We are looking for Tutors to teach young people who are unable to attend school for a temporary period due to medical reasons.
A place of opportunity where all children and young people are happy, healthy and achieving.
In North Yorkshire we believe that every child should have the opportunity to reach their full potential.
Our Children and Young People's Service
The Inclusion Service works in partnership with all schools and settings within North Yorkshire. We aim to ensure that children and young people with special education needs and disabilities and social, emotional and mental health needs achieve in education and are able to live fulfilling lives.
We plan to make certain high quality local provision meets the identified care and educational needs of these children and young people. It aims to strengthen choice, control and influence for parents / carers, children and young people as well as improving educational outcomes.
This may involve children excluded from school where they will receive their education in their home until another provision has been made to get the child back into mainstream school or a young person who due to medical reasons cannot access mainstream education for a period of time.
You will find our current vacancies below.
Secondary Home Tutors
Skipton Area - Teachers main scale £23,720 to £35,008 - Relief hours we are flexible in hours to suit your work life balance
Selby Area -Teachers main scale £23,720 to £35,008 - Relief hours we are flexible in hours to suit your work life balance
Are you a creative, motivating and friendly Tutor who can deliver home tuition in an exciting and inspiring way? Are you looking to help young people develop both academically and as individuals?
We are looking for Tutors who can really listen and help build empathic respectful relationships with young people who for medical reasons are unable to attend school for a temporary period of time.
You will plan and deliver Science, Maths and/or English lessons, depending on your subject specialism, to young people with different abilities with the aim of ensuring a healthy culture of learning. You will liaise with home schools surrounding the course components of the school curriculum, providing appropriate feedback and maintaining records of progress and development.
This is your chance to inspire and enthuse young people who have gaps in their learning and who have lost confidence in their ability to succeed. Our ambition is to raise their attainments and increase their resilience and self-belief and you will play an essential role in supporting this ambition.
You will have a clear understanding of your work schedule in advance and we can arrange this to suit your work life balance. You will have the opportunity to manage your own timetable to suit your needs for example if preferred you can work evening or weekends.
It will be necessary to meet the travel needs of the post and for that mileage allowance will be paid.
For an informal discussion about this exciting new opportunity please contact Sarah Fawcett by email Sarah.Fawcett@northyorks.gov.uk.
The vacancy will continue to be advertised with ongoing interviews.
Secondary Home Tutors - Skipton Area
Secondary Home Tutors - Selby Area
If you can help us make a difference to young people - we want to hear from you.