Graduate Early Years Teaching Assistant
|Location:||Camden, London (North) NW5 UK|
|Salary||£350 to £450 per Week|
Are you a creative, enthusiastic and caring graduate with the ability to engage and support young children who have just started school?
Maybe you are considering starting your teacher training in 2021 in Early Years and would love to gain paid work experience?
Perhaps you have gained some experience, but would like to spend time developing your teaching skills prior to teacher training?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this Graduate Early Years Primary Teaching Assistant could be for you!
- Graduate Early Years Teaching Assistant
- Full-time, Monday to Friday role
- Perfect opportunity to gain experience before teacher training
- Starting September
- Shortlisting on an ongoing basis
- Must have strong academic background
This position is perfect for an enthusiastic and outgoing graduate who would like to gain a fascinating insight into the day-to-day running of a successful Early Years department. This is a fantastic opportunity for somebody who looking to expand their experience creating and delivering practical educational activities that fit perfectly within Early Years education. You will be supporting a busy and happy Reception classroom, helping children ages 4-5 to adapt, develop and thrive in their first year of school. You will be taking on additional personal support for some children who may not feel as confident or independent as their peers.
Part of this role will be to lead small group classes to develop a confidence and understanding of phonics, handwriting and personal development. The class teacher will provide you will all the resources needed to ensure these children and progressing as best they can. Much of the role within an Early Years classroom is to track progress through learning journeys by observing play.
This child-centred school is looking for a caring, patient and empathetic nature, with strong communication and resilience. You will need to have a good academic background, with a minimum of a 2:1 degree and strong A Levels. Some transferable experience working with children and a commitment to working in education is extremely desirable.
The school is a happy and welcoming school, with a lovely atmosphere, where you will feel right at home from the moment you walk through the door. The Senior Leadership Team are committed to the retention and development of all staff and are experienced in working with graduates who are destined for a career in education.
If you would like to join a supportive school that can help with your future career development, whilst having a positive impact on children’s first year of school, then send your CV to Andrew at i-teachers.