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Teaching Assistant - STEM Subject graduates - Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Engineering and Computer Science graduates needed - must have 1st or 2:1 Bachelor degrees

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Teaching Assistant - STEM Subject graduates - Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Engineering and Computer Science graduates needed - must have 1st or 2:1 Bachelor degrees

Graduate at I-Teachers

  • LocationLondon, UK
  • Position levelGraduate
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  • Application deadline iconApply by 05 Jan, 2019
  • Application deadline iconPosted on 06 Nov, 2018
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  • Competitive£ 400.0 per week

Are you a STEM subject graduate who is thinking about a career as a teacher?

Have you looked at the various routes n to teacher training but you are not yet ready to commit to a form of teacher training?

Why not join an outstanding graded school as a teaching assistant and see if this role really is suitable for you.

Call Ryan at i-teachers to find out more or click apply now

  • Teaching Assistant roles
  • STEM subject graduates required – Maths, Science, Engineering and Computer Science needed
  • Must have a 1st or 2:1 bachelor’s degree with matching A-Level and GCSE grades
  • Outstanding graded Secondary School &; Sixth Form
  • North West London
  • Earn £375 - £425 per week
  • Work as a teaching assistant and decide if teaching is for you
  • Salaried teacher training routes available
  • Full time role for the entire school year
  • Interviewing now to start as soon as possible.

If you have looked into the “get into teaching” web sites and read the literature but still not sure which route to take – then why not consider a “soft” approach and join an exceptional school as a teaching assistant for this academic year?

This outstanding graded Secondary School &; Sixth Form has at least 4 vacancies for teaching assistants in STEM subject areas. The school has a forward thinking STEM programme that has a collegiate feel. The school invites a number of academics and private firms to present on the schools lecture space. Up to 200 pupils at a time can see presentations and demonstrations from scientists such as Prof Brian Cox and private firms such as SmithKline Beecham.

You will be a graduate of Science, Maths, Engineering or Computer Science and you will hold a 1st or 2:1 grade. The school is also keen to see that you have matching A-Levels and GCSE’s as you will be a role model to pupils sitting their exams.

A large part of the teaching assistant role will take you out of the classroom. You will partner with class teachers and you will be a part of the in class learning but you will be tasked with expanding the process beyond the confines of the curriculum.

You will manage small group and 1-2-1 exercises with pupils who have either exceeded or fallen short of expectations. You will report progress to the teaching team and be a valued member of the STEM teaching faculty.

Grades and attainment are not a challenge for this school. National league tables have placed the school in the top 5% for the last 6 years and pupil behaviour is exceptional.

If you are interested to learn more – call Ryan at i-teachers – or click APPLY and send your CV now!

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