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Ulster University Coleraine
Experience of computing, programming, web development, application development, Scratch, Minecraft and robotics.
Experience in working with pupils and community students aged 8-65+. This will help to boost your time management, organisational, communication and interpersonal skills. You will also learn how to create projects in various areas of computing, technology and engineering.
The IM HAPPY project (IMproving Hopes, Aspirations, Prospects and Potential in the Youth) seeks to promote achievement as a means of improving the self-esteem, self-belief and self-confidence to students aged 9 and over in the Neighbourhood Renewal (NR) areas of Coleraine. The team currently teaches free ICT courses in two different regions of Coleraine – Coleraine Churchlands (Killowen and Heights) and Coleraine East (Ballysally and Millburn). We currently work in four primary schools, four secondary schools and three community centres.
Tutoring in Schools is a programme that places Ulster University student tutors in a primary, secondary or special school.
The programme is open to all Ulster students who wish to enhance their student experience and strengthen their skillsets.Learn More
The Tutoring in Schools Programme places Ulster University students in targeted primary, secondary or special needs schools. Participation from Regional Colleges is also welcome.
It provides schools with a student to work alongside teachers on any school-based project you propose.
This year’s projects are now available. If required, further details can be obtained from the Tutoring in Schools co-ordinator, please email email@example.com.
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The benefits of the Tutoring in Schools programme are widely recognised by all participating parties.
It encourages positive interaction between University student tutors and school pupils where the former can act as positive role models and ambassadors.