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1:1 Tutor

Various casual hours available.
Grade will be dependent on experience.

Faringdon Community College (FCC) is an “outstanding” school (OFSTED 2008), a successful and well-established 11-18 co-educational secondary comprehensive school, which embraces the idea of lifelong learning and community education. The school has an excellent local reputation and is known for inspiring exciting teaching and learning where teachers are supported and encouraged to help every student to achieve individual success and realise their potential.


As a dynamic organisation, we are always looking for new ideas and ways forward. The strong and motivated team of teaching and non-teaching staff are committed to providing the best education they can and have an energy and enthusiasm which makes FCC a rewarding place to work.


Faringdon Community College is part of the Faringdon Academy of Schools, an eight school multi-academy trust, which was established on 1st April 2012.


We are seeking to appoint a bank of calm, engaging and passionate tutors who can work on a 1:1 basis to support pupils who require additional provision.  This may include working with vulnerable young people, pupil premium plus children and pupils who have been excluded. The tuition may be offered here at FCC, in the pupil’s home, or in the care setting, whichever is deemed most appropriate.

Ideally, you will have QTS (Qualified Teacher Status), however demonstrable previous experience in an education setting would be considered. A broad understanding of core subjects is desirable.

If you have any questions, or would like any further information, please contact our Academy HR Officer, by emailing


An application form for the post can be found below. Please return your completed application form, along with a letter of interest outlining your suitability for the position, by noon on Monday 5th June 2017 to
Closing date: noon on Monday 5th June 2017.
Interview date: TBC.


Faringdon Academy of Schools is committed to safeguarding and protecting the welfare of children.  All successful candidates will be required to undertake a DBS check, and attend safeguarding training as part of their job role.