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I am currently a Year 5 teacher, having taught/tutored from Year 1 through to Year 6. I have been teaching in schools for eight years and tutoring children across a range of age groups and subjects for over ten years. I have also supported students with their 11+ exam for local grammar/independent schools. I am the Head of English in a large primary school which is graded 'outstanding' by Ofsted. I also have a Master's Degree in Educational Leadership and Management.
I absolutely love what I do as I feel that it makes a real difference to children's lives and futures. I love seeing children grow in confidence and believe in themselves. I like to build a positive relationship with each child so that they enjoy their sessions and feel comfortable. I plan each session to tailor it to every child's needs with the aim that they will reach their full potential and gain confidence.
I have house bunnies who keep me on my toes as well as two wonderful Romanian rescue dogs. I also play ice hockey for the Nottingham Knights in my spare time.
I am the Assistant Head and also the Head of English in a large primary school. I have a wealth of experience across Key Stage 2 and as a current Y6 teacher, I specialise in Key Stage 2 SATs. Knowing what is needed to be a success by the end of Year 6 is invaluable and transferring this knowledge is something I am passionate about.
Working as a teacher is something I love doing. Seeing and helping children to progress academically and as young people is a joy everyday.
I am a keen sports person that enjoys keeping active! I also enjoy spending time with my Yorkshire terrier, Boo (I didn't name him before you ask!).
I am a Primary School Teacher with 8 years teaching experience and I currently teach in Year Five. I have had a total of 7 years teaching experience across Years 3 and 4; therefore, my expertise lies across Key Stage Two. However, I am happy to work with children in Key Stage One, as I have a secure understanding of the Key Stage One curriculum.
I have experience working with children who have English as an additional language, Special Educational Needs and challenging behaviours. My teaching experience includes 4 years teaching in Peterborough where many of the children I taught had English as an additional language and I have been teaching in Nottingham for the past 4 years.
Teaching has always been my passion; I strive to ensure children have a real love for their learning and I am able to differentiate appropriately to suit the needs of the children I teach.
In my spare time, I enjoy exploring new places, going for walks, cooking, listening to music and spending time with friends.
I have 5 years of primary school teaching experience, both in the UK and Spain. I believe that a personalised approach to learning is key to inspire your child to succeed. I have experience in tutoring children from Key Stage 1 to GCSE level in English, Maths & Science.
I have a love of maths and enjoy helping young people to achieve their potential. I always make sure that my lessons are related to the interests of the children I teach, to ensure that they are motivated to learn. I have been a class teacher in both Year 2 and 6 and thus have a detailed understanding of SATS and 11+ requirements.
I am a fitness fanatic; I enjoy running and playing tennis with my son. I love spending time with my young daughter too frequently visiting the park and library throughout the week.
I am French and I have been in Nottingham for over 15 years. I teach French at all levels from children to adults. I have lots of experience teaching French from scratch, but also to learners who struggled to learn French in school or with other tutors.
I love my language and I love teaching so I spend a lot of time developing homemade games and lessons. With my methods, the learners start speaking French quickly and the lessons seem effortless and fun.
I am a keen comedy improviser and every week I co-run an improvising jam. We make up stories on the spot, on stage in front of everybody and I use these skills to teach French. I like to make my students feel free to speak and to explore the language.
I have been teaching Year 3 and 4 in schools since 2013 and have over 8 years experience tutoring across the primary age range.
I am the maths coordinator in my school and particularly enjoy teaching and tutoring this subject. It is immensely fulfilling to see children's confidence grow once they grasp a strategy or concept and I love helping children overcome their difficulties with this subject.
I also love teaching writing, where I thoroughly enjoying helping children to develop their vocabulary, writing technique and writing style. Additionally, I am very confident in using the Rainbow Grammar approach used in many Nottingham Schools.
Outside of work, I am learning to play the piano and I love spending time with my two cockerpoos, Rocky and Bella.
I am currently a Year 3 teacher and I have taught from Years 3 to 5. I have been teaching in schools for 6 years and I have worked as an intervention teacher for children in Years 3 to 6.
