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CV, Early Years Teacher Seeking Work In USA

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 40051
(05/05/1986, male)
List top 5 skills: early childhood teacher
Short Bio:

I am an experienced and dedicated Early Years practitioner; I feel I can bring something unique as I have a rich and varied background in education and the arts. Currently I am a room leader in a day nursery and also the settings Special Educational Needs Coordinator.

I am committed to providing the best possible learning opportunities for children, and to working closely with childrens’ parents and carers, staff and outside agencies.

Current location: 

England, United Kingdom - View on map



Preferred Sector of Employment: 

education and training, HR and Recruitment

Spoken languages: 


Locations I am interested in working:

United States

List of countries I have a visa to work in:

United Kingdom, United States


2015 – 2016
PGCE in Early Years with Early Years Teacher Status, Derby University

2010 – 2012
MA Museum & Gallery studies, Kingston University London

2006 – 2009
BA Hons Fine Art, Nottingham Trent University 2:1

QCF Edexcel Level 2 Children and young people’s workforce



February 2015 – To date
Room Leader & SENCO
Dragonflies Nursery, Nottingham

Room Leader 2-3’s – currently working towards YET

Special Educational Needs Coordinator

Launched a ‘lunch time workshop’ for pre-school children, maximising opportunities for relevant and effective learning in small groups, with a focus on each child’s individual needs, particularly boosting engagement in mathematics, personal social and emotional development and literacy.


November 2014 – February 2015
Playwork Assistant & Early years worker
Leo’s Nursery & Leo’s Den – Woodborough Woods & Richard Bonington Schools, Nottingham


October 2014 – March 2015
Gallery & Retail Assistant and Receptionist (Weekends)
Patchings Art Centre, Nottingham


August 2014 – September 2014
Administrator (Temporary)
4Front Security, Nottingham


September 2010 – August 2014
Art Teacher and Museum Educator, Self-Employed,

Education facilitator and workshop leader, planning and running activities, outreach visits, working with schools and families, and working with new technology to explore collections, at the following:

The Foundling Museum

The British Museum

The Museum of London

London Transport Museum

Open Ealing

The V and A

Clubs 4 Children

Rainbow Kids

Kentish Town City Farm


March 2014 – July 2014
Early Years Worker
Little Angels Day Nursery & Pre-prep School, Highbury, London


November 2013 – March 2014
Education Recruitment Consultant

Caleeda limited, Eastcheap, London
September 2012 – November 2013
Education Resource consultant
Protocol Education, Tottenham court road, London


April 2011 – September 2012
Art Teacher
Active Learning, Crouch End, London

Responsible for Early years Art department, including planning and leading all lessons, evaluations, learning plans for individual children, working with mentors and budgets.


August 2011
Play-scheme Leader
Mapalim, Kentish Town, London

Planning and running a weeklong play scheme for children and young people aged 7 – 15


September 2010 – January 2011
Education Internship

Orleans House Gallery, Twickenham

Intern within the education department – creating interpretation packs for visitors and teachers, planning and delivering activities both within the gallery and on school outreach visits. Working with children, young people and families. Assisting with See Saw, an early years weekly drop-in session aimed at children aged 0-5; focused on encouraging creativity, curiosity and developing skills in communication, co-ordination and social interaction.


November 2009 – September 2010
Invigilator and Facilitator, New Art Exchange, Nottingham

Gallery invigilator, tour leader and education facilitator


Peets Coffee and Tea
San Francisco USA


Other Notable Experience

Tiny Talk Baby Signing, Let’s Look At Phonics, Food Hygiene, British Values & The Prevent Duty


2011 – 2013
Hearst Magazines – Event promotions


Orleans House Gallery

Produced an education pack for Teachers:

Journeys – Stories of the World: A London Museum’s youth engagement project, part of the Cultural Olympiad project, Stories of the World: London


New College Nottingham
Writing Room – Solo exhibition

self-curated and installed, created interpretation material and led student tours, talks and presentations


Sherwood art week – Installation of own art work in ‘The Hub’ and developed interpretation materials