I am a Psychology Graduate from Westminster University. I have qualified in a postgraduate in primary teaching from Brunel University. I currently work as a part time teacher with a year 6 class. I am an enthusiastic, patient and a supportive person who enjoys helping children reach their maximum potential. I encourage children to reach their goals and help them build on their self-esteem and confidence within the required area of development.
I am a fully qualified primary teacher with QTS. I am currently working in year 6 and have been preparing children for SATs for three years now. I have previously worked with year 2 and year 4. I am also the school's Science coordinator, which requires me to be familiar with all ages and stages throughout school to ensure the science curriculum is delivered to its best ability.
I have previously worked with ages 5 - 11 yrs at after school clubs. This was through a charity which supported children with low self esteem and confidence.
I currently tutor a child that lives near to me and aid him in his maths homework and development within specific areas of maths.
I would like to speak to the tutee or parent over the phone and gain a clear understanding of the area he/she needs support and assess their current ability and level of the specific subject area. Together we will create targets to work towards and successfully achieve. From this I will plan lessons that will keep the tutee engaged, confident and enthusiastic, as I feel this is what an effective lesson should involve. I also have an in-depth knowledge of the national curriculum and the primary strategy and use this to inform my planning and help the tutee move forward to the next level.
I believe regular feedback is the key to success and positive attitude towards a task is the best way to conquer anything.
|Languages||English (British), Punjabi|
|Availability||Weekends, Weekdays (all times)|
|References Available||On File|
|Brunel Univeristy||2010||PGCE||QTS Primary education|
|University of Westminster||2007||Bachelors||Cognitive Science|
|Unpublished feedback (Usually negative)||0|