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School-led Tutor

Location
Kingsley Road, Weston-Super-Mare, Weston-super-Mare, Avon, BS23 3TZ
College
Windwhistle Primary School
Hours
Part Time, Term Time
Salary
E5 plus an excellent benefits package
Posted
2nd November 2022
Start Date
As soon as possible
Expires
12th December 2022 04:19 PM
Contract Type
Fixed term contract
Job ID
1282825
Start date
As soon as possible
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  • Job ID: 1282825

Stage/year group: EYFS / KS1 / KS2

Hours: Positions available for: 31 hours and 15 minutes per week and 15 hours per week (afternoons)

Terms:  Fixed term until 31st August 2023. 5 Inset days plus an excellent benefits package

Salary: Pay grade E5, actual salary per annum pro rata.

31 hours and 15 minutes per week: £16,598.26 - £19,065.97

15 hours per week: £7,967.16 - £9,151.66

Closing date 18 November 2022

Interview date Week beginning 21 November 2022

An ELAN School Led Tutor is positive, a team player, motivational, flexible, creative, and innovative with a supportive nature, as well as being confident, calm, consistent and resourceful with experience supporting pupils.

You will work closely with class teachers to resource and adapt planning and support high quality teaching and learning across English and Maths. You will help to create learning environments where pupils can expand their knowledge. You will work with the school community to uphold our trust and school values.

You need to be proactive, energetic, and committed to engaging pupils, developing their desire to learn. You will help to inspire them to be confident and independent. You will also need to be calm, patient and sensitive.

Your main responsibility in this role will be delivering interventions to:

• Small group work

• One-to-one support for those with additional barriers to learning.

To support this, you will also be expected to:

• identify learning gaps and helping to shape a bespoke intervention programme for pupils

• deliver engaging sessions, to support a range of learning styles with clear learning objectives

• adapt sessions in line with pupils ability, taking into account any barriers to learning or additional needs

• Demonstrate safeguarding standards in all practice.

The post is for a School Led Tutor not an Academic Tutor the training for a school le tutor is as follows:

Training

A free online training course focusing on best practice tutoring will be offered to all school staff who are nominated as tutors by their school leaders. Ed Dev Trust has designed the training, which is an evidence based, self-directed and accessible course focusing on best practice tutoring. This training will be offered to all school staff who are nominated as tutors by their school leaders.

There will be two pathways to this training:

• QTS Pathway;

• Non-QTS Primary Pathway

Participants will have up to four weeks, from when they begin, to complete the virtual, self-directed training and assessment regardless of which pathway they are enrolled on. However, they may complete training sooner if they wish. Upon successful completion of the online course, tutors will receive certification which will be recognised by the Chartered College of Teaching to certify individuals as a School-Led Tutor.

For teachers with QTS, and teachers without QTS who have at least two years of experience teaching the subject and phase they wish to tutor in, training is optional. However, the Department recommends that these teachers complete the optional 2 hour QTS pathway.

For all other staff, including teaching assistants, trainee teachers and teachers without QTS who have less than two years’ experience in the relevant subject and phase, the training is mandatory. These staff will not be able to begin delivering tuition until they have successfully completed the School-Led Tutor Training Course. This is expected to take approximately 11 hours to complete.

Windwhistle Primary School in Weston-super-Mare supports children’s achievement by building their self-confidence. We offer a happy, safe environment that nurtures children from 3 – 11 years old and supports all in our school community. We have extensive grounds that the children can access for learning and play. We are very well-resourced with excellent professional development opportunities and our staff benefit from support and development through the wider network of schools in ELAN.

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Safeguarding Statement:

Windwhistle Primary School is part of Extend Learning Academies Network (ELAN) and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. All appointments are subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure and satisfactory references. We will be undertaking an appropriate online search for shortlisted candidates. It is an offence to apply for a role that requires regulated activity if you are barred from doing so. Any concerns will be reported immediately to the appropriate body. Our safeguarding policy is available on the school website.
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