Project ID - TIS001394
To assist the Head of Geography within the class and leading small-focussed study sessions to GCSE students after school once a week.

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Project offered at

St Colman's High and Sixth Form College
BT24 8XR


Rachel Sloan

Student Skills

Any Geography related degree

Expected Pupil Outcomes

To gain higher scores in exams and achieve target grades for GCSE. To develop greater knowledge and understanding of key topics at GCSE. TO develop confidence and exam technique by practice of exam questions.

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

To develop experience of strategies and approaches to improve pupil knowledge and understanding of physical and human geography topics. A good experience for anyone considering applying for their PGCE.

Extra Information

A great opportunity to get hands-on experience in supporting Year 11 and 12 pupils competing their Geography GCSE.

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