English Graduate Teaching Assistant - West Yorkshire
i-teachers are looking for a recent English graduate keen to embark on a career in teaching who would like to gain paid experience in an English Department to support their teacher training application.
We have a number of positions across West Yorkshire, including Leeds, and Bradford, with our schools looking for an English graduate to join their English department for this academic year.
The host schools offer fantastic guidance to support their graduate Teaching Assistants with their teacher training application the following year.
- English Department Teaching Assistant
- Secondary School Posts
- Great PGCE experience
- Roles across West Yorkshire
- Training and Support
- £300-£325 per week
Our Teaching Assistant posts see our graduates support the learning of children both inside and outside of the classroom. You will be specifically assigned to the English department to assist their fantastic teachers. Day to day you will help pupils on a one to one basis and in small group exercises. The experienced teachers you work with will help you to develop your own skills as you look to progress in your own career.
Before attending any interviews or trial days, i-teachers offers all of the graduates we work with guidance and support on preparation, to build confidence and provide the best opportunity to secure a position. Then, throughout the year, you will gain comprehensive training from both i-teachers and your host school to support your role and help you prepare for embarking on your chosen teacher training pathway. A large number of last year’s graduate cohort were expected onto a schools direct training programme within their host school!
Could this be the perfect start to your career as an English teacher? If you think you have what it takes to succeed as an English Graduate Teaching Assistant, apply to register with us to work in a school across West Yorkshire! Click apply or send your CV and covering letter to Amy at i-teachers.
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