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Summer School Subject Tutor (9-12 year olds)

Pay: Minimum £32 per hour
Job Type: Teacher/Tutor
Location: TELECOMMUTE UK Greater London Windsor & Harrow United Kingdom
Category: Gap/Temp And Parttime/Holiday
Available from: Jun 2024
Finishes on: Aug 2024
Type of work: Part Time, Indoor , Daytime Work
Job reference: E06373984
Childcare/Care Work, Education, Travel/Tourism 2024-05-21 2024-06-18

Job Description

Looking for a fulfilling career opportunity? Join the fastest-growing education company in the UK as part of our staff team! This is an excellent opportunity to contribute to the delivery of exceptional summer courses while gaining valuable experience in education.

As a Subject Tutor for 9‒12s, you’ll use your expertise to design and teach a syllabus to inspire international students on one or more 1-week courses (12 hrs contact time over 1 week, and 3 hrs preparation time).

We are looking for Teachers for our 2 locations to cover the following courses:

  • History Explorers, Maths Explorers, Story Explorers (Creative Writing), Tech Explorers, Science Explorers, Law Explorers, Medicine Explorers, Enterprise Explorers

Pay and hours: Minimum £32 per hour, equivalent to minimum £480 per course. This is based on 12 hrs contact time over 1 week, and 3 hrs additional preparation allowance per course. Pay bands depend on subject knowledge and relevant teaching experience.

Main duties and responsibilities

  • Prepare topics, class materials and resources in advance for a group of up to 15.
  • Complete induction training in advance to familiarise yourself with company procedures, logistical requirements and safeguarding.
  • Provide students with a positive, yet challenging learning experience.
  • Record attendance and report any welfare concerns to keep students safe.
  • Establish and maintain good behaviour for a productive learning environment.
  • Set one hour of homework for students between lessons to encourage independent learning.
  • Mark and provide feedback on any items of work submitted during the course to support students’ development.
  • After the course, write a report for each student to document their progress.

Minimum requirements

  • Bachelor’s or higher degree in a relevant subject
  • Experience teaching or working with young people in a similar role
  • Excellent at planning creative classes and engaging teaching
  • Able to adapt to suit the learning needs of young international students
  • Right to work in the UK (we cannot sponsor work visas for this role)


Oxford Summer Courses Limited is committed to safeguarding and protecting children and has robust safeguarding policies. References are requested and will be scrutinised. Where appropriate, they will be validated with the providing referee. We also undertake enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) checks to ensure all our staff are suitable to work with children.

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