Applications are open from 1 November 2021 - 14 November 2021 for LSE Team Up Maths Tutor. Click here to access the application form.
LSE Team Up Maths Tutor
In 2021/22, for the second year running, the Widening Participation Team are collaborating with Team Up, an education charity, which “works to reduce the widening attainment gap in education by helping underachieving disadvantaged pupils double their expected progress and improve their future prospects”.
In Lent Term, LSE Tutors will travel to one of our London partner schools, to provide in person small group tutoring, under the supervision of teachers. Our two partner schools are located in either the Borough of Westminster or the Borough of Barking and Dagenham.
LSE Tutors must commit to attend paid online training prior to commencing tutoring and will be required to travel to the school and attend for 1.5 hours of tutoring on the below dates. You will be paid for 2.5 hours each week (1 hour preparation and 1.5 hour delivery) plus your attendance at training and your travel expenses will be reimbursed. LSE Tutors will be placed on an LSE Hourly paid contract from mid December 2021 to end of March 2022 to cover the dates of the programme.
Training: Online training held in December 2022
Start date for Tutoring: w/c 17 January 2022
End date for Tutoring: w/c 28 March 2022
*No tutoring w/c 14 February 2022 due to schools half term
Day & Time of Tutoring: Tuesdays 16:00 – 17:30 OR Wednesdays 15:00 – 16:30
Why should I get involved?
- You’ll be paid an hourly wage, including for training (currently £13.63).
- You’ll gain/improve transferable skills, such as time-management, communication, presentation and problem-solving.
- You’ll enhance your CV and gain experience of working with young people in the UK education system.
- You’ll be making a positive difference to the lives of young Londoners.
- As well as receiving full training, you’ll be supported by coordinators from the school, Team Up and the LSE WP team.
Who can apply?
- All LSE students – undergraduate and postgraduate.
- You must be based in the UK throughout the programme and during the training.
- You must have a UK bank account.
- You should have studied maths at least to A-level or equivalent.
- You should be enthusiastic and committed.
- All roles are subject to completing a Disclosure and Barring Service check
Please read the full job description and person specification before applying.