I aim to break down the topic into it's key components and skills and explain these in easy terms so my pupils can understand (for example measuring angles - examining a protractor, working through step-by-step how to use one, repeating this skill until mastered).
I often find linking the skill to real life examples really furthers a pupil's understanding and enables them to apply that skill better. For example - how understanding place value or fractions can help us estimate the cost of several items in a shop.
I am an Archaeology and Geography graduate from the University of Nottingham, my uniquely multidisciplinary degree gave me the opportunity to study a range of subjects (Statistics, ICT, history) in great depth). I have experience teaching Maths, English, Reading and other subjects at primary level.
A UoN graduate with a range of experience in surveying, GIS and remote sensing, managing teams and events. An individual with a strong work ethic and excellent interpersonal and leadership skills, as well as a keen eye for detail. Undertook modules in building and land surveying as part of my degree.
BA Archaeology and Geography (Hons) | The University of Nottingham | 2015-2018
Upper Second Class Degree
A Levels | Oldfield School | September 2012 – May 2014
Geography (A) Religious Studies (B) Biology (C)
GCSEs | Oldfield School | September 2006 – May 2011
11 GCSEs at grades A*-B including English, Mathematics and Statistics.
Teach First Participant | Uphall Primary School | July 2018 - Present
• Currently a participant on Teach First’s Leadership Development Programme.
• Year 4 class teacher in a 5-form entry school in Ilford, London.
• Responsible for lesson planning, data assessment and teaching.
Volunteer Assistant Archaeologist | National Trust | June 2017 – July 2017
• Two-month voluntary placement supporting the National Trust Archaeologist team at Hardwick Hall by researching National Trust properties and archaeological sites across the Peak District in order to maintain and advance the Historic Environment Record.
• Worked specifically with ArcGIS and the Historic Buildings, Sites and Monuments Record (HBSMR) database, gained experience in web-based database management, SQL, data input, research and archiving.
• Collated information from archaeological reports, digitised the sites and updated information in the database in order to help the National Trust manage the archaeological and heritage assets under their care.
Communications Volunteer | The Wildlife Trusts | June 2017
• Volunteered for the 30 Days Wild social media campaign by monitoring the social media channels (Twitter, Facebook and Instagram) and producing content to help promote the campaign and ways to get involved.
Session Coordinator | UoN Conservation Society | September 2016 - present
• Regularly communicated with local and national conservation organisations to arrange weekly activities and events for the society.
• Organised guest lectures from professional speakers e.g. ‘Managing Big Beasts’ given by BBC TV producer Stephen Moss and environmental historian Dr Robert Lambert.
• Advertised local volunteering opportunities to society members and help provide volunteers for charity events like the Wildlife Trusts’ 30 Days Wild social media campaign.
Volunteer | North Cornwall Heritage Summer Excavations | July 2016
• Participated in the two-week summer excavation of the Medieval settlement Melorne in Slaughterbridge, Cornwall where I was taught a range of excavation and surveying techniques.
• Gained experience in using a Leica Total Station, a dumpy level, geophysical surveying, profile drawing and GIS.
Volunteer | UoN Digital Humanities Centre | September 2016 – June 2017
• Digitised and archived the University’s slide collection.
• Helped organise and host an exhibition showcasing the slides archive.
• Used social media to advertise the exhibition and promote the DHC facilities.
• Aided with other digital projects including filming and audio recording Nottingham’s Conversation Dinner – an event for the Being Human Festival 2016.
Key Colleague/Cleaning Operative | Engie | August 2014 – September 2015
• Daily activities included vacuuming and cleaning surfaces of all admin areas within Keynsham Police Station.
• Frequently liaised with the authority in regards to cleaning standards and if they were being met according to the contract. Met with the authority once a week to do a site check.
• Organised weekly team meetings to address any issues or complaints raised by the authority.
• Advertised job vacancies and interviewed candidates.
• Arranged holiday cover and processed overtime and holiday hours.
• Ordered and maintained cleaning stock.
An avid and adept long-distance runner, I have participated in several cross-country events throughout my time in secondary education. Since then I have taken to participating in events individually, including the Bristol Half Marathon twice and more recently taking part in the Super Survival Half Marathon obstacle course in Nottingham. My ultimate goal is to complete the London Marathon and the Cotswold Way Challenge at least once.
During my gap year in 2015 I qualified as a PADI Open Water and Advanced Open Water scuba diver, certifying me to dive to a depth of 30m. It is my hope for the future to explore underwater archaeological sites and volunteer on underwater excavations.
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