Project ID - TIS000589
Maths support. We are looking for an enthusiastic student with a background in Maths or a Maths related subject to work 1 to 1 or in small group situations with children to improve their Mathematical development. These children would be P3-P5 age and we foresee the work being mostly of a practical nature involving games and experiential learning.

There is 2 places on this project and 2 places left

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Project offered at

St Patrick's & St Brigid's Primary School
BT54 6AN


Anne Marie Fitzpatrick

Student Skills

A mathematical background. Enthusiasm and a pleasant personality are more important.

Expected Pupil Outcomes

Improved confidence and basic ability in Maths.

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

Developed confidence and skills in interacting with others. Organisational improvement as they will have to plan and prepare for lessons. Understanding of the importance of commitment and dedication to a task.

Extra Information

We are very flexible with regards to dates and timings.

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