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St Patrick's Co-ed Comprehensive College
Students should come from any literary subject, e.g. English, History, Geography, RE, Languages etc. Students should have strong English skills and be positive and encouraging.
Pupils will grow more confident working within the normal classroom setting. Literacy skills will improve. Pupils with reading difficulties or a lack of confidence in their reading ability will be given the opportunity to improve their confidence and reading age through small group guided reading activities and 1 to 1 sessions with the student tutors.
They will have the opportunity to share their knowledge / skills with pupils in a classroom environment, to gain experience of working in the secondary education sector with children with specific learning difficulties in Literacy. It will be a valuable experience for potential teachers in interacting with other teachers and with pupils. They will gain knowledge and experience of preparing resources for individual pupils.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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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.