Are you an experienced and qualified teacher looking for a change of scene?
Have you considered working as a Tutor for local children who require 1:1 support outside of a classroom environment?
Whether you are a Primary or Secondary specialist, Reed Education can help.
We are pleased to working alongside on of the countries' most successful National provider of 1:1 Tutors for children and young adults who require additional support outside of a school environment. Working alongside young people between the ages of 4-24, you will be supporting children with a variety of requirements from SEMH, EBD, ASD and challenging behaviour, providing a safe and understanding learning environment to assist in their academic and personal development.
Your experience and skill set will be used to make matches as to which young people you will be working with, as some may require more focus on core subjects, where as some may require a particular level of experience with a form of SEN. Working on a referral basis with your young person, you will have weekly sessions scheduled for the duration of their requirements. This may be once per week, twice per week, up to every day. Depending on your availability, you will be able to take on multiple referrals.
Working from a central hub with access to sports facilities, kitchenettes, as well as a wealth of resources and activities, you will be able to plan for your referral sessions to make them as engaging and interactive to stimulate your young person. With a network of tutors within the hub itself, you will have support available at every opportunity, as well as working alongside Case Workers and Carers.
You will be:
- Providing quality education and care for children.
- Preparing and delivering lesson plans that meet the National Curriculum.
- Working across the curriculum to educate in a wide variety of subjects.
- Using a variety of learning techniques to support the learner utilising a cross curricular or topic based approach.
- Planning and providing a caring and stimulating environment that is appropriate for individual children and enables them to reach their full potential.
- Establishing and maintaining positive relationships with children and their families.
- Observing and assessing children’s development and keeping accurate record of their achievement.
- Ensuring that the service you provide to learners is thorough, inspiring and aids in their development.
In return for your hard work you can expect:
- Daily rates which reflect your experience.
- Flexible working hours.
- A simple, weekly payroll system proven to be quick and efficient, to get you paid on time
- Access to a range of benefits through Reed Education, including a pension, various insurances and the Reed Benefits club, which hosts a large number of high street and online discounts.
To discuss these opportunities further and look at what Reed Education can do to help you in your search for employment, please apply to Natasha Clarke at Reed Education.
Applications are welcomed from both NQTs and Qualified Teachers. Only candidates who hold PGCE /QTS or equivalent will be able to be considered.
Reed Education is committed to safeguarding therefore all successful applicants will be subject to Enhanced DBS check, Barred list check, TA check, two years' references, face to face interview and qualification checks.