Graduate Teaching Assistant for Science
Graduate Teaching Assistant for Science - Central London
A graduate with an outstanding academic record and a charismatic personality to match is wanted to join this acknowledged secondary school in Central London as a Graduate Teaching Assistant for Science.
***Graduate Teaching Assistant for Science position in Central London
***Permanent, Full-Time role at a well-backed secondary
***Position starting September
***£70-£80 per day
Graduate Teaching Assistant Person Specification
To be considered for this role you must be an intelligent Science graduate who has previous experience supporting children and achieved well in your degree, having earned at least a second-class degree. You must possess a personable character who is easily approachable and the passion for achieving in education. The school wants graduates who can support their pupils’ issues in a concerned manner and become an inspirational figure to the student body. It is essential for you to possess the commitment to education, there will be possibilities to train as a teacher at this school in the next academic year.
About the Graduate Teaching Assistant Role
In this Graduate Teaching Assistant position you will be working to support the Science Department. This Graduate Teaching Assistant for Science position involves running intervention sessions and small groups as well as full class support. The school offer Premier Pathways PGCE programme so aspiring teachers who show promise will be encouraged to apply for this. The department has a particularly experienced and supportive Head of Department and you will have the chance to join one of the clubs or societies at the school. Begin to develop confidence in your abilities by following the guidance of a Senior Teacher mentor and supporting learning and development is your focus.
This school is a well-supported secondary found in Central London, is walking distance from the Northern Line and there is parking available for drivers. It enjoys fantastic provision for its SEN and EAL pupils and is extremely well-resourced and has large grounds. It is a cornerstone of the local community and is often oversubscribed. This school has worked hard to improve its Ofsted standing and when recently inspected was deemed to be a 'Good' school overall. The parents, governors and Senior Leadership Team here are all in agreement that the right way forward for the school is an open, inclusive partnership.
This is a fantastic opportunity for you to shape the lives of young people and inspire inquisitive minds within your subject of Science. If you think you can help transform the opportunities for the community this secondary school serves then we would like to hear from you for this Graduate Teaching Assistant for Science position. Send your CV to Emilie Pecheur at EduStaff by clicking ‘Apply now’.
Please note: due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted.