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Some Supply Work, some other ideas ?

Discussion in 'Supply teaching' started by zenzuata, Aug 5, 2010.

  1. Part-time live online teaching opportunities:

    Interhigh has on ongoing need for teachers - please send a cv and covering note to admin@interhigh.co.uk - they seem to be moving in a number of new directions - more tutoring as well as their live classes. Rumour has it that Humanities and English might need more support from part-time teachers. They are also offering "A"-levels where they can - sorry, no word yet on exact subjects.

    Briteschool need part-time one-to-one tutors for Primary and possibly Maths. Email enquiries@briteschool.co.uk
    http://www.briteschool.co.uk

    Northstar UK, who offer assignment-based distance learning programmes courses, are offering more subjects each year. If you have a more unusual subject, you might like to contact them on

    http://www.northstaruk.org/contact-us.html


    No news on vacancies at Nisai and Accipio, though demand for provision from LEAs should remain robust at KS2 to KS4:
    http://mlg.nisaiva.com/schools/nva2/default.aspx (the Virtual Academy)
    and
    http://www.accipio-learning.com/contact.html email recruitment@accipio-learning.com
     
  2. Update: Interhigh appear to have the need for less mainstream subject teachers, and are developing their support for Private Schools and LAs. More "A" level subjects next year, too.
     
  3. Updates !
    More on Interhigh: <a href>http://www.interhigheducation.com/tutors/faq.shtml#need[/URL]

    Briteschool are encouraging applicants: "we will very soon need a Secondary Maths teacher for a couple or more hours per week, with an A-level course planned for Sept 2011, and perhaps a Secondary Science teacher too, preferably a Biologist, or else a Physicist" http://www.briteschool.co.uk/contactqueries.htm

    (They don't seem to shout about it very obviously !)

    A new one to try speculative applications to is:

    http://www.academus.org.uk/ who are (apparently) concentrating on the LA market, as well as NISAI and ACCIPIO (see above).

    And the nascent online LAFFAH, whose website has been down this past couple of weeks, but who are moving to online provision in addition to their physical tutoring (in London, N9)
     
  4. Hello again.

    Another to add to your "nascent" list:
    http://periplus.org.uk/


    Look like they are opening in Sept - no teacher details visible, but speculative CVs no doubt encouraged.


    Laffah seem to have a list of academics, but not a lot else.


    Other news on the more established live online schools:
    Interhigh continue to expand - A-level teachers required in a limited range of subjects (can't copy and paste stuff from Safari - their site doesn't work in Safari, it seems);
    Academus are rumoured to be doing well (website updates seem rare) - Secondary only;
    Briteschool seem to require a Primary teacher or maybe two, as well as possibly more Secondary teachers (Maths is mentioned, but they have left updating the website for 5 or 6 weeks, too).


    No news on the others, sorry.
     
  5. New online school: netschool - looks like they open in a few weeks.
     
  6. Any updates, zenz?
     
  7. elvispenhaligon

    elvispenhaligon New commenter

    This is going to be a massively growing field. This is in fact the future.

    I wonder how the funding aspect of it works.
     

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