I teach both Physics and Maths at all levels ranging from GCSE up to and including A-level.
My teaching method mainly addresses areas that the student is struggling with, aiming to develop understanding of the topic by breaking it down into smaller, easier to explain concepts - either using technical explanation or through the use of analogies.
I am currently studying as part of a MEng Computer Science at University College London.
As a computer science student, I have been involved with a number of software projects in a variety of companies, including work associated with the British Library and the NHS.
In the past, I have tutored AS level Physics at Queen Elizabeth's Boys School, managing to take a particular student's result of a C in their mock exam to an A in the final exam.
Depending on the distance travelled to a student's house, an additional £3 would be charged to subsidise this.
Computer Science Master of Engineering student at University College London.
Experienced with several programming languages including Python, C#, and Java.
Past experience with project management, tutoring and software development.
Developer at Andrew Lucas Ltd. (July 2015 - Present)
Involved in a number of development projects, including lighting scenes with Lutron, smart home control with Fibaro and virtual reality renderings for clients. Assisted with sales on a trading floor, promoting a virtual reality rig and various smart home technologies at the Ideal Home Show. Managed sales and stock for several months for the company in the summer of 2017. Ongoing involvement for programming work experience.
Software Developer for Only Kidney (October 2016 - March 2017)
Led a group project to develop prototype virtual reality software for the Only Kidney organisation. Organised all of the communication between the client and the team, delegated workload as team leader and developed the majority of the back-end for the application.
Volunteer at PDSA (October 2015 - July 2016)
Assisted with the management of donations, alongside peers. This involved documentation, pricing and storing. As well as this, worked tills and provided assistance on the shopping floor. Aided with clean-up and sorting of clothes past closing hours. Raised money selling tickets for various events held by the charity store.
Candidate on the attRAct Programme with the Royal Academy of Arts
Under the recommendation of the Art teacher, selected as one of two students in my year, and a select few A-level Art students in the country. Participated in a number of group projects such as working with architectural firms to develop large structures.
AS level Physics Tutor at Queen Elizabeth's School for Boys
Under the recommendation of the Physics teacher, offered a tutoring role to help younger students improve their understanding of the material covered in school. Tutoring began a few weeks after the mock exam period, where the student received a predicted C grade, and achieved the highest attainable grade at AS in the final exam - an A.
Software Development Work with the British Library
Currently working as part of a team of students working to develop a search engine for particular handwritten characters, using documents from the British Library as a database. Contribution mainly includes the development of the machine learning and image processing side of the project.
Master of Engineering Computer Science at University College London (2016 - Present)
Main areas of study currently including Maths and Statistics for Computer Scientists, Logic and Database Theory, Software Engineering, Systems Engineering and Computer Architecture. Aiming to specialise in Security and Penetration Testing. Current commitments include a Research Officer position in the Tharsos Trading Group.
Queen Elizabeth's School for Boys (2009 - 2016)
Main involvements included being selected to lead an introductory course to programming by Maths teacher, playing competitive Rugby and Water-Polo for the school teams and swimming competitively in galas. Placed in the highest skill group for Chess club.
Devonia Polish School (2007 - 2015)
Weekly study sessions to read Polish literature and practice for the various Polish exams, namely the GCSE, AS and A-levels.
4 A-level qualifications in Maths, Polish, Art and Physics (2016)
Achieving results of 3 A*'s and an A.
6 AS level qualifications including Economics and Business, and Further Maths (2015)
Level 5 LAMDA Public Speaking (2014)
15 GCSE qualifications (2014)
Including a qualification in Chinese Mandarin, achieving a total of 10 A*’s and 5 A’s.
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