Science Teaching Assistant
Chemistry or Physics graduate needed for a Science Teaching Assistant role - Top 6% School & 6Th Form College - Southwark, Central London
Are you an exemplary Chemist or Physicist who has a desire to investigate a career in teaching?
Have you explored the various routes into teacher training and would feel more comfortable in a teaching assistant role first?
Do you hold a 1st or 2:1 degree in chemistry or physics?
and can you commit to a full time Teaching assistant role in a high achieving and top attaining School and Sixth Form College in Southwark, Central London
Chemistry or Physics graduates needed
Science teaching assistant role
Top Achieving School & Sixth Form College
Excellent resources and well behaved pupils
Souithwark Central London
Earn £325 to £375 per week as a teaching assistant
interviewing now to start as soon as possible
possible salaried teacher training from September 2018
This exemplary school and sixth form in Southwark, Central London has built a great reputation and is oversubscribed each academic year for places in both KS3 & KS5. The school is a top achieving place of learning and is always in the top echelons of pupil attainment league tables.
This science teaching assistant role is suitable for a graduate of either chemistry or physics who holds a 1st or 2:1 grade a degree level.
The school is based in Southwark and is with an 8 minute walk of the nearest tube and within striking distance of all areas of London. The school is equidistant from both London Bridge and Waterloo Stations and any candidate who can get to these areas will be rewarded with a short commute.
Science teaching assistants will operate within their chosen specialism. This school looks to engage teachers at their strengths but there will be some work with pupils in years 7 and 8 where you will support teachers in all science areas.
As a science teaching assistant you will have to wear a few different hats. You will hop from supporting teachers in class - splitting the class into ability groups and reinforcing the teaching objective. You will also act as a subject mentor and talk to pupils in the later years of the school about your own experiences in tertiary education.
You will also have responsibilities to support pupils out of the class in academic catch-up and intervention sessions. These sessions will be in 1-2-1 and small groups and will be working with pupils of all ability and age ranges. This type of support will be a challenge and a good way to personally test your abilities and desire to become a science teacher.
This science teaching assistant role is designed to entice and capture an exciting academic who has a bright a positive approach to learning. The school would love to engage you in their ethos and convince you to stay on a salaried teacher training route from September 2018
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