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Teaching Assistant - London - Central London

Graduate at Academics Ltd

Teaching Assistant - London - Central London

Graduate at Academics Ltd

  • LocationLondon, UK
  • Position levelGraduate
  • Job period iconFull-time employment
  • Application deadline iconPosted on 20 Aug, 2018
  • Start date iconStart date:
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  • Competitive£ 23,000.0 per year
Opportunity has arisen this year for a number of Graduates to join a Secondary School based in North London. On offer here is the chance for the right person to work as a Teaching Assistant / learning support teaching assistant in the Schools Special Educational Needs Department. The role calls for full time commitment for a full academic year at the least starting this September.

You will be joining an excellent support department, already filled with like minded individuals; ambitious and driven graduates that step up to the teaching assistant roles with enthusiasm and dedication.

The school endeavours to fire up the imaginations of its students, supporting them to develop in ways which stand them in good stead for their future lives and responsibilities as individuals, employees and citizens.

The school has four key priorities:

  • High academic and personal standards for students and a commitment to developing individual potential.
  • Specialism's in mathematics and science;
  • Languages at the heart of the curriculum;
  • A mission to provide 'education for global citizenship'.

This is an exciting, stimulating place to learn, with a curriculum which focuses on problem-solving, skills development and 'real world' issues and ideas. Students have the opportunity to undertake extensive project work, and to participate in community activities as well as internships and international exchanges.

The teaching assistant role will see you answering to the SEN Coordinator, working in a learning support capacity. This will include a variety of responsibilities such as one to one's with students that have specific Learning Difficulties and small group intervention work. The SENCO is looking for bright, confident individuals educated to degree level with some previous experience in a child related role. Tutoring, Mentoring or Teaching overseas will hold you in good stead and experience with young people and learning difficulties will hold you in great stead.

For anybody looking to carve a path into a rewarding career in education or child development, be it teaching or SEN support, this is an exceptional opportunity in an excellent developmental environment; a particularly impressive chance for Psychology Graduates to gain some more vital experience.

Short listings for these teaching assistant roles will take place immediately so apply now!

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