Geography Graduate Teaching Assistant
|Location:||Greater London, Greenwich SE18 UK|
|Salary||£75 to £85 per Day|
Geography Graduate Teaching Assistant – Trainee Teacher opportunity
Are you a geography graduate with a 2.1 or 1st degree who is keen to kick-start your career in education?
Would you thrive, gaining paid experience in a Geography Graduate Teaching Assistant role, before training to teach?
As a committed and motivated graduate could you provide exceptional support to underperforming Secondary students within core subjects?
More information about the Geography Graduate Teaching Assistant role:
- Geography Graduate role
- Gain paid experience as a Graduate Teaching Assistant
- Work in a support role before moving in to teacher training
- Greenwich area
- September 2020 start
- Paid £75 – £85 per week
- Must have a 2.1 or 1st and strong A Levels
- Previous experience working with young people ideal, but not essential
- Long-term, full-time opportunities
These schools are situated across South East London and are looking to appoint confident and academic core subject graduates who are genuinely interest in pursuing a career within education.
In this Geography Graduate Teaching assistant role you will gain paid experience that will enable you to continue on to teacher training either with the same school or through a traditional PGCE route. No matter which teacher training route you take, this Geography Graduate Teaching assistant role will be the perfect opportunity to take your first step into a career in education.
The schools pride themselves on developing and training recent graduates. You will receive excellent support and have the guidance of a fantastic mentor. If you’re one day hoping to become an outstanding teacher, this route in to teaching will help you to gain the experience and knowledge required.
Initially in your role you will work as a Geography Graduate teaching assistant. You will support a range of students across KS3, KS4 and occasionally KS5. You will work 1:1 and with small groups, running intervention sessions for students who are underperforming. At times some students may require support due to having a special educational need. Other children may need bespoke support due to speaking English as an additional language.
More frequently you will be assisting within core subjects. Ideally you will have a degree in Geography related subject. Other degree subjects will be considered if you have strong A Levels or previous experience working with young people.
Click apply now and send your CV to Emma at i-teachers!
Interviews will be organised on a first come basis. Due to the volume of applicants, only successful applicants will be contacted.