Graduate Teaching Assistant

Type: Graduate
Region:

Attention, graduates in the Southeast of England.

Are you a graduate or about to graduate looking to start a fulfilling and highly rewarding career in education, health, or social care?

Look no further than Shape A Life, the movement sweeping the UK to support graduates on their career journey.

If you’re interested in careers like Teaching, Child Psychology, Educational Psychology, Clinical Psychology, Mental Health Social Work, Children’s Nursing, Health Visiting, Speech, and Language Therapy, and many more, Shape A Life is your first step.

We have roles available across the East of England including Essex, Hertfordshire, Southend, Kent, Slough, Wokingham, Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Southampton, Portsmouth, Surrey, West Berkshire, East Sussex.

Benefits youll enjoy:

  • Excellent salary of 450 – 550 per week
  • Unrivalled on-the-job experience
  • Ability to put your degree to good use and build a rewarding career.
  • Term time only role lots of holidays!

We offer an experience programme that can help you find your dream role, working in a school or college in your local area. As a Teaching Assistant, you’ll be able to support young people where they need it most and earn while you learn.

Whether you choose to work in primary, secondary, 6th form, or SEN, Shape A Life will equip you with the necessary skills to succeed. Our programme offers you the chance to support learning and well-being while shaping the lives of young people.

Youll need:

  • Passion and enthusiasm to shape the next generation.
  • A completed bachelors degree – 2:2 or above
  • Have high expectations of teaching and learning and well-being.
  • Ability to relate well to pupils and adults.
  • Be keen to develop as a professional

Your Key Responsibilities:

  • Provide teaching support in small groups and with individual pupils.
  • To assist with the general pastoral care of students
  • Promote positive values, attitudes, and good pupil behaviour.
  • Actively encourage the inclusion of all students to participate in the life and activities of the school.
  • Support the teacher with monitoring progress.
  • Assisting in the planning and learning activities.
  • To do playground duty on a rota basis.
  • Support pupils with their educational and social development by modelling positive behaviour and demonstrating high expectations.
  • Promote and reinforce the inclusion, acceptance, and integration of all pupils.

We’re not just an experience programme; we’re a movement. We will help you start your dream career!

Are you ready to join?

Take the first step to your fulfilling career by joining Shape A Life today! Send us your CV so we can discuss local opportunities available near you.

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