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With schools now closed due to COVID-19, there is a need for Tutors to work in an online capacity with students whilst they are not in full time education. Schools require tutors across the subjects to be able to competently deliver sessions using an online platform.

Pay for this role: Between GBP18 and GBP25 based on requirements and experience. 

A school in Stockport is looking for online tutors to offer support whilst school closures take place. The school requires tutors in multiple subjects.It is essential that the tutor will be able to confidently:

  • Deliver lessons using an online platform, whilst being able to competently keep students engaged.
  • Implement strategies specifically designed to ensure that students are able to maximise their ability, within an unconventional setting.
  • Be able to provide educational material and resources that are relevant in ensuring that students are able to efficiently adapt to a new form of learning process.

Given current circumstances, it is imperative that the required tutor will be able to manage expectations with regards to completing work. It is also of high importance that the tutor can set tasks to be completed away from the online platform, to both reinforce learning as well as encourage independent learning.

Further key aspects that the tutor will have to consider are as follows:

  • Managing workloads, and being able to effectively slow the learning process down to ensure that the student has been able to take all information on board.
  • Working closely with the individual (s) to ensure that information has been processed, whilst also being able to offer alternatives.
  • Being able to obtain focus from students who may struggle to engage with the learning process.
  • Considering the difficulties that students may face when learning online and being able to provide quick solutions to any problems that could be faced.
  • Communicating with the school to relay any issues that may arise within the online learning process, as well as offering feedback to teaching staff/parents as well as the students whenever necessary.
  • Working on an individual basis with students, to reinforce any learning that has been undertaken that day, whilst also encouraging students to work independantly to complete tasks. 
  • Competence in using an online platform in order to benefit the overall progress of individuals. 

The requirements for the tutor are as follows:                                                       

  • A degree (preferably related to the subjects being taught)
  • Teachers holding QTS are encouraged to apply, especially if they are not able to work due to school closures.  

The tutor will need:

  • Access to a laptop, with a microphone/video setting.
  • A proven track record in the teaching of students on a 1:1 basis.
  • A DBS on the Update Service, as well as 2 references (preferably education based)

If you are a tutor/teacher and are looking for work whilst school’s remain closed, please contact the Manchester South Secondary branch at Teaching Personnel.

All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role. Please see teachingpersonnel.com/faqs 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

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