I love teaching and enjoy seeing that ‘light bulb moment’ and joy when a child really gets a new concept or skill. I particularly enjoy teaching Maths and strive to ensure all children I work with love and enjoy Maths just as much as I do.
I have a cat called Coco. Also, I am a huge Harry Potter fan and my house is Ravenclaw.
I graduated from The University of Sheffield with a degree in Accountancy & Management in 2012. It only took a year in industry to realise this profession wasn’t for me, so after working as an Au Pair in Paris and travelling Australasia for another year, I took on a PGCE in 2015 (7-11 specialism).
I worked at a school in KS2, before branching out to experience lots of different schools and year groups on supply. This flexibility means I can make tutoring a priority. My background in finance has come in handy for quick Maths, plus coaching tactical thinking processes in chess clubs. Experience of tutoring Primary Maths and English, KS3 Maths and Science and 11+ preparation.
Asides from teaching I love pilates, swimming and re-reading Harry Potter, but I am happiest walking my friend's dog, Boris, a pointer who has the biggest personality.
I am currently a Year 5 teacher. I have been teaching for nearly 4 years and I have had experience working with Year 4 and Year 6 children.
I am currently a phase leader, a reading specialist and coordinating science within the school I teach. I enjoy working with all children in order to achieve the best outcomes. I want to unlock the potential of all learners.
I spend my spare time with family and friends, and I also enjoy reading.
You always remember an outstanding teacher, maybe they were passionate about their subject, maybe they supported you through a difficult time or maybe they just believed in you and your abilities. I know that when I was growing up I had a favourite, someone I respected and wanted to make proud, which is why I aspire to be that role model for someone else.
I am currently supply teaching across Nottingham and I ABSOLUTELY love it - no two days are the same and we always remember to have fun along the way!
Being a supply teacher means my availability is very flexible with a range of availability throughout the week and holidays too.
My dog, Yogi Bear (pictured above), is the apple of my eye and I enjoy taking him on long woodland walks. He loves swimming and rolling in mud which is always good fun! My family are avid campers and we love exploring the beautiful British countryside.
I am an experienced teacher and have been teaching across Key Stages 1-4 for 27 years. I have worked as a secondary drama teacher and as a primary class teacher and dance and drama co-ordinator in London Schools. I have a proven track record of helping students reach their academic potential with gentle support and encouragement to build confidence and challenge their expectations of what they are able to achieve.
For the last five years I have been working as a home tutor for the Hospital Learning Centre in Nottingham. I plan my lessons ensuring that they constitute a progression of skills, knowledge and ability, as well as promoting an awareness in the student of their own creative potential by using games to support learning (especially at the primary level).
Hobbies of mine include walking (especially in the Peak District), painting landscape art, jewellery making, singing and studying world history via myths and legends.
I recently gained my PGCE from the University of Nottingham and am currently supply teaching across various schools. Teaching in different schools and age ranges provides me with an in-depth knowledge of the National Curriculum requirements of all subjects at all primary age levels, whilst I am able to adapt on a daily basis.
I cater for different learning styles through a mixed learning approach as I use various methods to help all learners – this includes the use of visual resources and learning through a hands-on approach. My lessons include varied activities, promoting creativity, and I ensure that high expectations are set and pupils’ learning is stretched accordingly to achieve these expectations.
In my spare time, I regularly run long distances, participating in 10 km and half marathon races. I am also a keen reader and enjoy cooking and baking for family and friends.
I have been teaching for almost 7 years now. I started doing bits of tuition when I was at university. Immediately after graduting at Nottingham Trent with a BA HONS in French and Spanish, I taught English at l'Université de Franche Comté in France. I then came back to the UK and worked in exports and then decided to become a Secondary School teacher. For the past 3 years, I have been teaching French and Spanish across schools in Derby.
In my teaching career so far, I have taught primary school students, secondary students, university students and adults. I enjoy teaching because I love to help others and pass on my love for language learning. I understand that language learning can be difficult as I have been through it myself! I am extremely approachable and as a result, form great relationships with students.
