- Qualified Rate (QTS & Relevant Degree) - £29.16 per hour, Unqualified Rate (Relevant Degree) - £21.00 per hour, no relevant degree or QTS - £14.34 per hour
One to One English Tutor job summary
One to One Tutor - English
Outwood Academy Normanby
Required to start: ASAP
Salary Range: Qualified Rate (QTS & Relevant Degree) - £29.16 per hour, Unqualified Rate (Relevant Degree) - £21.00 per hour, no relevant degree or QTS - £14.34 per hour
Casual Contract (approx 2-3 days per week. Hours will be agreed with the Head of English and can be discuss at the interview)
Outwood Grange Academies Trust seeks applications from outstanding applicants with integrity, imagination and energy for this rewarding role.
Outwood Academy Normanby places students at the centre of everything it does, with a focus on creating a culture of success, a positive climate for learning, and increased student outcomes whilst developing their social and emotional resilience.
We are seeking to appoint a committed individual to work as part of a dedicated team of One to One tutors. Applications are invited from both newly qualified and experienced professionals. You will provide support to selected students across all year groups through individually tailored programmes of One to One tuition, to support our recovery programme addressing missed and lost learning.
This is a fantastic opportunity for enthusiastic, driven professionals to join our Family of Schools. You must possess the skills and determination to make a significant difference to the lives of our students and share our single goal of ‘students first’.
The successful applicant will put the needs of young people first, have a passion for learning, excellent interpersonal skills and will be both ICT and emotionally literate. Tutors will be required to prepare their own resources to meet the needs of the students but to also use resources where directed by the HoD or the Director of English.
We welcome applications from people who:
• hold qualified teacher status, or are a qualified HE or FE teacher; or
• are able to demonstrate a track record of effective teaching; or
• are able to demonstrate that you can work with individual pupils to progress their learning in English.
As part of a growing multi-academy trust, the successful candidate will be well supported and have access to a range of high quality professional development through the Outwood Institute of Education.
The Outwood Grange Academies Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. All appointments will be subject to a satisfactory enhanced DBS disclosure.
We reserve the right to close advertisements early. Advertisements will therefore close at 12 noon, either on the advertised closing date, or the day the decision has been taken to close the advertisement early.
Please note that CVs will not be accepted. If you have any questions regarding the post, please email Kerry Cope, HR Assistant on firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01642 454577.
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About Outwood Academy Normanby
- School type
- Academy, ages 11 to 18
- School size
- 651 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 11 to 18
Outwood Grange Academies Trust (OGAT) is an education charity and not-for-profit sponsor of primary, junior and secondary academies. We are a dynamic organisation, recognised nationally as one of the highest performing family of schools in the North of England, and we currently sponsor over 30 schools.
Our educational blueprint has been developed through leading and supporting schools over many years.
We have used this successful blueprint to sponsor academies and have a transformational effect on children’s life chances within very quick timescales.
We feel strongly that academies should enhance the education provision of the community they serve, in addition to driving up standards and playing a central role in regeneration. This is because we believe that improving the life chances of young people is essential to developing a strong local and national economy.
We are now comprised of over 30 schools who work together to ensure that all children, irrespective of their starting point, receive an excellent education. We pride ourselves on meeting the needs of children in our care, including the most vulnerable or challenging.