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  • £60 - £70/day £60.00 - £70.00 per day
Are you an English graduate who holds a 1st Class Honours or 2:1 classification in your degree? Are you an aspiring teacher looking for experience to support your teacher training application? The Headteacher of this vibrant and diverse South East London Secondary school is seeking a highly literate graduate who is looking to enter the teaching profession in the future, to join them as an English Teaching Assistant! *** ASAP or January 2020 Start *** £60 - £70 per day *** 5 day per week Teaching Assistant Role *** South East London School *** 1st Class or 2:1 Classification Required A secondary school is looking for a high achieving Graduate Teaching Assistant to support their pupils as an English Teaching Assistant. For Teaching Assistant post you should be a passionate English graduate who has experience supporting students academically and achieved a 2:1 or above in your degree. We want to meet graduates who can exhibit superb subject knowledge and show a passion for education and inclusion. You should have the ability to communicate clearly with pupils of all abilities. As such, this Teaching Assistant post would suit a committed English graduate with the determination and passion to begin their dream career in education. This South East London Secondary School based in South East London is looking for an ambitious graduate to start as soon as possible! The school has been recognised as helping all pupils, at all abilities, achieve. Every single member of this school, from the Head teacher to the pupils, is contributing their efforts to help upgrade the schools Ofsted 'Good' grade to 'Outstanding'. Please note: due to the volume of Teaching Assistant applications, only successful Teaching Assistant applicants will be contacted
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  • £60 - £70/day £60.00 - £70.00 per day
Are you a Science Graduate with the aspiration to train as a teacher? Are you looking for the best way to utilise your skills before training as a Teaching Assistant? A rare opportunity to get vital experience as a Science Teaching Assistant has arisen at this academic secondary school in South East London for a motivated graduate looking to become a teacher in the future! *** ASAP or January 2020 Start *** £60 - £70 per day *** 5 day per week Teaching Assistant Role *** South East London School *** 1st Class or 2:1 Classification Required A school based in South East London are looking for a fantastic highly academic Science Graduate Teaching Assistant to become part of their team! This Graduate Science Teaching Assistant role means working with some great academic minds guiding you through the education process. The school, known for its academic success, specifically needs an individual to support teaching and learning through GCSE to A-Level running small booster sessions and 1:1 revision sessions. The ideal Science Graduate Teaching Assistant candidate will hold a 1st class or 2nd Upper-Class degree as well as relevant experience - previous work supporting children academically is not essential but desired. Your role as a Science Graduate Teaching Assistant is to raise attainment of pupils within the Science department; you will be supported by a successful Head of Department and CPD programmes that will also prepare you for future training! Apply for this incredible Science Graduate Teaching Assistant opportunity in South East London today and take the first step towards achieving and exceeding your career goals as a fully qualified teacher. Get your CV over to Jonathan Sammons at EduStaff by clicking ‘apply’ now. Please note: due to the volume of Science Graduate Teaching Assistant applications, only successful Science Graduate Teaching Assistant applicants will be contacted
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  • £15600 - £17550/annum £15,600 - £17,550 p/a
Do you want to be paid while you complete your PGCE with QTS? Have you always had a passion for the sciences and are you a future Science Teacher? From September 2020 are you ready to pursue a career in teaching which will put your academics, skills and passion for education into practice? Have you considered which path to take and exactly how to develop into a successful future Science Teacher? *** 2 Year Premier Pathways Programme *** Paid Initial Teacher Training *** £15,600 paid in Year 1 *** £17,550 paid in Year 2 *** Full PGCE with QTS *** Calling all future Science Teachers Premier Pathways is a paid 2-year Teacher Training programme that will allow you to achieve Qualified Teacher Status and a PGCE from the University of Buckingham! If you are 100% determined to succeed as a future Science Teacher and would like to train on a school based and highly innovative programme then Premier Pathways is for you! The 2-year training programme is divided into 3 phases of enhanced progression resulting in the achievement of QTS. The first 2 terms will allow you to develop your pupil interaction skills in a Teaching Assistant and Associate Teacher capacity. As a future Science Teacher at this school you will be supporting teaching and learning across the school. Part of your role will include supporting the class in an ad-hoc capacity, working in differing situations to build up your portfolio of skills and expertise. During the next 2 terms your levels of responsibility will increase as you become an unqualified teacher learning to plan lessons and lead classes. The final 2 terms will complete your development into an outstanding practitioner as you successfully achieve Qualified Teacher Status and a PGCE from the University of Buckingham. Click ‘Apply’ for this fantastic Premier Pathways future Science Teacher opportunity and contact Jonathan Sammons Please note: due to the volume of future Science Teacher applications, only successful future Science Teacher applicants will be contacted
