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Teacher CV Profile Example
« on: May 24, 2014, 09:00:18 AM »

If you are looking to work as a Teacher then you will already have completed your PGCE and have some teaching experience under your belt and be looking for a new role for a change and to develop your teaching experience further.

Being a teacher is a very disciplined vocation which you need to be extremely patient and be prepared to keep your teaching skills up to date through continuous training.

New Head teachers and local governments in the public sector will be concentrating on the experience that you have gained to date and what you are looking to do with your career and how you are looking to develop it.

CV Profile Example for Teacher

I am a disciplined Teacher seeking to develop my career as a Teacher but I am now looking to work with Middle/High School children. To date my experience as a Teacher has been with primary school children and I have thoroughly enjoyed this teaching and have got some real satisfaction from helping young children into the school world and seeing how they develop over the years. I am now keen to develop my experience further and I think a different challenging environment.

I am a very patient person, I can come up with new ideas and ways of working and I feel that I work well with children.  I like to plan my lessons well and I like to ensure that each child gets the most out of my teaching sessions. I always follow the curriculum strictly and have had some good results to date.

I have got good planning skills and excellent time management. I am a very organized person and like to be ahead at all times like preparing my classroom and ensuring that I have no surprises throughout the day. I am able to provide the discipline and guidance that children need from a schooling environment. 


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