Currently an A level student, I got 11 GCSE’s (A*-C) including maths and english. My teaching method would be based on my notes on the topic, I would also provide handout sheets and questions for the student to complete. I have an easy and an understanding approach to situations. I would make sure that the student fully understands the content of the topic before we move on.
I usually tutor my brothers and sisters, since I am the first one to have completed their GCSE’s in my family. I usually give my siblings tips on how to ace their GCSE’s or sats to make sure that they’re on the right pathway to success. The only qualifications I have received are 11 GCSE’s (A*-C). My predicated grades for A level are BBC.
Company: Forest Gate Metropolitan Police Station
Position held: Observer
A few skills I gained during my work experience was responsibility, numeracy, initiative and team work. In terms of responsibility I had to make sure I had good self-management which involved being punctual, flexible, getting work done on time, and being willing to improve my own performance. In terms of numeracy, I had to count how many crimes occurred over night, in a month and to evaluate whether or not if there was a pattern in the crime rate and how to prevent certain crimes. For example, the safety neighbourhood team was a group of police officers who patrolled a section of a neighbourhood to prevent and deter crimes. In terms of initiative, I’ve acknowledged that working in a police station could be fun besides crime. Working with the forensic science team was very intriguing; I discovered how to take DNA samples, and how to find fingerprints using science. Overall, it was a great experience.
From November 2017 to December 2017, I was working in hospitality as a paid waiting staff with Gigs Team. My role entailed of me supplying food to the customers, I worked at different venues including hotels and restaurants. Also, I had to help my colleagues organise the venue before our guest arrived, and me and my colleagues had to clean up after the event had ended. It was a great experience.
Outside of education, last summer I took part of a part time catering job, and the Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Award. I like to read poetry, cook and most of all I love shopping. During my 5 years of school I’ve been the sport representative for my form class for 5 years. This includes making competitive sport teams within my form and taking part in sport competitions, so I’ve always played a big part for my form class. This autumn I am taking part in the NCS challenge 2017, due to my enthusiasm of outdoor activities. I’ve also held an assembly for 5 year groups ranging from year 7-11 at school. This assembly was related to one of my GCSE options: Spanish. The assembly was based on the great Frida Kahlo. Before the assembly, I had to prepare a presentation in Spanish and I spoke fluent Spanish throughout the whole presentation. Also, I’m a prefect at my current sixth form (Chobham Academy in Stratford), so I mentor the lower school class, and I make sure that they’re wearing the correct uniform.
In my sixth form, I am a prefect meaning my main responsibilities are looking after the lower school years (primary and secondary). I have to portray myself as well presented as I am their role model. Every Friday, I go to my assigned primary class where I help assist the teacher in teaching her class. I also volunteer every Wednesday in coaching the year 6 in their P.E. class, and I volunteer in helping children read.
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