Graduate Teaching Assistant - Physics

10 Jan 2018
09 Feb 2018
Contract Type
Full Time

Graduate Teaching Assistant - Physics

Are you a confident, engaging Physics graduate who is passionate about making a difference and inspiring the next generation to love Physics?

Would you like to gain some invaluable experience working at a popular, dynamic secondary school in Manchester that boasts a fantastic development programme and the opportunity to train to teach in 2018?

If you are passionate about giving back to your local community and think that you could make an excellent contribution to this vibrant Physics department as a Teaching Assistant, please do not hesitate to apply.

Graduate Teaching Assistant - Physics

  • Physics Graduate role, 2:2 or above
  • Long term, full-time role
  • Physics Teaching Assistant
  • Excellent Pre-PGCE experience
  • Potential route to Schools Direct training in 2018
  • Full-Time Post (Mon-Fri)
  • Paid up to £300 Per Week
  • Ofsted 'Outstanding' Secondary School
  • Central Manchester location with excellent transport links

Person Specification

This popular secondary school is looking for a hardworking and dedicated Physics graduate who is considering teaching as a career in the near future. You will have a strong academic background and have a real passion for Teaching Physics.

The ideal personality match for this school would be an energetic and bubbly individual who can adapt to meet the needs of individual pupils. The school prides itself on the working environment and atmosphere it provides for its staff and would like to see a graduate who can fit into their culture. Ideally you will have some experience of working with children either through volunteering or paid work.

About the Role - Graduate Teaching Assistant (Physics)

As a Graduate Teaching Assistant you will be required to work with targeted students to ensure progress is being made, delivering intervention and 1:1 sessions where necessary. Your role will be varied day to day and the school will ensure that you are happy and settled into your new role.

After a period of training and as your confidence grows, you will be able to deliver your own 'mini' lessons to small groups of students and assist in planning exciting lessons with the teacher. You can really bring out your creative side and get involved in fun practical experiments. This role until the end of July is perfect for anyone considering a PGCE in September 2018.

To be considered for this role please send your CV to Holly at i-teachers right away. Interviews will be held ASAP.

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