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We are looking to recruit a graduate in Mathematics who will be able to support a small group and 1:1 tuition for pupils in KS3 up to GCSE level for the next academic year. There may also be the opportunity to work with some of our Sixth Form students. Candidates must have exceptional skills in numeracy. Candidates must also be able to commit to at least one full term, but ideally for one academic year to provide consistency for our pupils.
Teachers, retired teachers or graduates with no school experience may apply for this position.
Applicants must be educated to degree level (desirable) or to A Level (essential).
Please note we do not accept CVs. Applications will only be considered if received on a Catholic Education application form.
If this sounds like the right opportunity for you, please visit the following website to apply http://johnpaulii.co.uk/vacancies
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