Project ID - TIS000823
Literacy Support for Upper Key Stage 1/ Key Stage 2 To give extra support to low achieving children. To support children with the aim of helping them to become more confident and independent in using phonic skills to improve their writing.

There is 2 places on this project and 2 places left

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Project offered at

Kirkinriola Primary School
BT43 6TB


Judyth Crabbe

Student Skills

The student should: - be studying English as a main or subsidiary subject. - have an outgoing personality and enjoy working and interacting with children. - be flexible and an enthusiastic team player.

Expected Pupil Outcomes

Pupils will - demonstrate confidence and independence in Literacy.

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

The student will - gain experience in the classroom and a knowledge of how to build children's self esteem in Literacy

Extra Information

Children are taught in composite classes comprising of 4 year groups. The student may be working as teacher support in class or withdrawing groups.

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