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  • £65 - £88/day £65-£88 per day
Aspiring English Teacher - Lowestoft The impact of a good teacher cannot be underestimated. It is sometimes the difference between a child falling through the cracks and discovering a new interest that could become their lifelong passion. By inspiring and supporting the next generation, teachers have a profound impact on society. By working in partnership with forward-thinking Senior Leaders for nearly a decade, Edustaff’s Graduate Model has successful launched the careers of thousands of teachers. It is possible that you could you be the next…?! Aspiring English Teacher – Lowestoft - Support within an English department for the remainder of this academic year - Work as a Teaching Assistant, Cover Supervisor, Intervention Tutor or Instructor - Explore teacher training possibilities at the school from September 2020 - £65.00 - £88.00 per day (dependant on agreed role) - Ideal role for those considering careers within English Teaching - Full-time roles within one school setting for continuity and consistency To be considered for this English Graduate opportunity, you must have: - Minimum of a 2:2 degree in English Language or English Literature. - GCSEs of C or above in English and Maths are essential - The ability to develop positive relationships with students and staff members - Patient, caring and approachable personality - Dedication to education and a desire to qualify as an English Teacher - Enthusiasm, energy and the ability to engage students to learn - Resilience and the ability to stay calm and positive even in challenging situations! During your time within this English Graduate role, you will gain the following experience: - Working alongside qualified English Teachers to observe how they deliver lessons - Supporting students across Years 7-11 as an English Teaching Assistant - Working 1:1 and with small groups of students to accelerate learning within English - Building up an understanding around lesson planning, classroom management, assessment for learning, data tracking and safeguarding - Enhancing your knowledge of the English curriculum at Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 - Delivering pre-set lesson plans to whole groups If you are excited by the prospect of embarking upon a career as an English Teacher but feel you need some additional classroom experience first, get in contact with Matt Burgum at Edustaff today to discuss your application and the next steps. Click Apply Now to start the process! Please note: due to the volume of English Graduate applications, only successful English Graduates will be contacted
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  • £65 - £88/day £65-£88 per day
Aspiring Science Teacher - Lowestoft The impact of a good teacher cannot be underestimated. It is sometimes the difference between a child falling through the cracks and discovering a new interest that could become their lifelong passion. By inspiring and supporting the next generation, teachers have a profound impact on society. By working in partnership with forward-thinking Senior Leaders for nearly a decade, Edustaff’s Graduate Model has successful launched the careers of thousands of teachers. It is possible that you could you be the next…?! Aspiring Science Teacher – Lowestoft - Support within a Science department for the remainder of this academic year - Work as a Teaching Assistant, Cover Supervisor, Intervention Tutor or Science Instructor - Explore teacher training possibilities at the school from September 2020 - £65.00 - £88.00 per day (dependant on agreed role) - Ideal role for those considering careers within Science Teaching - Full-time roles within one school setting for continuity and consistency To be considered for this Science Graduate opportunity, you must have: - Minimum of a 2:2 degree in Physics, Chemistry, Biology or a closely related Scientific subject - GCSEs of C or above in English and Maths are essential - The ability to develop positive relationships with students and staff members - Patient, caring and approachable personality - Dedication to education and a desire to qualify as a Science Teacher - Enthusiasm, energy and the ability to engage students to learn - Resilience and the ability to stay calm and positive even in challenging situations! During your time within this Science Graduate role, you will gain the following experience: - Working alongside qualified Science Teachers to observe how they deliver lessons - Supporting students across Years 7-11 as a Science Teaching Assistant - Working 1:1 and with small groups of students to accelerate learning within Science - Building up an understanding around lesson planning, classroom management, assessment for learning, data tracking and safeguarding - Enhancing your knowledge of the Science curriculum at Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 - Delivering pre-set lesson plans to whole groups If you are excited by the prospect of embarking upon a career as a Science Teacher but feel you need some additional classroom experience first, get in contact with Matt Burgum at Edustaff today to discuss your application and the next steps. Click Apply Now to start the process! Please note: due to the volume of Science Graduate applications, only successful Science Graduates will be contacted
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  • £65 - £88/day £65-£88 per day
