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University College London (University of London)
University of Surrey
Information about Edward
I am hardworking and committed Physics teacher with a passion for education and for my subject. I am particularly proud of my work with vulnerable and SEN pupils, my history of promoting engagement in Physics, and my ability to explain complex topics simply. I believe that the care I take and the understanding I have for my subject will make me an excellent Physics tutor, and I am eager to help students get the results that they deserve.
Availability: I am available both for weekends and evenings, as well as both online and in-person.
Willing to travel: 5 miles
Experience: 2021-2023: St Mary Magdalene Academy, Islington, Teacher of Physics
Created and taught lessons to KS3, 4, and 5,
Ran science club during lunchtimes aimed at KS3 students to instil a passion for science, themed around desert island survival.
Ran revision club after school to help KS4 students prepare for exams.
Ran targeted interventions for KS5 students at lunchtimes.
Deputy Head of Africa House. This role was pastorally focussed, involves refereeing sporting events, congratulating students who have done well, promoting good citizenship and positive outlooks for pupils.
Created and populated schemes of work for KS4 Physics to
Supervised KS4 students on Duke of Edinburgh trips
2019- 2020: Brentford School for Girls, Brentford, Laboratory Technician
I worked as a laboratory technician in a school environment. The majority of the work consisted of preparing experiments and experimental equipment, as well as administrative work regarding requisitions and lesson preparation, as well as general housekeeping.
I also organised and ran a robotics project for students, organised and ran science club for students, and assisted with demonstrations and technical explanations to different classes.
2017- 2018: Kings College, Guildford, Teaching Assistant
Involved primarily with the science department, but also with many other subjects as required.
Worked with students from year 7 to year 11, including pupils with a wide range
of mental and physical disabilities
Attended specialist training about FAS (foetal alcohol syndrome), and epilepsy. Ran revision sessions, and wrote revision material for year 11
Teamed up with substitute teachers to teach lessons on a variety of topics, to a variety of year groups. Developed good presentation skills.
Ran and participated in a number of extra-curricular clubs, such as homework club and Minecraft club.