I like to try and make my lessons suited to each individual person and as interactive as possible, through different mediums, writing, drawing, using objects, different methods of technology that works best for the student. I like to start out with any student to go over what they want to learn, and then get them or a family member help create the learning objectives for the upcoming sessions, then using the student to create the lesson plans to keep them engaged with something they have created.
I am a university graduate with a 2:1 degree in Management and business who has managed a children's activity camp of more than 80 children for the last 4 years. I have volunteered with organisations for adults with learning difficulties, disabilities or autism and currently volunteer as a Sunday school teacher and work alongside children with learning difficulties, disabilities or autism or english not as a first language.
Camp manager- Supercamps- January 2017 to present
As part of this role I had to manage 4 members of staff that were reporting to me, whilst ensuring the safety of the children that in my care. I had to manage my team so they knew what they were doing, I had to plan the following weeks activity timetable so that the children enjoyed their time on camp, planning sessions and creating new and exciting activities. Also having to complete paperwork and perform first aid if required.
Youth leader- August 2016-present
I have been working as a youth leader for children aged 11-18 for the past 10 months, this involved meeting with them at least once a week if not more, discussing what is happening in their lives. Also it involved leading teaching sessions for the youth, many of which come from poor and troubled backgrounds. It also involves taking them away for weekend breaks to conferences.
Sunday school teacher-2015- present
During this role, I help to look after the children on Sunday mornings, arranging activities and working as a team. Within this role I work with children with behavioural issues, children that have English as a second language and disabilities, and adapting the activities and the sessions to find a way that helps them.
University degree in management and business, experience teaching children cooking, and art classes. Volunteering with theatre groups of adults with learning difficulties or disabilities.
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