Aspiring Maths Teacher – Lowestoft Teachers are usually present during the most important moments of a child or young adult’s life. Most of us will remember a teacher that really helped us or guided us along the way. This teacher might have been the reason why you are now considering a career as a teacher yourself? By working in partnership with forward-thinking School Leaders for nearly a decade now, Edustaff’s Graduate Model has seen us successfully launch the careers of thousands of teachers. If you are considering a career as a Maths Teacher, we would love to hear from you today! Aspiring Maths Teacher – About the role: - Support within a Maths department for the remainder of this academic year - Work as a Teaching Assistant, Cover Supervisor, Intervention Tutor or Maths Instructor - Explore teacher training possibilities at the school from September 2020 - £65.00 - £88.00 per day (dependant on agreed role) - Ideal role for those considering careers within Maths Teaching - Full-time roles where you are based within one school setting for continuity and consistency To be considered for this Maths Graduate opportunity, you must have: - Minimum of a 2:2 degree in Maths (or a Maths related degree) - Non-Maths graduates who have a Maths A-Level above a C grade will also be considered - GCSEs of C or above in Maths and English are essential - The ability to develop positive relationships with students and staff members - Patient, caring and approachable personality - Dedication to education and a desire to qualify as a Maths Teacher - Enthusiasm, energy and the ability to engage students to learn - Resilience and the ability to stay calm and positive even in challenging situations! During your time within this Maths Graduate role, you will gain the following experience: - Working alongside qualified Maths Teachers to observe how they deliver lessons - Supporting students within Maths Lessons across Years 7-11 as a Teaching Assistant - Working 1:1 and with small groups of students to accelerate their learning - Building up an understanding around lesson planning, classroom management, assessment for learning, data tracking and safeguarding - Enhancing your knowledge of the Maths curriculum at Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 - Delivering pre-set lesson plans to whole groups If you are excited by the prospect of embarking upon a career in Maths Teaching but feel you need some additional classroom experience first, get in contact with Matt Burgum at Edustaff today to discuss your application and the next steps. Click Apply Now to start the process! Please note: due to the volume of Maths Graduate applications, only successful Maths Graduates will be contacted
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  • £65 - £88/day £65-£88 per day
Are you passionate about Physics? Do you want to change the direction of your career into something that aligns with your desire to make a difference? Passionate people with industry experience make for great teachers! They can use their first-hand experience to inspire others to get on board or be curious about their subject specialism. If you are considering a career as a Physics Teacher, we would love to hear from you today! By working in partnership with forward-thinking Senior Leaders for nearly a decade, Edustaff’s Graduate Model has successful launched the careers of thousands of teachers. Could you be the next?! Aspiring Physics Teacher role – Bury St Edmunds - Support within a Physics department for the remainder of this academic year - Work as a Teaching Assistant, Cover Supervisor, Intervention Tutor or Instructor - Explore teacher training possibilities at the school from September 2020 - £65.00 - £88.00 per day (dependant on agreed role) - Ideal role for those considering careers within Physics Teaching - Full-time roles within one school setting for continuity and consistency To be considered for this Physics Graduate opportunity, you must have: - Minimum of a 2:2 degree in Physics - Non-Physics graduates who have a Physics A-Level above a C grade will also be considered - GCSEs of C or above in Maths and English are essential - The ability to develop positive relationships with students and staff members - Patient, caring and approachable personality - Dedication to education and a desire to qualify as a Physics Teacher - Enthusiasm, energy and the ability to engage students to learn - Resilience and the ability to stay calm and positive even in challenging situations! During your time within this Physics Graduate role, you will gain the following experience: - Working alongside qualified Physics Teachers to observe how they deliver lessons - Supporting students within Science Lessons across Years 7-11 as a Teaching Assistant - Working 1:1 and with small groups of students to accelerate their learning - Building up an understanding around lesson planning, classroom management, assessment for learning, data tracking and safeguarding - Enhancing your knowledge of the General Science curriculum at Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 - Delivering pre-set lesson plans to whole groups If you are excited by the prospect of embarking upon a career in Physics Teaching but feel you need some additional classroom experience first, get in contact with Matt Burgum at Edustaff today to discuss your application and the next steps. Click Apply Now to start the process! Please note: due to the volume of Physics Graduate applications, only successful Physics Graduates will be contacted
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  • £60 - £80/day £70-£90 Per day
