The keys to teaching are engaging, empowering and practice. If you hired me, my focus would be getting your child to engage in the topics by allowing them space to explore them in ways ignored in most classrooms that might work better for them. My students would be allowed to direct the lessons to the areas they are weakest, and my goal wouldn't just be to teach them but to give them the confidence to approach their weaknesses head-on. And of course, there is no replacement for practice. No matter the subject, one of the best ways to prepare for the exam, and by that I don't just mean the learning they have to do but the stress that comes with Exams, is to get to work on actual questions, so they learn to think in the format examiners require.
I am a History and Politics student at the University of Warwick, specialising in UK and US politics. I've given talks about and lead sessions on political theory and the development of the UK prime ministerial system and spent time working for the Commonwealth Secretariat, helping to create briefings on government policy
September 2014 - June 2017: GCSEs - Bedford School - 1A*, 4As, 3Bs. Received A and A* in English, A in History, A in Physics, and 7 in Maths. which is equivalent to an A in a previous grading system.
September 2017 - June 2019: A-Levels - Bedford School I achieved 3 A-Levels, with an A in English, and Bs in History, and Politics, overcoming both my Dxspria an a serious medical condition which led to me being hospitalized in the middle of exam season. As a result of my A-Levels, I was invited to read History and Politics at Warwick.
October 2017 - May 2018: Enrichment Course Leader - Bedford School I led students from year 6 up in courses on creative writing, allowing them to explore ideas from the classroom in new ways and giving them a new love of writing.
July 2019: Intern - Commonwealth Secretariat - I completed a work experience program at the Commonwealth Secretariat, during which I was primarily based in the Health division. I helped craft policy statements, tended senior meetings, and gave presentations to the head of the division on Mental health
October 2019 - Present: Radio Presenter - RAW - Since I entered University, I have taken part in the student radio station, both as a permanent guest on the news programmes but also as the host of my show. As part of my duties, I have learnt Adobe Audition.
Debate Society President and Coach: From September 2017, I have organised the school debating society, choosing the topics and chairing the meetings. Under my leadership, we went from fielding zero teams at any event to compete in the Cambridge and Oxford Unions, received a commendation from the ESU and our school was chosen to represent Bedford at the ESU 100th anniversary dinner debate, which I won. Also, I coached the School ESU teams, training them in their skills and accompanying them to competitions.
Enoch is friendly, nice, intelligent and patient. In other words, a great tutor
Enoch is really good at talking about concepts and analyses in a way that sticks in your head afterwards. He explains things clearly and succinctly, and I would definitely recommend him.
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