After several years learning and teaching-to-learn with ethical tutors, many of our students choose to stay on our teach-to-learn programme in year 12 and 13. This is a paid teaching programme, with paid traning in June/July of year 11 which comes with a significant deepening of your maths skills. We sometimes take on year 12 or 13 students without experience of learning and teaching-to-learn in ethical tutors, provided they are taking maths A-level and subject to an interview and practice session.
- Pays the young person £75 per month all year round ((including the long holidays)
- Continued bi-weekly sessions throughout years 12 & 13 to deepen understanding of the maths curriculum through teaching younger people, with all the usual support from your teacher
- Paid training month at the end of year 11.
- Three one month teacher training programmes over the two years (plus two more in year 9 & 10 if you join the pre-training scheme)
- Huge amounts of teaching experience with the depth of subject understanding, and the multiple social and practical skills that come from this
- Continued development of mindfulness and emotional intelligence
- The perfect sixth form job, £75 a month income, working only 3 hours a week in term time
- 13 weeks paid holidays (paid throughout the school year, including the long school holidays)
- A reference for university and first employment in which all of your skill sets and strengths will be mentioned at length
- Studying an A-level in the subject is not compulsory; in fact we like a mix of A-level on non-A-level studying sixth form teachers
- Full sick pay above statutory sick pay, including one-day sickness and long term sickness (up to one term).
All young adults on the teaching-to-learn programme need a sponsoring adult. The sponsoring adult needs to commit to making a pay-what-you-want financial contribution, though as for regular learners there is no fixed amount. People typically pay between £25 and £75 per month. The sponsoring adult also needs to book in any sickness absences (as these are paid in full) until the young person turns 18.
Year 10 & 11 Training Scheme
It is highly recommended for students interested in the year 12 & 13 teaching-to-Learn programme to join the training scheme in years 10 & 11. This scheme is completely free, and runs neatly along side you regular ethical tutors sessions. The commitment is to do one two three-session per long term teaching in the younger learners ethical circle of your subject. This will also allow you to take part in the month long summer teacher training programme (within the usual term time older group sessions).