I graduated from Oxford University last year with a 2.1 in history.
I have previously taught at GCSE, A level and University-level and have particular experience conducting practice interviews, working on essay plans for coursework and teaching exam technique.
I enjoy teaching all abilities and levels!
I have taught between 20 and 25 students- mostly at A level stage, but I have also taught a group of GCSE students the OCR GCSE history syllabus in my hometown of Cambridge.
Most recently, I have given personal statement advice and taught interview skills to people applying to Oxbridge- through uniadmissions.co.uk's programme.
St Hugh’s College, University of Oxford 10/13-06/16
Class 2.i, gained a first in third year modules and in 6000 word dissertation on British politics in the 1970s
Stephen Perse Foundation, Cambridge 09/08-06/12
A Levels: Economics (A*), History (A*), Latin (A*)
As Levels: Maths (A)
GCSEs: 9A*, 2As
Research Internship-Margaret Thatcher Foundation, Edinburgh 06/15-09/15
A non-partisan, historical resource organization- committed to improving the availability of documents on the Thatcher premiership
Updated the website Prime Ministerial records section, using the National Archive website and documents photographed at Churchill College
Expanded the information available on the website about the Centre for Policy Studies (CPS), a right-wing think-tank closely involved with Thatcher
Completed a detailed research project on Alan Walters, a senior adviser to Thatcher and CPS member
Research Assistant- Broughton Castle, Banbury, Oxfordshire 06/14-09/14
Created a record keeping system for the collection of documents there
Carried out a more detailed research project on Maurice De Bunsen, the British Ambassador to Austria when WWII broke out
Recommended which documents might be used in a Castle display about De Bunsen and his family
Assistant Archivist- Caius College, Cambridge 09/12-08/13
Answered both phone and email enquiries from alumnae and the public
Managed the diary of the senior archivist
Created a display on the basis of college records to commemorate the WW1 Centenary
Worked on a Manorial Rights project that required me to collate all available information on the land rights of the college in order to prove the College’s rights to the land registry
Required me to keep up-to-date with the changing guidelines of land registry and use both the National Archives and County archives resources
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