Project ID - TIS001105
To help teacher with daily class routine, provide under achieving pupils with the opportunity to access individual/ small group support in order to improve reading ability. Give newcomer pupils the opportunity to discuss texts and help improve both their talking and comprehension skills.


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Project offered at

St Mary's Primary School
DUNGANNON
BT70 2RD

Contact

Christina Hinfey

Student Skills

English, Literacy

Expected Pupil Outcomes

improved reading and comprehensive skills Further confidence and motivation regarding their work

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

Improved understanding of the role of teacher and the importance of daily class routine Confidence in ability to guide and mentor young children in a learning environment The curriculum for key stage 2 and the technology involved

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