Project ID - TIS001331
Key Stage 3 and 4 Numeracy Support. This would be during school hours. Numeracy support at KS3 or KS4 as timetables allow and taking into account the skills of the student. School has resources. Student(s) would be working with small groups of young people under the guidance of the class teacher.

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Project offered at

Ballymoney High School
BT53 7AN


Richard Hargy

Student Skills

A Mathematic undergraduate, or one from any discipline were Maths is an obvious component.

Expected Pupil Outcomes

To improve confidence and ability in Maths, and to particularly help KS3 pupils progress to KS4.

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

To have made use of the student in a strategic and effective way, and to thus improve pupil performance across all Year Groups.

Extra Information

Maths / Numeracy is a key focus in the school. This would be fantastic experience for an undergraduate to assist a school in supporting young people improve their skills in maths.

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