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Learning Officer: Primary Schools
Part-time Jobshare (Thursdays and Fridays)
Closing date: Sunday 19 May
Along with their jobshare counterpart, the post holder will manage the delivery of the primary schools programme covering EYFS, KS1 & 2, including activities connecting across the full breadth of the curriculum, and a current emphasis on STEAM subjects. This includes workshops at the museum and the depot, outreach sessions and activities for SEN schools.
You will work closely with the Learning Officer: Secondary Schools and the Learning Administrator, and alongside the Families, Communities and Young People’s programmes at the Museum.
You will be accountable for embedding best practice in museum education, training and supporting a team of freelancers and actors to deliver our programme. The post holder will work in a dynamic team of Learning staff to extend the reputation of the department internally and externally driving forward the School programme at LTM.
There are a number of varied and exciting opportunities at the museum which are offered throughout the year, from volunteering and internships through to work experience and placements.
Get Involved - find out all of the ways to get involved at London Transport Museum
Volunteering - opportunities relating to volunteering, work experience, work placements and internships.
Route into Work - a short pre-employment course for 16-24 year olds designed to prepare young people for meeting employers and applying for jobs, apprenticeships or placements.
Young Volunteer Programme - Young Volunteer projects are a fun and creative way for 16-25 year olds to get work experience by leading on developing and delivering a project with LTM.
At London Transport Museum, we believe that the welfare of children and vulnerable adults is paramount. We will ensure that all children and vulnerable adults who engage with our services are safe and protected. Our commitment to safeguarding excellence can been seen through how we train and support all our staff and volunteers, and how any concerns about the safety of children and vulnerable adults are managed.