Teaching Assistant Early Years
Graduate Learning Support Assistant - Birmingham Primary School - Nursery Class
Are you a graduate from a good university, with either a 1st class honours or a 2:1 degree, ideally in a curriculum based subject?
Are you looking to gain some practical classroom experience as a Learning Support/Teaching Assistant prior to studying for a PGCE or alternative teaching qualification?
Are you personable and friendly with the ability to commit to full time work, supporting learning in a Primary school?
***Primary Teaching Assistant - Full Time
***Graduate 1st or 2:1 Honour Degree
***Two form entry Primary School
***Supportive head teacher
My client's school, located in south Birmingham, has approached Edustaff to help them find a Graduate Teaching Assistant to support them in one of their nursery classes. The school caters for pupils between the ages of 3-11. My client's school aim to give every pupil the very best possible start in life. They place great importance on valuing each individual's worth and realise each member of the school has a positive contribution to offer. The successful Teaching Assistant will be expected to respect and promote these core values.
Although the school was rated as 'Good' in their most recent Ofsted report they are continually striving to improve through engaging lessons and inspiring teaching staff. In your role as a Graduate Teaching Assistant you will be provided with a fantastic opportunity to immerse yourself in all aspects of classroom life. This experience will hopefully be invaluable as you continue your career as a Primary school teacher.
You will be a motivated and hard working graduate, who isn't afraid to show your worth by throwing yourself fully in to all the daily challenges a Primary School Teaching Assistant faces. You will need to be flexible in your approach and able to tailor your help to suit the needs of individuals as well as the class. You will be tasked with developing the numeracy and literacy with small groups and on a 1:1 basis.
As a graduate interested in the role of a Learning Support/Teaching Assistant you must be forward thinking, enthusiastic, empathetic, flexible and 100% committed to a future career in education.
If you meet the above criteria and would love the opportunity to work in a fantastic Birmingham primary school as a Teaching Assistant then please send in a copy of your CV to Patrick at Edustaff today.