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Prospero Teaching are actively seeking English graduates with degrees who want to work as Teaching Assistants and possibly become teachers in the future.
You will be required to support students with learning difficulties in a mainstream school, implemeting stratergies to support their academic and social and emotional growth. Many graduates move into salaried, trainee teacher roles.
To apply for this role you will require C and above GCSE Maths and English, A levels or equivelant and a degree related degree, possess good communication skills and dedication.
As a English Graduate Teaching Assistant, you will be exposed to students of various age and abilities and build positive relationships with these students to ensure they are accessing the National Curriculum, their learning is positive and they are making progress. You will be able to analyse data and build your ability to raise attainment using key skills, lesson plans and numeracy and literacy intervention tasks and much more. All this will build your expertise of how students are monitored, data is analysed and attainment is raised and students are managed – perfect for those looking to teach.
What does the English Graduate teaching role involve:
* Working in the Learning Support / SEND Department of a secondary school
* Supporting the class teacher and students during lessons
* Building a rapport with 5 – 6 students with specific needs and implementing strategies to support, nurture, engage and raise attainment in their secondary years
* 1:1sessions supporting in your subject specialism
* Running intervention groups in your subject area to build their knowledge of the subject
English Graduate teaching hours and pay:
Full-time school hours, 8.20am – 3.45pm, Monday to Friday.
You will be required to run an after school club once a week until 4.30pm and attend a departmental meeting once a week.
The role is paid weekly at a daily rate of £80 per day and can become a permanent post in the future.
* You will be supported by the school within the SEN Department by the SENCO, HLTAs, Pastoral Staff, Class Teachers and parents
* The school, ahead of time, will provide you with specific information in relation to each child to ensure you are able to support them well.
* You will be provided with resources and strategies to support learners, behaviour management training, group and 1:1 training from qualified, experienced passionate staff.
What support will I be given as a Graduate Teaching Assistant?
* You'll be given training, guidance and support by an experienced consultant at Prospero and our Training and Development Team (all experienced teachers) as well as from the school themselves.
* A programme of FREE Training and CPD sessions are also offered.
This post can lead to a salaried teacher training role
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