Graduate School Progress Tutor
|Salary||GBP£300-400 per week (term time)|
Graduate School Progress Tutor – Hillingdon
Have you graduated with a 2:1 or a 1st and are considering a career as a Primary School Teacher?
Would you enjoy contributing to pupil progress and achievement for this academic year whilst you gain valuable experience to support your 2019 teacher training application?
If so then this is your perfect next step. A small Primary school in Hillingdon is looking to appoint a Graduate School Progress Tutor for the next academic year to support their pupils to reach for the skies!
- Must have minimum 2:1, ideally from a Russell Group university
- Full-time for the full academic year
- Great experience for those considering teacher training
- Small Primary school in Hillingdon
- Earn £300-400 per week as a Teaching Assistant (term time only)
- Shortlisting ASAP
Graduate School Progress Tutor – About the School
This is a small Primary school with a ‘family-feel’. Pupils are proud of their achievements and happy to show you around the school and point out all their wonderful work displayed on the walls. Teachers have good relationships with their pupils and maintain high expectations of their achievements meaning that pupils make good progress during their time at this school.
Graduate School Progress Tutor – About the Role
You will be working with pupils on a 1:1 basis and in small groups to provide targeted help, mainly in literacy and numeracy, with opportunities to be involved in the delivery of wider school learning and activities. The role is designed for a nurturing and creative graduate wishing to inspire a love of learning in the pupils. You will work with highly-qualified members of staff throughout the year who will support you to grow professionally as you become more confident within a primary school setting.
Graduate School Progress Tutor – About You
You will be a high-achieving recent graduate (2:1 minimum), ideally from a Russell Group university, with a passion for your subject and for education. You will be resilient, patient and able to come up with creative solutions to problems. You will have excellent communication skills (both written and verbal) and will have some experience working or volunteering with young people. You will have a genuine interest in pursuing a career in education and be committed to this position for a full academic year.
Click ‘Apply’ or send your CV and covering letter (detailing why you are the ideal candidate) to Sara at i-teachers today!