i-teachers.com

Graduate Teaching Assistant

Exciting Graduate Teaching Assistant Posts for September 2017
**Roles in West Yorkshire - £275-300 per week**

Are you a graduate keen to build your school based experience in preparation for teacher training?

Perhaps you are a Psychology graduate keen to support children with special educational needs ready for further study to become an Educational or Children’s Psychologist?

Would you welcome the opportunity to gain meaningful paid experience in your chosen school setting, leaving you time to enjoy your weekends?

Whether you are completely committed to becoming a secondary or primary teacher and keen to build your experience, or simply undecided, you have come to the right place…
Put simply, we understand graduates…

We work with a huge variety of schools contexts nationally from some of the top performing schools to those in ‘Special Measures’; single and multiple form entry schools and academies.

Our **school based roles** are designed to give you paid experience before you commit to a teacher training programme and they will give you a real head start.

**Primary and Secondary schools** are keen to give you experience and have a number of key roles working with their students. Here is an example of what our graduate candidates have been doing in schools over the last year…

***1:1 SEN TA*** 
***Learning Support Assistants***
***Learning & Behaviour Mentors***
***Academic Mentors***
***Personal Progress Tutors***
***Secondary Subject Mentors (Maths, English, Science & Languages) ***
***Speech & Communication Assistants***

We are proud to report that a high proportion of last years’ graduate cohort are now working directly for their host school or have started teacher training.
 
Your local consultant will be keen to hear from you, so whether you are a trainee or an experienced leader why not give them a call to see if your perfect school is looking for you? 

**Click apply now to hear more about these exciting opportunities!**

Remember to mention TARGETjobs when contacting employers!

Top