Are you a recent graduate with a passion for education who wants to pursue a career in teaching?
Perhaps you are considering starting your Teacher Training in September but would like to gain some essential classroom experience first?
Would the opportunity to make a difference by working closely with children who require extra support in the classroom be appealing to you?
A primary school located just south of Central Liverpool is looking to appoint a compassionate individual to work 1:1 with a child in their school…
Graduate Teaching Assistant – Primary
School located close to city centre with superb transport links
Full-time, long term role running until the end of the academic year
Earn £350-£375 per week as a Graduate Teaching Assistant – Primary
Recent graduate with minimum 2:1 in core subject or related degree is essential
Work 1:1 with a well-behaved child who requires extra support to complete work
School has a superb reputation for developing outstanding teachers
Great opportunity to gain 1:1 experience prior to starting a PGCE
Interviewing remotely immediatelyThe school is dedicated to doing the best for all their children and are passionate about teaching and learning, ensuring the best quality education academically, socially and emotionally for all children. They believe in a culture of high expectations for all learners, in terms of achievement and behaviour and will endeavour to provide a happy, caring environment where all children are encouraged and supported to achieve their potential and flourish.
While it is the school’s priority that the education the children receive with them will enable them to achieve their academic potential and progress confidently into the next phase of their education, it is also part of their vision that all children are filled with positive experiences, feel happy and valued and develop a sense of friendship, tolerance and understanding.
The school is looking for a devoted individual that is caring and compassionate and will relish the opportunity to make a positive impact on the learning experience of the children they work with. You will be expected to work 1:1 with a boy who requires 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 teacher to gain some invaluable experience. The right candidate will be committed and willing to enter the school environment with an open mind, ready for any challenge that they may face.
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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