Graduate Teaching Assistant - Intervention Tutor

Brentwood, UK
19 Jun 2019
03 Jul 2019
Contract Type
Full Time
Graduate Teaching Assistant | Learning Support Assistant | Intervention Tutor

Aspire to Teach | Core Subject Graduates aspiring to teach required for Brentwood Secondary School

This comprehensive secondary school based in Brentwood - Essex is looking ahead to September 2019 to welcome a small number of graduates to join their successful support team; an ideal jumping off point for those aspiring teachers aiming to build school experience before embarking on teacher training in the future.

Have you recently graduated with a 2:2 or higher in a core subject or related degree such as Science, Maths, English, MFL or humanities? Do you aspire to teach but feel you need to build confidence and experience in a classroom setting? If so, look no further!

** Graduate Teaching Assistant | Learning Support Assistant | Intervention Tutor
** Ofsted 'Good' Secondary School | Brentwood - Essex
** Forward-thinking, oversubscribed school
** Excellent training & development
** Full-time | September Start
** £70 - £80 Daily Pay Rate *experience Dependant

Each year this school appoints core subject graduates to join their support team in a combination of Teaching Assistant, Learning Support Assistant and Intervention Support roles. The executive headteacher of this federation of schools understands the importance of providing a strong training and development platform for up and coming teachers. As such, you will be afforded training, support and guidance from experienced teachers and practitioners that will prepare you for your teacher training in the following academic year.

Here's what's in store for those successful core subject graduates joining this September:

• Receive exceptional training & development from passionate teachers and senior leadership.
• Build your knowledge and skill set, gradually increasing your responsibilities throughout the placement.
• Master the Teaching Assistant / Learning Support Assistant roles and develop an understanding of effective teaching practice.
• Gain experience supporting students at a range of abilities.
• Gain experience supporting pupils with learning difficulties and SEN.
• Earn a competitive salary whilst preparing for your teacher training.

The successful candidates will:

• Have a 2:2 or higher degree in a core subject or related degree.
• Possess a desire to inspire young people to learn along with a passion for education.
• Be able to commit full-time from September 2019 for at least one full academic year.

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