Do you want to make a real difference to the lives of those most impacted by the current crises? Are you passionate about education and ensuring everyone has the opportunity to fulfil their potential? If you’re knowledgeable in the field of English and able to facilitate engaging, online sessions for children, we’d love to hear from you!
Based in North Kensington since 1983 and serving its poorest wards & those of surrounding London boroughs, Nova works with individuals from marginalised and disadvantaged communities who are looking to develop their potential and achieve a better future for themselves. Nova brings about real and lasting change in people’s lives by addressing every person as an individual and seeking out ways to best support that person to reach their goals. We endeavour to help every person that comes to us who is motivated and committed to improving his or her life.
Reaching 2,500+ people each year, we believe in improving people’s lives one person at a time, helping committed and motivated individuals to achieve their potential by:
• Developing knowledge, education and confidence
• Connecting diverse groups
• Providing opportunities
Our work, operates on 2 levels:
Grassroots Community Support – including responsive actions (e.g. Grenfell, COVID-19), education, IAG, family programme and volunteering
Wider Reaching Dialogue Events and Influencing – focussing on challenging stigma, prejudice and inequality – working with individuals, organisations, networks and decision makers to move through conversation to action
About Digital Home School Support Programme
Purpose of role
Many families have been thrown into the unknown world of home schooling – made even more challenging when your own education isn’t up to scratch or English is your second language. We are rolling out a free programme of home school support to those who are being most negatively impacted by being out of school – ensuring they don’t fall too far behind their peers when returning back to school.
The aim is to support children who may be falling behind with their studies as a result of Covid_19, mitigating as far as possible the widening attainment gap.
Duties will vary dependent on your skills/ availability but may include:
- Planning sessions in line with relevant Key stage curriculum (KS2 & KS3)
- Delivering engaging group sessions online on a weekly basis
- Delivering 1-2-1 support sessions on a weekly basis (DBS required for these sessions)
You need to be:
- A qualified teacher (QTS)
- Knowledgeable in your subject field
- Passionate about social change and making a difference
- DBS checked (if facilitating 1-2-1 support sessions)
Notes: This programme will evolve in line with social distancing rules and may adapt to being an additional home-work club to support children in “catching up” upon their return to school.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.