Following last years success Connex Education have been re-approved as a National Tutoring Programme Tuition Partner, and are currently recruiting for qualified maths teachers to tutor small groups across schools in Nottingham. Within this role you will deliver focused tuition to groups of 3 pupils on a face to face basis; ensuring the students work on focused areas to bring them back up to their targeted grades.
Tutoring plays a vital role in allowing children to "catch up" and bridges the gap created by school closures across the last academic year - this role can be open to anyone with experience in core subjects (English/Maths/Science/Humanities/MFL) and who holds QTS (this is essential to appointment). However we are really heavy focusing on Maths, English and Science.
This is an exciting role for any teacher looking to make a difference to a child's life and see the impact 1-1 or small group tutoring can have on a childs attainment.
As a successful teacher you will possess:
QTS or equivalent, and have recent experience in teaching and/or tutoring
Good knowledge of the UK curriculum in core subjects
Be able to explain key concepts fluently and accurately
Be prepared to tutor online however mostly face to face
The ability to work to the school's scheme of work and provide constructive and effective feedback
Good time management to fully utilise the sessions.
In return, Connex Education Partnership will offer you:
Full, free training in tutoring, SEN, safeguarding and much more
Competitive rates of pay
A dedicated consultant to help you throughout
A weekly PAYE scheme, including employer pension contributions, subject to minimum requirements.
If you are interested in our tutor roles or would like to discuss any other opportunities, please do not hesitate to call the office on (phone number removed) or email on (url removed)
Connex Education Partnership is a National Tutoring Programme (NTP) approved Tuition Partner. That means we provide high-quality, subsidised catch-up tuition to pupils whose education has been affected by the Coronavirus pandemic