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Physics Teaching Assistant - Braintree If you break the laws of man, you go to jail. If you break the laws of God, you go to hell. If you break the laws of physics, you go to Sweden and get a Nobel Prize. If you can break through the teaching norms, then this could be the position to you. Experiment with education and create a productive environment for students to grow. ***Physics Teaching Assistant post available immediately ***Large secondary located in Braintree ***£60-£65 per day ***Long Term, Full-Time role ***Supportive and developing environment Physics Teaching Assistant Specification This Physics Teaching assistant will have a 2:2 or above degree classification. You will be committed to working within education and supporting the learning for all students. This Physics Teaching Assistant will have great ambition of completing teacher training and will bring a fresh and exciting view of Physics. You will be a hard-working, dedicated member of staff who has the desire to encourage more students to engage with Science. About the Physics Teaching Assistant Role As a Physics Teaching Assistant, your role will involve you work closely with the science department to create fun and inventive lesson plans. You will have the opportunity to develop lesson plans and use your experience to influence them. Working closely with the school, you will develop a strong understanding of behaviour management schemes and learn to deal effectively with challenging behaviour. Apply for this incredible Physics Trainee Teacher opportunity in Braintree today and take the first step towards achieving and exceeding your career goals. Get your CV over to Amber Claydon at EduStaff by clicking ‘apply’ now.. Please note: due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted
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  • £60 - £65/day £60-£65 per day
SEN Teaching Assistant - Colchester If a child can’t learn the way we teach, maybe we should teach the way they learn. If you have experience working within SEN or desire a career as a child psychologist then we would love for you to get in touch. This school is offering a fantastic opportunity for you to develop your skills within the SECNO department. ***SEN Teaching Assistant at a forward thinking secondary school ***Colchester ***£60-£65 per day ***Long Term, Full-Time position starting immediately ***Dedicated SEN team SEN Teaching Assistant Specification As an SEN Teaching Assistant, you will be an empathetic personality. You will have an understanding of different special educational needs and be able to adapt your hand to deal with an array of different situations. As a SEN Teaching Assistant, you will have the desire to develop your career within education or have a strong desire to use the skills learnt as a child psychiatrist or behaviour mentor. About the SEN Teaching Assistant Role At this forward-thinking school in Colchester, you will be assisting the SENCO department in their work to support all educational needs and find a way of making learning inclusive for everyone. As a SEN Teaching Assistant, you will support the students 1:1 as well as in small groups and connect with them in order to suitably adapt situations to their needs. Get ahead of the competition and apply for this SEN Teaching Assistant position in Colchester immediately! Send Amber Claydon your cv by clicking the ‘Apply’ button.. Please note: due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted
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  • £55 - £65/day £60 per day
English Teaching Assistant - Walsall An Ofsted rated 'Outstanding' secondary school in Walsall are looking for a physics graduate who aspires to become a teacher *** English Teaching Assistant *** Graduate post *** Acknowledged secondary located in Walsall *** £60 per day *** Long Term/Interim, Full-Time role A well-run secondary school in Walsall, located near to some excellent transport facilities, is seeking an ambitious English graduate who wishes to start a career in teaching, to work in a Teaching Assistant role. The standard of CPD, training, and pastoral support for staff hugely exceeds national averages due to the school's position as a certified 'Training School'. Thanks to an extensive network of businesses, organisations, and individuals, the school boasts an amazing support system. This English Teaching Assistant role involves you supporting pupils across Key Stage 3 & 4. The role will start you on your journey to reach your career goals through a personalised CPD programme and teaching in the popular English Department. You shall have the full support of the Head of English and by observing the classroom teachers you will learn how to create exciting lesson plans. In addition you will have the opportunity and be encouraged to get involved in extra-curricular activities including a wide range of sport , music and art clubs available to the pupils. This post requires an enthusiastic and ambitious English graduate who has earned a 2:1 class degree or better and has the drive and commitment to dedicate their efforts to the school. You will need to prove your desire to become a teacher through consistently motivating pupils. If you agree that this is the perfect place to start your career, apply for the Physics Teaching Assistant role at this classic secondary school in Walsall today! Click 'Apply Now' and send your CV and covering letter to David Baker at EduStaff. Please note: due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted
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  • £55 - £65/day £60 per day
