This role is with registered charity, TalentEd, offering qualified teachers the chance to work with and act as a role model for high-ability young people. They run year-long programmes of weekly small group teaching sessions to help improve the grades and academic and career options of disadvantaged students.
Every young person should have the support, skills and aspirations to realise their potential. Sadly, this is not the case for young people from low-income areas in the UK and educational inequality is highest amongst the brightest students.
As a tutor with this charity, you can use your years of teaching experience to inspire small groups of students and help them realise their full potential, all the while revitalising your career as a teaching professional.
How can you help?
You will have the opportunity to give back to your community by working for a small charity that takes the concerns of underprivileged students seriously.
Responsibilities and Duties
- Support and challenge your group of four bright young people for a full academic year
- Plan, prepare and deliver inspiring weekly 1 hour sessions
- Complete a short online feedback form after each session
- Take part in training, observations and appraisals
- Invoice TalentEd at the end of each month
Qualifications and Skills
- Desire to give every young person the support, skills and aspirations to realise their potential
- Inspirational qualified teacher with experience teaching in a school setting
- Able to develop a range of skills in students
- An Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) Check (carried out by TalentEd, unless subscribed to the online DBS update service)
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