Teaching Assistant

Posted 21 June by Academics
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Teaching Assistant

Primary - Based in Oxford - ASAP start

Fantastic opportunity for aspiring Teachers!

Have you recently graduated from University and considering your next career step? Do you want to expand your child-related experience in a classroom setting?

An inclusive and supportive Primary school based in Oxford, are seeking their next brightest Teaching Assistant. The successful teaching assistant will be supporting across KS1 and KS2 classes, supporting Maths, Literacy and Phonics whilst ensuring all pupils have individualised needs met.

The role:

  • Job type - Contract
  • Pay - £83.33 - £90 per day
  • Hours - 08:30am - 03:30pm (Monday - Friday - term time)
  • Based in Oxford - great transport links!
  • Teaching Assistant
  • Primary Key Stage 1 & Key Stage 2.
  • Collaboratively working in a supportive, close-knit team.

About you:

  • Proactive nature, always looking to help and keep busy.
  • Possible stepping stone to the next stage into teaching or seeking an enriching career.
  • Graduates welcome with a 2:1 degree (STEM subjects desirable not required)
  • Experience with children in any setting (preferred)
  • Opportunity to open the door to be QTS qualified!
  • Excellent numeracy and literacy skills - supporting the children.
  • Enthusiastic for learning/education.

Set yourself with this excellent platform, for your next steps in YOUR teaching career in Oxford. The Teaching Assistant should be able to committee to the full contract basis.

The Teaching Assistant vacancy is to be filled ASAP or start of the new term in September 2024.

If you are an experienced or aspiring to start your journey to become a Teaching Assistant and you are interested in this position, please submit your updated CV to this advert.

Reference: 52928042

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