Abdellatif Elsayed Elshibiny

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Abdellatif Elsayed Elshibiny


A experienced, enthusiastic and focused teacher who is committed to safeguarding and promoting the education and well-being of children and young people at all times. Mark is passionate about giving young children the best possible education in life, and enjoys working in a busy environment and relishes the challenge of managing a diverse workload. He is able to establish a supportive relationship with not only students but also their parents and fellow teachers all with the aim of promoting and reinforcing a student’s independence and self-esteem. He is someone who is fundamentally committed to good practise and innovation and who is very much a team player. Always engaged in continuous learning in order to broaden his knowledge and experience, he is confident, passionate and enthusiastic about working with children. Mark is currently looking for a challenging teaching role that is only limited by the candidates drive and ambition.




Bachelor of Arts  


French Language Department



 1-Providing guidance and advice to pupils on educational and social matters.

2- Liaising with the parents or guardians of pupils.

3- Looking after the teaching material and resources.

4- Liaising with colleagues as appropriate in areas of curriculum planning.

5- Giving informative, helpful and accurate reports to parents on a pupils progress.

6- Updating records of and reports on the personal and social needs of pupils.

7- Communicating and co-operating with persons or bodies outside the school.

8- Taking a full part in school assemblies as required.



* Able to keep students focused in class by developing exciting and interesting lessons.

* Using homework to consolidate and extend learning and encourage pupils to take responsibility for their own learning.

* Mentoring and coaching.

* Able to monitor and evaluate the teaching and learning of pupils effectively.

Work History

Work History

Assistant with French language teacher

frome 9/2014 to 9/2015