I currently teach Year 4 at a local primary school. I enjoy working with children in small groups as it allows me the opportunity to help them develop their skills through the 11+ system. I also enjoy being able to help them prepare for the next stage of their education. As my children have either gone through or are about to go through the 11+, I have a unique perspective to what it is like not just as a tutor but also as a parent of a child taking the 11+.
On my journey to becoming a Primary School Teacher, I obtained a First Class BA (Ed) Honours Degree, and, since becoming a teacher, have continued to embrace further professional development opportunities. I am a teacher with high expectations enabling children to reach their full potential whilst providing a safe, happy and secure learning environment in which every child feels valued and inspired. I love to see the children arriving with smiles on their faces, full of enthusiasm to continue on their learning journeys. I consider myself to be highly privileged to be in a position where I can contribute to developing the children’s love of learning and equipping them with the skills to become independent, confident lifelong learners.
In addition, I am a wellbeing representative and am passionate about supporting students in this area. I also work as a freelance writer and proof reader for English Language Publications, which is something I really enjoy too!
I am committed to personal best endeavour ethos and believe that everybody can be successful within an exciting and stimulating learning environment. I am very excited to be part of the Teachitright Team, to support the children in their endeavours and to achieve their full potential in a vibrant learning community.
Through tutoring at Teachitright, I look forward to contributing to the positive outcomes we all desire for your children, helping them to grow as individuals, to reach their potentials, to demonstrate what they capable of achieving in formal assessments and to move forward smoothly in their educational journeys.
ACE (Accuracy, Corrections and Evaluate) Marker
Teachitright uses markers in the lessons to help give instant feedback on work completed for homework and also help identify areas which require development. The markers are also responsible for recording results on our tracking system. Our markers are bright, capable students who are superb role models for our pupils.