The lessons I provide will match your syllabus, but I encourage students to push themselves further, so they are not only able to pass their exams, but most importantly become better historians. History is not a difficult subject, but is often made complicated by a single style of teaching, however students need to try out a multitude of methods to find out which way works out best.
Currently, I am a 3rd year history undergraduate student at Queen Mary University of London. I have previously taught for the Transformation Trust, providing lessons for up to 15 students at a time. These students have achieved multiple A*s in their GCSE subjects, as they had become broader thinkers
The base rate is for secondary school level, up to GCSE level.
Lower price can be negotiated for students at primary school.
Cancellation policy is that notice is given at least 48 hours before the lessons is due to start.
BA in History
Queen Mary, University of London
Second Year: 2:1
September 2016 to June 2019
Lampton School, B in History, B in Politics, C in Maths
September 2014 to June 2016
Lampton School, 12 GCSE’s (2 A*s, 10 As – including A* in Maths, A* in History, A in English Language, and A in German)
September 2009 to June 2014
Transformation Trust - London - April 2017 to August 2017
Taught history, in a university style format, to school children, which invigorated them to delve into higher education.
Foxlow - Chiswick - June 2017 to July 2017
Ensured that a busy kitchen met health and safety standards and assisted the chefs in cooking gourmet food for the customers.
Compass Group - London - September 2015 to October 2015
Served customers their orders, as well as working behind the bar during the 2015 Rugby World Cup at Twickenham Stadium.
R&M Rentals - Isleworth - September 2014 to November 2014
Worked in a range of departments in the company, which included installing home appliances and improved the accounts department, making it run more efficiently.
Shadowing Seema Malholtra MP
Consulted Seema Malholtra MP regarding both local and national political issues, such as the Third Runway at Heathrow Airport.
Duke of Edinburgh Gold
• Required me to complete a range of activities to achieve the award.
o Volunteered as a cricket coach at my local cricket club, helping young cricketers vastly improve their ability, with some progressing onto country youth level.
o Improved my cooking skills.
o Worked in a group to complete a 70km expedition around the Peak District.
LSE Choice – History
September 2015 to March 2016
• Required to think analytically when looking at historical events, rather than looking at it on face value.
• Had additional weekly readings to complete, to stay on the course.
Making History (UCL Summer School)
• Required to look more analytically at historical sources and had to look at a greater range of sources.
• Had to complete assignments, thus preparing me for university life.
Lessons from Auschwitz (Holocaust Educational Trust)
• Attended lectures on the Holocaust, before going to visit Auschwitz.
• Presented the multiple lectures following the trip, including one at City Hall, where the Mayor of London was present.
NCS - The Challenge
• Worked as a group to complete a range of outdoor activities.
• Gave back to the community, through trying to get people to commit a good deed a day, where we instilled a greater amount of community spirit in our local area.
ECB Young Leaders
• Received training from Middlesex Country Cricket Club to enable me to coach young cricketers at my local club.
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