Whether you are a classroom teacher, working part-time, or a student in between degrees, working as a summer tutor can be an excellent way to make professional use of your summer holiday. If you have a passion for numbers, a flair for languages, or even a skill for a particular instrument, working as a tutor can be a rewarding and flexible way to share in your passion and interests with others. If you have a love for teaching, and the eloquence to share your knowledge in an engaging and creative way, then we would like to hear from you.
At Simply Learning Tuition we work with some of the most academically demanding families in the world, and we can offer you the chance to work in amazing locations, with bright and engaged intellectual high-fliers. The demand for tuition over the summer holidays is steadily increasing, and as a tutor with Simply Learning Tuition you can grasp the opportunity to corner some of this demand, whether you are offering local or online lessons, or staying with a family on a residential placement.
As a tutor on a residential job you could find yourself tutoring with a family for several weeks, staying with them at their holiday home, or perhaps even travelling with them on their yacht. If you would prefer to tutor closer to home, then daily and weekly lessons, or online tutorials, can offer you the flexibility to fit tuition around your other plans, projects and passions. We are looking for fun and creative tutors who can engage their students and explore all areas of learning. With the time that summer tuition jobs allow, you can have so much flexibility with your lessons, taking the learning outside of the confines of the classroom to explore museums, landmarks and galleries. We offer the chance to work with brilliant students through a personal, friendly and supportive agency. If you feel inspired to work as a summer tutor then we would love to hear from you. Simply send us your CV and a covering letter via the link below. A minimum 2:1 degree and previous tuition experience is essential.