Anum Rafique

I consider myself to be an enthusiastic, self motivating and hardworking individual who always aims to achieve high results in whatever I do. Not only can I work well independently, I am also able to work superbly within a team as my constant communication with fellow teaching staff demonstrates. I am an energetic character who is keen to work in a busy environment. I can act with speed and deal with situations appropriately, using my initiative to solve problems with great efficiency whilst maintaining composure. I believe that meeting deadlines on time is a good way of being efficient and well disciplined. I am always willing to challenge myself and others. Most of all, I am trustworthy and reliable and an asset as any goal I set, I set to achieve it with greatness. I have had experience tutoring children from the ages of 6-16 in subjects English, Maths and Science. I am also able to tutor AS/A2 level English Language.



BA (HONS) English Language and Literature 2:1


Biology B

English B

Chemistry ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, C

2004-2009 Eastlea Community School

English Language A

English Literature A

Maths B

Science Additional AB

French A

Humanities A

Media Studies B

Urdu A*

Work Experience:


Teacher Training at ELA SCITT

  • Training regarding safeguarding and equal opportunities for pupils
  • Responsible for pupils; teaching them Mathematics, English, Science, History, Religious Education, Art as well as Geography.
  • Marking and setting targets for pupils utilising Target Tracker
  • Regular communication with parents/carers regarding pupils progress and targets
  • Differentiating resources for pupils of all ability
  • Planning for pupils in order to assess progress and challenge pupils further
  • Setting children homework to consolidate learning at school
  • Marking formal assessment tasks and providing pupils with support to diminish the difference


Teaching assistant at Salisbury Primary School

  • Assisting children with a learning environment that is a replica of the National Curriculum
  • Creating positive and motivating lesson plans to ensure the students are progressing
  • Marking curriculum books and providing targets for each child according to their ability
  • Holding daily afternoon and after-school interventions to aid pupils with their phonics and reading skills
  • Ensuring behaviour and homework policies are followed
  • Assisting with year 1 – 5 independent assessments
  • Providing feedback and support to parents to ensure communication with parents. Ensuring all pupils’ well-being is a priority
  • Supporting lower ability pupils through encouragement and positive reinforcement
  • Assisting with school trips, ensuring the safety of the pupils
  • Taking part in organization of extra curricular school events such as international evening and movie nights.