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John Fallon

 
Name: John Fallon
Location: accrington
United Kingdom BB5
Contact: Home: 01254 381957

Mobile: 07985372339

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Additional Info: remeberyou very clearly. I believe you were friendly with a Jean Topping. CURRICULUM VITAE

Name: John Fallon

Address: 4, Birkett Rd,
Accrington,
Lancs.
BB5 6DG.

Telephone: Home: (01254) 381957. Mobile: 07985372339.

Qualifications:

09/1972 – 07/1973 London University

Post Graduate Certificate in Education,

10/1964 – 07/1969 Exeter University

B.A. degree (Politics), lower second

09/1963 – 07/1964 Blackburn College

British constitution (A) Economics (C)

09/1956 – 07/1963 Darwen Grammar School

O levels in:

English language 50%
English literature 65%
History 80%
Religious knowledge 70%
French 45%
Mathematics 45%
General paper 45%

A levels in

Religious knowledge D)
History (E)
Subjects offered to teach

To GCSE and AS: English, history, religious education, economics.

To A - level: government and politics.




Teaching work experience

1997 – 2010 Supply teaching. For a comprehensive list of all schools/colleges at which I have taught please see attachment.

09/1975 – 08/1993 Accrington and Rossendale College. Lecturer to 16 + students. Responsibility and achievements included:

• Group tutor to students at A level
• assisting students with their UCCA applications and writing a report
• Lecturer in 'A' level British government and politics and 'A level economics
• Administering and teaching upon the General Studies programme for 'A' level students.
• Teaching English language and ‘government, economics and commerce’ to
O level.
• maintaining an interest in debating and a Christmas quiz
• regularly taking parties of students to London in order to visit Parliament and meet the local MP.
• regularly taking students on visits to magistrates’ and crown courts, local council meetings and field-studies to compare towns as diverse as Skelmersdale and Skipton.
• Organizing and introducing outside speakers to the students. These speakers spoke on an array of topics eg. the role of the Accrington Pals in the First World War; polymers within industry; town councilors; the local MP; the chief executive of Hyndburn council
• Conducting mock elections at general election times.

1977 - 90 Visiting lecturer at Hutton Hall, Lancashire Constabulary, Preston. Two
Lectures : 'British constitution, government and parliament' and 'An
introduction to political thought' These lectures were repeated for the
Cheshire Constabulary (at Crewe) and the Greater Manchester Constabulary
(Manchester).

1977 Nord-Anglia International. Nord Anglia was, at the time, controlled by Mr. Kevin McNeaney - its founder and managing- director - from Fog Lane, Didsbury, Manchester.

1977 Teacher of English for Nord-Anglia International Ltd - English language tuition for overseas students (mainly European) at Blackpool

1978, 1979 and 1988 Course-director for Nord-Anglia International at Morecambe, Lancashire (1978 and 1979) and Cleveleys, Lancashire (1988).

09/1969 – 31/08/75 Accrington Girls’ High School. Teacher throughout the school
including the sixth form. Responsibility and achievements included

• Head of economics and teacher to A level
• Teacher of history to O level.
• Teacher of English to first and second forms. The authoress Jeanette Winterson was one of my successes – ‘Oranges are not the only fruit’ and ‘Sexing the cherry’.
• Form-teacher in all years except my first.
• Teacher responsible for the school debating society. Winners of the Accrington Chamber of Commerce debating Rose Bowl in 1972, 1973 and 1974.
• Speaker on Plato to the Classical Society.
• Organizer of trips to industry such as Mullards in Blackburn, to the law courts, to the Town Hall and to London in order to visit Parliament and meet the local MP. In addition I regularly assisted with visits to plays at Stratford-Upon-Avon, Bolton, Manchester, Blackburn and Burnley.

My main interests are writing, domestic and international politics, football, badminton, and religion - specifically Christianity and Judaism.

I became a teacher because I have always sought to convey knowledge – mainly to young people who wish to know more. Although I had many good teachers I also had many who left much to be desired. These deficiencies I have striven to avoid. Almost every topic can be simplified to an appropriate level to suit the needs of the pupil. My abiding aim has always been to stimulate interest by enthusing about my subject for enthusiasm invariably ‘rubs off’ on the pupil. Although it sounds trite I have devoted my life to teaching.





































































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remeberyou very clearly. I believe you were friendly with a Jean Topping. CURRICULUM VITAE

Name: John Fallon

Address: 4, Birkett Rd,
Accrington,
Lancs.
BB5 6DG.

