University of East London (UEL)
PGCE with Early Years
Newham University Centre
Education Studies and Sociology
First Class (2015)
Information about Qurat
I am a Reception teacher and a PE lead who has been teaching and tutoring for six years. I have a PGCE qualification (Primary and specialised in Early Years), along with a third of Masters and a First class degree in Education Studies and Sociology.
Early Years education plays a fundamental part in shaping every childs future. I have always been recognised by teachers and children for having an enthusiasm for teaching and encouraging children to achieve targets they didn`t think were possible. I have had children with no phonics knowledge when starting Reception but have later excelled towards the end of the year. I aim to create a memorable learning experience for them and I see in myself the right role model who encourages them to build their confidence, improve and develop their capabilities and unlock their potential.
Availability: I am available to online tutor from now.
Please note: An additional charge may be incurred to cover travel costs
Willing to travel: 10 miles
Experience: Avanti Court Primary School (Reception Teacher & PE lead)
2016 - Current
Taught as a teacher for four years and have now progressed as a PE lead in the entire school
My teaching role has involved, planning, assessment, moderating childrens work from other classes, enhancing the indoor and outdoor provision to cater for childrens needs
Planned lessons and the indoor and outdoor provision for children to develop within the seven areas of learning and development in the EYFS curriculum to improve their fine/gross motor skills
Assess children through AFL and differentiated activities according to their needs for progression and provide next steps for challenge
As a PE Lead my goal is to encourage the entire school to have a healthy lifestyle. EYFS to Year 6 talk about healthy eating and the importance of daily exercise through my implementation of 5 a day daily exercise. Also make it more competitive by having a chart for each class, the class who has done the most gets a trophy
Enhanced KS1 and KS2 playground equipment to improve their physical development
Coached class teachers to have a good understanding of the expectations when teaching PE to their class
Year 3 + 4 complete the daily mile once a week to improve their physical, social, emotional and mental health with their peers. Both 5 a day and the daily mile have encouraged children to think about their health and healthy eating.
Year 4s were provided with pedometers to record their steps for a week encouraging them to walk more. To make it more competitive, the child with the most steps received a medal as an award
Thames View Infant School (Trainee Teacher)
January - March 2016
Planned and delivered structured Mathematic and Reading Spelling workshop lessons over a period of time as a trainee teacher
Assessed children through marking and giving them next steps that would challenge them further
Shaftesbury Primary School (Trainee Teacher) October December 2015
Planned and delivering structured Phonics, English, Mathematics and Art lessons ;;;over a period of time.
Able to access children through AFL and their work with next steps
Worked with a focus group in both Mathematics and English, with planned lessons, assessing ;;;their work according to Early Year Learning Goals, and provided the teacher with constructive feedback about their ;;;attainment
Developed strategies to manage behaviour effectively, which has consequently promoted a ;;;positive student and teacher relationship ;;;
Feedback For Qurat (1)
A patient and accommodating tutor who will work with your child to gradually build up their confidence without excessive demands