Project ID - TIS000590
Early reading support. We are looking for a student to work with children aged 4-6 supporting them in learning early phonic and pre-reading skills. Work will be carried out on a 1 to 1 or small group withdrawal basis.

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

Any student with proven Literacy skills is appropriate as interpersonal skills are more important than an actual subject area.

Expected Pupil Outcomes

Increased confidence and ability in early reading.

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

The tutor will learn the importance of punctuality, dedication and commitment. They will improve their CV for the future and develop interpersonal skills. They will learn how to plan, prepare and assess work and how to integrate in a work environment.

Extra Information

We are very flexible on dates and timings.

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