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I followed my dreams when I came to this country 9 years ago.
'I believe teaching is a lifelong learning and that makes it so inspirational. I would like to inspire children, to show them the beauty of learning and the power of knowledge.' Mr B
The Faculty of Pedagogy of the Eotvos Jozsef College in Hungary
BSc(Hon) Environmental Science
Expected graduation 2015
Victoria Primary School
Practicing Primary School of the Eotvos Jozsef College
I've started to gain experience during
my college years (1999 – 2003).
I participated in planning and teaching throughout my studies with mixed age groups (6-12).
Becsei Tottos Primary School
During my trainee ship (Feb. 2003 – Jun. 2003) I was employed as a teacher with boarding duties in our local primary school. It included duties such as supervising school lunch time, free time activities and afternoon studies. After finishing college I worked as a full time teacher in the same school, teaching children (between ages 6-10) about Hungarian language/grammar and literature, mathematics, art and design, music, physical education and natural sciences/environmental studies.
From 02/2012 to 02/2013, I worked as a volunteer (TA) at Victoria Primary School in Wellingborough.
Reception and Year 1
Year 3 and 4
Year 5 and 6
prepare lessons, making them as interesting as possible
(e.g. How animals have adapted to cold environment?); I used this program to assemble a presentation furthermore I created a worksheet to summarise the lesson (Year 3-4)
research information to ensure the knowledge they impart is current
identify the needs of individual students in their classes, and work to help each child develop his or her own potential
confer with students over their work
assist children to learn
identify emotional, intellectual, physical, etc issues which may be hindering the student from learning to his/her best potential, and research and recommend courses of action
conduct parent-teacher interviews (translation)
present a professional but caring persona at all times
Treat students with respect, and teach them to treat others with respect
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It is the 90% below the surface that determines who you are.
Detailed covering letter
I am a young professional born in Hungary. I followed my dreams when I came to this country 9 years ago. My love and passion for teaching gave me the strength to learn the language and the courage to apply for this vacancy.
I believe teaching is a lifelong learning and that makes it so inspirational. I would like to inspire children, to show them the beauty of learning and the power of knowledge.
As part of a friendly, supportive team I would have the opportunity to develop both personally and professionally in a multi-cultural environment. Our success as a team could contribute to the vision and ethos of your school, to provide a lively, stimulating and sensitive environment for children, with an emphasis on the quality of relationships and of standards.
I fulfilled my study obligations at the Faculty of Pedagogy of the Eotvos Jozsef College in Hungary and I became a qualified primary school teacher (natural sciences) in 2003. I attained qualified teacher status (QTS, ref: 1431518) from the General Teaching Council for England on 10 October 2011.
I've started to gain experience in the Practicing Primary School of the Eotvos Jozsef College (Hungary) during my college years (1999 – 2003). I participated in planning and teaching throughout my studies with mixed age groups (6-12). During my traineeship (Feb. 2003 – Jun. 2003) I was employed as a teacher with boarding duties in our local primary school. It included duties such as supervising school lunch time, free time activities and afternoon studies. After finishing college I worked as a full time teacher in the same local primary school, teaching children (between ages 6-10) about Hungarian language/grammar and literature, mathematics, art and design, music, physical education and natural sciences/environmental studies.
Between 02/2012-02/2013, I worked as a TA (volunteer) at Victoria Primary School in Wellingborough followed by supply teaching until 06/2013.
'Norbert is a very hard-working and conscientious member of the Year 3 team who has developed a warm and positive relationship with his mixed-ability class. He is very calm and level-headed. He has worked hard to create a positive and stimulating learning environment for both his class and his lower ability maths group. It is to his credit that Norbert has always tried to maintain high standards of behaviour for all pupils, and he has worked hard to further develop his classroom management skills, with a degree of success.
Norbert has demonstrated that he is capable of planning effectively, taking into account the needs of all groups of learners, although this has not always been achieved on a consistent basis. Using assessment to inform his planning has been an area of improvement, and Norbert is well aware of the need to develop this area further because of its importance in helping to ensure that all pupils are making good progress. Norbert has established a good relationship with the Year 3 teaching assistants who have regularly been deployed effectively in his lessons; for example, recording the names of pupils who have misunderstood a concept during maths lessons.'
I also see my weaknesses, areas that needs to be improved.
• further develop differentiation in order to ensure that all groups of pupils are suitably
challenged and enabled to make good progress
• make accurate and increasingly productive use of assessment - work is ‘pitched’ more
accurately and pupils are given the opportunities to ‘plug’ any gaps in their learning
• understand the different learning styles of pupils and adapt teaching accordingly
• ensure teaching maintains a crisp pace, and that minimal learning time is wasted
My work at Millbrook Junior School can be summarised in 8 points:
1. Set high expectations which inspire, motivate and challenge pupils
2. Promote good progress and outcomes by pupils
3. Demonstrate good subject and curriculum knowledge
4. Plan and teach well-structured lessons
5. Adapt teaching to respond to the strengths and needs of all pupils
6. Make accurate and productive use of assessment
7. Manage behaviour effectively to ensure a good and safe learning environment
8. Fulfil wider professional responsibilities
I am a very enthusiastic young teacher, eager to learn, to improve and to cooperate with experienced colleagues and parents in order to provide the best for the next generations.
I am not a great teacher yet but I believe I have got what it takes to become one. All I need is a chance to prove it!
Thank you for your time!
02/2013 - 05/2013
NQT Year at Millbrook Junior School
09/2013 - 12/2013
I had started my NQT year in September 2013 at Millbrook Junior School but by the end of the year I realised that primary is not the right 'level' for me. I left the school in order to concentrate on my studies and to build a career in secondary or higher education.