To provide a safe and effective Hooping Teaching experience allowing our learners to leave feeling confident and able to teach Hooping Classes.

Tutors contribute to the achievement of these key objectives by:


ensuring that learners are successful by:

  • ensuring that information given to learners on course outlines and at the first class meeting is accurate, comprehensive, user friendly and sets up correct expectations about the course
  • carrying out an appropriate initial assessment of learners’ needs, prior knowledge/ experience and expectations
  • negotiating realistic and achievable individual learning outcomes
  • ensuring that no learner is prevented from achieving because of poor literacy and numeracy skills


ensuring high levels of retention and achievement by:

  • welcoming and facilitating the participation of learners, particularly those from under-represented groups, non-traditional learners and those who have benefited least from their initial education
  • creating a learning environment which respects individual differences in which all feel comfortable, respected and valued
  • motivating students, giving regular feedback on their progress and fostering a sense of achievement
  • setting targets to increase learner retention, achievement and satisfaction


ensuring the quality of teaching and learning continues to improve by:

  • planning & delivering high quality learning opportunities which
    • take account of different student needs and learning styles
    • allow the achievement of personal learning goals
  • being inclusive
  • differentiating the learning to match learner needs
  • promoting equality of opportunity
  • reducing barriers to learning in the classroom
  • involving students in the planning and evaluation of their learning
  • using a variety of teaching methods, including e-learning where appropriate, to facilitate learning
  • recognising and recording student achievement and providing prompt feedback to learners on their progress
  • being aware of progression opportunities both within our organization and outside and advising learners accordingly
  • ensuring their own and others’ health and safety through regular risk assessment, constant vigilance and reporting of risks and promotion of safe working practices
  • keeping up to date in their subject area and attaining relevant teaching qualifications