Project ID - TIS000896
Raising standards in Numeracy for pupils with SEN in a small group work in a classroom setting utilising ICT and maths resources/games.


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Project offered at

Phoenix Integrated Primary School
COOKSTOWN
BT80 8QF

Contact

Steven Kelly

Student Skills

Numeracy skills Experience working with primary school children. Experience working with pupils with SEN

Expected Pupil Outcomes

Develop key numeracy skills to be able to work with the average range in their class.

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

Knoweldge and Understanding of the NI Curriculum. Experience motivating and working with children, including those with SEN, in a school, setting. Working as part of a team.

Extra Information

The student teacher will be required to work both in class and out of class with small groups, under the direction of a class teacher. The pupils who receive the support will be drawn from P1-P7.

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