Project ID - TIS001333
To help facilitate an after-school Homework Club at Ballymoney High School 2 - 3 Days per week. Particular focus on Numeracy and Literacy.


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Project offered at

Ballymoney High School
BALLYMONEY
BT53 7AN

Contact

Richard Hargy

Student Skills

Any undergraduate discipline.

Expected Pupil Outcomes

To support pupils completing homeworks in school. Pupils would have a UU student to help guide and assist them through homeworks they may find challenging.

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

BHS wishes to establish a new After-School Homework club. This extra pastoral / academic provision will offer additional support to pupils.

Extra Information

A fantastic opportunity for up to 3 undergraduates to support BHS in a new after-school homework club. Although the students would be supervised by a teacher, they themselves would take the lead in rolling out this particular project.

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