'I am limitless.' I am a creative and passionate drama graduate who loves travelling, networking and dreams to make a lasting impact in a community. I love acting but also love writing, directing, producing. Another passion of mine is teaching, I have had experience in both primary and secondary. I am also a musician, I play the viola, piano, guitar and sing. I am open to learning new skills and seek opportunities that challenge and inspire me.. I am committed and I love the freedom that creativity gives me.I believe that we should live in each moment because life is an ongoing never-ending process of re-creation. So let's begin...
My role consists of providing administrative support to the active employer. - Deal with card and cash fee transactions for termly fees and add all necessary details and updates on the system. -Manage stock intake and uniform orders. - Venue booking for productions.
Freelance photographer for upcoming blog artist Any_Excuse, shoot styles and products on site for online website.
As Senior Associate Editor I post and edit articles for the charity. Coordinate with the founder and the contributing editor and posts are published on a weekly basis.
My role is to assist subject teachers and help the students access the curriculum through one to one support. I also provide pastoral care to students and write up student reports at the end of term which is discussed on Parent's Evening.
My role was to liaise with the , eachers activity leaders as well as the Course Coordinator, on camp, regarding the drama component of the course with particular reference to the final presentation. I wrote, directed, produced and stage managed seventy three children at the English Camp. Duration of the position was for two weeks.
I conducted one-to-one interventions and group sessions for children with learning difficulties (EAL, Autistic, ESL). My primary role consisted of co-planning lessons with the teacher and preparing resources.
Conducted drama and sports activities for the duration of two weeks. I also supervised my own registration class and undertook various language activities during the registration period.
- Working on tills, dealing with refunds and exchanges. - Dealing with customer's enquiries, face to face and via phone. - Pocketing new releases for DVD Department.
Opened and closed the store, administered returns and store credit. I also set sales goals, and dividing tasks amongst sales associates.
- Greeted clients and notifying staff. - Handled telephone and face to face requests and logged appointments on the system. - Handed out and collected security passes. - Managed sing in/sign out sheets. - Assisted with room booking system. - Assisted with help desk duties. - Diary Management - Organised travel arrangements. - Ordered stationary. - Provided refreshments for customers. - General housekeeping.
- Providing in-store and home delivery service. - Replenishment of stock on the shop floor. - Working on till and performing refund and exchanges. - Communicating promotions to customers.
The programme aims to develop an understanding of performance skills alongside a critical and imaginative engagement with the social, historical and cultural contexts of theatre.
Certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign Language ( TEFL). Teaching English as a Second or Other Language (TESOL) www.tefl.com