Parents advertise for tutor to teach the Dark Arts of science to their son

Do you want to give up recruitment for teaching science dressed up as Professor Snape from the Harry Potter books?

The Metro reports parents Katie and John are currently advertising for a tutor for their 11-year-old son, who is struggling with science.

The advert, currently live on online tutoring agency Tutor House, is calling on the new recruit to transform the family’s kitchen into a miniature Hogwarts with props such as wands and quilts. Thankfully all costs are covered. 

The £75 per hour role requires a candidate with four years’ experience and a “strong knowledge of the whole Harry Potter series”. Depending on the topic the successful recruit may also get to dress up as Professor Sprout and Professor Hooch, as the family would like varied lessons depending on the topic.

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