Fleet Tutors Careers and Employment
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Tutor in Gateshead, Tyne and Wear
on 15 March 2020
Tutoring in the Community with Fleet.There has been an active need in some boroughs for years now to provide tutoring for children who for various reasons have missed periods of their schooling. In my local area these students are known as 'Looked After Children'. All of these tutorials normally take place in the Carer's Home and is by arrangement.
Tutor in Wilts
on 19 January 2021
Staff need to treat their tutors betterThere is no opportunities offered. Even when you chase them they give an excuse. I wonder sometimes if they treat everyone fair. My impression now is to keep away from this tutor group. I know of even better groups who can offer far better service than Fleettutors. I can write more but i am wasting my time....
Tutor in London, Greater London
on 9 May 2020
No security but £30/hour!On average I got £30/hour, the only downside is there's no job security, same with all tutoring. I always got paid on time and no cash or cheques involved, no need to chase parents for payment because the agency paid me.
Tutor (Part-time) in South West London, Greater London
on 21 January 2020
Professional and friendlywhat i like about Fllet tutors is the oportunities for professional development. sometiemes have workshops where we meet other tutors and shar expereinces and learn more about teaching methods. the tutors coordinators are professional and friendly.
Tutor/Tutoring in Farnborough/ the London Branch
on 16 January 2020
Flexible and friendly staff onlineI like the flexibleness and how tuition periods fits in with ones daily schedule. You plan your day and arrange with the tutees family of your intention. Introduce yourself to the tutee and family. * Find out about recent school reports to use as a starting point or a baseline assessment. *Enquired from the tutee what he or she needs help with and thier likes and dislikes. * Make a plan together about the timings, hours per week and the scheme to work on. *As a tutor think of different methods to plan the teaching and toe assess the teaching. Record the information appropriately and make an initial plan. *From this guide- make the allocated visitations . * I have learning various styles of teacher and that not everyone is the same. *I have learned about parents expectations. * The hardest part some times is leaving after the hour has finished. * Working with Autist children has been a real learning curve for me and it has been pleasurable and at the same time exasperating. It can be fun. * It is enjoyable when the Tutee has shown progress and this has been noticed in the comments given by the parent.
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