Call out for Tutors!

Call out for Tutors

Date posted: Jan 2019

Start date: Jan 2019 and ongoing

Contract type: Part Time and Flexible

Salary: Starting from £25 p/hour

Contract term: Fixed Term

Equal Education is a nationwide Social Enterprise who are passionate about improving education outcomes for some of society’s most vulnerable children; those who are looked after and those with SEND.

Did you know only 12% of looked after children achieve 5 A*-C grade GCSEs compared to an average of around 60%? This figure drops down to 3% for those in residential care. Furthermore, despite looked after children making up less than 0.1% of the UK population, they represent 40% of children in custody, and 25% of the adult prison population are care leavers.

We are looking for motivated and conscientious educators who believe in the transformative power of education to broaden vulnerable young people’s aspirations, and empower them to pursue ambitious goals in their lives. We are looking for teachers who want to make a significant difference with their skills and experience.

About the Role

We are recruiting qualified teachers for a flexible freelance role. As the freelance teacher you will have the option of working with students during the day for those who are not currently in education, and after school supporting those in education settings. This 1:1 work usually takes place in the home (with a parent/carer present), but may also be delivered at school or in the community. We work with our teachers, families and schools to ensure the best for all involved.

Our students are aged 7-18 (key stage 2 to A levels), and tuition placements are available throughout England, with some exception in Wales.

Skills and Experience

– Ability to teach English, Maths or Science at any level up to A2 level. We can receive requests for other subjects (predominantly in Greater London and the West Midlands)
– Experience and understanding of SEND
– Understanding and appreciation of working with the care system, and a passion to increase social mobility for the most marginalised
– QTS (Qualified Teacher Status)
– Competent administrative capabilities
– Excellent written communication and reporting
– Excellent timekeeping and reliability

About Equal Education

We feel we can empower children looked after through education and wish to tackle this social inequality at a grassroots level. Since working with a handful of children back in North London in 2012, we now support hundreds across the country.

You can read about an economic evaluation and the positive impact our intervention can make on the public purse here –

Route to Application

We are encouraging teachers across England (and Wales) to apply and the following areas have immediate starts;

– SEN tutors for during the day (between 1-3 hours daily)
Thurrock & Slough (and their respective surrounding areas)

– Supplementary Home Tuition (1-2 hours a week after school)
West Midlands (Birmingham, Sandwell & Dudley) and Lambeth/Lewisham

Please send in your CV and cover letter to

Please feel free to contact Kim Rihal, our partnerships director on 07825 587 615

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