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School Led Tutor

Barking Abbey SchoolBarking and Dagenham

School Led Academic Tutors

Start Date: January 2022

Salary: £18 per hour

The School wishes to appoint high quality Academic Tutors to deliver our ‘School-Led Tutoring’ in English and Maths in Years 7 and 10. 

Tutors will work face-to-face with small groups of students to support catch-up interventions, to help students who have fallen behind due to the COVID-19 Pandemic through the government funded ‘School-Led Tuition’ programme. 

Tutors might include trainee teachers, non-qualified teachers or non-practising (or retired) teachers, or university students. Experience of working (paid or unpaid) with children of the appropriate age range would be desirable. The successful candidates will ensure that pupils are assessed and tutored to improve their skills, knowledge and understanding of English and/ or Maths. Training is provided through the National Tutor Programme and certified through the Chartered College of Teaching.

Barking Abbey is a heavily over-subscribed split site secondary school in the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham, and has a well-deserved reputation for its friendly and supportive atmosphere and its excellent academic achievements.

Only fully completed application forms will be accepted, CV applications will not be considered.  Please apply on the TES website

Closing date: Thursday December 9th 

Interviews: Week commencing December 13th


Barking Abbey is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and is an Equal Opportunities Employer.


This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and a comprehensive screening process, including Disclosure check, will be undertaken on all successful applicants.


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