Maxine Curry
Dayjob Limited
The Big Peg
120 Vyse Street
Birmingham B18 6NF
T: 0044 121 638 0026


Maxine is an expert at teaching children who have low tolerance and high frustration levels. She passionately believes that children learn best when they are actively engaged in the learning process. As a true professional she is dedicated to students with special needs and will do anything in her power to help them succeed in a regular classroom. With her present employer she is involved in working with at risk as well as gifted children. Her key strengths include being able to create a classroom culture that supports the academic and social-emotional growth of the students. Right now she is looking for a suitable position with a school that is not only committed to its students but also its staff.


Special education teacher – Start Date – Present
Employers name – Location
Responsible for developing, planning, integrating and coordinating group as well as individualized classes.


  • Organising activities that require a pupil to hear, see, say, and do something.
  • Observing individual children to see how long it takes for them to become bored or fatigued.
  • Finding out what a pupils favourite subject is.
  • Calling out student names and then marking them off a class register.
  • Reporting to the Head teacher any difficulties that you are unable to overcome.
  • Helping to manage the workload of other teachers.
  • Helping children who have trouble reading by using a pen to point to words.
  • Creating a diversified curriculum.
  • Creating a supportive and diverse classroom environment.
  • Keeping an eye out for those pupils who are missing classes on a regular basis or who are persistently late.
  • Giving clear oral instruction to pupils.
  • Telling pupils how well they are doing and encouraging them.
  • Monitoring children at break time.
  • Creating individual targets and goals for specific pupils.
  • Providing help with learning tasks.
  • Asking parents to help out in the education of their children.
  • Dropping off children home when they report of feeling unwell whilst at school.
  • Gathering information about a child from a number of different perspectives.

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Employers name – Location

JOB TITLE – Start Date – End Date
Employers name – Location


Special Needs Teaching

  • Helping children who are easily distracted to focus more.
  • Being patient with pupils who cannot control their emotions.
  • Allowing pupils to learn at their own pace.
  • Superb observation and monitoring skills.
  • Knowledge of traditional paper-pencil tasks.


  • Possesses excellent references.
  • Strong quantitative and critical thinking skills.
  • Passion for working with students.


Special needs teaching
Creating bonds with pupils


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Available on request.



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