Humanities Teaching Assistant
A Good Birmingham school are now seeking Humanities Teaching Assistants to join their inspiring secondary school near the city centre this coming September.
Do you aspire to be a great Geography or History teacher on completion of a future PGCE, School Direct or Teach First?
This Good Birmingham secondary are offering opportunities to graduates who have a proven academic ability, confident in supporting students through the Humanities subject.
If you feel you can inspire and mentor high achieving students, whilst working alongside a class practitioner in the Humanities subjects of Geography or History, then please forward me your CV immediately to avoid delay.
@ Humanities Teaching Assistants Needed
@ Good Birmingham Secondary School
@ Salary £60 Per Day Depending On Experience
@ Excellent Resource/Facilities
@ Great Senior Leadership
@ Potential PGCE Funding
@ Inspiring Graduate Training
@ Fully Supported Role
@ Starting September 2017
An outstanding opportunity for the right graduates to gain experience of the highest standard from some of the area’s most proficient of practitioners at a Good Birmingham school, as a Humanities Teaching Assistant.
THE SCHOOL: (Good Report By Ofsted, Inspiring Leadership)
Graded Good in a recent Ofsted report, this Birmingham secondary school has progressed with impressive effort and continuity. Many departments have undergone marvellous change, with the installation of some impressive equipment. Results are evident, grades greatly improved in tests previously. Supportive staff have a great attitude towards Teaching Assistants aspiring to become teachers in the future, sharing knowledge and experience.
WHAT THE SCHOOL ARE LOOKING FOR: (Strong Academics Passionate About Teaching)
This Birmingham secondary school are wanting to recruit graduates who will bring inspiration to students, for the whole of the year, with a positive attitude. Graduates applying to this Humanities Teaching Assistant opportunities should be passionate academics, with good A-Level and GCSE grading, able to efficiently mentor students through these subjects, offering subject experience of a good standard throughout.
WHAT THE SCHOOL OFFER: (First Hand Experience, Hands On Responsibility)
Teaching Assistants joining the Humanities department will be working alongside very experienced practitioners in these subjects, who can offer good advice and give first-hand in-sight into the role of a qualified teacher. Training will consist of class preparation assistance and mentoring, with support to very ambitious students, taking you to the end of the year with an aspiring challenge yet with equal reward.
HOW TO APPLY:
For this inspiring Humanities Teaching Assistant opportunities, email your CV with covering letter and academic results to Nik Crawshaw at Educatus Recruitment.