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I have a double first BA in English Language and Literature from Oxford, where I was Charles Oldham Shakespeare scholar and achieved the highest mark across the university. I also hold an MPhil in Philosophy of Religion from Cambridge University.
My teaching methodology is always moulded to each student's personal learning style. Lessons are divided between concentrated bursts of individual work and interactive games and presentations. I create detailed lesson plans, but am always willing to accommodate the student's own desires, in order to engender a sense of pride in personal progress.
I have experience designing lessons for schools in Birmingham and London, including debating workshops designed to improve language skills and stimulate independent thought. I have also tutored a range of ages one-to-one, including students with learning disabilities.
I am familiar with the Oxbridge entrance exam for English and have guided friends and family in making applications.
I achieved 45 points in the International Baccalaureate and am happy to teach any of my Higher Level subjects: English, History and Music. I am familiar with recent changes made to the language and literature curriculum.
I am also able to guide Oxbridge applications and the ELAT entrance test.
My postgraduate research, for which I was awarded a distinction, crossed the disciplinary boundaries of literary criticism, philosophy, and theology. I am able to tutor undergraduates in any of these subjects.
CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY, 2019-20, MPhil in Philosophy of Religion, Distinction (86).
OXFORD UNIVERSITY, 2015-2018, BA (Hons) in English Language and Literature, Double First Class.
KING EDWARD'S SCHOOL, 2013-15, International Baccalaureate (English, Music, History HL; Spanish, Biology, Maths Studies SL), 45 points.
KING EDWARD'S SCHOOL, 2011-13, GCSEs, 10A*s.
Awards and Studentships:
Awarded by the Faculty of Divinity, Cambridge:
MPhil Studentship (2019)
Awarded by the Faculty of English Language and Literature, University of Oxford:
Gibbs prize for Best Overall Performance in Course I (2018)
Gibbs prize for Best Extended Essay, Paper 6 (2018)
Charles Oldham Shakespeare Prize (2018)
The Mrs Claude Beddington English Literature Prize (2016)
Gibbs prize for Distinguished Performance (2016)
Awarded by Magdalen College, Oxford:
Lawlor Prize in English (2016)
Magdalen College Demyship (2016)
High School English Essay Competition Winner (2014)