Project ID - TIS001147
Literacy at KS4 - The Student Tutor will work with the Literacy coordinator and the Head of English with one small Year 12 group, focusing on English Language skills only; these boys will require low level learning support. This support may be during or after school hours as best fits timetabling.


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Project offered at

St Columb's College
LONDONDERRY
BT48 8NH

Contact

Tony McGonigle

Student Skills

English Language and Literature Student

Expected Pupil Outcomes

Improved confidence in textual analysis; ability to build on basics of SPG in order to develop personal writing style.

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

Experience of a wide range of abilities in KS4; ability to recognise and apply key aspects of the GCSE specification for Language and Literature

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