I teach any age from 5+, but specialise in 11+ acedmic skills support. I use lesson plans but am flexible to the needs of any learner through diffrentiation of actvities in order to ensure it is at the right level. I am a happy, approachable person who is always willing to help.
I was previously a study skills tutor teaching classes on both a 1 to 1 and group basis to support students to improve and expand their acedemic skills to get better grades, in preparation for exams and also university dissertations.
Independent Learning Officer 2012-2015
City and Guilds Level 2 9300 Supporting Adults and Young Learners with Essential Skills
NCFE Certificate Level 2 in Mental Health Awareness – 8th July 2013
September 2011 – May 2012: Studied BA (Hons) Education Studies – 2:2 July 2012.
September 2009 - July 2011: Studied FdA Early Years Care and Education – Achieved July 2011.
March 2010 – July 2010: Agency Nursery Worker
Duties: I worked at a range of different nursery settings covering sickness, this furthered me to adapt daily to different settings and their policies and procedures. My duties were: to join in with activities the nursery supervisor had planned for the children, prepare snack, prepare tea, supervise the children at meal and snack times, feed babies, change nappies, help to potty train children, sleep checks, set up the sleep room, set up the nursery with new activities while the children were playing in another room, read stories to the children and write in children’s home diaries so parent’s or carers of the child are kept up to date with what the child had done while at the setting.
September 2009 – July 2010: GCSE Biology – C.
September 2009 - February 2010: Voluntary teaching Assistant
Duties: During my time at this setting I was a Voluntary Teaching Assistant to Year 1 and 2 children, my duties were; Work with small groups of children on activities that the teacher had planned for them to do, work with small groups using activities I had planned myself, differentiate activities so they were appropriate for children’s abilities, listening to children read, organizing the snack for the children, supporting children who needed extra support with activities set, liaising with parents, photocopying, laminating, enlarging, using the guillotine, filing children’s work and observing and assessing children’s level and progress.
September 2002- June 2007:
GCSE English (Higher tier) Grade = B
GCSE English Literature (Higher tier) Grade = B
GCSE Religious Studies Grade = B
GCSE Citizenship Studies Grade = B
BTEC First Diploma in Performing Arts Grade = Merit
GCSE French Grade = C
GCSE Mathematics (Intermediate) Grade = C
GCSE Mathematics (Statistics) Grade = C
GCSE Applied Science (Double Award) Grade = D/D
GCSE Art and Design Grade = D/D
GCSE Information Communication Technology (Foundation tier) Grade = D
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