I am a University undergraduate studying Sport, Physical Education and Coaching Sciences. I am happy to tutor students who are willing to learn and develop their knowledge and understanding of Physical Education and Biology. I will guide students towards this learning.
I would be happy to give lessons to primary or secondary students on Physical Education and Biology up to and including GCSE or basic A-Level level. I have myself completed A-Levels in these subjects and am currently studying Sport Physical Education and Coaching Science at University.
For Travel pack of hours
5Hours - 85
10Hours - 160
For Webcam pack of hours
5Hours - 50
10Hours - 90
‘A highly committed and organised individual, who sets high targets in a bid to strive for excellence. Currently completing a Sports Coaching degree at the University of Birmingham whilst continuing to volunteer across a range of sporting initiatives.’
Herschel Grammar School, September 2007 – July 2014
GCSE – 2 A*, 7A, 1B, 1C (Including Maths and English)
AS Level – Chemistry C
A-Level – Psychology A, Biology B, Physical Education B
Extended Project Qualification – A
University of Birmingham, September 2014-Present
Studying Sport Physical Education and Coaching Sciences, BSc
Redditch Borough Council MultiSport Coach – June 2016 – Present
This job includes coaching a range of children various sports, mainly on holiday sports camps. My role includes leading sports sessions, registering children onto the camp and maintaining health and safety during the day.
University of Birmingham Sport Admin Assistant, May 2016 – Present
Assisting with admin and computing work at University Birmingham Sport, this involved inputting data, creating spreadsheets and updating our new online volunteer platform.
Aston Villa FC Community Coach, May 2016 – Present
Coaching in the community primarily in secondary schools to provide students with coached football sessions. In line with the Premier and Football League requirements for professional clubs.
Aston Villa FC Match Day Steward, September 2015 – Present
This role includes checking the stand pre and post-match, conducting bag searches, answering various questions and maintaining adherence to ground regulations.
Teaching Assistant, Priory Primary School, Slough – 1 Week Placement
I helped the children in a reception class throughout ICT lessons, learning their spellings and creating cards. This placement also included teaching the children to write their names and learn colours. I also spent a full day in the PE department, during this I both assisted and led lessons.
Physiotherapy, Wexham Park Hospital – 1 Week Placement
I shadowed a number of physiotherapists and saw assessments, manipulations, exercise regimes, massage techniques and nerve testing’s. As well as being taught about evidence based practice and clinical governance. I observed Physiotherapy in a variety of different clinics and wards.
FA Events and Coaching – Ongoing
Assisting or running FA events such as Match Day Fanzones and Football Mash Up sessions. This involves operating FA skill equipment and games such as the Batak board and quick feet, as well as running various coached sessions for a range of age groups.
Team GB Kitting Out for Rio Olympics 2016 – 2 Month Volunteer Work
I volunteered to help with the Kitting Out process of the Olympians and Staff travelling to the Rio Olympics. I was selected to be in a role of responsibility as a supervisor in the ‘checkout’ section. Here I had to manage Aldi Staff and other volunteers ensuring they were using the computer systems correctly so we could keep track off our stock levels. I had to correct any errors on the computer systems alongside communicating with the warehouse, reception and front of house teams via radios. I also spoke to the athletes about the kit they were to receive in Rio alongside any issues there may have been with kit sizes.
Oct 2016 Selected as a member of BUCS - Football Student Management Group
Sept 2016 Birmingham County FA Youth Council Senior Football Futures Officer
Sept 2016 Level 2 in Football Coaching (The FA) including First Aid and Safeguarding
July 2016 Football Futures Outstanding Youth Volunteer Award (National)
July 2016 Selected to attend The National Football Futures Academy
June 2016 Victoria Wesley Award – University of Birmingham Outstanding Contribution
May 2016 BUCS University Football Activator of the Month
Feb 2016 Presented the Birmingham County FA, Community Cup Draw at Birmingham City FC
Jan 2016 Accepted onto Birmingham FA Young Leader Development Programme
Sept 2015 Birmingham County FA Youth Council Senior Partnerships Officer
Sept 2015 Assistant Coach with University of Birmingham Womens Football 2nd Team
Sept 2015 Selected as the University of Birmingham Football Activator
Sept 2015 Became Vice-Chair of Berks Bucks Fa Youth Council
Jul 2015 Selected to attend The Football Futures National Camp – Coaching Specialism
Mar 2015 Qualification in Basic Life Support
Jul 2014 Assistant Manager for Flackwell Heath Ladies FC
Jul 2013 Raised Funds for and Completed a 3week trip to Thailand on World Challenge
Jun 2013 Selected as a member of the Berks Bucks FA Youth Council
Sep 2012 Gym Instructor Level 2
Jul 2012 Level 1 in Football Coaching (FA)
Jun 2011 Club Person of the Year - Marlow United Girls FC Season '10/'11 (also ‘09/’10)
May 2011 Slough Soccer Combination League Referees Award for the Season '10/'11
Oct 2010 The FA Refereeing Qualification
Comfortable working with Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint, I have created budget spreadsheets, tracked registration data and created various presentation PowerPoints.
Various experiences in leading a group across multiple settings. This has included very specific leadership of four individuals through to groups of twenty.
Working and volunteering with a wide range of individuals has enhanced my communication skills enabling me to speak to people in the most suitable way.
I have had the opportunity to lead of projects with different teams of people. This has enabled me to gain experience in this field.
University of Birmingham Football Activator, September 2015 – Present
I have worked to increase the volume of participation offers at the university. Including extra participation teams, training sessions and events. Through this role I have to liaise with students, internal and external university staff, Birmingham County FA staff and BUCS.
University of Birmingham Womens Football Club 2nd Team Coach, September 2015 – Present
I work alongside 6 other coaches within the UoB Womens Football Club. I specifically work with the 2nd team running training sessions and managing on match days. My main goal is to progress individual players into the 1st team, whilst running a successful 2nd team within the BUCS League and Cup.
Birmingham County FA Youth Council, September 2015 – Present
This involves working to set up youth councils or student management groups in clubs, leagues or educational institutions. In addition I worked to provide a network and greater CPD opportunities for University and College Football Activators. Alongside delivering development days to upskill local volunteers.
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