My teaching method is a collaborative approach to learning. After closely analysing the syllabus that you/ your child is working through, I will strategically plan the topics and dates so that we can cover everything in an efficient manner, leaving enough time for past paper revision. If you want a more flexible arrangement, for example a particular topic, I can research this prior to the lesson and we can work through targeted questions for the specific syllabus. If your child is younger (primary school), I can also create fun maths games to help with engagement and enjoyment. My passion and enthusiasm for maths helps to eliminate the perception of it being a chore. My aim throughout the lessons is to facilitate their learning in a way that they can implement the skills they've learnt with me easily by themselves. Hopefully this will ease their stress and they can enjoy school even more!
Throughout school, I used to teach younger students maths as well as students in lower sets in my year group. It was my duty as the Maths prefect to organise and execute these lessons. Now that I have completed my degree specialising in Microeconomics, I have strengthen my maths skills to a high level. I managed to achieve full marks in both Maths and Statistics GCSE so I believe I can help to you/ your child to work towards the same goal!
Camp America – Horse Riding Camp Leader/ Instructor
Camp Nubar – New York State (Armenian Camp) Summer 2017
- Responsible for organising the Horse Riding Programme and looking after children between 7 – 16. Organised and led 4-6 horse riding lessons a day and ensure the safety and well being of children. Continued to organise activities during afternoon and evening, while covering dormitory duties looking after children in the evenings.
- Learnt about the Armenian culture, and adapted to the strict customs and traditions.
- Organised children’s after riding activities and ensuring the safety of children at all times.
Summer Job as Nanny Summer 2015 and Summer 2016
Dr Mike and Jenny Sevitt (grandchildren) during 5 week summer period.
Looking after 3 children during afternoons, entertaining with games, reading, making dinner and ensuring the safety of the children.
Park Tavern Kingston - Bar Staff Summer 2016
● Worked independently behind the bar during busy periods, developing the ability to work under pressure and staying calm whilst dealing with difficult customers.
● Dealt with cash and credit payments and ensured financial accuracy when closing the till at end of shifts,
John Lewis - Sales Assistant Winter 2013/14
● Worked under continuous pressure whilst taking a high volume of cash and credit card payments during the busy Christmas period.
● Received positive feedback for delivering excellent customer service.
● Gained useful experience working in the retail sector and an insight to large corporate management structures.
Horse Rangers Association (Voluntary Saturdays) 2006-2014
● Developed important leadership skills and gained more responsibility as I progressed through the ranks to higher ranks.
● Promoted to Staff Sergeant, a role in which I was required to organise large groups of younger riders whilst also following detailed instructions from my superiors.
● Won the Best rider award, out of 200 other competitors.
Riding for the Disabled Association (Weekly Volunteering) 2013
● Volunteered weekly to help disabled children improve their horsemanship through riding and in the general care of the horses.
● This volunteering required great initiative as I would have to adapt to difficult situations and remain calm whilst doing so.
University of Manchester
BSc International Business, Finance and Economics 2:1 September 2015 – June 2018
● Achieved a high 2:1 (67%), specialising in Microeconomics in my final year.
● Completed finance, business and economics modules, developing accounting skills that include working out balance sheets, projected cash flows etc.
● Strengthened my problem-solving abilities in modules such Critical Perspectives in Strategy.
Esher College September 2013 – June 2015
● A-Level: Psychology (A*), Maths (B), Economics (B)
● AS levels: Geography (A), Psychology (A), Economics (A), Maths (B)
● Extended Project Qualification (A), titled “What makes us spend?”:
o Conducted a survey questioning 70 participants on consumer behaviour.
o Deepened my analytical skills by interpreting the primary data accurately and using it to support my conclusion for the economic and psychological influences on consumer spending.
Teddington School September 2008 – June 2013
● GCSE: 11 grade A-B, seven of which were grade A*-A,
● Sports Award: in final year for best all-round team player.
● Maths Prefect: Tutored younger students and those in lower sets, demonstrating forward planning by preparing termly and weekly lesson plans.
● Gold Maths Challenge award: “best in school” achieved in year 10.
Additional Skills & Interests
● Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office programmes including Excel and Powerpoint.
● Familiar with SPSS (Statistic Package for the Social Science), which I have used in maths and managerial economics modules.
● International Business Finance & Economics Society,
● University of Manchester Riding society
● SKUM (Ski and Snowboard Society)
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