Graduate Primary Teaching Assistant – Early Years and KS1
|Location:||Birmingham, West Midlands UK|
|Salary||£300 to £325 per Week|
Graduate Primary Teaching Assistant – Paid School Experience – Early Years and KS1
Now that you have graduated are you looking for gain some worthwhile paid primary experience before committing to teacher training?
Are you creative, enthusiastic and caring with the ability to engage and support young children who have just started school?
Would you like a role that will allow you to develop you own confidence teaching children at this age, whilst giving them the opportunity to learn and enjoy school from the very beginning?
- Graduate Primary Teaching Assistant
- Full-time, Monday to Friday role
- Support across Early Years and KS1
- Lead small group and 1:1 literacy and numeracy interventions
- Perfect opportunity to gain experience before teacher training
- Paid role until the end of the academic year
- Starting September 2019
- Paid £300 – £325 per week, term-time only
- Shortlisting on an ongoing basis – apply as soon as possible!
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 and KS1 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 and Year 1 classroom, helping children ages 4-6 to adapt, develop and thrive in their first years of school. You will be taking on additional personal support for some children who may not feel as confident or independent as their peers.
There is a strong community feel in this school and they are familiar with supporting graduates through this fantastic experience to then transition onto teacher training or further training.
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, some transferable experience working with children and a commitment to working in education. The school is located in a great location in Central Birmingham, close to the Aston area and is easily accessible by most train and bus services.
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 Jamie at i-teachers.