Physics Graduate Teaching Assistant - Walsall An Ofsted rated 'Outstanding' secondary school in Walsall is looking to take on a physics graduate who has aspirations of becoming a teacher. *** Physics Teaching Assistant *** Graduate post *** Long Term/Interim, Full-Time role at an optimistic secondary *** Position starting immediately *** £60 per day This large, diverse secondary school in Walsall are currently looking for an enthusiastic Physics Graduate to join their school as a Learning Mentor/Teaching Assistant. The school is located in Walsall and is easily accessible via an excellent local bus service. Additionally there is secure on-site parking for those that drive. The school has a diverse mix of pupils, giving any prospective, future teacher the opportunity to develop class room skills that will stand them in excellent stead on the road to becoming a qualified teacher. My client is a high achieving school that demands the best from both its pupils and teaching staff. Your excellent knowledge across the sciences and in particular physics will be used to good advantage supporting a small number of pupils in the subject. As well as your degree speciality you should have a good knowledge of general science in order to offer the best possible support to this one pupil. You will be well supported in your role as a Physics Graduate Learning Mentor/Teaching Assistant by the head of the faculty and other teaching staff. This will give you the opportunity to gain invaluable classroom experience and learn best practice prior to studying to be a teacher, whichever route you take. This Physics Teaching Assistant position will equip you with all the necessary skills for your future career. Apply to become a part of this optimistic secondary in Walsall today. Click 'Apply Now' and send your CV and covering letter to David Baker at EduStaff. Please note: due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted
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Learning Support Assistant Join this lovely 1-form entry primary school in Maidstone as a KS2 Learning Support Assistant and make a difference to children with special educational needs' education here. Are you a Psychology Graduate from the Maidstone area who is looking to build upon your existing SEN experience before you move into clinical or Educational Psychology? Might an immediately available Learning Support Assistant role in a small, inclusive Primary school provide the varied SEN experience that you are looking for? *** KS2 Learning Support Assistant post available immediately *** Psychology Graduate with SEN experience required *** Welcoming, inclusive primary located in Maidstone *** £60 per day *** Full-Time Learning Support Assistant role (November-July) Person Specification - Learning Support Assistant This Learning Support Assistant position would suit a responsible graduate who has previous experience working with children who have special educational needs and who possesses second class degree at the very least. The new Learning Support Assistant will provide the ability to craft trusting relationships with those around you which enable smooth communication networks. You will arrive with high values placed on the importance of education and demonstrate this by giving the role your full potential. Ideally, the school need a graduate Learning Support Assistant who is able to maintain a positive, caring attitude that lets all their students feel happy and settled in school. About the Learning Support Assistant role This KS2 Learning Support Assistant role involves you helping to add another element to class learning within KS2 exclusively and you will be helping struggling and gifted pupils alike in small booster groups. Your Learning support Assistant responsibilities will include developing academic, social and emotional skills of SEN pupils and preparing them for the next stage in education. The Headteacher and SENCO are both caring teachers who will be more than happy to invest in your future through appropriate training and resources. It won't take long for you to feel at ease in this school as you are welcomed in by the successful Special Educational Needs Coordinator. The School This school is found in the Maidstone area and is small countryside Primary School with an inclusive ethos. Through an admirable approach to an inclusive education, this school caters for a high number of pupils with an SEN requirement. The school was part of a recent Ofsted inspection that deemed the school to be 'Good' overall but leadership has ambition for the school to improve even further. If you agree that this is the perfect place to start your career, apply for the KS2 Learning Support Assistant role at this accessible primary school in Maidstone today! Click 'Apply Now' and send your CV and covering letter to John Cobb at EduStaff. Please note: due to the volume of Learning Support Assistant applications, only successful applicants will be contacted
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  • £60 - £70/day £60-£70 per day
