Sept ‘06 – currently | Teacher of History & Politics – History Department
In my eight years at my current school I have been fully involved with the academic and extra-curricular life of the school. My lessons are popular and use a variety of teaching techniques targeted at encouraging all students to participate, including drama, re-enactment, debates and traditional lectures and my results have been consistently strong.


  • Consistently excellent results across AS History and Politics, A2 History and Politics, iGCSE History and IB History at Higher and Standard level
  • Also experience teaching and training on TOK for the IB as well as some fill in GCSE Short Course ICT
  • Produced over 100 e-resources for three of the new AQA AS History specifications and new GCSE
  • Co-wrote Civil Rights and Social Movements in the Americas for CUP
  • Run two politics blogs, one for AS and one for A2
  • 797 followers for @mrjstacey and 208 for @alevelpolitics on twitter
  • Sixth Form tutor for six years
  • US University Adviser handling 30 applicants to US per year on average
  • Run several clubs and societies including Eton Fives, Football, and Politics Society
  • Trained DofE Bronze and Silver Assessor
  • Principal Examiner and examining experience with Edexcel, AQA, CIE and IB for History and Edexcel for Politics

Sept ‘05 – Jul ‘06 Oxford University Department of Education
PGCE Intern – History Department
Placements at Henry Box School, Witney and Didcot Girls School, Dissertation on “The Implementation of EasyLink™ within Henry Box”

Aug ‘96 – Jul ‘98 JET Programme Nagasaki
Assistant Language Teacher

  • Taught English language and culture to Japanese adults and students from 13 upwards, teaching primarily at Senior High School level but also at Junior and special schools
  • Responsibility for lesson planning, club activities in addition to usual teaching duties
  • I also ran an international football team playing at schools throughout the Nagasaki area which continues to this day. I was Treasurer of Nagasaki AJET and organised the Nagasaki division of the British Festival in Japan 1998.

Career to date – Other

Jul ‘99 – Jul ’05 Pharmiweb Solutions Bracknell
Senior New Media Consultant

  • Editor of www.pharmiweb.com, managed, promoted and edited a site with a monthly readership of over 85,000 worldwide. I also administered a database of 6000 jobs from both the client and candidate sides
  • I managed the production studio of three developers, a designer and a secretary, allocating and appraising work and project managing work that came into the studio.
  • Training Consultant for major clients such as GlaxoSmithKline, Pfizer, AstraZeneca, Roche, Lilly and others dealing with all levels of personnel from interns to board members
  • Pharmiweb won awards for ‘Best Pharmaceutical / Life Sciences Portal’, ‘Best Electronic Pharmaceutical Recruitment Service’ and ‘Best Pharmaceutical Internet News Provider’ at the Pharmaceutical IT awards during my tenure as editor

Aug ‘98 – Jul ‘99 Financial Times London
Marketing Executive

  • Responsible for the marketing of Financial Times magazines, newsletters and management reports
  • Managed an annual marketing budget of £500,000 using a variety of media including Direct Mail, Conferences and Exhibitions, online marketing and offline marketing in a variety of specialised publications in addition to liaising with colleagues in the newspaper where specialised information was requiredEducation
    Oct ‘05 – Jul ‘06 | University of Oxford | PGCE – History
    Oct ‘05 – Jul ‘06 | Fasttrack Programme
    Oct ‘93 – Jul ‘96 | University of Leeds | BA (Hons) – International History & Politics 2:1
    Sept ‘86 – Jun ‘93 | Wolverhampton Grammar School |
    Cambridge S-Level – English Literature (Dist.)
    A Level – English Literature (A), Modern History (A), General Studies (A), Maths /Stats (B)
    GCSE – Chemistry (A), Biology (A), Maths (A), English Literature (A), English Language (A), History (A), Geography (A), French (A), German (A), PE (A), AO Level – Maths (B)

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