Outside of work, I like to read, write, explore new places, play football and sing.
I am currently a Year 3 teacher with a specialism in Physical Education. I graduated from Brighton University in 2019, and will be starting my second year of teaching in Year 3 in a primary school in Bilborough. I have experience teaching in Year 1, Year 3 and Year 5.
I am particularly passionate about Maths and I aim to teach it in a creative yet simplistic way that makes it accessible for all. I also enjoy teaching children to read and helping them to develop a love of reading. This further helps children to improve their comprehension and fluency skills.
Hobbies of mine include dancing, swimming, cycling and going out with my friends and family! I am also the proud owner of two cats, Olly and Finn!
I studied at the University of Chester and completed my degree in 2017. I moved back to Nottingham as it is my home town.
I do have experience in teaching children from Foundation Stage to Year 6 however, I have spent the last few years teaching years 3, 4 and 5. I am a true believer in hands on and active learning. I find it is one of the best ways for a child to learn.
I also enjoy the challenges of tutoring and supporting children who are working towards the 11+.
My favourite part of tutoring a child is seeing them have that ‘light bulb moment’. Giving a child confidence and then encouraging them to achieve and succeed is really rewarding.
In my spare time I can often be found wearing my wellies as I enjoy the outdoors. My favourite food is chocolate!
I am a passionate and friendly German and French tutor and tailor my lessons to my students' needs. I started teaching languages in 2010 and over the last 10+ years, I have taught students from the ages of 8-70 online, in secondary schools, in colleges and privately.
I have helped thousands of students to improve their confidence, develop a love of languages and improve their grades. My specialisms in German are: KS2, KS3, GCSE, A-Level and Pre-University level. I also specialise in German for adult conversation My specialisms in French are: KS2, KS3 and GCSE. I also specialise in teaching adult French conversation for beginners.
Outside of teaching, I spend my time travelling, watching films, boxing and playing the piano.
I’ve always wanted to be a teacher for as long as I can remember and being a teacher for the last 3 years has been nothing less than amazing! I am currently a Year 5/6 teacher and have taught mainly in KS2 however I have previously tutored from Years 2-6 and so I am secure with the curriculum for those ages.
Teaching has not only given me the ability to impart knowledge, but also the opportunity to learn new things every single day! I love the fact that no two children are the same; it encourages the importance of ensuring learning and teaching are tailored to suit all children. I love to help children grow their mindset, confidence and resilience to facilitate them to overcome challenges both inside and outside of the classroom.
Outside of teaching, I love going for runs with my dog, (although he can’t manage long runs with his little legs so they normally turn into long walks) reading and trying out new recipes to cook for friends and family.
I have been teaching Year 3 for the past year. Before that, I worked as an LSA in an Autistic provision for three years. I am extremely passionate about teaching and learning! I used to teach English to Brazilian and Portuguese individuals.
I love working in schools and with children! I could not imagine a more rewarding career - I love seeing how pupils develop academically and as a person. To know I have had an input in their development is extremely rewarding.
Outside of work, I am learning sign language and have two pets - a bearded dragon named Buckbeak and a collie shepherd named Stark.
I have been working in Primary Schools for the past 15 years... starting as a volunteer, then an LSA, a Higher Level Teaching Assistant and finally a teacher. I have taught from Years 1 – 6 inclusive and have a sound knowledge of the SATS process. My approach is very child centred and personalised. I look at celebrating the positives first and then gradually working through the harder bits, all at the child's pace, with a view to plugging any gaps so the child can celebrate success in their learning. I teach in many different ways according to preferred learning style and believe it is important to give the child a meaningful context to their learning by relating objectives to everyday life.
I have seen rapid progress with students that I tutor on a 1-1 basis, achieved through determination, commitment, hard work, imagination and humour!
Aside from teaching I do voluntary work, sing in a community choir, act as a ‘host’ for dogs, enjoy walking and generally being outdoors.
