My teaching method is pretty straightforward. I want the student to not only understand what they are learning, but to also find some joy in it. I make sure that the student fully understands the concepts of what we are studying and then go on to either quiz or test one another to make sure that we both got the information at hand, so that the student feels as if we are both in it together.
I am a Master's student in Gender, Media and Culture at London School of Economics. I have previous undergrad degree in Sociology. I have previously left my teaching role at a primary school in Roehampton. I have been giving tutoring lessons for many years now! I have taught many students, most of them were referred from other students that I have taught before. My students go on to achieve the grades that they reach for. However, they leave with more than just grades; they also leave with an earthly understanding of the topic at hand and a newly found confidence in their studies!
• The Ellen Wilkinson High School for Girls (2006-2011)
• The Ellen Wilkinson Sixth Form (2011-2013)
• Brunel University London (2013-2016)
• London School of Economics and Political Science (2018 - present)
• French (B)
• Mathematics (B)
• Geography (B)
• Applied Science (B)
• Sociology (B)
• Media (B)
• Religious Education-Short Course (B)
• English Language (A)
• English Literature (A)
• Information Technology-Long Course (B)
A-levels (2012 - 2013)
• Media (A)
• English Literature (A)
• Sociology (A)
Undergraduate Degree (2013 - 2016)
Bachelor of Science, Sociology:
Second Class (Upper Division) Honours (2.1)
BSc Dissertation - First Class (1)
• Teaching children English Literature and Language as well as going through homework .
Achievements: I have been able to develop my communication skills through conversing with people who have learning difficulties.
Southfield Primary School:
• Provide help with teachers during lessons. Also participating with the children during lessons.
Achievements: I have eloquently learnt how to deal patiently with others and how to compromise certain situations.
Fryent Primary School:
• Helped small groups of children with writing instructions in their literacy.
• Worked 1:1 with a child who had behavioural difficulties with his spelling test. In order to get the child to focus, I challenged him and gave him a time limit for his spelling; this got him really excited to finish and made him enthusiastic about writing the correct spelling for his test.
• Helped assist the teacher with making rounds of the classroom and making sure that the kids understood what they had to do in each lesson.
• Assisted the teacher with setting the classroom and reading through the kids previous work.
• Had 1:1 time helping the kids with their reading and phonics lesson.
• Helped with playground duty.
• Helped SEN children with writing up methods for their literacy lesson.
• Individually taught my own group of kids a maths lesson of division.
• Able to discipline children appropriately if the child was getting out of hand.
• Marked some of the children's literacy books.
Achievements: Throughout this experience I have been able to understand more about how the current curriculum and classroom works. I have been able to strengthen my abilities in identifying and appreciating how much effort and passion it takes to run a classroom and recognising that passion in me.
Heathmere Primary School
• Teacher Assistant primarily in Year 3 and Year 4.
• Assist the teacher with daily duties
• Cover full classes and do supply work throughout KS2.
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