My teaching method is to work closely with the student and find the specific stumbling blocks within their area of study, and work relentlessly to build their skills to the point of producing beautifully flowing mathematics through creative engaging resources.
I have worked with secondary age students with their mathematics, and general approach to studying and revision for 2 years. I studied Maths at the University of Essex after receiving an A* at GCSE and a B at A-Level.
Experienced and enthusiastic student support officer, both in schools and Higher Education institutions. A naturally approachable person, possessing a polished and professional demeanour with an ability to communicate at all levels. Organised, resourceful and creative with a passion for education and student achievement in all it's forms.
Maths and Education, Open University BSc (June 2019)
Mathematics | University of Essex
Diploma of Higher Education
A-Levels 2008 – 2010
Math (B), History (C), Further Math (E)
GCSEs, 2003 – 2008
10 A*-B, including A* in Math and A in English Literature & Language
More Able Programme Lead | Telford Priory School
Building relationships with external partners, such as businesses and Universities, both local and nationwide. Creating a school-wide programme to both support students academically and develop soft skills and employability for age range 11-16. Managing large scale events and campaigns across the school and local community. Efficiently completing all administrative tasks associated with the school’s More Able Program. Handling and analysis of student data to track progress, and monitor interventions.
Intervention Coach | Telford Priory School
Aim of the role was to support students through their final year of compulsory education, through both academic and pastoral support. By working as a team with teachers and other support staff I created resources to help students and staff with both exam content and additional materials. Managing a case load of students, through regular data analysis and closely monitoring any interventions put in place.
Arts Coordinator | Essex Boys and Girls Clubs
Project and event management across a modicum of county wide events from a variety of arts disciplines. Recruiting external partners and a volunteer workforce, whilst also providing training for those working on the program. Working with the 140 affiliated youth clubs with diverse and socio-economic community groups. All admin tasks completed across all parts of the programme – risk assessments, proposals, marketing, etc.
Residential Support Officer | University of Essex
Project and event management across campus and the wider community to help students settle into a new environment. Dealing with large scale welfare, social, academic and security risks on campus. Dealing with stressful and hostile behavior and situations calmly and efficiently. Guiding and signposting students through difficult situations both personally and academically.
NCS Cohort Leader | Essex Boys and Girls Clubs
Working with groups of young people residentially to help them bond as a team, dealing with challenging situations to deliver a successful social action project. Supporting all activity staff and fellow cohort leaders as a team to ensure a successful NCS was delivered. Delivery of all appropriate paperwork on time and ensuring good relationships between the cohort and the external partners and stakeholders chosen for the social action project.
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