Tutoring is provided in:
- EYFP and Reception
- Phonics for Year 1 and 2
Including phonics screening in Year 1 and 2
- English KS1 and Mathematics KS1
Including KS1 SATS at end of year 2
- English KS2 and Mathematics KS2
Including KS2 SATS at end of year 6
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I am no exception!
Just like all teachers I am used to preparing teaching materials to personalise my teaching.
Over the years I have developed a well-stocked library of materials and every kind of teaching resource you can imagine. I still continue to make my own materials - and I soon realized that this was one of the aspects of the teaching job that I loved most.
In December 2018, www.tes.com invited me to become an author and sell the Teaching Materials that I had. I must have uploaded 12 worksheets for Year 1 and Year 2 and to my surprise people downloaded 4 worksheets and paid me for them. My joy knew no bounds.
Times have changed, teachers do not have the time to prepare and personalise teaching materials. So these days there are more opportunities than ever for expertly customised teaching materials. So now I have started revisiting my old stock of worksheets and make them more attractive, user friendly and customised.
I am attaching 3 worksheets as sample of my work:
you find them useful and are motivated to download more at www.tes.com
This section is made up of content from my academic work:
I got good results in all my education process and a copy of all the thesis and essays are in the respective university libraries – So they are free to download, read and use for academic purposes
My university professors used to say - When you sit still, things have a way of finding you... - and they did and I produced such exceptional work.
A big THANK YOU to all my university professors!
I am Homertonian of class of 2006 and I enjoyed my 2.5 years studying at the college, going to university library and attending seminars at different colleges.
Cambridge education teaches you to be resilient, rigorous, perfectionist and strong.
Even with my late onset disability, I never give up, I am always finding new solutions to every problem I encounter. In order to put to use my skills and abilities, I have started making ‘teaching worksheets’ that busy teachers can download from www.tes.com for a fee and use.
I am not charging a lot for my handouts – I consider it a service to mankind – to give you an example my handout priced at £1.00 has been downloaded at 25 times in various parts of the world since www.tes.com has an international platform.
My first Essay at Cambridge was - Is Critical Pedagogy for me? - A critical evaluation of some central themes in Critical Pedagogy - I got B+, so it is in Homerton College library and it is a good read if you are interested in critical pedagogy…