Primary Intervention Tutor
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Grimsby Primary tutor- £25-£35 an hour
Teaching Personnel are looking for a part time tutor to work with students in reading, literacy and Maths in Brigg near Grimsby.
- 5-6 hours per day- around 3 days per week
- Pre learning and SATS prep in groups of 1-6 students.
- Liase with school and report on your sessions
This role is provided through the National Tutoring Programme.
A catholic academy with a strong community ethos. This school is a partner with Teaching Personnel and will provide resources to aid your sessions. They’re KS1 and KS2 cohorts are working to improve skills impacted by covid and you must be confident across all primary subjects.
Requirements: QTS certification is desired and you must have strong teaching experience.
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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