The DFE have provided state- funded schools additional funding to support year 7 pupils who did not achieve the expected standard in reading or maths at the end of key stage 2. As a result of this funding, Reed Education are actively recruiting qualified teachers and tutors to support these students in their transition to Secondary School.
- Deliver literacy and numeracy intervention programs to individuals preparing relevant and appropriate learning experiences in conjunction with the inclusion team
- Discuss reasons for underperformance with students, through interview
- Assist in the development of suitable intervention material
- Keep a log on students who undertake intervention and assist on the recording and reporting procedures
- Support exam revision sessions as required
- To assist in the development of appropriate lesson plans, resources, schemes of work and teaching strategies
- To plan and prepare 1-2-1 lessons
This work is typically offered on a temporary supply basis, either shorter term covering for immediate needs within the school or as part of their longer term strategy, and so whatever your requirements regarding your search for work, Reed Education will work with you to endeavour to offer the most suitable work.
This role is well suited to candidates who can bring a nurturing and compassionate approach, and approach each student as an individual with a positive plan.
- Fair and competitive pay based upon your experience
- High quality training and support
- Access to a range of CPD courses including Safeguarding training
- Access to the Reed Benefit Club and Discount Club, offering money off a range of services and insurance cover
- Opportunities to work across a number of schools within Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire
- Dedicated consultant to support you within your role who brings 12 years’ experience
If you are interested in applying or for more information, please contact Claire Seeley at Reed Education and Apply Now!