My teaching method is personal and designed to cater the needs of the individual. You are the expert in your own world and own learning and I use this as a guide for my teaching methods. I use a variety of resources including online and physical textbooks. I find that the best way to engage students is by using a wide variety of tools e.g. videos, slideshows, discussions, written essay practice, reverse teaching etc.
I graduated in 2019 in sociology and philosophy. I have experience working in a range of care and social work settings. I have also worked in teaching assistant roles and been a tutor to many students for over a year.
I am a 22-year-old graduate of Sociology and Philosophy at the University of Liverpool. My main strengths include being passionate, working as part of a team, and being empathetic towards others. I am adaptable and willing; paying great attention to detail in order to fulfil my potential in any role. I care about social issues and individual wellbeing enormously; I would be delighted to attain a position working within a helping role. My main experience includes working with children, working with people with learning difficulties, and working in care.
The Priory School, Shrewsbury (2009 – 2014)
11 GCSEs including English and Maths
Grades: A*, A*, A*, A, A, A, A, B, B, B, C
Shrewsbury Sixth Form College (2014 – 2016)
A-levels in Sociology, Psychology and English Language
Grades: A*, A*, B
University of Liverpool (2016-2019)
Sociology BA (Hons) with minor in Philosophy
Compass Counselling 2019
Introduction to Counselling – Level 2
Tutor – Tutora, Liverpool (05/05/16 – 30/05/2017)
I worked as a paid tutor for A-level students studying sociology and psychology. I gained close but professional bonds with them and all my students went on to get into their first-choice university. I also worked with several primary school students teaching English. This experience gave me a greater understanding of how to put across ideas simply and effectively.
Carer – HC ONE (10/09/2019 – 05/01/2020)
I worked as a carer for elderly people in a residential home. The residents included those with complex nursing needs, mental health issues, and dementia. I assisted with personal hygiene care, feeding, and changing the clothes of the residents who could not do so for themselves. I also lead activities, read to residents, encouraged their independence, and built strong relationships with them all. My role also included tasks such as cleaning, cooking, filling out paperwork and so on. This experience also shifted my relationship with death and disease, giving way to a philosophical curiosity and acceptance of our mortality.
Support worker – Just One (22/01/2020 – 10/09/2020)
I was a support worker for 5 different service users, whom I’d see multiple times a week. My service-users ranged in age and ability. I worked with 3 young people with autism, helping them manage emotions, take care of their finances, complete household tasks and so on. I also worked with 2 elderly people who suffered from various illnesses as well as hallucinations and delusions. My role included calming down service-users when they were experiencing acute distress. I also assisted them with personal care and household chores. My job as support worker also included filling out extensive daily notes and incident forms.
Temporary Learning Support Staff – Shrewsbury Colleges Group (12/10/2020 – 11/11/2020)
I worked in a teaching assistant role where I support several students with their post-GCSE studies in Health and Social Care. Some of my students have additional needs and others are vulnerable at home so require extra emotional and behavioural support.
Writer – Zut London (15/11/2020 – Present)
I have recently started working with Zut London – a high-end women’s fashion company dedicated to creating beautiful original pieces. Originating in Columbia, the leathers and suedes are sustainably sourced from the tribal goats of the indigenous Wayuu people. I have created their new newsletter which is to be released every month (as well as whenever promotions and occasions arise). I am also working towards creating their blog; telling the story of those involved in the creation.
Charlie is an incredibly patient and understanding tutor with an excellent knowledge of her subject. I would recommend her as a tutor to anyone, she is kind, fair and totally dependable.
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