I have been a qualified teacher since 2006. I am currently working for a charity, supporting children with disabilities to access schools or Further Education at college. Previous to this I was a Year 1 teacher, ICT coordinator and Deputy Child Protection Officer. In addition to my teaching experience, I have taught years 3, 4 and 5 (at Primary level) and taught children with various Special Needs from children with dyslexia and autism to children with high intellect. All students require a great deal of individual planning, which I thrive in. I now teach individual children to either access the Primary Curriculum or English, Maths and History at Functional Skills / GCSE level. I have good knowledge of the school curriculum, especially in teaching maths, phonics, history and ICT. My strategies help to identify areas of support and pinpoint what is needed to help children build confidence and strategies to become independent learners.
I have been a qualified teacher since 2006. Initially taught at mainstream Primary Schools (teaching Year 1s to Year 5s).
I worked in Primary Schools for over 8 years before gaining a post for a National Charity.
I now support teenagers with various degrees of disability to access Literacy and maths sessions, as well as independence and life skills.
IOSH—Managing Safely, Health and Safety management training, Jelf Training Group (November 2016)
Positive Behaviour Management Trainer, Positive Response Training and Consultancy (December 2015)
Frontline Leadership and Management Level 5, City and Guilds (September 2015)
AET Level 2 Developing Good Autism Practice, Autism Education Trust (July 2015)
Post Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE), Bath Spa University (October 2005– June 2006)
BA (Hons) 2:1 in Education and History, Bath Spa University (October 2002—June 2005)
Access to Higher Education, Yeovil College (September 2001—June 2002)
Access to Higher Education (Pass), at Yeovil College (September 2001—June 2002)
Work Experience -
Area Manager / Programme Coordinator in Wiltshire for the charity MacIntyre Care (602 South Seventh Street, Central Milton Keynes MK9 2JA). Responsible for overseeing a team of 12 Community Learning Facilitators, delivering bespoke one to one education packages for 20 students with various learning and or physical disabilities. (2014 to Current role)
Class Teacher, plus ICT coordinator and designated child protection officer for Hilperton Primary School (Newleaze, Hilperton, Trowbridge BA14 7SB). Teaching the primary curriculum to children ranging from 5 years old to 11 years old. Reporting all progress and any concerns to the senior leadership team. (2006 to 2014)
Bakery Assistant for Tesco stores in Yeovil and Midsomer Norton (Queensway, Huish, Yeovil BA20 1DL). Part time assistant to the bakers, ensuring that products were clearly labelled, products were in date, and moving and handling goods for the bakers. (2001 to 2005)
CNC Lathe Operator for Webber Precision Engineering (11 Great Western Road, Martock TA12 6HB). Reading detailed cad-cam drawings, programming and operating precision computer lathes, inspecting, detailing and assessing quality of the products used for the aerospace industry. Reporting quality and concerns to senior managers (1988 to 2001)
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