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Attention all ESOL and EAL tutors of Doncaster! We are seeking talented and dedicated tutors to join our team as part of the National Tutoring Programme in preparation for the new academic year. You will be responsible for delivering small group English/Reading tuition to EAL students, helping them reach their full potential.
The ideal candidate will have:
- A strong background in teaching English as an Additional Language (preferably with Qualified Teacher Status or a relevant degree)
- Experience teaching small groups and the ability to create engaging lessons
- Excellent communication skills and the ability to inspire and motivate students
- A passion for helping students succeed and a commitment to their growth and development
As a tutor, you will play a crucial role in the success of the National Tutoring Programme and the students you work with.
We are looking for tutors who are dedicated, reliable, and passionate about teaching.
If you are ready to make a positive impact on the lives of students, we want to hear from you!
All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role. Please see the FAQ’s on the Teaching Personnel website for details.
All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay. This advert is for a temporary position. In some cases, the option to make this role permanent may become available at a later date.
Teaching Personnel is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. We undertake safeguarding checks on all workers in accordance with DfE statutory guidance ‘Keeping Children Safe in Education’ this may also include an online search as part of our due diligence on shortlisted applicants.
We offer all our registered candidates FREE child protection and prevent duty training. All candidates must undertake or have undertaken a valid enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. Full assistance provided.
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