Easy-peasy: Wicklow company to create 15 teaching jobs as it launches online tutoring service
A Wicklow company is creating 15 new jobs with the launch of an online tutoring service for primary pupils and second- and third-level students.
School Is Easy North Wicklow/South Dublin, which is based in Bray, has partnered with a Canadian company which specialises in bespoke online teaching.
“As we battle to cope with the restrictions imposed by Covid-19 regulations, home-based learning has taken on a new importance,” says Sharon Bolger, Director of School Is Easy North Wicklow/South Dublin.
“At a time when health and safety is uppermost in everyone’s mind, we can bring you home education from a safe distance.
“Many parents who want their children to enjoy the benefits of one-to-one tuition are, nevertheless, nervous about having a stranger in their home or sending young students to a tuition centre and this is where School is Easy South Dublin/North Wicklow comes in.
“We provide safe, online tutorials that are recorded so that your child can future reference any topic covered.”
Anyone who is interested in becoming a tutor can send their details to firstname.lastname@example.org – please note applicants must be suitably qualified with teaching or professional qualifications or be in their second year of University study.
“SIE South Dublin/North Wicklow can offer one-to-one or group grinds for Primary, Junior Certificate or Leaving Certificate school students at a time that works for you and your family,” Sharon adds.
“We offer the following subjects, from Primary to Secondary to Specialist Third Level courses: Irish/Gaelige, English, Maths, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, French, German, Spanish, History, Geography, Business Studies, Economics, Design and Technology, Music, and Physical Education.
“We appreciate that each child is unique and that is it is incredibly important to find a tutor who understands both the students and their learning needs – whatever level they may be at.
“We take pride in matching students with qualified, supportive, and caring tutors.”