Dayjob Ltd, The Big Peg, Birmingham, B18 6NF - T: 0044 121 638 0026 M: 0870 0610 E:
A well presented, articulate and conscientious professional who is keen to secure employment with a school
that is committed to excellence. Mary has a track record of raising attainment, and can prove excellent results
in previous teaching positions. She is committed to giving students the best possible education, and helping
them to develop a lifelong enthusiasm for learning. Through delivering high quality English lessons she has the
ability to assist any school to achieve set goals and targets. She possesses experience of teaching varied, rich
and broad classes that engage students. Right now she is looking for a suitable teaching position with a school
that has an enthusiastic team and where she will have the opportunity to contribute to their success.
High School - Coventry
April 2009 - Present
Responsible for regularly assessing a pupils work both informally and formally. Also in charge of providing
students with the highest quality teaching and support available by planning effectively and being sensitive to
the needs of pupils of different abilities.
Setting tasks which challenge students and ensure high levels of interest from them.
Using clear and concise language when teaching in a class.
Developing English lesson plans in line with the National Curriculum and Government guidelines.
Being fully conversant with, and applying, the School’s child protection policy and all related issues.
Write up, prepare course material and handouts.
Keeping up to date with developments in the world of teaching.
Providing guidance and advice to pupils on educational, social and career matters.
Monitoring and absences of students and taking appropriate action to address any issues.
Always setting a good example through exemplary personal and professional conduct.
Secondary School - London
October 2008 – April 2009
Recruitment Company - Watford
June 2008 – October 2008
Areas of Expertise
Reading & literacy
Marking course work
Checking for plagiarism
Able to challenge the higher ability pupils and support the progress of lower ability pupils.
Creating a classroom environment that is conducive to teaching and learning.
Accepting and respecting the strengths and limitations of certain students.
Can establish and maintain effective relationships with students, their parents and administrators.
Possessing a perceptive understanding of young people and their ‘needs’ and ‘expectations’.
Knowledge of the latest teaching tools and classroom technology.
Birmingham North University -
2005 - 2008
Sales & Marketing - Diploma
Birmingham South College - 2003 - 2005 - Commerce Diploma
Available on request.