Primary Learning Support Assistant - Gravesend This welcoming and supportive primary school in Gravesend is looking for a calm and caring graduate to join the existing support team as a Primary Learning Support Assistant, supporting a range of children with dyslexia. *** Primary Learning Support Assistant post *** Learning Support Assistant - Starting immediately *** Inclusive primary with extensive SEN provisions *** Located in Gravesend, Kent *** Weekly Pay - £60-£70 per day *** Long Term/Interim, Full-Time Learning Support Assistant role Person Specification - Primary Learning Support Assistant For this Primary Learning Support Assistant post, you should be a caring graduate who has previous experience working with children who have special educational needs and has the skills to establish meaningful relationships with pupils. The right applicant will have high value placed on the importance of education and demonstrate this by giving the role their full commitment. Above all the school want someone who can provide a caring, nurturing environment where everyone feels at home. About the Role - Primary Learning Support Assistant This Primary Learning Support Assistant role involves you working in different classes across the whole school. Part of your role will be to provide whatever assistance in necessary in class, however the main focus of your role will be supporting a number of students who have dyslexia and other mild learning difficulties. You will be leading small groups on your own and mentoring those students on a 1:1 basis. Your responsibilities are to ensure the best possible educational outcomes for all pupils under your tutelage but you will work as part of a close-knit team and share challenges wherever possible. The school has designed specially adapted areas for SEN pupils which encourages a stimulating and interactive learning environment, and you will have access to these classrooms with your SEN pupils to help them further their academic and social achievements. The School - Primary Learning Support Assistant – Gravesend A supportive primary, this school found in Gravesend is a large main stream primary but the school cater for a large number of children with a range of mild SEN requirements. They have an expert team in place to deal with this need as well as highly skilled and experienced class teachers. The school has a fully involved PTA; funds raised this academic year have contributed to the school opening a brand new ICT suite. Well known throughout the area due to its high standards, this primary is the first choice for local parents and is currently oversubscribed. The school has seen superb success with its community outreach programme and is seen as a shining light for what can be done in even the most challenging of circumstances. If you would relish the chance to work at this inclusive and highly regarded primary school in Gravesend, apply for this Primary Learning Support Assistant role without hesitation! Click 'Apply Now' and send your CV and covering letter to John at EduStaff. Please note: due to the volume of Learning Support Assistant applications, only successful applicants will be contacted
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  • £60 - £65/day £60-£65 per day
Graduate Primary Teaching Assistant - Saffron Walden You know you're a teacher when you can remember the names of 427 former students but you can’t remember where you left your phone! If you are looking to work within education, have a desire to teach and provide students with your strong academics then this school wants you. So, this is what we are offering… *** Graduate Primary Teaching Assistant position available as a Long Term, Full-Time position ***Saffron Walden ***Charming primary school ***Starting immediately ***£60-£65 Per Day Graduate Primary Teaching Assistant Person Specification This Graduate Primary Teaching Assistant role is ideal for a creative and committed graduate with a 2:2 or higher degree classification. The successful candidate will be highly motivated to improve the learning of students and support them with their educational needs. This Graduate Primary Teaching Assistant will have ambition to develop their career within education and will be confident working with children. About the Role As a Graduate Primary Teaching Assistant you will be working across the school years, assisting the students in all aspects of their learning. This role will see you supporting the teacher in planning lessons, assist them with the lesson delivery and teach you behaviour management techniques. If you have ambitions of becoming a Trainee Teacher then this Graduate Primary Teaching Assistant role could offer you a great platform in achieving this. Develop all the skills you need in this full-time role. Gain first hand classroom experience and start your teaching journey. If you feel you would flourish as a Graduate Primary Teaching Assistant in this charming primary school in Saffron Walden then get your application in today! Click 'Apply Now' to send your CV to Amber Claydon at EduStaff today. Please note: due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted
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  • £70 - £85/day £350.00-£425.00 per week
Are you an aspiring Educational or Clinical Psychologist? Perhaps you are a graduate with an academic background and have the ability to support pupils with Mental Health concerns? If so, would you like to work as an SEMH Teaching Assistant in a Secondary School in East London, supporting pupils with SEMH statements? *** Graduates experienced working with SEN pupils and patients *** SEMH Teaching Assistant post available *** Mainstream Secondary School with Large Inclusion Unit – Mile End, Tower Hamlets *** Work with challenging students with SEMH statements and Mental Health concerns *** Immediate start, full-time long-term SEMH Teaching Assistant post *** Earn up to £85.00 per day as an SEMH Teaching Assistant An award-winning school, located within 5-minutes walking distance from Mile End station (Central and District Line) are seeking a career-minded graduate who is looking to gain at least a year-long experience