I am willing and committed to help you reach your target, and while I prefer to help you learn through conversations and debates, I am more than willing to teach in the way that suits you as everyone learns differently.
I am training to be a teacher and have just completed my degree in Theology, achieving a 2:1. I am passionate about the primary subjects, RE and I am passionate about students and believe my experience in my training of both theology and teaching sets me up perfectly to be able to help.
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• Nottingham Academy Primary
o Student Teacher working in a Year 6 Class teaching 50% of their weekly timetable by the end of the placement. Planning lessons frequently, attending school trips, and helping out with workshops were part of my responsibilities.
• Brookhill Leys Primary School
o Student Teacher in a Year 1 Classroom working up to 80% teaching. Wider responsibilities working with children with SEN, as well as full lesson planning and working on a School Based Inquiry.
Volunteer Aid Worker – Ethiopia
• As a part of a team, I visited the small village of Bekoji in Ethiopia, working with the children in an orphanage and the surrounding village. Delivering food packages and sessions with the children, I got to know the wider community and witness first-hand the lives of those who suffer in the poverty-stricken village.
President of Theology Society – University of Nottingham
• Full management of the Society, leading a group of individuals and encouraging them to fulfil their potential within their roles.
• I have developed and understood the need to influence and engage a whole different set of key stakeholders, an area that previously would have proved challenging but with the exposure that the society has given me has equipped me with a skill set that can be used in many other areas.
• Engagement with other members of the society, staff and students, and leading a well-rounded and successful society at university.
Social Secretary of Theology Society – University of Nottingham
• Full management of key events that involved research, planning, execution and evaluation.
• I have developed and understood the need to influence and engage a whole different set of key stakeholders. An area that previously would have proved challenging but with the exposure that the society has given me has equipped me with a skill set that can be used in many other areas.
Education Representative for the Theology Department – University of Nottingham
• Represent the theology student body, giving them a voice with regards to their education and the education of others.
• Developed an incredible passion for education and individuals’ rights to it. It enabled me to be a leader and respond to what my peers desire, as well as stressing my own opinions.
Young Journalist Academy
• Activities included the opportunity to interview, transcript and create published articles on the cast of a key West-end production, as well as other local topics.
• I learnt to interpret, understand and craft articles whilst working under timelines, as well as edit and enhance my peers work. It developed my creativity and exposed me to a wider and more challenging environment than I’d been used to.
Sports Leadership Academy – Level 1 and 2
• A personal development opportunity working with children ages 4-16, to train and teach them how to engage with sport.
• I developed techniques on how to motivate and inspire whilst developing an understanding of the need to flex my style depending on the needs of the individual or group.
• Leading workshops built upon my confidence in a position of responsibility and my capacity to influence change.
• Having participated enthusiastically in gymnastics from an early age, I was given the opportunity to partake in coaching and mentoring.
• This experience reaped the rewards that come with aiding the development of others, including communication, commitment, feedback and responsibility.
Prefect and House Captain – Walton Girls High School
• Taking individual responsibility whilst working within a team meant that I was able to take control of situations, demonstrating my initiative. I was involved in the creation of many charity events throughout the years and was a key member of a student-mentoring programme.
• I was exposed to new experiences, for instance being involved in the process of interviewing candidates for the role of head teacher. Having this level of responsibility whilst carrying out my GCSEs and A Levels shows incredible resilience as well as highlighting my time management skills.
Public Speaking – Walton Girls High School
• I created and performed speeches on relevant topics in front of large audiences, going on to compete with other schools within the county.
• This built my confidence and communication skills, along with body language and the art of engaging with an audience.
• Theology and Religious Studies – 2:1 2016-19
A Levels 2014-16
• Religious Studies – A English Literature - B Media Studies - B
• 1 A*, 1 A, 4 B’s, 5 C’s. (English – A, Maths – C).
Kids Club Crew Member 2018-present
David Lloyd Clubs
• Fully trained member of the team at David Lloyd working with children aged 3-11.
• I conduct both independently and as a team sporting and craft activities suitable for required age range. This role has taught me how to discipline children, how to work with them and other members of staff, as well as handling children with learning and behavioural difficulties.
Clarks Customer Advisor and Sales Assistant 2014-16
Oldrids and Downtown
• After being trained as a specialist Clark’s footwear consultant, I would advise and recommend to all customer types the correct products to meet their needs. My responsibilities included stock control, customer service and department management when required.
• I gained valuable insights into retail environments whilst developing my confidence and skills sets in my first working role.
Classroom Assistant 2013/2018
Cliffedale Primary School
• I was given the opportunity to gain valuable experience and exposure to the skills needed to teach, develop and motivate primary school children aged 4-11.
• I really enjoyed the interaction and seeing the impact you can have on the development of children and the skills and techniques used. It gave me confidence in working in new environments with new people and the enhancement of my communication skills.
• Literature is a main interest of mine. I am able to immerse myself fully in this both through my degree, and leisurely, enjoying multiple genres.
• Gymnastics – competitive participation since age 7.
• Film and Music.
• Fashion and beauty.
Perfect! Imogen is an excellent tutor. She had a plan for our lessons even before we had started the course. It shows how capable and forward looking she is. We now have a plan which I think will help me a great deal with my studies. I am very thankful to have Imogen as a tutor. She is very good at discussion of in-depth topics and she has a broad understanding of the subject matter.
It was great to meet Marie. We have planned out what we would like to achieve from the lessons and agree on how to go about this.
Imogen is an approachable person who always strives to achieve and help others to do the same. I always reach out to her for help as she is a fantastic listener and teacher. Cannot recommend enough.
Imogen is a creative, vibrant tutor who's clarity and understanding of Religious Studies leaves her students at ease. She is patient, flexible in her teaching methods and adapts to any issues her students may be experiencing.
I wouldn't hesitate in recommending Imogen as a tutor.
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