I am currently teaching A level and GCSE students in a secondary school. I have been inspired to teach mathematics, not only by my past academic experiences (graduating in BEng Aerospace Engineering from Queen Mary University) but by my love for tutoring A-Level and GCSE students while I was at University.
I taught Years 7 and 8 and focused heavily on lower-ability and SEN students. By working with children who have special educational needs, I was quickly able to learn how to cater to the students varying educational needs. I made sure that inclusion and equality were given the top priority within the learning environment. This was important due to the fact that the students I worked with had differing and often multiple needs. My classroom often included deaf and mute students, students who have social, emotional and behavioural difficulties (SEBD), and those who speak English as an additional language (EAL). While teaching these students I made sure to plan and manage my lessons carefully, according to the needs of my class. I liaised with relevant support staff (Deaf support and SEN specialists) and made sure all the students were catered to.
Furthermore, I also have an experience of teaching year 9, 10, 11 and A-Level students. This gave me the opportunity to use pedagogical techniques that challenged higher-ability students. For example, I have been encouraging students to create their own success criteria so that they are thinking about how to achieve their own goals in the lesson and also reflect on how they can improve. I have also utilized a variety of assessment techniques in the classroom to gauge student understanding and use both formative and summative assessments to further check and improve their learning. I believe that assessment for learning and keeping track of pupil progression is crucial. Therefore, I regularly mark students’ class books and look at their assessments to ensure that I can plan feedback lessons to help my students improve.
With my two year experience of a Maths tutor, I guided students through various stages of the national mathematics curriculum, working up to A-level standard, Planned and developed appropriate teaching materials that were tailored to each client. Created an open and trusting learning environment that allowed students to progress. Marked student work and provided informative feedback so as to further improve performances.
These contrasting placement experiences, I believe, are essential for the dynamic role a teacher plays with differing students, environments and topics, and I feel privileged to have been able to work with students of differing abilities, interests whilst using a variety of learning techniques.
I am a recent PGCE graduate actively pursuing opportunities to tutor ingredients opportunities. Having graduated in Aerospace Engineering, completed placements at several schools, and tutored a number of students, I have a breadth of experience in teaching mathematics to students from all backgrounds and levels. I believe my excellent work ethic and ability to succeed in fast-paced, high pressures environment, and manage students with learning difficulties, makes a versatile and knowledgeable tutor who can deliver results. With my specialised academic experience, I am now looking forward to incorporating my knowledge and understanding as a Math Teacher with a forward-thinking at a Superprof.
I am a recent PGCE graduate actively pursuing opportunities to tutor ingredients opportunities. Having graduated in Aerospace Engineering, completed placements at several schools, and tutored a number of students, I have a breadth of experience in teaching mathematics to students from all backgrounds and levels. I believe my excellent work ethic and ability to succeed in fast-paced, high pressures environment, and manage students with learning difficulties, makes a versatile and knowledgeable tutor who can deliver results.
George Green's School, London - Present
Plan work in accordance with faculty schemes of work and National Curriculum Programmes of study appropriate.
Maintain notes and plans of lessons undertaken and records of students’ work.
o Carry out assessment programmes (e.g. reports) as agreed by the School, Department or
o Mark, monitor and return work within a reasonable and agreed time span providing constructive oral and written feedback and clear targets for future learning as appropriate.
George Green's School, London | 09/01/2020 – 30/05/2020
o Lesson planning and delivering in line with the national curriculum.
o Regularly marked and monitored students’ class books and look at their assessments to ensure that I can plan feedback lessons to help my students improve.
o Applied a variety of assessment techniques in the classroom to gauge student understanding and use both formative and summative assessments.
o Worked within my department/colleagues to plan and coordinate work.
Self-employed, London | 03/02/2017 - 03/08/2019
o Guided students through various stages of the national mathematics curriculum, working up to A-levels standard.
o Planned and developed appropriate teaching materials and modern techniques that were tailored to each client.
o Created an open and trusting learning environment that allowed students to progress.
o Marked student work and provided informative feedback so as to further improve shortcomings
Sair Distributors Pvt Ltd, London | 01/10/16 - 01/06/17
o Ensured all customers were appropriately welcomed to this used car sales company and
attended to customers’ front-of-house needs.
o Facilitated the attainment of sales and service targets by keeping up to date with company procedures and industry developments so as to knowledgeably respond to customer enquiries.
o Resolved customer complaints in a swift and conscientious manner.
o Scheduled and modified appointments through the internal company log-in system.
o Collected cars from the auction and carried out necessary maintenance procedures (Inc. procurement of car parts) prior to sales.
Primark, London | 03/12/2014 - 01/03/2015
o Attended to customer needs and priorities and delivered exceptional service at all times in accordance with the company protocol.
o Maintained stock levels and store appearance as per suggested and required demand.
o Assisted the general running of the business which included stock-taking, helping customers
o with queries and authorising payments via credit and debit cards.
2019 - 2020
PGCE (Secondary): Mathematics Goldsmiths University, London Pass
BEng Aerospace Engineering 2:2
2016 - 2018
Queen Mary University, London
The Project included: Reduce total drag acting on a bobsleigh by modifying its nose, main body, and any gapping in order to optimise aerodynamic performance.
2014 - 2014
Newham College, London
2010 - 2012
A-levels: ICT (C), Law (D) and Forensic Science (Pass)
Newvic Sixth Form College, London
2008 - 2010
GCSEs (Inc. Maths and English) Brampton Manor Academy, London 5 A-Cs including A in Mathematics
o MS Office Suite (esp. Excel and Word) o PGCE Qualified o Course/ Curriculum expertise
o Assessment o Lesson Planning o Resource planning
Dr Patricia Alexander
020 7919 7071
020 7987 6032
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