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Teaching Assistants to Tutor (SEND)

  • Location: Birmingham
  • Start date: 31 Jul 2018
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Job reference: PE11047986
  • Branch: West Midlands Secondary SEND
  • Consultant: Sam Wilsdon
  • Call: 01902 313 822
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Job description
Tutor Required to work with Looked After Children (SEND Skills desirable

One-to-One and Small Group Intervention Teaching

Competitive hourly rate of pay

Local work across Birmingham

The aim is to 'narrow the gap' between the achievements of Looked after Children and their peers. The support will be not only be on a one-to-one basis but also in small groups across Key Stages 1, 2, 3 and 4. The support will be carried out within the pupils care / foster homes, within the classroom or within a sourced and risk assessed venue. Applicants will be responsible for liaising with the Designated Teacher to plan and deliver a personalised tuition programme for Maths, English or Science. Successful applicants will have their own transport and the flexibility to work mornings, afternoons or evenings.
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