Graduate Full Time Teaching Assistant with Aspirations to Teach (Schools Direct) September 2017
Are you a graduate with a good degree who would eventually like to become a qualified teacher?
Our “Outstanding” school (Ofsted 2015) is an active contributor to a local teaching school’s alliance and has recent experience in successfully supporting applicants who have applied for the School’s Direct teacher training programme.
The governors are looking to appoint a graduate as full time learning support assistants to join our team for one year starting from September 2017. If you are interested in this role, you will need to want to apply to join the School Direct teacher training programme for a September 2018 start.
School Direct trainees spend the vast majority of their time in the classroom rather than via the traditional PGCE programme where the majority of time is spent in university. You may be a 21 year old who is currently at university or equally you could be more mature and looking for a career change.
We are looking for enthusiastic and dedicated people who are committed to team work and can be adaptable enough to operate within the context of a large primary school.
We need someone who can build excellent relationships with the children and work effectively in collaboration with the class teacher and other members of the school staff for the benefit of the children.
If you are hardworking, reliable, organised and committed with enthusiasm and great communication skills, we would like to hear from you.
Visits to our school to meet the Headteacher are very welcomed and strongly recommended.
Closing Date midday Tuesday 6th June 2017
Interview Wednesday 14th June 2017