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Teaching Personnel are looking for ENGLISH graduates to undertake 1:1 tuition roles with Looked After Children, SEN children without a school place, or children in school who need support in raising attainment. The pupils are often disengaged and may present with complex SEN needs or behavioural difficulties, due to experiencing childhood trauma or other Social and Emotional difficulties.  Therefore, we require tutors who are compassionate, empathic and understanding of the difficulties these children have faced in life. Tutors will also need to be patient and resilient at all times.

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Teaching Personnel are looking for SCIENCE graduates to undertake 1:1 tuition roles with Looked After Children, SEN children without a school place, or children in school who need support in raising attainment. The pupils are often disengaged and may present with complex SEN needs or behavioural difficulties, due to experiencing childhood trauma or other Social and Emotional difficulties.  Therefore, we require tutors who are compassionate, empathic and understanding of the difficulties these children have faced in life. Tutors will also need to be patient and resilient at all times.

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Teaching Personnel are looking for MATHS graduates to undertake 1:1 tuition roles with Looked After Children, SEN children without a school place, or children in school who need support in raising attainment. The pupils are often disengaged and may present with complex SEN needs or behavioural difficulties, due to experiencing childhood trauma or other Social and Emotional difficulties.  Therefore, we require tutors who are compassionate, empathic and understanding of the difficulties these children have faced in life. Tutors will also need to be patient and resilient at all times.

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Teaching Personnel are heavily recruiting tutors who are willing to undertake specialist 1:1 and small group intervention roles, helping pupils to Catch Up with their education as quickly and effectively as possible due to the Coronavirus pandemic. We are currently looking for tutors in the Derby and Derbyshire areas. The roles will involve: 1:1, 1:2 and 1:3 small group intervention based in the school environment  Face to face and/or online tutoring Specific intervention around Maths, English, Science, Humanities and MFL for secondary pupils Specific intervention in Literacy and Numeracy for primary pupils Behaviour support intervention Specialist SEN intervention to support pupils with communication, emotional and sensory needs Desirable skills and experience: Fully Qualified Teachers with whole class or 1:1/ small group teaching experience Graduates with excellent subject knowledge in their chosen subject and the confidence to plan and deliver resources based on this content Relevant and experienced teaching assistants (with experience delivering and planning intervention) Expectations and requirements of the role: Completing minimum of 3 modules of our Effective Tuition CPD course Safeguarding Level 2 Qualification Completing baseline assessments for pupils Providing regular feedback with your designated Teaching Personnel Tuition Manager and through our feedback reporting software, in addition to meeting regularly with school teachers to discuss the impact of the tuition Completing an End of Programme report and an ‘ending' meeting with your Tuition Manager and the school For additional information, please contact Emma Frost on the number provided or click Apply Now to register with Teaching Personnel and become a tutor! All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role.

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Teaching Personnel are heavily recruiting tutors who are willing to undertake specialist 1:1 and small group intervention roles, helping pupils to Catch Up with their education as quickly and effectively as possible due to the Coronavirus pandemic. We are currently looking for tutors in the Derby and Derbyshire areas. The roles will involve: 1:1, 1:2 and 1:3 small group intervention based in the school environment  Face to face and/or online tutoring Specific intervention around Maths, English, Science, Humanities and MFL for secondary pupils Specific intervention in Literacy and Numeracy for primary pupils Behaviour support intervention Specialist SEN intervention to support pupils with communication, emotional and sensory needs Desirable skills and experience: Fully Qualified Teachers with whole class or 1:1/ small group teaching experience Graduates with excellent subject knowledge in their chosen subject and the confidence to plan and deliver resources based on this content Relevant and experienced teaching assistants (with experience delivering and planning intervention) Expectations and requirements of the role: Completing minimum of 3 modules of our Effective Tuition CPD course Safeguarding Level 2 Qualification Completing baseline assessments for pupils Providing regular feedback with your designated Teaching Personnel Tuition Manager and through our feedback reporting software, in addition to meeting regularly with school teachers to discuss the impact of the tuition Completing an End of Programme report and an ‘ending' meeting with your Tuition Manager and the school For additional information, please contact Emma Frost on the number provided or click Apply Now to register with Teaching Personnel and become a tutor! All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role.

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Teaching Personnel are proud to announce that we have recently become an approved provider for the Government National Tutoring Programme. This means that schools will be able to utilise our support and work in partnership with us to implement high quality tuition intervention for more disadvantaged pupils who have lost out of a significant amount of their education due to the Coronavirus pandemic. In light of this, we are heavily recruiting tutors who are willing to undertake specialist 1:1 and small group intervention roles, helping pupils to Catch Up with their education as quickly and effectively as possible. We are currently looking for tutors in the Derby and Derbyshire areas.

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