the Press 6 days a week. I was also responsible for collecting the money on a monthly basis and therefore developed a professional relationship with my customers. I had a two week experience in March 2013 working at WR Dunn and Co Ltd. I had the task of accompanying the architects on surveys of the buildings they were working on and helping them with office duties.
I also worked for CGC events caterers in a rage of roles, such as waiting.
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