Graduate EAL/SEN Teaching Assistant - Primary - Graduate Role

Recruiter
I Teachers.com
Location
Birmingham
Posted
10 Jan 2018
Closes
09 Feb 2018
Sector
Education
Contract Type
Contract
Hours
Full Time

Graduate EAL/SEN Teaching Assistant - Primary - Graduate Role

Do you have a passion to give children the best possible chances of success, no matter what their barriers to learning?

Are you seeking the next challenge to take on now you've completed your degree, and would thrive on the opportunity to make a difference from day one?

** If you are looking to take the first steps into education, prior to teacher training or further training, then don't delay - send your CV to Jamie at i-teachers for consideration. This is a second-t-none- opportunity for a high calibre graduate to create and implement strategies that will really make a difference to children in this diverse primary school. **

  • Graduate EAL/SEN Teaching Assistant
  • Responsibility from your first day
  • Diverse primary school
  • Paid £300 per week
  • Monday to Friday, full time hours
  • Exceptional training and development opportunities
  • Central Birmingham
  • Start date ASAP - Interviews being arranged now

This opportunity will give you fabulous experience as an EAL TA/LSA with all students in this inclusive primary school. You will primary be supporting this school to ensure that the aspirations and confidence of the children are raised and the school visions and values are implemented each day. Many of the children in this school are from a 'disadvantaged' background and come into school with low levels of confidence, self-esteem and literacy and numeracy.

You will be given all relevant training needed to deliver the curriculum and implement strategies to maximise performance. You will have access to continued professional development and advice on how to become an excellent Teaching Assistant and future teacher.

In this role you will be working alongside teachers to offer support with small groups of children and on a 1 to 1 basis. Most students have an individual learning and support plan that you will follow, however you will have the flexibility to implement behaviour and learning strategies that you feel will really make a difference.

You will need to have the ability to build rapport with students, staff and parents at time. You will need to have a minimum of a 2:1 degree. A degree from a Russell Group University and in a core subject is extremely advantageous. It is essential that you have some transferable experience from university or voluntary roles. If you are a Psychology graduate with experience then you will also be considered for this role!

The School is rated as Ofsted Good and is a hub of the community, where it supports not only the children that attend the school, but also the families and friends of the community who bring up these children. It has an excellent reputation within the community and has a focus on achievement and growth. All current staff have a passion to support new staff on their career move and progression. It is located within close proximity to Birmingham City Centre and is easily commutable from the surrounding areas.

If you feel that you have what it takes to remain resilient and positive in challenging yet highly rewarding role, then send your CV to Jamie at i-teachers today!


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