Teaching Assistant – Westminster Primary School
Immediate Start – £65-£85 per day
Long-term and full-time position
Are you looking to take your first step into your education career?
Are you a graduate with a strong education background?
Start Date: ASAP – interviews commencing immediately
A fantastic primary school in the heart of London, Westminster, are searching for a bright teaching assistant to join them as soon as possible. This is a one year contract working 8.30am-4pm full-time. You will be required to work with Key Stage 1 and 2 children. There are excellent transport links near the school. There is an opportunity for teacher training at this school.
This is an exciting opportunity for a recent graduate to build upon their knowledge and confidence before completing their teacher training. The Primary school are looking for teaching assistants who are proactive, reliable and willing to learn. Graduates who are personable, academic, creative and/or sporty are ideal for this role. Extra-curricular interests such as music, arts, languages and sports are desirable.
A graduate with a degree graded 2:1 or above is ideal for this role and a graduate with some previous experience working with children is desirable but not a necessity. This relevant previous experience could include childcare, tutoring, helping within a nursery, in a sport setting, charity or in a similar classroom setting. Graduates with no experience working with children will also be considered.
* 1 year contract
* Competitive Pay Rate - £65-75 per day
* Teaching Assistant
* EYFS, KS1 or KS2
* Immediate Start
* General Classroom Support
This is a fantastic platform for aspiring teachers to gain valuable experience in preparation for completing their teacher training the following year.
If you are a Graduate, aspiring to become a teacher and you are interested in this position, please submit your updated CV.
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Primary Teaching Assistant – Westminster – January 2019