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Primary Intervention Teacher

Teaching Personnel

£25 - 40 per hour


Temporary | Full Time



Are you a teacher or teaching assistant looking for the opportunity to reduce your working hours? Are you an NQT looking to gain further experience in a school setting? Look no further!

This is a wonderful opportunity for a Teaching Assistant, Newly Qualified Teacher or Fully Qualified Teacher to build upon experience, as the successful applicant will be working with Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 students in a supportive primary school in Wythenshawe.

The Role

As a Primary Intervention Teacher, you will be working closely with students either 1:1 or in small groups of up to six students, supporting them to make rapid progress in Numeracy and Literacy. This would be in-class on a face-to-face basis. School is happy to accommodate full-time working hours (Monday – Friday 8:30am to 3:30pm) or part-time working hours (2-3 full days per week), depending on educator availability. Tutors will also be required to complete sessional reports for your groups each session. All students are entitled to 15-hours of tuition, so placements will take place for 15-weeks (excluding holidays), meaning tutors must be able to commit to the role on a long-term basis. This opportunity may also lead to long term / permanent positions in schools to be an Intervention Teacher or Tutor.

The School

This is an average-sized Primary School in Wythenshawe. They were inspected by Ofsted in 2019 and graded ‘Outstanding’. Our school is seeking tuition for a number of pupils with SpLD, so it is essential that the successful applicant has experience working with pupils with SEN and is committed to supporting young people catch up after a turbulent couple years in their education.


  • Qualified Teacher Status or a Degree in a related subject
  • Experience in tutoring / education is essential (particularly with KS1/KS2 pupils)
  • Strong behaviour management skills are essential
  • Strong knowledge of the Primary National Curriculum
  • Confident to deliver phonics (desirable)
  • Experience of preparing Year 6 students for their SATs (desirable)
  • Experience working with students with additional needs such as dyslexia (desirable)

Working for Teaching Personnel has many benefits which include:

  • Rates of pay varying from £25 to 40 per hour (will vary depending on group size)
  • Opportunity for long-term roles and stability
  • Access to thousands of free CPD courses
  • Informed & Supportive consultant to assist you throughout the process
  • Full information on the role before commitment

All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role as well as the Right to Work in the UK. Please see for details.
All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay. This advert is for a temporary position. In some cases, the option to make this role permanent may become available at a later date.
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