Primary Tuition Teacher:
Protocol Education is an established Education Recruitment specialist that is committed to working alongside schools to drive progress and attainment.
We are currently looking for dedicated and passionate teachers who want to help children achieve their full potential through 1:1 and small group boosters and interventions. (Proven experience in this area is highly desirable)
We are looking for motivated teachers who would like to work within Primary Tuition and can:
• Provide the necessary skills and attributes required to help these children reach their potential by providing them with good subject knowledge
• Target and measure progress against specific objectives agreed with the school
• Provide an individualised approach to narrow specific gaps in pupil learning in three areas Reading, Writing & Maths
• Be flexible, adaptable and able to create a positive atmosphere in and out of the classroom
Primary Tuition is suitable for both full and part time teachers and is often suited to the latter. No matter when you are available there is an opportunity out there for you.
If you feel that you have the necessary skills and attributes to be able to make a difference please apply online now!
Principal responsibilities of a Primary Tuition post will include but not be limited to:
1. To teach within the 3-11 age range in the role of class teacher and/or support teacher as directed by the Headteacher.
2. To work within the agreed School, LA and National Curriculum policies.
3. To maintain a good educational ethos, including the control of storage, display and use of teaching materials, resources and books relating to the needs of the school.
4. To carry out assessments and monitoring of pupils’ achievements and maintain records as laid down in the school’s policies.
5. To support, supervise and be responsible for the work of teaching support staff, students and parents as required.
6. To be willing to keep up-to-date with new initiatives and developments in the area of primary education (3-11 years).
7. To work within a team, following the aims of the school.
8. To support the subject leaders in the development of core subject areas (English, Maths and Science) by:
a. Reviewing policies, schemes of work and guidelines keeping things up to date;
b. Supporting and advising staff on planning, teaching and assessing within the curriculum area;
c. Responsibility for monitoring and evaluating the standards achieved across the school and providing the Headteacher with evidence each term;
d. Involvement in managing and maintaining standards achieved;
e. Responsibility for contact/liaison with parents, organisations and the LA;
f. Overseeing the ordering of resources;
g. Undertaking activities that link the subject to the SDP.
9. Work within the Code of Practice relating to Special Educational Needs.
Over the last 5 years Waltham Forest has become one of the most thriving boroughs in London for Primary supply work. The area boasts both urban and suburban areas within its boundaries, giving residents and visitors great social outlets coupled with big parks and woodland areas. Waltham Forest is a highly multicultural area with people from all 4 corners of the world living and learning together. A large amount of the schools have been rebuilt in the last 10-15 years and therefore benefit from modern and inspirational work spaces. Although the area is 15/20 minutes from most areas in central London it certainly benefits from the large amount of supply work that is exclusively given to Protocol Education. Because of this teachers and support staff that live and work in the area can expect a high demand for their services. Waltham Forest schools have larger than average funding to aid teacher intervention programmes and group support work. The schools also have a healthy amount career development for their teachers and therefore extra hands are always required to cover this time.
Please note: We undertake safeguarding checks on all our workers in accordance with the DfE statutory guidance 'Keeping Children Safe in Education'. As part of these checks, we require a current Enhanced DBS Disclosure for everyone working in schools. If you do not have a valid subscription to the DBS Update Service, we will require you to complete a new DBS application as part of the registration process, at a cost of £44.00.