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Judith
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J
Judith
« Jacqueline is a talented teacher who has the ability to work with children of all abilities and those who may display challenging behaviors. She has the ability to develop string relationships with all children and adults. She makes learning fun and develop strong relationships with all students. »
£35/h
1st lesson free!
Tutor profile verified
Response Time 24h
Lessons offered by Jacqueline
  • Individual
  • In group
The lessons will be held
  • at your home
  • By webcam
Taught subjects
  • English
  • Reading
  • Academic tutoring
  • School support
  • Test prep
Levels
  • Primary

Qualified teacher with five years experience specialising in English and Maths tutoring

Methodology

I am a qualified teacher with five years teaching experience. I believe that all children can learn, they just need to find the right person to teach them. I am looking forward to helping all children achieve their goals and work to the best of their ability.

Background

I am currently in my sixth year of teaching. I have always worked in schools where children are culturally and socially diverse. I enjoy the challenge of changing my teaching style to ensure that each child is able to reach their full potential.

Rates

Rate for online lessons : £35/h
Lessons offered by Jacqueline
Individual
In group
The lessons will be held
at your home
webcam
Taught subjects
  • English
  • Reading
  • Academic tutoring
  • School support
  • Test prep
Levels
  • Primary

Jacqueline's CV

I am a passionate and motivated early childhood educator. I specialise in social and emotional development and learning and use this knowledge to support young children’s development in these areas. I am passionate about helping disadvantaged children reach desired outcomes and have had experience teaching in areas where the majority of students are from culturally and economically diverse backgrounds.
In 2105 I was awarded the position of Early Childhood Phase Leader. As an effective leader I believe that every decision should be based on the best interests’ of the students. An effective leader supports, empowers and motivates others to work as a cohesive team to reach common goals. Open lines of communication are also vital when being an effective leader. I am in contact everyday with the members of my phase ensuring that the day to day running of their classroom is going smoothly and offering support when required.
I wrote a First Class Honours thesis which investigated the importance of social and emotional development of pre-primary children. The study focused specifically on children from metropolitan areas in Perth where the majority of students are culturally and economically diverse. I have continued to develop my knowledge and understandings in the area of social and emotional development by completing the Tribes TLC 24 Hour Basic Course and regularly keeping updated with new research through the CASEL website.
I am constantly building my own knowledge of initiatives, strategies, research and programs to ensure that I am the most informed and effective teacher and leader possible. Throughout my four years at Boulder Primary School I have developed strong relationships with my colleagues, our families, local agencies and the community. I believe these positive relationships have enabled me to maximise opportunities for my students to be successful. To develop as leader I believe that I must continue to strive for excellence and growth in my career and to challenge myself in my learning.
I felt that after four years of working at Boulder Primary School I need a new challenge. The prospect of teaching in a foreign country excited me as I knew it would be a wonderful way to apply my teaching skills in a different setting as well as developing skills I may not have the chance to in Australia. I completed four months of supply work when I first arrived in London. I took up a full time teaching position in April 2016 and have enjoyed the challenges teaching in a foreign country has provided me.
Confidential Referees
Mrs Jane Mutch – Principal – St Mary’s Church of England Primary School
Work Phone: 020 3693 0510
Email: (concealed information)
Ms Judith King – Former Deputy Principal and Line Manager – Co-Ordinator of Regional Services, Goldfields Education Region.
Work Phone: 9093 5600
Email: (concealed information)
Professional Experience
St Mary’s Church of England Primary School, London April 2017 - Present
Classroom teacher
Roles, Responsibilities, Highlights and Achievements
 Designated lead child protection teacher
 Leading the literacy program. Ensuring all students are striving and supported to achieve their full potential.
 Regularly attend networking opportunities.
 Supporting colleagues with difficult students that are affecting teaching and learning programs in classrooms.
 Mentor graduate teachers.
 Model lessons for graduate teachers.
 Reflect on daily classroom teaching and learning practices and behaviour management techniques to ensure my students are reaching their full potential.


