Graduate EAL Teaching Assistant - Primary

£275 - £300 per week
07 Nov 2017
16 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

Are you contemplating which career path would suit your future aspirations and a career in teaching is appealing to you at the moment?

Perhaps you hold a TEFL qualification with experience of Teaching English abroad from travelling or your year abroad at university?

Maybe you're unsure of how this can be an asset to you?

This is an excellent opportunity for a talented graduate who has a real passion for education. This role is perfect for graduates who have an understanding of EAL and the barriers that these children may face in challenging, unfamiliar environments!

Primary Teaching Assistant - EAL

  • Graduate role
  • Minimum 2:1 degree
  • Monday-Friday term time
  • Paid up to £300 per week
  • Supportive Primary School with excellent training
  • Polite and welcoming children

Person Specification - Graduate Teaching Assistant:

The perfect candidate for this role will hold a minimum of a 2:1 degree and show a passion for education. You may not be set on a career in teaching, but a commitment to this role and school is all that is needed at this stage. You will need to be highly energetic and have a positive outlook each day. To be successful in this school, you will need to be proactive and flexible to meet with the demands of a fast-paced primary school. You may have some experience teaching English as a Foreign Language abroad from university or your gap year, and want to put this into long-term practice!

About the Role:

This role will involve you joining a supportive and multicultural Primary School as a teaching assistant. You main responsibilities will involve working with children in the reception class who speak English as an Additional Language and who may display other barriers to learning. You may be required to work 1:1 to deliver booster and intervention strategies with pupils and liaise with their class teacher/parents. This is a highly rewarding role to enable children who are vulnerable to integrate with their peers and feel confident in their new surroundings.

About the School:

This primary school is in the Wolverhampton area and is easily accessible by public transport. The school aims to provide every child with the best possible start to education and in life and would welcome a long-term staff member. Many of the children within the school come from a low socio-economic background, so it's important to be able to communicate and empathise with a variety of people from different backgrounds,

How to apply:

If you are interested in this role, then don't hesitate, click APPLY NOW and send your CV to Jamie at i-teachers!

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