Job title: Science Graduate Teaching Assistant
Job type: Contract
Emp type: Full-time
Industry: Secondary
Functional Expertise: Support
Pay interval: Hourly
Pay rate: Negotiable
Location: Hammersmith & Fulham, London
Job published: 18-04-2024
Job ID: 59478

Job Description

Start your journey to qualifying as an Science Teacher and join one of West London's most reputable Secondary Schools today!

Are you a talented Science Graduate looking to work in one of London's most improving and innovative schools...?

Join an immensely exciting educational environment as an incredibly, intellectual and passionate individual. You will develop excellence in each pupil and forge new directions in education. If you're an aspiring Science Teacher looking to gain school based experience prior to starting your teacher training, then this is the perfect role for you! 

The school are looking to interview the very best Science Graduates from as early as next week, so act now and send your CV across to the Ribbons & Reeves team today.

Science Graduate - Aspiring Science Teacher - Criteria: 

  • First-Class Science degree (at least a 2:1 required) from a top UK University 
  • Strong A-Levels and GCSE results, especially in Science
  • A true desire and passion for teaching Science
  • Previous child-centered experience 
  • Commitment to a full academic year as an aspiring Science Teacher

Science Graduate - Aspiring Science Teacher - Job Details:

  • Provide support to an outstanding level for all years, abilities and qualifications.
  • Contribute to outstanding attainment and progress at all key stages.
  • Have an excellent working understanding of the learning needs of the students with whom you work. This may include liaising with colleagues within the Inclusion Department, and accessing attainment data and information from EHCPs/Educational Psychologist reports.
  • Make a vital contribution to the efficient running of the Department, including undertaking administrative and other tasks as delegated by the Head of Department.
  • Enhance the quality of Teaching Assistant provision in the Department and wider Academy through sharing resources and good practice and active participation in Continuous Professional Learning.
  • Show commitment to working in partnership with one or two subject areas, learning and helping to implement the curricula.

To be considered for this Science Graduate - Aspiring Teacher role you will need to have an excellent academic record including a minimum of a 2:1 degree from a top UK University. You will also need to demonstrate an excellent track record of attainment in your GCSE and A-Levels. Graduates who have with previous experience relevant to children will be better suited to this opportunity.

Alongside boasting impressive academics, it is essential that you have the confidence to support children with mixed abilities. You will play an important role throughout the year, and your academic support will play a crucial part in the pupil’s progression. The successful candidate will incorporate their subject knowledge into exciting lessons that keep our pupils engaged and furthers their progression and achievement. All teachers will work in a supportive and helpful environment where there is a strong sense of community and inclusion.

Interviews are taking place immediately for this Science Graduate - Aspiring Teacher role, so do not miss out and submit your application today.

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