As a dyslexic teacher the importance of creating and inspiring a stimulating learning environment that caters for all abilities and supports children’s development is extremely important to me. I thrive on using my own disability to help those with SEN and children with learning difficulties of their own and seeing them make progress. After many years as a volunteer within the Air Training Corps and since becoming a father my desire to move into teaching intensified. I felt there was a shortage of male role models for young children, especially those from disadvantaged backgrounds. In my last school I had a large proportion of SEN children and have gained valuable experience working with children with Dyslexia, Autism, anxiety, Irlan Syndrome, PTSD, limited phonics knowledge and ADHD. Using Quality First Teaching as a framework I ensure all children actively participate in lessons through active engagement, differentiation and learning challenges. My strengths lie within Maths, Science and IT and where possible I build upon my research into experiential learning.
Mark is a recently qualified teacher with a PGCE in primary education. Following a long career in business, Mark transition into teaching in 2018. Mark has completed numerous placements across KS1 and KS2 and is coming to the end of his first full year of teaching Year 4. Mark has taught class sizes of up to 30 children. He enjoys supporting SEN children and considers differentiation one of his key strengths. Mark prefers the use of positive praise in behaviour management and is adept at building rapport with learners through consistency. Mark is comfortable teaching across the curriculum but feels strongest in Maths and Science, subjects he loves to make more interactive and interesting for his students.
Phonics, English and Maths tuition
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