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Meeting weekly for 1 hour, with a young person aged 14-18 who needs a trusted adult in their life to support them.The tutoring programme is targeted towards young people who need support with their maths and English to be able to pass their GCSEs.All our tutors are volunteers who are able to support young people in their communities. We provide 3 hours of training for all of our tutors before they are matched with a young person.
Teaching & Training
Maths, Reading & Writing
- Good listener
- Can think outside the box
- Willing to follow safeguarding policies and procedures
- No previous tutoring experience needed but should be competent in either Maths or English
- Someone who has a good understanding of young people
- Overall knowledge of maths and English
Personal growth, new perspective, life-changing, inspiring relationship with the tutee. Some of our young people can’t afford to have a tutor, so this will be a sense of giving back to the community.
1 hour a week online
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You need to commit to a regular volunteering opportunity of around an hour a week. The table below shows the commitment required for each level of the DofE.
Minimum time: 3 or 6 monthsYou must do one of your volunteering, Physical or Skills sections for 6 months, the others for 3.
Minimum time: 6 or 12 monthsIf you heven't achieved your Bronze Award, you must extend your volunteering or the longer of your Physical or Skills sections to 12 months.
Minimum time: 12 or 18 monthsIf you heven't achieved your Silver Award, you must extend your volunteering or the longer of your Physical or Skills sections to 18 months.