in a superb secondary school environment. This school maintains a provision that meets the needs of every student within their care. The school has a large inclusion unit located on-site to protect students who display severely bad behaviour, who are vulnerable and may therefore have additional learning needs. The head of Additional Educational Needs is looking to appoint an SEMH Teaching Assistant to join their team and work with challenging pupils who face barriers such as self-esteem issues, disaffection or other emotional needs that need to be addressed. The purpose of this SEMH Teaching Assistant role will be to help make these pupils happier, more resilient, and open to learning. If you can't wait to combine your academic talents with your passion for SEN education, apply for this SEMH Teaching Assistant role at this superb secondary school in Mile End, London borough of Tower Hamlets today! Click 'Apply Now' and send your CV and covering letter to Ben Reeves at EduStaff. Please note: due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted. SEMH Teaching Assistant | Mile End, Tower Hamlets | Immediate Start
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  • £25000 - £50000/annum Main Pay Scale / Upper Pay Scale
Year 4 Teacher | Medway | January 2018 Are you looking for a school in which you will be well supported in your growth and development as a Teacher? Could a school with a strong sense of belonging and good scope for career progression be the perfect place to teach from January 2018? This Year 4 Teacher vacancy in a ‘Good’ Medway school is your chance to enjoy the camaraderie and support of an excellent team as the new Year 4 Teacher. *** Year 4 Teacher vacancy *** Medway *** Ofsted graded ‘Good’ primary *** Main Pay Scale / Upper Pay Scale *** Permanent, Full-Time position starting January 2018 *** This Year 4 Teacher position is suitable for both NQTs and experienced Teachers *** Interviewing now for a January 2018 start You will need to be a skilled and confident Year 4 Teacher who will demonstrate strong all-round ability in the classroom. The school wants to meet a Year 4 Teacher who will provide a style of teaching that enthuses pupils to always achieve their very best. It is important for the school that they meet a progressive Year 4 Teacher who has an innate sense of impeccable teaching practice and can evidence this having had their teaching consistently judged as ‘Good’ or ‘Outstanding’. This is a forward-thinking primary school located in central Medway. The combination of pedagogical excellence, brilliant exam results, and well-behaved students has meant that the school has been awarded a well-deserved ‘Good’ grade by Ofsted. Teachers at this school are well equipped, they have spacious and tidy classrooms and easy access to the latest resources to deliver high quality and stimulating lessons to pupils. The school has on-site parking available for drivers and for those commuting by public transport, the school is easily accessible by both bus and train. Click 'Apply Now' and send your CV and covering letter to Georgia at EduStaff. Please note: due to the volume of Year 4 Teacher applications, only successful applicants will be contacted. Year 4 Teacher | Medway | January 2018
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  • £60 - £70/day Daily rate of £60-£70
Are you an ‘Outstanding’ all-round academic graduate looking to secure a position in a top secondary school in Medway? Can you explain the more challenging areas of the curriculum in stimulating and simple to understand ways? Have you considered an Academic Mentor role? ***Academic Mentor position at a school in Medway *** You must have a strong academic record including a minimum of a 2:1 in your degree, strong A-Levels and GCSE grades ‘A-C’ grades in English, Maths and Science to be considered for this Academic Mentor role *** Experience working with children is preferred *** Daily Rate of £60-£70 as an Academic Mentor *** Interviewing now for an immediate start As an Academic Mentor will be moving throughout the school, key stages and departments to match the demand and the needs. You will be expected to work well both in group sessions and on a 1:1 basis, so the school wants to see an Academic Mentor who has the ability to communicate clearly with students of different abilities and backgrounds. The successful graduate for this academic mentor role will be working closely class teachers to devise lessons plans, assist in creating stimulating displays and managing resources. This Academic Mentor position would suit a passionate and confident graduate who has a long, proven history of academic success that includes at least a 2:1 in your degree. The perfect applicant for this Academic Mentor role will be a graduate who has previously worked with children, either in a tutoring role, as a teaching assistant or even in an extra-curricular club. The school wants to see a graduate Academic Mentor who has exceptional communication skills, both verbal and written, even when tackling the most difficult concepts. This Ofsted-rated ‘Outstanding’ school is located in Medway. This highly-regarded grammar school is forward thinking in everything that they do and is considered to be one of the most sought after schools in the local area. The school is easily accessible via public transport routes and has on-site parking available. Click ‘Apply Now’ and send your CV to Georgia at EduStaff to apply for this Academic Mentor position in Medway! Please note: due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted
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