Biology Teaching Assistant - Romford, Havering
Are you a Biology graduate looking to gain some experience as a Teaching Assistant before you start a PGCE?
Maybe you have already graduated and you want to explore a career in education as a Science Graduate Teaching Assistant.
This large secondary school in Romford, Havering is looking for a Science graduate to join their school and support booster sessions in GCSE and A-level as well as helping some pupils 1-1 as a Teaching Assistant in the classroom.
***Biology Teaching Assistant post
***Graduate Science Teaching Assistant role starting ASAP
***Supportive secondary located in Romford, Havering
***£70-£80 Per day Biology Teaching Assistant
***Long Term/Interim, Full-Time Biology Graduate role
***Teacher Training Available
***Biology Graduate - Chemistry Graduate
For this Science Teaching Assistant Position, you must be a responsible Science graduate who has the skills to show a genuine passion for education. You will have the skills to share your love for your subject with your pupils and demonstrate a passion for inclusion, by supporting pupils with extra needs.
In this Science Teaching Assistant position, you will be working in the SEN department and alongside the Science department. One of the key tasks of this role is to support SEN pupils inside the classroom, as you guide them through personalised activities which aim to develop their academic, social and emotional abilities. In this Graduate Science Teaching Assistant position, you will be enjoying a comprehensive training and continual professional development package that in other schools, would only be on offer to teachers and NQTs.
Apply now for this Biology Teaching Assistant position in Romford, Havering at an enterprising secondary school where you can build a great future for yourself and for those in your care. Click ‘Apply’ and send your covering letter and CV over to Matthew Stanley at EduStaff.
Please note: due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted.
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