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Registered: 16/7/2020
Last Online: 23/7/2020
Will Travel: 10+ miles
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Can tutor in
English
Experience
less than 1 year
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Sarah P.

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Maths, English and phonics teacher in Newcastle upon Tyne, UK.
Subjects
Subject Age/level and price

Basic Maths lessons and courses

Preschool Age - £15 - 30min
Primary Age - £15 - 30min

English lessons and courses

Preschool Age - £15 - 30min
Primary Age - £15 - 30min

Phonics lessons and courses

Preschool Age - £15 - 30min
Primary Age - £15 - 30min
Schedule
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AM
9:00-9:30
10:00-10:30
11:00-11:30
9:00-9:30
10:00-10:30
11:00-11:30
9:00-9:30
10:00-10:30
11:00-11:30
9:00-9:30
10:00-10:30
11:00-11:30
9:00-9:30
10:00-10:30
11:00-11:30
PM
1:00-1:30
2:00-2:30
1:00-1:30
2:00-2:30
1:00-1:30
2:00-2:30
1:00-1:30
2:00-2:30
1:00-1:30
2:00-2:30
Special Services - Sarah P.
Education
Institution Town Speciality Degree Class
Northumbria University Newcastle upon Tyne Early Years Bachelor 2:2
Additional information and experience - Sarah P.

As a teaching assistant I have worked with children across all primary key stages. As an early year’s nursery nurse, I developed an invaluable understanding of the initial stages of development upon which a child’s abilities are developed; whilst as a teaching assistant I gained a solid understanding of the demands of the National Curriculum and different strategies used in the classroom environment. The impact of my previous and current roles is that I have first-hand experience of the learning and development continuum that each child goes through, from birth through to leaving primary school at year 6.

As a teaching assistant I have worked across all key stages delivering interventions to pupils with SEN/EAL or those who required additional support on either a one to one or group basis. The impact of the interventions I delivered was that all pupils reached their early learning goals or targets. As part of my role I covered lessons and delivered full class teaching, enabling the class teacher to work with target groups. As a result of this, I worked closely with the class teacher to observe progress, deliver joint strategies and plan next steps for students. I worked collaboratively with the teacher to plan and assess stages of learning, as well as continually striving to create a learning environment which is stimulating. I recognise that a stimulating learning environment provides support mechanisms for the children to develop independence in their learning, resulting in students developing themselves further in their learning by feeling safe and valued. A main focus within my role had been planning and teaching with a lower ability SEN group. Due to the diverse needs of the group, I effectively differentiated tasks in order to deliver lessons at each child’s own level, pace and ability to ensure progression was made. My excellent creativity had been acknowledged by senior management and I have utilised this throughout the school maintaining teaching and learning environments around the school to an exceptional standard.

From beginning my teacher training course in September, I believe that behaviour management is an important factor within the classroom. Throughout my experience I consider praise and reward systems to be very effective. By emphasising good behaviour rather than negative behaviour I create a more positive and relaxed atmosphere for learning, as well as strengthening the pupil-teacher relationship and respect required in the classroom. I have demonstrated this by adapting the new behaviour system the school has adopted to match a theme which best suits the needs and interests of the children within my class resulting in a significant improvement being achieved. Furthermore, I have demonstrated my ability to reach children with additional emotional needs when a new pupil joined the class; I identified his social and emotional needs quickly and efficiently before putting effective support in place for the child using the skills I had developed following learning mentor training. The benefit of the support I provided has helped the child to settle into their new surroundings with greater ease and understand that support is there when needed.


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