Year 6 Teaching Assistant – SAT Interventions - Barking and Dagenham, East London Do you have strong numeracy and literacy skills? Are you passionate about working with children and aiding their academic attainment? If you answered YES then keep reading! You have the power to shape a child’s development and mould them into a positive and independent learner as they progress throughout their final year and into Secondary school! Apply today to work as a year 6 teaching assistant in Barking and Dagenham to help students learn for their most important year in primary school! Location: Barking and Dagenham Role: Year 6 Teaching Assistant (Full-time positions only) Duration: 1-year minimum contract – opportunity to go permanent with the school after a year Pay Scale: Between £60-£70 per day (paid weekly) Required Specification: Minimum 2:1 graduate with some experience within a primary or with supporting young people informally (summer camp etc.) Desirable: 6 months or more within a Primary school as a Year 6 Teaching Assistant. We are currently seeking a Year 6 Teaching Assistant to join an ‘Outstanding’ school in Newham on a full-time basis. The school are looking for a minimum 2:1 graduate with a pre-existing understanding of the primary curriculum, with good literacy and numeracy skills. Along with this, we are looking for a bubbly and passionate Year 6 Teaching Assistant who can work with students taken their SATS, running and monitoring maths and English booster sessions when required! The Year 6 Teaching Assistant will assist in the overall support of the class teacher. You will take pupils in groups and 1:1 sessions for reading and spelling and to also use indoor and outdoor learning space to raise motor, social and language skills. Click 'Apply Now' and send your CV and covering letter to Matthew Stanley at EduStaff. Please note: due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted
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  • £60 - £90/day £70-£90 Per day
Primary Teaching Assistant - Newham, East London Are you an aspiring Educational Psychologist or someone who is keen to forge a career within SEN? Do you have a particular interest in ASD / Autism? Would you be able to support a Year 3 child for the rest of the academic year as a Learning Support Assistant? Learn the essential skills for your future career as an educator or psychologist with this brilliant Learning Support Assistant role at a primary school in Newham, East London. -Learning Support Assistant / Graduate Learning Support Assistant position located in Newham, East London -£60-70 per day dependent -Long-Term Full-Time Learning Support Assistant position starting immediately -Trend-setting primary school For this ASD Teaching Assistant post, you must be a resolute graduate who has a second class degree at the very least and already held a paid or volunteer role where you supported SEN children. You should be able to quickly adapt to the needs of this child and possess the skills to inspire your student to share your own love of education, learning and self-improvement. In this Learning Support Assistant post, you will be helping to nurture the social and academic development of a bright Year 3 boy who has a statement of ASD. You will need to be committed and focused on helping progress this little boy both academically and socially. Working under the direction of their highly effective SENCO and visiting Educational Psychologist, you will deliver tailored educational programmes and monitor, track and report on this child's progress. Put your name forward for this Learning Support Assistant / ASD Teaching Assistant vacancy and become part of this Newham, East London large primary School, contact Matthew at EduStaff to secure some vital in-school experience. Please note: due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted
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  • £65 - £88/day £65-£88 per day
The impact of a good teacher cannot be underestimated. It is sometimes the difference between a child falling through the cracks and discovering a new interest that could become their lifelong passion. By inspiring and supporting the next generation, teachers have a profound impact on society. By working in partnership with forward-thinking Senior Leaders for nearly a decade, Edustaff’s Graduate Model has successful launched the careers of thousands of teachers. It is possible that you could you be the next…?! Aspiring Maths Teacher – Colchester - Support within a Maths department for the remainder of this academic year - Work as a Teaching Assistant, Cover Supervisor, Intervention Tutor or Instructor - Explore teacher training possibilities at the school from September 2020 - £65.00 - £88.00 per day (dependant on agreed role) - Ideal role for those considering careers within Maths Teaching - Full-time roles within one school setting for continuity and consistency To be considered for this Maths Graduate opportunity, you must have: - Minimum of a 2:2 degree in Maths or a closely related degree (Finance, Accounting, Economics, Physics, Engineering) - Non-maths graduates who have an A-Level above a C grade will also be considered - GCSEs of C or above in Maths and English are essential - The ability to develop positive relationships with students and staff members - Patient, caring and approachable personality - Dedication to education and a desire to qualify as a Maths Teacher - Enthusiasm, energy and the ability to engage students to learn - Resilience and the ability to stay calm and positive even in challenging situations! During your time within this Maths Graduate role, you will gain the following experience: - Working alongside qualified Maths Teachers to observe how they deliver lessons - Supporting students across Years 7-11 as a Teaching Assistant - Working 1:1 and with small groups of students to accelerate learning - Building up an understanding around lesson planning, classroom management, assessment for learning, data tracking and safeguarding - Enhancing your knowledge of the Maths curriculum at Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 - Delivering pre-set lesson plans to whole groups If you are excited by the prospect of embarking upon a career in Maths Teaching but feel you need some additional classroom experience first, get in contact with Matt Burgum at Edustaff today to discuss your application and the next steps. Click Apply Now to start the process! Please note: due to the volume of Maths Graduate applications, only successful Maths Graduates will be contacted
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