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ago13 days ago
TalentEd is a registered charity that offers high-ability young people a year-long programme of weekly small group sessions. Our qualified teachers and inspirational role models improve grades and academic and career options.
Every young person should have the support, skills and aspirations to realise their potential. Sadly, this is not the case for young people from low income areas in the UK and educational inequality is highest amongst the brightest students.
How can I help?
As a TalentEd tutor, you will use your years of experience in education to build relationships with the same four students to help them realise their potential.
TalentEd sessions run after school for one hour each week at one of our partner schools. Over the course of three terms, you will teach, mentor and reflect with your students to help them develop either: a) confidence, study skills and aspirations, b) expertise in a specific subject, or c) study skills and revision techniques.
Responsibilities and Duties
Support and challenge your group of four bright young people for a full academic year Plan, prepare and deliver inspiring weekly 1 hour sessions Complete a short online feedback form after each session Take part in training, observations and appraisals Invoice TalentEd at the end of each month
Qualifications and Skills
Desire to give every young person the support, skills and aspirations to realise their potential Inspirational qualified teacher with experience teaching in a school setting Able to develop a range of skills in students An Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) Check (carried out by TalentEd, unless subscribed to the online DBS update service)
Required licences or certifications:
QTS (Qualified Teacher Status) and/or PGCE (Postgraduate Certificate in Education)
If you are interested, apply now via our website or contact us if you have any questions.
We look forward to hearing from you.
ago13 days ago