English Graduate Teaching Assistant
|Location:||Barnet, London (North) NW4 UK|
|Salary||£350 to £450 per Week|
Are you unsure of which career path to take?
Ever thought of teaching as a rewarding and viable career choice in the future?
Perhaps you’d benefit from earning £70-£90 per day in a learning mentor role, whilst gaining invaluable school-based experience, prior joining a teacher training programme in 2020?
Graduate Teaching Assistant Role
- English degree (other English based degrees welcome)
- Paid £70-£90 daily rate
- Brilliant career development opportunity
- Supportive English department
- Barnet Secondary School
- Interviews on a rolling basis
- Start date ASAP
Graduate Teaching Assistant Role:
Assisting students within the English department to achieve their potential will be the aim of the Teaching Assistant role. You will work with students from a range of backgrounds and abilities via well-planned and resourced small group intervention sessions which you will lead. Some of the students you support will be pupil premium learners meaning they are supported through additional intervention sessions to ensure they do not fall behind their peers. As a key member of the English department, your role as a Teaching Assistant, will entail supporting the teachers by contributing your ideas to staff meetings and planning sessions.
Based in Barnet, this school boasts state of the art facilities and a welcoming staff team. You will be greeted by a friendly team of new colleagues who will help you to settle in your new role, offering guidance and their experience where needed. The students are well behaved and well mannered, however you should be a confident individual who can work well when challenges present themselves. The English department is well resourced and lessons are good or outstanding, you will definitely learn a lot from excellent English teachers here!
The school is easily accessible via public transport and also has a large car park for those who drive.
To be considered for the role you must have at least a 2.1 degree in an English subject degree such as Language, Literature, Linguistics or other similar degree. You must have a good academic background including strong A Levels and GCSEs. Any experience working with young people previously is also preferred, but not essential. If you have had experience for example tutoring or working with a child-based voluntary programme please make this evident in your CV.
To apply for this role click ‘apply now’ and send your CV to Andrew today. Interviews are held on a rolling basis and roles can sometimes be filled before the deadline so don’t delay!