Boulder Primary School, Boulder, Western Australia January 2012 – January 2016
Classroom teacher
Roles, Responsibilities, Highlights and Achievements
 Leading the Early Childhood Phase of Learning. Planning, moderating and assisting with all areas of the school day. Making sure the wellbeing of the staff in my phase was always my first priority.
 Kids Matter Action Team Leader.
 Acting Deputy Principal for a total of three weeks.
 Co-Developer of Boulder Beat, the schools values program, unique to Boulder.
 Working with the Pastoral Care committee to continue to implement the Boulder Beat to develop the social and emotional learning needs of our students.
 Founding member of Kids Matter Action Team at Boulder Primary.
 Staff representative on the school council.
 Recognised by my peers and students’ parents as an exceptional teacher through the Recognise an Exceptional Teacher Program.
 Facilitating regular phase meetings.
 Regularly attend networking opportunities.
 Supporting colleagues with difficult students that are affecting teaching and learning programs in classrooms.
 Working with colleagues to set goals and implement change using the National Quality Standards (NQS).
 Using data collected from on-entry testing to address the needs of students in Pre-Primary to Year 2 and identify areas for whole school improvement.
 Attend learning journeys at local schools to reflect on my own practice and discuss initiatives currently working at other schools to improve my classroom practice.
 Mentor graduate teachers.
 Model lessons for graduate teachers.
 Reflect on daily classroom teaching and learning practices and behaviour management techniques to ensure my students are reaching their full potential.
 Presenting overviews of all four Kids Matter components to staff.
 Participating in instructional rounds.
 Further developing my teaching practice by accepting the opportunity to work with other or watch others work.
 Seeking feedback and regularly reflecting on my own leadership and performance.
 Developing whole school positive behaviour rewards systems.
o ‘Green Slips’ were given to students who showed the values of the Boulder Beat. These slips would then go into a draw and the students are given the opportunity to ‘Spin to Win’ at assembly.
 Consistently using assessment checklists in English and Mathematics to reflect on my own practice and hold myself accountable for my students’ results.
 Developing strong relationships with Staff, Students, Parents/Careers, Support Agencies and community members.
 Organising whole school events such as Kids Expo, Day for Daniel, Harmony day, etc.
 Constantly keeping updated with new research into how children learn and new pedagogical trends in literacy and numeracy.
 Behaviour Management committee member.
 Pastoral Care committee member.
 Mathematics committee member.
Significant Professional Development I have attended 2011 - 2017
 Safeguarding training – Lead designated child protection teacher
 Radicalisation (WRAP - Workshop to Raise Awareness of Prevent)
 Supporting pupils working at greater depth
 RWI Phonics
 RWI Language and Literacy
 Moderation in KS1
 ILNP On entry
 Kids Matter Component One – Positive School Community
 Kids Matter Component Two – Social and Emotional Learning
 Kids Matter Component Three – Working with Parents and Carers
 Kids Matter Component Four – Helping Children with Mental Health Difficulties
 Tribes TLC Basic 24 Hour course
 Classroom Management Strategies
 WAPPA Early Years Literacy Project
 WAPPA Early Years Numeracy Project
 Understanding Poverty
 Kids Smart – Literacy and Numeracy Partnership Project
 ILNP Mathematics
 You Can Do It! Program Overview
 You Can Do It! Foundations
 You Can Do It! Using the Catastrophe Scale and Emotional Thermometer.
 Early Years in Education Society Conference – Sustaining Best Practice
 Diana Rigg
 Team Teach
Professional Development I have attended 2011- 2015
 THRASS training
 Mathletics training
 Kids Matter Leadership Day
 Language Development Strategies for Teachers
 Hand Skills and handwriting Workshop
 Balance and Ball Skills workshops
 First Steps PL for Reading
 ESL/ESD Progress Maps
 Cooperative Learning Workshop
 Guided Reading Workshop
 Kids Matter – Getting started for Action Teams

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Judith

Jacqueline is a talented teacher who has the ability to work with children of all abilities and those who may display challenging behaviors.
She has the ability to develop string relationships with all children and adults. She makes learning fun and develop strong relationships with all students.

Judith

Jacqui is an extremely talented teacher, she builds strong relationships with all children. She clearly articulates what she needs to children and has an ability to work with all children, even the most disengaged.

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