Telephone: Home: (01254) 381957. Mobile: 07985372339.

Qualifications:

09/1972 – 07/1973 London University

Post Graduate Certificate in Education,

10/1964 – 07/1969 Exeter University

B.A. degree (Politics), lower second

09/1963 – 07/1964 Blackburn College

British constitution (A) Economics (C)

09/1956 – 07/1963 Darwen Grammar School

O levels in:

English language 50%
English literature 65%
History 80%
Religious knowledge 70%
French 45%
Mathematics 45%
General paper 45%

A levels in

Religious knowledge D)
History (E)
Subjects offered to teach

To GCSE and AS: English, history, religious education, economics.

To A - level: government and politics.




Teaching work experience

1997 – 2010 Supply teaching. For a comprehensive list of all schools/colleges at which I have taught please see attachment.

09/1975 – 08/1993 Accrington and Rossendale College. Lecturer to 16 + students. Responsibility and achievements included:

• Group tutor to students at A level
• assisting students with their UCCA applications and writing a report
• Lecturer in 'A' level British government and politics and 'A level economics
• Administering and teaching upon the General Studies programme for 'A' level students.
• Teaching English language and ‘government, economics and commerce’ to
O level.
• maintaining an interest in debating and a Christmas quiz
• regularly taking parties of students to London in order to visit Parliament and meet the local MP.
• regularly taking students on visits to magistrates’ and crown courts, local council meetings and field-studies to compare towns as diverse as Skelmersdale and Skipton.
• Organizing and introducing outside speakers to the students. These speakers spoke on an array of topics eg. the role of the Accrington Pals in the First World War; polymers within industry; town councilors; the local MP; the chief executive of Hyndburn council
• Conducting mock elections at general election times.

1977 - 90 Visiting lecturer at Hutton Hall, Lancashire Constabulary, Preston. Two
Lectures : 'British constitution, government and parliament' and 'An
introduction to political thought' These lectures were repeated for the
Cheshire Constabulary (at Crewe) and the Greater Manchester Constabulary
(Manchester).

1977 Nord-Anglia International. Nord Anglia was, at the time, controlled by Mr. Kevin McNeaney - its founder and managing- director - from Fog Lane, Didsbury, Manchester.

1977 Teacher of English for Nord-Anglia International Ltd - English language tuition for overseas students (mainly European) at Blackpool

1978, 1979 and 1988 Course-director for Nord-Anglia International at Morecambe, Lancashire (1978 and 1979) and Cleveleys, Lancashire (1988).

09/1969 – 31/08/75 Accrington Girls’ High School. Teacher throughout the school
including the sixth form. Responsibility and achievements included

• Head of economics and teacher to A level
• Teacher of history to O level.
• Teacher of English to first and second forms. The authoress Jeanette Winterson was one of my successes – ‘Oranges are not the only fruit’ and ‘Sexing the cherry’.
• Form-teacher in all years except my first.
• Teacher responsible for the school debating society. Winners of the Accrington Chamber of Commerce debating Rose Bowl in 1972, 1973 and 1974.
• Speaker on Plato to the Classical Society.
• Organizer of trips to industry such as Mullards in Blackburn, to the law courts, to the Town Hall and to London in order to visit Parliament and meet the local MP. In addition I regularly assisted with visits to plays at Stratford-Upon-Avon, Bolton, Manchester, Blackburn and Burnley.

My main interests are writing, domestic and international politics, football, badminton, and religion - specifically Christianity and Judaism.

I became a teacher because I have always sought to convey knowledge – mainly to young people who wish to know more. Although I had many good teachers I also had many who left much to be desired. These deficiencies I have striven to avoid. Almost every topic can be simplified to an appropriate level to suit the needs of the pupil. My abiding aim has always been to stimulate interest by enthusing about my subject for enthusiasm invariably ‘rubs off’ on the pupil. Although it sounds trite I have devoted my life to teaching.





































































.







