Have you have recently graduated with an Education or Psychology based degree and would like to add essential classroom experience to your profile?
Are you looking to complete your Teacher Training or a PhD in the future and a role as a Teaching Assistant would be the perfect preparation for this?
Perhaps you have a passion for working with children and would like to pursue a career related to this?
A friendly primary school is looking to appoint a motivated and ambitious individual to work as a class Teaching Assistant which will involve some 1:1 support work from January...
- Graduate Primary Teaching Assistant
- Full-time, long term role commencing from January 2022
- Earn £330-£360 per week as a Graduate Primary Teaching Assistant
- Recent graduate with minimum 2:1 in core subject or related degree is essential
- Work alongside the class teacher to assist pupils completing their work
- Some 1:1 support work required also - great opportunity to gain a variety of experiences
- Located centrally on the Wirral - great transport links available
- School has a superb reputation for developing outstanding teaching assistants
- Interviewing remotely immediately
The school's aim is to provide the best possible education for their pupils, set within the framework of their curriculum. The school aims to provide a range of activities that will allow each child's potential to be fully developed. The skills and learning related to the whole curriculum will be set in the context of the real world, making the curriculum a tool for both learning and life.
The school is located only a 10-minute drive away from Liverpool , with superb transport links meaning it is easily accessible from many locations. The school are looking to take on someone with the ambition to work within education who can assist in creating the most positive learning environment for their children as possible.
The role of Teaching Assistant will mean you are expected to fully support the class teacher during lessons and ensure all pupils are keeping on task and understand what they need to do. You will also be expected to work 1:1 on occasions with children who require extra support in order to concentrate in the classroom. As well as this, you will be given the opportunity to work with small groups of children during group tasks and also given the opportunity to be involved in the planning and leading of lessons.
The school see this as a great opportunity for an aspiring SEN or mainstream primary school teacher to gain some invaluable experience. The right candidate will be one that is aspiring to build a career in education by starting out as a Teaching Assistant.
If this opportunity seems perfect for you, click Apply Now and send your CV and Cover Letter to Tom Roberts at Empowering Learning to take your next step into the classroom.
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