I have worked for many years in education including the UK and Kenya. My roles have included Form Teacher, Literacy Coordinator for Years 2, 3 and 4 as well as Year 3 Coordinator for the past 6 years. I have also taught children who speak English as a secondary, rather than their primary language. I enjoy travel, cooking, music, theatre, education and art. I have a sense of humour and I am particularly interested in developing children's Literacy skills with their creative writing and their poetry, as well as focusing on correct spelling, grammar, punctuation and handwriting.
Overseas Appointment - School: Peponi House Preparatory, Nairobi, Kenya Year 2 Class teacher and Literacy Coordinator(5 years) and Year 3 Class teacher and Coordinatoer (6 years)
School: Westbourne House Preparatory School -Year 2 Class teacher (9 years)
School: The March CE Primary - Post: SEN Part-time teacher (2 years)
School: The March CE Primary - Post: Year 2 Class teacher (1 year)
Various Schools: - Post: Supply Teacher and Special Needs teacher
Overseas Appointment - School: The Mombasa Academy, Kenya - Post: Year 2 Class teacher plus Junior and Secondary Art and Games teacher. (4 years)
School: Capel-Le-Ferne - Post: Peripatetic Year 4 Teacher to cover for 2 terms.
School: Ash CE Primary - Post: Peripatetic Year 2 Teacher to cover for 1 term.
School: St Pauls CE Primary - Post: Year 2 Class Teacher (Probationary year)
I am an enthusiastic, creative and dedicated teacher and I enjoy building up trust and loyalty with children so that they can be filled with confidence when learning. I enjoy adapting my teaching skills to suit their individual learning styles and I am particularly interested in all aspects of Literacy including spelling, punctuation and grammar along with creative writing and rôle play.I make my maths teaching fun and I am able to help those who are having difficulty with any subject within the National curriculum as well as those who may need challenging.
|Availability||Weekends, Weekdays (all times)|
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|University of Nottingham||1975||QTS||QTS|