Science Learning Support Assistant

02 Aug 2017
25 Aug 2017
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Science Learning Support Assistant - Birmingham

Are you a recent Science Graduate looking to gain some teaching experience?

We are now taking applications from graduates looking to gain valuable experience in leading central Birmingham secondary school. The Head of Science is looking add Science graduates to their team to support students learning throughout the course of the next academic year.
**Science Learning Support Assistant

**Excellent opportunity to develop Teaching Skills
-Ideal opportunity to gain experience prior to PGCE
-Opportunity to Gain a Free PGCE
-Earn while you learn
- September 2017 start
-One Year, full -time contract, or two years salaried PGCE programme Birmingham
- GBP55- GBP65 per day

This role requires an inspirational Science graduate who can demonstrate an obvious passion for education. Ideally, the school need a graduate who is able to contribute to lessons and to their department as a subject expert. You will be a determined individual who can combine hard work with a personal approach, acting as a role model for children in your classes.

As a Science Learning Support Assistant, you will be moving into a specific department that will match your degree and your particular interests. In general, you will be aiding the development of students through 1:1 and group sessions outside of the classroom environment. Helping teachers within the department your role will include aiding the learning and development of pupils of all abilities across the school. Teachers in this department have found that their practice is enhanced through the use of the resources and technology on offer and you will be expected to utilise these tools to good effect.

Take this incredible opportunity to further your career and apply for this Science Learning Support Assistant position in Birmingham today! Click 'Apply Now' to send your CV to Shabana Khan at EduStaff.
Please note: due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted.