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Humanities Teaching Assistant

Scheme at Edustaff

Humanities Teaching Assistant

Scheme at Edustaff

  • LocationBirmingham, UK
  • Position levelScheme
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  • Application deadline iconApply by 08 Jan, 2019
  • Application deadline iconPosted on 09 Nov, 2018
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  • Competitive£ 60.0 per day

Humanities Teaching Assistant - Birmingham

Are you an exceptional humanities graduate with either a 1st Class or 2:1 honours degree ideally in history or geography?

Are you looking to pursue a future career as a humanities teacher in a secondary school and need to gain valuable experience in a classroom?

A graduate with an outstanding academic record and a charismatic personality to match is wanted to join this well-backed secondary school in Birmingham as a humanities Teaching Assistant.

*** Humanities Teaching Assistant
*** 1 Year Fixed Term, Full-Time
*** £55.00 - £60.00 per day
*** High achieving secondary school
*** Group and 1:1 support

For this Humanities Teaching Assistant role you must be a strong-willed Humanities graduate who has achieved a 2:1 or above in your degree ideally with experience of working with secondary aged children. The school needs a graduate who has a tenacious attitude to start a career in education with a strong desire to become a teacher. This role will give them a range of experiences ahead of their teacher training. The ideal candidate will have the skills to inspire their students to share their own love of education, learning and self-improvement.

At this established school, as a Humanities Teaching Assistant you will be working primarily as part of the ambitious Humanities faculty. Part of your role will include raising pupils attainment in small groups and 1:1 support within this highly desirable department. In this post you will be picking up new techniques and practices through the CPD scheme and demonstrating your passion for education.

A welcoming secondary, this school is located in Birmingham. This school has a long history of 'Outstanding' grades from Ofsted, owing to a consistent and stable Senior Leadership Team and dedicated team of teachers. The school has seen a whirlwind of development and improvement including raising attainment and community relations. Your opportunities to become involved with local initiatives and intra-school partnerships will be greatly improved at this happy, community-driven school.

Define your own career progression with this exciting Humanities Teaching Assistant role in a welcoming secondary school in Birmingham. Take the first step, click apply and send your CV to Eamon Malin at EduStaff.

Please note: due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted.

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