Primary and Secondary School Tutors
ASAP and January 2021 starts
Full and part time options
Supply Desk have an increased demand for primary/secondary school teaching and teaching assistant intervention tutors. Due to Covid-19, many children are in need of extra catch up sessions across a range of subjects and areas. Children need support in the following areas:
- Reading catch up
- Literacy catch up
- Numeracy catch up
- Subject specific catch up
- GCSE support
- SATS support
Supply Desk work in partnership with the Buckinghamshire council to offer specific interventions to support children in closing the gaps in learning, and boost confidence in and out of the classroom.
Our Tuition and Intervention Roles include:
- One to one tuition
- Small group tuition
- Booster groups
- Extra support for SEN and looked after children
- Graduates to deliver English and maths interventions
- Love to Read (our proven reading intervention programme) tutors to boost pupils progress in reading
- In class teaching assistant
You will be working across all primary and secondary levels, dependent on your experience/qualifications. You will support children’s learning and development as directed by the school or children’s class teacher.
For further information about how to become a Supply Desk tutor please visit our website www.supplydesk.co.uk.
To explore all options in line with your experience and expectations,
please forward your CV to email@example.com
Or call Matt Dawson on: 01923 295 303 / 01494 840527 / 01296 752 499 for more information.
Due to the overwhelming response to online advertising, only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
Supply Desk offer a £100 ‘Golden Hello’ for anyone who introduces a teacher/teaching assistant. Get in touch for further details.
Supply Desk is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. All successful applicants will be required to complete an enhanced DBS (formerly CRB) check which must be maintained throughout the period of employment and meet Safer Recruitment standards.