My teaching method involves design thinking which includes brainstorming ideas, innovation and creative thinking. I find repetition to be very important in order for any new learning to enter the long term memory. I also enjoy using educative quizzes and games to stimulate further learning with fun.
I am currently studying a Masters course in social work and graduated with a BA Hons in Youth and Community Development in 2014. I have over 4 years of experience working as a tutor and a teaching assistant in primary schools in the UK. I will always have a passion for children to excel in their education no matter what their needs may be. I am a strong believer that extra 1:1 support can make all the difference in a child's learning.
An effective individual who strives to achieve and takes pride in enhancing the educational, personal, and social development of young people. Holding experience in educating, empowering and supporting young people. Possessing an understanding of young people's needs and having the required skills to help safeguard young people. I am a committed, reliable and trustworthy worker who is looking for a suitable position with young people in the education sector.
Explore Learning – Borehamwood EDUCATION TUTOR August 2014 – April 2019
Supporting young people aged 6 to 14 with maths and English.
To manage a zone of children and support them with Maths and English
To manage academic and social progress
To ensure each child's I.T programme is correctly tailored to their academic needs.
To lead creative writing group sessions
To build rapport with children
To supervise children in the play area
Parkside Community Primary School - Borehamwood
TEACHING ASSISTANT October 2015 – July 2018
Supporting young people with all curriculum subjects individually and in group work.
To prepare the classroom for lessons
To assist children who need extra support to accomplish tasks
To listen to children read
To run group interventions for lower achieving children
To support the teacher in managing class behaviour
To supervise group activities
To tidy up the classroom after lessons
To supervise children during break and lunch times
The Y Education Centre – Leicester
PLACEMENT YOUTH WORKER January 2013 – May 2013
Supporting young people with literacy, numeracy and IT skills to allow them to gain competency to enter work or college.
To facilitate group and one to one sessions
To plan and deliver a programme to young people
To create a safe, welcoming and stimulating atmosphere for the young people
To use IT skills to enable young people to learn and develop skills
To write reports on young people’s personal development
To support young people with maths and English and mark files
Burnt Oak Christian Fellowship – Burnt Oak NURSERY TEACHER April 2007 - September 2016
Teaching young people the required church curriculum and making sure the nursery was kept safe and clean for the children.
To develop and implement lessons
To organise and supervise play activities
To monitor and record children's progress
To maintain a safe and clean environment for children to study and play
KEY SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Experience in challenging discrimination
Understanding young people's issues and needs
Possessing excellent listening skills
The ability to motivate young people
Strong empathetic communicative skills
Trustworthiness and reliability
Fluent in the French language
De-Montfort University, Leicester, UK, 2011-2014
BA (Hons) Youth and Community development
Hertswood school and 6th Form college 2004 – 2011
10 GCSE's: 9 A* - C grades
3 A levels: Sociology ( A ) French ( B ) Psychology ( C )
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