My name is Will and I have just moved into the area of Nottingham and more specifically West Bridgford. I have just completed my NQT year in Leicestershire before I moved this summer. I studied Primary Education with Maths Specialism at Canterbury Christ Church University. Therefore, I have spent my entire time at university into researching the education of children and the best approaches to tackle the different needs of children.
I am passionate about Maths and find it the most enjoyable subject to teach. I will always try and put the lessons into context to make it relatable to the child’s interest. I love seeing the moment a child makes a breakthrough and understands something that they had failed to before.
I love sports and play football and badminton in my spare time. In my picture is my dog Basil who certainly takes a lot more attention than he deserves!
I am a qualified primary school teacher with 6 years of experience; mainly teaching in the Early Years and KS1. I have worked with all ages within a primary school as a music teacher and have experience in SEN schools and KS2 as a cover teacher. During my time as a primary school teacher I ran a KS1 singalong club, a KS2 keyboard club and a whole school Gospel Music day.
I have a strong interest in Music Therapy. From September 2020 I will be starting a part time Master's degree in Music Therapy alongside tutoring and supply teaching.
My hobbies include playing the keyboard and piano; going to the gym and spending time with family and friends. I have experience of playing the keyboard/piano at concerts, weddings, christenings; to accompany gospel choirs and singers. I also accompany singers regularly at my local church.
Being a teacher is something I always wanted to do growing up. This is because at school you always remember the ones who inspired you and of course the role models.
I am currently supply teaching across Nottingham and, to tell you the truth, I find it amazing! I get a chance to build experiences and have a go at many different things! I feel that this year on supply has taught me so much in preparation for my NQT year.
On a personal front, I am sport mad! I love playing football, cricket and really any sport that’s available and I am a huge Nottingham Forest fan (think of that what you will). I also enjoy trips to my favourite seaside town, Whitby.
I know from personal experiences that labels mean nothing! This is because I am dyslexic, which to many may be a barrier, but I feel if I can overcome it and get my dream job, anybody can!
I have been a primary school teacher for 9 years and have experience working in a number of different settings. I am passionate about tailoring education towards the learning needs of the child and particularly enjoy working with children in small groups and 1-2-1, where learning can be more child-led. I hold a BA in special and inclusive education and a PGCE in primary education. I have taken a year out of teaching to complete an MSc in Psychology and am hoping to gain a place on the doctorate training to become an educational psychologist. I have been tutoring throughout my training.
I specialise in teaching maths and was maths curriculum lead at my previous school. I led the implementation of the mastery curriculum, where the focus was on finding innovative ways to teach the skills required to understand maths at a deeper level.
In my spare time, I enjoy being outdoors and active and love to find new countryside to explore. I also love curling up with a good book.
I have recently qualified as a primary school teacher from Nottingham Trent University and I am currently a Year 3 teacher. At University I studied and specialised in primary school teaching and trained for 4 years. I have had a wide range of experiences throughout my training, working from Reception all the way up to Year 6.
I have learned to cater for a variety of different learning needs; I use various approaches to support all learners - such as incorporating visual and concrete resources and representations.
I have a strong passion towards English and Reading and hope to educate all learners in an enjoyable way, through putting lessons and new concepts into a child-related context which links to their interests.
In my spare time I love to go on long walks with my dog, reading lots of new books, being in the outdoors as I love going on adventures and baking new and exciting recipes.
I have completed a degree in Psychology and a Postgraduate Diploma in Education and I have been teaching in Lincolnshire for the last couple of years. I am now teaching in a supply role working in Primary Schools across Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire.
I believe that education is empowering, and I aim for my students to develop a love of learning. I take pride in knowing each individual child’s abilities and use this to inform the next steps in learning and ensure progress.
I have recently become a Dad, so a lot of my spare time is spent with my baby daughter. I enjoy being outdoors and love hiking in the peak district with the family and our dogs (a Labrador and a Dalmatian). I also enjoy watching sports, listening to rock music and reading books.
