My method is individual-focused, catered to each person I teach. I use an initial session to determine which ways are best to get through the work that is needed, and, make sure that lessons aren't one dimensional. I like to utilise videos, games, and a sense of creativity in conjunction with some level of subject rigidity and focus.
I am a Masters's student in Literature at The University of Liverpool. I have been private tutoring for two years and have also worked as an English specialist for a year at a UK secondary academy. I have a BA degree in English Literature and my goal is to become a University lecturer upon completing my PhD
A well-read and cultivated literature enthusiast particularly passionate about post-modernism and magical realism, now with a
motivation to expand my horizons to the journalism and media sector. I am intellectually, artistically and culturally aware with an
aptitude for writing- I have excellent communicative skills and a wealthy knowledge of multi-media platforms. I consider myself to
be extremely well organised with an ability to set and achieve goals to the best of my ability.
Portsmouth University: 2016- 2019
BA (Hons) English Literature
Now coming to the end of my studies, I remain eager to progress and self-develop. My magical realism module in which I achieved an
average of a 73 particularly captivated me. I have graduated successfully with a 2:1 upper class.
King Alfred’s Academy: 2009-2016
A-Levels: English Literature (A), Politics (B), History (B), Psychology (B)
GCSE: 10 GCSEs grades A* to C, including Maths (A), English (A*)
Duke of Edinburgh Bronze, Silver & Gold Award
Certified with 90% pass grade on SDGAcademyX: HR001Human Rights, Human Wrongs: Challenging Poverty, Vulnerability and
DAWN (Didcot, Abingdon & Wantage Talking Newspaper)
2012 – 2015: Volunteer Reader, Editor & Distributor
During this role, I collected, read, recorded and distributed sections of four local newspapers for a range of people with mental and
physical disabilities. Providing a valuable service for people in the local community enabled me to feel the greatest sense of job
satisfaction I’ve ever felt. Equally, the job provided me with valuable experience as a reader and editor as well as working as part of a
collective to discuss and produce what we believed to be the best production we could.
Honda School of Dreams
June 2010 – September 2014:
I was part of a select group that were chosen based off of our school grades and potential by my school and Honda. As a group, we
worked for a number of years in collaboration with Honda on improving skills such as teamwork, product design, presentation and
confidence skills. We got to witness the progression of Asimo from the early stages to the futuristic robot that it became.
October 2014- June 2017
During my time at sixth form I spent three years working at Costa Coffee in my hometown. Costa is usually one of the busiest places in
any town/city meaning that I had to learn to work at extreme pace and make sure that all technical aspects of the job were as close to
perfect every time. I achieved all my major badges including the flat white badge as well as entering the barista competitions and I even
have experience doing the books at the end of each days shift.
Whilst at university, I took to writing blogs for a company called bridgehead. These blogs were focused on specific European cities, and
why those cities would be worth investing in, and how their markets would welcome foreign business. Now my focus is on emerging
technologies in the medical industry and the impact these technologies have on the market, consumer and for future star up companies.
If required I could attach some of the reports.
University Literature Award
As a group, our literature class developed, advertised and ran a 3500 short story literature prize called WriteUp; with the prize being a
£100 reward. We expected to receive around ten entries, however we received over 40 entries. Following a period of time where we read
all the entries and decided upon a winner, we organised a celebration event and invited all of those who participated to attend. The award
process went successfully and has now been adopted by the university as a yearly competition from that year onwards.
Newbury Weekly News
I was fortunate enough to be offered work experience at the Newbury Weekly News. During my time there, I was tasked with writing
stories, producing short press releases and adverts, worked as part of a small group on stories and went out to interview people for a
plethora of stories.
King Alfred’s Academy
Following my work experience, I have been working as a cover supervisor and SEN tutor at King Alfred’s Academy secondary school. I
was asked to work here by a member of staff and have enjoyed my time working here. Spending time with students in the hopes to
inspire them to love learning has been extremely rewarding. Furthermore, the experience of teaching a rage of classes with different
abilities has helped me improve my skills of presenting, explaining, analysing and communication.
Following my job working at the school, I felt that there were some students that, during the school day, were falling behind and not
receiving the support that both they and their families desired. Due to this I began to work as a private tutor after my working hours,
specifically tutoring Maths, English Literature and Language as well as politics for A-level students.
Writer, Editor and Co-Owner – SW6 Daily
After submitting some of my written pieces to SW6 Daily as part of their search for new writers for rebranding, they were willing to accept
me as a writer on the team. After a week of writing, they asked me to join the editorial and admin team, meaning I am now one of four
people who run the site and social media accounts. My role has meant that I have created four weekly series that get published on the
website, as well as writing one every week. The website centres around Chelsea Football Club, and I have written a lot on both male and
female teams. I edit each piece with another member that goes on the website, and I have also been on podcasts and spoken in depth
about issues surrounding and about the club, players and staff.
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