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Teacher Officer

Umm Salal Ali, Al Daayen, Qatar
May 11, 2020

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School Direct

Sep ****- July ****


QTS 2018

MA Education (currently studying)

University of Derby

BA Criminal Justice. 2006-2009.

University of Westminster.

*** ****** **reet, London W1B 2HW

Key Skills:

Specialist at creating English lessons

Outstanding communication skills

I.T proficient (SIMs)

Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint

Excellent time management

Areas of competency:

Managing behaviour positively and achieving high standards of discipline.

Building rapport with students and motivation

Planning imaginative lessons and activities


Available upon request.

Career Summary: Experienced, enthusiastic, conscientious and focused teacher who is committed to safeguarding and promoting education and the well-being of my students at all times.

Skilled at planning and delivering lessons in English in line with the school’s curriculum plans. Thoroughly enjoy working in a busy environment and appreciate the challenge of managing a diverse workload. Quickly able establish supportive relationships with students, parents and fellow colleagues. Whilst working for the probation services with many young people I realised I wanted to train as a teacher.

Work Experience:

Primary Teacher. (Year 3) Loydence Academy

August 2019 – Present day

Currently working with an excellent group of teachers to provide a high standard of teaching. Playing a key role to improve the school by introducing strategies that I acquired from my previous experience that is now being used. Great working relationships with all relevant stakeholders and supported the school to pass its accreditation process.

Primary Teacher. (Year 4) Uphall Primary School, Ilford, UK.

September 2018 – June 2019

In this position I adopted and developed appropriate curriculum within my team. My duties included to understand and implement Uphall Primary School’s curriculum policies, schemes of work and topic plans. I successfully worked collaboratively within the department as well as independently. I use National and local strategies to raise my pupils standards. I differentiated my planning for my pupils, for those learners identified on the Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Register in line with school policy. Where possible I use previous assessments effectively when planning future learning and planning assessment alongside learning. I set clear learning objectives and success criteria for all my lessons.

I contributed to the whole school's planning and monitoring activities. I have taken on the additional responsibilities of being part of the PTA (Parent Teacher Association) in organising extra curricular activities in the school to promote pupil engagement.

Primary School Teacher. Colegrave Primary School, Stratford London.

September 2017 – Aug 2018

I was responsible for a Year 5 class at Colegrave Primary School, the school and training provider were rated as ‘Outstanding’ by OFSTED in 2017. I worked effectively with identified students to raise their attainment. I used a wide range of creative teaching and learning styles to meet learners’ needs.

Probation Service Officer at National Probation Service

February 2015 - August 2017

I was employed by the National Probation Service as a Court Duty Officer. My main responsibilities were to assist the Court in sentencing defendants, this was carried out by preparing Pre-Sentence

Reports and providing up to date information on the compliance of any existing Orders defendants were subjected to.

Prison Officer, London UK.

July 2012 – January 2015

Main duties were based on the induction wing, where the new reception of prisoners arrived. My role required me to support these new prisoners into the regime.

Metropolitan Police, London, UK.

May 2011 - March 2012

Main role was to assist the station officer on duty and deal with general enquiries from members of the public in a busy police station. This ranged from filling in forms for lost or found property to directing them to an officer to report an offence.

Outward Worker. London, UK.

January 2011 - June 2011

This role involved supporting three vulnerable adults with learning disabilities. I accompanied service users for support in the community.

IT Age Concern England

January 2011 - May 2011

I ran and taught IT workshops, which aimed to enable and empower elderly people in Redbridge to use technology. The role entailed tutoring small groups of service users, where I taught introduction to computer skills.

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