My teaching methodology is focused entirely on meeting the individualised needs of my students. Each student has a different learning style so it is incredibly important to adapt the material to suit accordingly. One of the most useful tips I have for students to test their knowledge of a topic is for them to adapt their material into layman's terms.
I am currently studying towards my PhD at Cardiff University where I am researching the relationship between religious beliefs and mental health treatment. Prior to this, I completed my LLM in the Legal and Political Aspects of International Relations. I have been tutoring for the past three years and am both confident and approachable to students. I am able to provide support for Family Law, Evidence, Jurisprudence and Medical law in addition to all qualifying law degree modules.
October 2017- Present : PhD Cardiff University (funded by AHRC).
September 2016/2017- The Legal and Political Aspects of International Relations (LLM) ( Merit).
September 2013- Cardiff University, LLB Law (2:1)
September 2010- Folkestone Girls Grammar School, Kent.
June 2012 A levels: History (A), English Literature (A), EPQ (A), Politics (B).
September 2005- St Joseph’s Catholic Comprehensive, Wales
June 2010 GCSE’s: 11 GCSE’s including A* in English and B in Mathematics
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