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Primary SEN Tutor New

Teaching Personnel

£20 - 30 per hour


Temporary | Part Time



Do you have experience of planning, delivering, or assisting young people with special educational needs, known as SEN and SEMH (social, emotional and mental health)?

Are you passionate tutoring and supporting SEN and SEMH pupils to help them reach their full potential?


This primary SEN/ SEMH tutor role will be ideal for someone who is a qualified teacher (QTS), confident teaching KS1 and KS2 English and Maths, and are looking for flexible work.

The location of this role is based in Colchester, but more specifically will be based on a pre – agreed location (either at their local home or public library).


The SEN/ SEMH tutor role involves:

  • Working with children in a 1:1 format at their homes or local area (public library).
  • Planning resources around the child’s needs – could be English and Maths or educational learning through play.
  • Skills to keep the child engaged.
  • Managing and implementing a range of behaviour management techniques.
  • Establishing and building a rapport with the child.

What we are looking for in an SEN/ SEMH tutor:

  • SEMH and/ or SEN experience.
  • Experience working with children with challenging behaviour.
  • Able to plan and deliver engaging core academic sessions, tailored to the pupil’s learning level.
  • Assessing and track the pupils progress to achieve their desired learning outcomes and provide feedback.

Benefits of working with TP Tutors:

  • Competitive hourly rate of £30 p/h
  • Flexible working pattern
  • Local and regular work
  • You’ll have your own dedicated and hands – on tuition consultant to assist you – with future roles too!
  • We provide online learning modules for our tutors.
  • We provide access to our online platform LEAP, where tutors can report a pupils engagement, attendance and progress easily.
  • We have established good working relationships with over 80 local authorities, so have plenty of work for our tutors.

All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role. Please see the FAQ’s on the Teaching Personnel website for details.
All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay. This advert is for a temporary position. In some cases, the option to make this role permanent may become available at a later date.
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