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Graduate Teaching Assistant

  • Location: Newham
  • Start date: 07 Jan 2019
  • Category: Primary
  • Job reference: PE11074064
  • Branch: London Primary East
  • Consultant: Sat Malhi
  • Call: 020 3219 7710
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Job description
Have you volunteered or previously worked in a Primary school and really enjoyed the experience?

Are you a recent graduate with aspirations of training to become a Primary Teacher?

Would you like to gain paid work experience as a Teaching Assistant in a highly regarded Primary school located in East London?

A welcoming Primary school in Plaistow is looking to appoint a bright caring graduate as their new Teaching Assistant…

***Primary Graduate Teaching Assistant

***Earn up to £400 per week

***Welcoming Primary School located in Newham, East London

***Good Graded by Ofsted

***Top 10% Primary school nationally

***Teacher Training opportunities

A wonderful Primary school in East London are looking for a hard-working and committed graduate with a real talent with working with children. The school, known for its inclusive environment is ideal for someone to develop their teaching skills before going on to teacher training or a psychology based career. You will be working with children in KS1 and KS2 or the Year 6 children with their SATS; helping with academic intervention and ensuring behaviour is at its best in the classroom.

You should be a dedicated graduate who has experience working with primary aged children and earned a second-class degree or better. Ideally, the school need a graduate who is able to bring their supportive approach to helping SEN students, who would benefit from working with an enthusiastic and passionate individual. You must have the skills to take on the burden of extra responsibility and contribute to the whole school. The school want to meet applicants who have an approachable and agreeable nature that draws pupils out of their shells so that they can gain more from classroom learning.

This Primary Teaching Assistant position would suit determined graduates with strong academics and a real desire to become a Primary Teacher. It is essential you can demonstrate an affinity to the teaching profession and have the character and personality to become a teacher.

If you want to join this professional and passionate team as a Graduate Primary Teaching Assistant, get your application in now! Click 'Apply now' to send your CV to Sat Malhi at Protocol Education or call 020 3219 7735 for more information.
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