Assistant Tutor (Former Employee) – Wolverhampton – 21 June 2018
A typical day at work would consist of coming in and marking the students work and also having them read a section of a book to you. i learned that students are very good at understanding. The hardest part was getting the students work marked on time as there was so much to do and not enough staff to handle all the work. The most enjoyable part of the job was meeting the children and making their education fun and engage the students to want to learn.
Teaching Assistant (Work Experience) (Current Employee) – Croydon, Greater London – 5 July 2017
I get to work with young people which is great, the company allows for me to work with a range of leaners and abilities. The management is great and supportive. Hardest part of the job is learning how to identify academic levels.
Class Assistant (Former Employee) – West Midlands – 4 July 2017
Working at Kumon was a pleasure. The most enjoyable part of the job was getting to know each student and their abilities to help them further their potential and education. Kumon gave me the opportunity to maintain a professional relationship with the parents of the students which is lacked in other organisations, in my opinion. Kumon have developed a sound routine that we all follow to maintain class discipline and organisation. The staff are all extremely supportive.
Kumon isn't a job which will pay for that brand new car you want, but it's a great way to help those that need it and enjoy yourself whilst doing so. It keeps you alert and in touch with different genres of people and the following generations. The work isn't demanding yet still requires dilligence and commitment and the pay is just a compliment to a very satisfying and intrinsically rewarding job.
Support Assistant (Former Employee) – Clements Road, London IG1 1EA – 3 July 2017
A typical day at work would be collecting the students from the door and seating them on their specific table sorted out by age. The children then would get on with their work and call if they need any help and call when they've finished. WI then check their answers and make them correct their mistakes and then add it to their review book. From time to time assessments are given to see a student's progress. Feedback is then given to parents showing them what marks they got in their work and how they are doing. Hardest part of the job was marking everyone's work as it had to be done quickly since two people are allocated to a minimum of 10 kids so time must be given to all 12 kids. Most enjoyable part is actually spending time with the kids and getting to know them.
It would get very busy around 4:30pm ish till 6:00pm. I learnt how to mark and teach children skills of both Maths and English. The managment was very well organised there were workers and students from all diffrent cultures and background. The hardest part of the job was when the kids did not listen and the most enjoyable part was working with kids and seeing diffrent people all the time.
Ideal for students in search of part-time work experience
Study Programme Assistant (Former Employee) – Kennington – 24 June 2017
Employees are required to mark and record student work throughout the working day. Occasionally, they will be required to interact with students to help improve the standard of their reading, writing or mathematical abilities. Additional duties include the 'maintenance' (cleaning) of the work space.
I helped mark the kids work , I learned teaching skills , how to work in a team, and lots of information the hardest part of the job was counting all the booklets at different levels that they had but I did it well as i am hardworking
• Tutoring students aged 4-11 individually and in groups. • Creating a lesson plans with new and enticing material and organising the lesson timetables for all the students. • Assisting students in areas of weakness, while providing the appropriate academic guidance. • Recording all information and data gained from lesson to provide feedback to the tuition leader and parents.
Tutor/Assessor (Former Employee) – Birmingham, West Midlands – 5 June 2017
• Helping and supporting students up to the age of 13 with Maths and English skills • Providing constructive feedback to students and parents in a positive and friendly manner • Explaining skills and methods of both Maths and English to students • Ensuring compliance with rules and standards of behaviour expected
Head Supervisor (Current Employee) – London, Thamesmead – 4 June 2017
A great place to consider a first job, not too much pressure but still representative of an everyday work experience. Management is good, they regularly check with you and support you to ensure that you are working to the best of your abilities.
Tutor Assistant (Current Employee) – Hounslow, Greater London – 1 June 2017
I have recently started working at Kumon. I enjoy it as since a child I have always have had an interest as working as a teacher or doing some sort of teaching that involved working with children. Overall i enjoy the job working with children and helping them out when they need help. However it can be difficult dealing with children who do not pay attention and do not listen and take ages to complete their work. it sometimes stresses me out about them not finishing on time before the session is over. But it is an enjoyable and friendly environment to work in.
fun workplace, enjoy working with children, receive the minimum wage