Librarian and intervention role
Education Network are currently working with a large school in Manchester who are looking for an individual to do a dual role.
To assist the School Librarian in promoting and developing the school library in order to provide an efficient service to pupils and staff.
Managing the issuing and returning of the library's stock
Shelving stock and keeping the library in good order
Provide support for cataloguing of new material to the library collection.
Processing new material so that it is ready for shelving
Managing the library management system and supporting its use by students
Running the overdue system
Help library users find material to meet their needs
Assisting library users to become proficient in using on line resources
Encourage pupils and staff in using the library through supporting a range of library based activities
Supporting the school librarian with the supervision of students using the library and any
Other duties reasonable to assist in the smooth operation of the library
Generally, the main purpose of an Intervention Tutor is to enable students who are underachieving to reach their target attainment levels by providing coaching and activities outside of the main activities of the wider student group. ... Monitoring and reviewing the progress of students.
Working on a one to one or in groups with children from Y7-11 who need extra support
Delivering sessions in Maths, English and Science as well as some other GCSE subjects
Enable these children to access the curriculum and use the library resources
This position is initially for a term with a view to becoming a permanent role. If you have experience of both roles and are interested in applying, please send your CV, outlining your relevant experience to Manchester@ednetwork.co.uk