Graduate Primary Teaching Assistant - Central Birmingham location
Would you like to use your tutoring experience to have a positive impact towards children's learning and development within a caring and ambitious primary school?
Are you an aspiring Primary School Teacher, who is looking to gain invaluable paid work experience prior to your teacher training?
Perhaps you would relish the opportunity to work as a Graduate Primary Teaching Assistant for the rest of the academic year?
- Graduate Primary Teaching Assistant
- Graduate Role
- Organising and leading small group interventions
- UK based degree essential and minimum 2:1 required
- Strong A Levels
- Excellent CPD and access to staff weekly training
- Experience highly desirable
- Paid £60-£65 a day
- Full time, Monday to Friday hours
This friendly, 3-form entry primary school is looking for a warm and welcoming graduate to work malleably throughout the whole school. Each class has a Teaching Assistant, and you will be that sought-after addition to every classroom and intervention structure.
You will be expected to work 1:1, in small groups or cover some aspects of lessons where needed. You will need to be able to adapt to different social, academic and emotional needs and think on your feet when helping with school work. You will be responsible for creating your own lunchtime inclusive extra-curricular activities for children throughout the school.
This is a really exciting opportunity to use and develop your natural teaching abilities to become more confident and well-equipped moving into the next stage of your career.
Due to the nature of this role, it is important that you are looking to gain experience throughout all Key Stages. If you have a specific hobby or interest, then this is desirable because the school are looking for somebody who would be willing to start up a new club.
You will need to have a degree with a minimum if a 2:1 classification and be confident in your core subject ability, as well as have strong A Levels. Preferably, you will have experience with children, either through tutoring, extra-curricular activities or other relevant role and have a genuine desire to become a teacher.
The school itself is in a diverse area of central Birmingham with children with varying needs and backgrounds. They are rated 'good' by Ofsted and are keen to support, develop and retain their staff members. Many of the children are from 'disadvantaged' backgrounds, so empathy and the drive to really make a difference is essential.
If you are looking for a school that is committed to your future, then don't hesitate and send your CV today to Jamie at i-teachers.
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