Tuesday, 11 June 2019

Town Square Learning Centre Seeking Professionals and Tutors




Are you a tutor who is able to teach 6-16 year olds?

Do you have a valid DBS Check? 

Are you flexible and available on Saturdays within the Stratford area of East London? 

Would you also be confident working with children with Special Education Needs?

Town Square Learning Centre (TSLC) in Stratford are currently on the lookout for professionals who are qualified to tutor children, mainly on Saturdays and weekday evenings. They are also seeking to employ home tutors to carry out home visits throughout London on various weekdays.

Town Square Learning Centre are an organisation running weekly sessions for children ages 6-16 years. They proudly provide young people with the opportunity to join in their homework clubs and access learning assistance from dedicated tutors.

Weekly TSLC sessions provide an educational service inclusive of fun and interactive methods to help their young students. They are consistently working towards enhancing the numeracy and literary skills of their students and aim to lead the way forward for young people with innovative and creative teaching techniques.  

Town Square Learning Centre primarily opened their doors in Basildon and have now successfully branched out to begin providing their teaching services in Newham and East London! The organisation boasts a wealth of knowledge and expertise and their Director Hephzi Tagoe has won many awards for her participation and work in Science. Their new centre based in Stratford are currently taking enrolments for children aged 6-16 years.

If you would be interested in becoming a tutor or enrolling a young person at Town Square Learning Centre please contact Hirra on: 07908350526. Alternatively you may send a revised copy of your CV to hello@townsqlearningcentre.co.uk

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