Science Teaching Assistant - Physics & Chemistry
Physics & Chemistry graduates needed - Science teaching assistant / academic mentor role - salary £18,700 per annum - to start ASAP
Are you a Physics or chemistry graduate who would like to discover if teaching is your true calling before committing to a teacher training route?
Have you looked into the different routes and training schemes but do not yet have the belief that yi years ready for the responsibility of a whole class?
This forward thinking and progressive school in Newham, East London has a permanent contracted role as a teaching assistant / academic mentor for a high calibre chemistry or physics graduate to start as soon as possible.
Click APPLY NOW or call Phil at i-teachers and find out if this role is ideal for you - the hopes to offer you to a salaried teacher training route from September 2018!
Physics & Chemistry graduates needed
Science teaching assistant / academic mentor role
Salary - £18,700 per annum
Grads with 1st & 2:1 degrees in Chemistry or Physics required
Must have matching GCSE & A Level grades
Interviewing NOW to start as soon as possible
Salaried teacher training available from September 2018 - circa £21K per annum
Good & Outstanding graded School
Expanding school - great career opportunities
This is a great chance to find out of you are ready to become a teacher. This expanding and progressive school has two possible roles for Chemistry & Physics graduates to join as soon as possible and take a tested pathway to becoming the teacher that you have always wanted to be.
In the middle of an expansion plan this exciting school is looking for future teachers who wish to invest their career in the prosperity of the community. The school serves a diverse and expectant catchment area. The area has seen some gentrification since the Olympics and the Crossrail development. More and more aspirational families have moved into the area and new pupils entering the school have been treated to a collegiate feel school where learners are offered a well-rounded education that reaches beyond the boundaries of the curriculum.
Your role will be to support your subject teachers in every aspect of the teaching day. This will include planning and preparation of lessons and demonstrations of science. You will be tasked with finding resources and contributing to the lesson development. You will also have responsibilities with individual pupils who have barriers to learning and groups that you will manage outside of the classroom. This will be a great chance to develop your teaching and communication skills.
The school will do their part in providing a warm and positive learning environment in which to thrive as a teaching assistant. If you find this friendly and positively charged school to your liking then you will be invited to remain at the school in a salaried teacher training route from September 2018.
Pick up the phone and call Phil at i-teachers to learn more about this great opportunity - or click APPLY NOW and email your CV to Phil at i-teachers
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