Hours: 40 per week, 42 weeks per year (term time only + 4 weeks)
Contract: Opportunities for fixed term and permanent positions available
Closing date: Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis
Location: Positions available in London and Hertfordshire
Future Academies is looking for graduate tutors to help make a life-changing difference to our pupils.
We are seeking to recruit graduate intervention tutors to support students with their academic work at KS4 or KS5, and in particular with English, modern foreign languages, history, geography, mathematics and science. Specifically, this role will involve providing in-class support, leading small-group work, and tutoring students who have been withdrawn from lessons.
As part of our intervention team, you will make a significant contribution to both the lives of our students and to the development of a highly aspirational culture at our academies.
Positions are available across all our London and Hertfordshire schools.
OUR IDEAL CANDIDATE
This post will suit flexible, hard-working and committed graduates who would like to be part of Future Academies’ transformational educational mission. We are ideally looking for graduates with a strong academic background.
If you are a graduate thinking of entering the teaching profession, this position will provide you with first-hand insight and the chance to gain valuable experience within a school setting. Successful candidates will have the opportunity to apply for a fully funded place on our Ofsted-‘Outstanding’ SCITT course during their contract, should they decide that they wish to pursue a career in teaching.
Future Academies was established with the aim of improving our children’s life chances via the provision of a rigorous, knowledge-rich education, founded upon the importance of specialist teaching by subject experts and the goals of raising aspirations for all. We are committed to helping young people succeed and overcome whichever social or academic barriers they face, irrespective of their background or starting point, and we achieve this through an inclusive ethos founded on the principles of knowledge, aspiration and respect.
Our family of schools has built a reputation for achieving the highest standards for all our pupils. We currently have seven academies: three primaries and four secondaries, spread across Westminster, Hammersmith and Hertfordshire. We also have ambitious plans for growth, and these include the imminent arrival of two further secondary schools, due to join our Hertfordshire hub in February 2020.
For more information on the organisation and our academies, please visit our website: www.futureacademies.org.
If you are interested in applying for this position, please download the below application form and return this to email@example.com. We are looking to recruit a number of tutors to work across our family of academies. Applications will therefore be reviewed on a rolling basis.
This post is covered by Part 7 of the Immigration Act (2016) and therefore the ability to speak fluent and spoken English is an essential requirement for this role.
Future Academies is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. We expect all staff to share this commitment, and therefore to be willing to undergo the appropriate checks, including enhanced DBS checks.