Job Description

207908260
£60 - £75/day Dependent on experience
18-May-2018
 

Science Graduate - Teaching Assistant - Norfolk

Are you a final-year Science undergraduate looking for a way to utilise your degree and have a positive impact on others?Are you hoping to find a greater good for your subject knowledge? Do you want to pass your passion and love for Science on to the next generation?If you are a high calibre graduate and would like the chance to impart your knowledge to young learners, then this Science Teaching Assistant vacancy could be the perfect role for you!***Science Teaching Assistant post commencing September 2018
***Forward-thinking Secondary School located in Thetford, Norfolk
***£60-£70 per day
***Long Term, Full-Time role for the whole academic year
***High calibre, supportive and patient Science Graduates required (any specialism considered)
***Accessible school with excellent road and train links to the schoolSo, what does this role offer you?
• Classroom experience supporting the school's Science department
• A perfect platform to weigh up if a possible career in Science teaching is for you
• Supporting Science students 1:1 (KS3- KS5)
• Leading small group sessions
• Working within a highly effective Science department
• Up to date training courses (internal and external sessions) with weekly development opportunities
• The chance to work alongside a partner school in Cambridgeshire graded as 'Outstanding' in all areas
• Eager to learn pupils with exemplary behaviour
• A dedicated Teaching School offering school-based ITTWhat do we need to see from you;
• Passion
• Energy
• An enthusiasm for teaching and for education
• A desire to help develop students' understanding
• Ability to work Monday-Friday each weekThis school is keen to meet with Science Graduates who are considering embarking on an exciting career in teaching and who are seeking additional classroom experience before potentially applying for teacher training. You will get the chance to work alongside different teachers within the Science department, understanding different teaching methods and ways of effectively managing a class. This experience will allow you to support within Year 7 up to Year 13 classes - allowing you to understand how to adapt material and the curriculum across different year groups.This school offers unparalleled opportunities for learning, with weekly training and development sessions offered to all staff with various departmental activities ensuring all training remains relevant. With a large Teaching School there is also ample learning opportunities for graduates, Trainee Teachers and NQTs to come together and further their understanding on area's of education as well as form strong peer support networks.If you want to join this professional and passionate team as an Science Teaching Assistant, get your application in now! Click 'Apply Now' to send your CV to Ciara Beazley at EduStaff.Please note: due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted