- Job role
- English, Mathematics
- Working pattern
- Full time
33.3 hours a week
- Contract type
- Fixed term (10 months )
- Unqualified Teacher/Main Pay Scale depending on qualifications
Literacy and Numeracy Tutor
33.3 hours per week, 37 weeks per year.
Unqualified Teacher/Main Pay Scale Depending on Qualifications
Fixed Term until Summer 2022
Disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic have resulted in significant missed education by students. Disadvantaged and vulnerable students have been particularly impacted. Teddington School will be using the 2021/22 Government grant to fund the role of a Literacy and Numeracy Tutor, who will work with small groups of students in all year groups whose progress continues to be impacted negatively by the school lockdowns during the pandemic.
This role would suit either a qualified teacher or someone with a competent background in literacy and numeracy looking to experience work in the education sector. Full training and support will be given, and the successful candidate will be working with small groups of students to underpin the curriculum being delivered in classrooms.
This role is term time only, for 33.3 hours per week (Mon 8:20am-4pm, Tues-Thurs 8:30am-4pm, Fri 8:30am-3pm including a 40-minute unpaid lunch break each day). This post is currently funded until the end of the 2021/22 academic year.
Interested candidates should complete an application form, which can be downloaded from our website. Completed forms should be emailed to Kim Bradstreet, HR Officer firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that we are unable to accept or consider CVs.
The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on Wednesday 6 October and interviews are likely to take place on Friday 8 October. We reserve the right to close the advert early, should a suitable candidate be found from an early application.
Teddington School is committed to safeguarding and successful applicants will be required to undertake a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.
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- School type
- Academy, ages 11 to 18
- Education phase
- School size
- 1200 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 11 to 18
About Teddington School
Teddington School is situated in a highly attractive setting, in a purpose built, £30m building, on the banks of the River Thames. The school caters for approximately 1200 children, aged 11-18, and is part of the high performing Bourne Education Trust, comprising 16 schools predominantly in Surrey.
Bourne Education Trust
Teddington School is part of Bourne Education Trust (‘BET’) - a regional multi-academy trust made up of sixteen schools, across both primary and secondary phases.
Specialising in supporting schools to improve their performance, BET continues to grow a community of high performing academies with the highest aspiration and dedication to achieving the best outcomes for their learners.
Led by Alex Russell, CEO, and supported by an executive team and board of directors, BET's 1050 staff currently educate over 7,700 pupils.
BET is a fast moving and exciting place to work with every school within our Trust free to shape their individual character. Our brilliant teachers, support staff and leaders share a commitment to providing a first-class education to the children within their schools and as a Trust we strive to ensure that our provision enables every child to fulfil their potential.
Our people are the key to our success and for this reason we believe in creating great places to work where people feel supported and encouraged to be the best they can possibly be.
Staff within our schools can expect to be challenged and motivated to achieve their ambitions, and such is the scale and scope of the Trust’s school-to-school support work, successful candidates can expect to:
Work in a high performing and supportive environment with dedicated high quality induction, coaching and mentoring programmes
Develop their teaching pedagogy within a culture of collaboration and sharing of best practice
Receive focussed career planning and professional development advice, which can result in rapid promotion either through direct placement or via secondments
Work with our teaching school partner to successfully navigate your NQT status, if applicable, and receive support in achieving your qualified teacher status in the UK if you have come from abroad
Work within an organisation that prioritises staff well-being, supports effective planning, preparation and administrative time as well as access to high quality shared resources and the opportunity to work a shorter academic year than most
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