Maths TA required - Immediate start - West London

Recruiter
Academics
Location
Hounslow
Salary
£70 per day
Posted
30 Sep 2017
Closes
07 Nov 2017
Sector
Education
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Are you a committed, focused individual with excellent subject knowledge?** Secondary Teaching Assistant** Maths support** Calling all Maths Graduates** Full time position** Hounslow secondary School** Ofsted 'Outstanding'** Excellent support available** Supporting - 1:1 basis** Great Pre PGCE opportunityDo you believe you are an enthusiastic and driven individual who is confident in working on small group work and on a 1:1 basis in an excellent Secondary School?An excellent Secondary School based in the borough of Hounslow are seeking a Teaching Assistant to work within the maths department to start immediately through to July 2018.The School are keen to meet with suitable candidates immediately for an interview and being successful starting a trial week to allow you an insight o your potential role.As a Teaching Assistant you will be required to work closely with the SEN coordinator and head of department to ensure you are utilising your degree knowledge and experience as well as allowing you to gain some invaluable experience within class.You will be given the chance to take on intervention groups in maths giving pupils the opportunity to focus fully on this subject.You must be a passionate and driven individual who is eager to make an impact on secondary pupil's ability in Maths.You must have excellent subject knowledge to be considered.The SEN Coordinator is very supportive and looks for individuals who are eager to pursue a career within secondary education.If you are confident, consistent and driven to gain the relevant experience required to strengthen a future PGCE then please apply today.Please send your CV detailing all child related experience to Amy at Academics. Please detail any voluntary or paid assignments, tutoring, mentoring or summer camps will all be advantageous.
Salary: £70 per day. Date posted: 29/09/2017