.







remeberyou very clearly. I believe you were friendly with a Jean Topping. CURRICULUM VITAE

Name: John Fallon

Address: 4, Birkett Rd,
Accrington,
Lancs.
BB5 6DG.

Telephone: Home: (01254) 381957. Mobile: 07985372339.

Qualifications:

09/1972 – 07/1973 London University

Post Graduate Certificate in Education,

10/1964 – 07/1969 Exeter University

B.A. degree (Politics), lower second

09/1963 – 07/1964 Blackburn College

British constitution (A) Economics (C)

09/1956 – 07/1963 Darwen Grammar School

O levels in:

English language 50%
English literature 65%
History 80%
Religious knowledge 70%
French 45%
Mathematics 45%
General paper 45%

A levels in

Religious knowledge D)
History (E)
Subjects offered to teach

To GCSE and AS: English, history, religious education, economics.

To A - level: government and politics.




Teaching work experience

1997 – 2010 Supply teaching. For a comprehensive list of all schools/colleges at which I have taught please see attachment.

09/1975 – 08/1993 Accrington and Rossendale College. Lecturer to 16 + students. Responsibility and achievements included:

• Group tutor to students at A level
• assisting students with their UCCA applications and writing a report
• Lecturer in 'A' level British government and politics and 'A level economics
• Administering and teaching upon the General Studies programme for 'A' level students.
• Teaching English language and ‘government, economics and commerce’ to
O level.
• maintaining an interest in debating and a Christmas quiz
• regularly taking parties of students to London in order to visit Parliament and meet the local MP.
• regularly taking students on visits to magistrates’ and crown courts, local council meetings and field-studies to compare towns as diverse as Skelmersdale and Skipton.
• Organizing and introducing outside speakers to the students. These speakers spoke on an array of topics eg. the role of the Accrington Pals in the First World War; polymers within industry; town councilors; the local MP; the chief executive of Hyndburn council
• Conducting mock elections at general election times.

1977 - 90 Visiting lecturer at Hutton Hall, Lancashire Constabulary, Preston. Two
Lectures : 'British constitution, government and parliament' and 'An
introduction to political thought' These lectures were repeated for the
Cheshire Constabulary (at Crewe) and the Greater Manchester Constabulary
(Manchester).

1977 Nord-Anglia International. Nord Anglia was, at the time, controlled by Mr. Kevin McNeaney - its founder and managing- director - from Fog Lane, Didsbury, Manchester.

1977 Teacher of English for Nord-Anglia International Ltd - English language tuition for overseas students (mainly European) at Blackpool

1978, 1979 and 1988 Course-director for Nord-Anglia International at Morecambe, Lancashire (1978 and 1979) and Cleveleys, Lancashire (1988).

09/1969 – 31/08/75 Accrington Girls’ High School. Teacher throughout the school
including the sixth form. Responsibility and achievements included

• Head of economics and teacher to A level
• Teacher of history to O level.
• Teacher of English to first and second forms. The authoress Jeanette Winterson was one of my successes – ‘Oranges are not the only fruit’ and ‘Sexing the cherry’.
• Form-teacher in all years except my first.
• Teacher responsible for the school debating society. Winners of the Accrington Chamber of Commerce debating Rose Bowl in 1972, 1973 and 1974.
• Speaker on Plato to the Classical Society.
• Organizer of trips to industry such as Mullards in Blackburn, to the law courts, to the Town Hall and to London in order to visit Parliament and meet the local MP. In addition I regularly assisted with visits to plays at Stratford-Upon-Avon, Bolton, Manchester, Blackburn and Burnley.

My main interests are writing, domestic and international politics, football, badminton, and religion - specifically Christianity and Judaism.

I became a teacher because I have always sought to convey knowledge – mainly to young people who wish to know more. Although I had many good teachers I also had many who left much to be desired. These deficiencies I have striven to avoid. Almost every topic can be simplified to an appropriate level to suit the needs of the pupil. My abiding aim has always been to stimulate interest by enthusing about my subject for enthusiasm invariably ‘rubs off’ on the pupil. Although it sounds trite I have devoted my life to teaching.





































































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Fees: £ 22.00 Pounds Per Hour
Subjects: Economics, Eleven Plus, English, General Studies, History, Politics
Additional: CRB / Police Check, References, Can Travel, Can Tutor Online
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