Teaching Assistant Sciences

09 Aug 2017
30 Aug 2017
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Science Graduate Teaching Assistant - Birmingham Secondary School - Starts September

Are you an exceptional Science graduate with either a 1st Class or 2:1 honours degree, keen to work as a secondary Teaching Assistant?

Are you looking to start teacher training over the coming year and need school experience to support your application, or have already been accepted on a course and would like to make a good head start?

Would you like to 'cut your teeth' as a Teaching Assistant in a modern secondary science department?

Are you patient with an approachable nature, willing to make strong working relationships with your pupils?

***Teaching Assistant - Science Graduate
***September start
***1st or 2:1 degree in Biology, Physics or Chemistry
***GBP50-60 per day
***High achieving school
***Group and 1:1 support

This relatively small secondary school in Birmingham are looking to take on two science graduates to work as Academic Mentors/Teaching Assistants, starting as soon as possible. The recruited graduates need to be specialists in one - or more - of the major sciences in order to provide the most relevant support to their pupils.

The school are ideally looking for graduates that plan to further themselves within the field of education, most likely as future science teachers. Working in the school's science department will give the recruited graduates the ideal opportunity to see, first hand, what's expected of and the daily demands of life in a school.

As a Teaching Assistant the school will utilise the skills and knowledge of the graduates in the department to work with pupils that need extra support and development, especially those studying their GCSEs. Do to the nature of schools and the differing needs of their pupils the school are looking for a TAs that are flexible and creative in their approach to teaching science.

Working as a Teaching Assistant will give the recruited graduates a huge step up the ladder when they come to start their teacher training as they will have developed skills in: lessons planning, behaviour management, subject knowledge, special educational needs and differentiation; all vital for a successful teaching career.

If the above sounds of interest then please email a copy of your CV to Patrick at edustaff today.