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Newry High School
Teaching/language students. Students with a positive attitude who will work under the direction of a teacher and use initiative and implement strategies to teach English to newcomer pupils in small group setting.
Raised self-esteem and self-confidence. Will have a greater vocabulary. Will have a more positive attitude to school. Will improve their ability to understand and respond in English in oral and written communication.
Tutor will become aware of strategies to support newcomer children. Tutor will gain confidence in working with newcomer children. Tutor will gain experience in using strategies to teach English to newcomer pupils. Tutor will become familiar with Planning for Inclusion and Diversity toolkit.
Newry High School is an all ability school which has had a recent increase in newcomer pupils who have little or no English. These pupils are currently withdrawn for ESOL English support. The tutor will be assisting in the teaching of English to these pupils.
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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.
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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.