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I was emailed saying £65, but really got from £34 for half day and £44 for full day, after the tax, and agent money removed I guess. Even though they didnt mention anything like so.

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Yes they do. Even though I am currently working within a school 3 days a week and a governor due to my past history I felt like I wasn't good enough to work for them. I have an enhanced dbs check due to the nature of working with the children and through the nature of working with the children directly or indirectly I wasn't good enough to meet their criteria. I can not answer as to how long background checks take, however I wasn't given a chance to go any further.

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Simple, Welcoming.

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If you want a challenge, thinking of a career within education, if your a graduate student wanting to gain experience to become a teacher, if your a retired teacher who just wants to be back in the life of education as its so flexible and works around you. I would say if your like kids and like to see them flourish whilst you help them learn.

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Website easily available online..make contact through email or phone.

They will offer an interview where you will be required to take proof of your qualifications and CRB check and provide referees

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Flexible..you may choose which days and areas you wish to work in.

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Outstanding in my experience and very organised.

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If you have experience as a tutor or working with young people, emphasise that during the interview. Really sell your passion for your subject, education generally and wanting young people to succeed.

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