I have been teaching for 27 years. I am currently a supply teacher – teaching mainly in primary schools.
My permanent, full time teaching roles have included many years in primary schools, mainly Year 3 to Year 6, and nine years in secondary school, where I taught as a learning support teacher and as an English teacher.
I have held various management roles such as History and Geography Co-ordinator; I.T. Co-ordinator and EMAG Co-ordinator. I have a wide experience of working with children of all ages and abilities; including children with special educational needs and children who have English as an additional language.
I love teaching and sharing the learning experience of the children I am working with. I appreciate that learning is an experience that is unique to each individual and to each session. I am adaptable and flexible and use a wide range of techniques and approaches to stimulate and encourage good progress.
I am quite adventurous and love cycling; taking long country walks; going on random drives; and organising and taking part in trips and residentials with my church youth group.
I moved from my hometown of Shrewsbury in Shropshire in 2003 to complete my BA(Hons) in Primary Education at Nottingham Trent University and I have been living here ever since!
I have been teaching for 12 years and my experience lies within the EYFS and KS1 (4-7 years). I enjoy these first years of school and early stages of education as I feel that providing children with solid foundations and confidence in their early learning and knowledge is so important for their future learning. I have specialist training in early reading, early maths and English.
Supporting children through tuition is a really rewarding experience and I love to see each child grow in confidence as they progress with their learning, make links and realise that they can do it!
In my spare time I like to meet up with friends and family and I also enjoy walking. I have also recently become an avid runner!
I have 18 years’ experience in teaching across the Primary curriculum. I feel that the best way to allow children to flourish in their learning is to give them work that enables them to show what they can do, as this will allow the children to take risks and that it is helpful to make mistakes as they help us to understand.
I have a very enthusiastic approach to teaching which helps keep children engaged, challenged and motivated to do well. When I teach, I use the motto, "It is OK to not know, but it is not ok to not try". The children are made aware that they are to challenge themselves and if they improve a little each lesson then they are a success.
My name is Sarah and I have been teaching for 19 years. Over that time, I have taught Foundation to Year 4 in two schools. For the last three years, I have been teaching in a Year 4 class.
I am currently a supply teacher working in both the City and County Council. I have permanent supply role within a Year 3 class one morning a week.
Ensuring children succeed in their education at whatever level that is, is a priority of mine. I love to make learning fun and meaningful. Children need to have a can do attitude towards learning and therefore this is reflected within my teaching. Making mistakes is good, it means that we learn from them and make it better the next time.
I live with my husband, seven year old son and dog. I enjoy running, going for walks, baking, doing crafts and playing games.
I have been teaching since 2007 and have always worked in UKS2, mainly Year 5, but have done booster and support sessions in both Year 6 and Year 4. I initially trained in Nottingham and qualified with a BA (Hons) in Primary Education. I took a Master's in Inclusive Education which helped me when I took on the post of SENCO, which I held for eight years. This gave me a good insight into a wide range of learning difficulties experienced by children.
It’s great to work with children in a 1-1 situation because you can actually tailor your teaching precisely to the wants and needs of the pupil.
I have five grandchildren ranging from Year 8 (who I help with Maths) to Year 4 so they keep me busy. In my spare time, I enjoy long country walks with my dog, Alfie.
I am a Nottingham based primary teacher who currently works as a schools inspector in the East Midlands. I am a qualified headteacher who has achieved TES English Team of the year and World Class Schools Status in 2018. I qualified as a teacher in 1998 at Manchester Metropolitan University where I achieved a 2:1 in BA (Hons) Primary Education with QTS.
I have been a teacher for over 20 years and have extensive experience of working in Early Years right through to the end of KS2 during this time. This has enabled me to become an exemplary classroom teacher and leader which has been acknowledged by Ofsted and Challenge Partners.
I am a very creative and forward thinking practitioner who personalises learning for each and every child. I believe in allowing children to enhance their learning through experiences, understanding the gaps in children's knowledge and tailoring learning to the child to allow them to embed long term knowledge and enable them to achieve their life goals.
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