Graduate English Academic Mentor
Are you an English Graduate passionate about Education?
Would you like to gain classroom experience to give you a flavour of what it is really like to work in a school?
Do you have previous classroom or tutoring experience and would like to elaborate on this in order to fulfil your desire to become a teacher?
If you are wanting to start teacher training and would like to spend your time between building your experience and knowledge, then this English Graduate Mentor role could be the one for you.
- Graduate English Academic Mentor
- Long term role starting immediately until July 2021
- Located in Enfield, North London
- English specialist required
- Minimum 2:1 English degree desired
- Earn up to £400 per week
- Large comprehensive secondary school with a thriving sixth form
- Interviewing immediately
The staff at this brilliant school are a passionate team of professionals. Their purpose is to inspire excellence in character and scholarship. The students and their families have bought into this vision. Together they form a friendly and dedicated community. The school is a large comprehensive secondary school with a thriving sixth form. They value their long history whilst being excited about their future.
As an English Graduate Mentor, you will need to be confident, approachable and committed to supporting KS3 and KS4 students through their learning of English. This is a great role for those considering a career in teaching and for those who still want to explore different teacher training routes. This school are particularly keen to meet with English Graduate Mentors who are energetic, engaging and ready to hit the ground running.
In your role as an English Academic Mentor, you will be expected to support students on a 1:1 basis and in small groups. On a day to day basis you will work with a variety of learners at different stages of their learning. Through this role you will deliver pre-planned material but also could create your own sessions.
To apply, send your CV to Ryan Holtby at Empowering Learning today.
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