Part Time 1:1 Teacher

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Loughton, Essex, England
£23 - £26 per hour
14 Nov 2016
12 Dec 2016
Greg Burns
Contract Type
Part Time

Would you like to work 1:1 with a student who really needs you help? Are you looking to make a positive difference to a student's life? If so, then is this could be the role for you:

Our client is looking for a qualified and experienced teacher in the Loughton area to teach a Key Stage 4 student on a 1:1 basis. The student has complex behaviour difficulties so good behaviour management and the ability to engage a difficult student will be required, along with the right attitude and lots of patience.

You will be required to teach 15 hours per week (consisting of 5 x 3 hour sessions from Monday to Friday). We are looking for somebody to start in early January.

This is a great opportunity to:

- Do something a bit different to traditional teaching
- Gain great job satisfaction by making a very noticeable difference to a young person
- Work hours to suit
- Avoid the early morning traffic
- There may also be an opportunity to take on an additional student if you are looking for longer hours

Our client delivers individual specialist education programmes to young people who are facing difficulty in accessing education.

The children they provide a service to are out of mainstream education for a variety of reasons and include children with special education needs, those in care homes, those with challenging behaviour and those who are under achieving and in need of specialist support.

Please send your CV to Greg Burns who is our dedicated SEN Consultant and will be happy to guide you through each step of the process from your application, right up to starting work with the student.

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