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We need 50 language tutors

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Demands on language classes are increasing and we are in urgent need for language tutors. Apply now and start tutoring !

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GRADUATE TEACHING ASSISTANTS NEEDED FOR SCHOOL IN KINGS CROSS

Veritas Education Recruitment

Graduate Teaching Assistant Veritas Education is currently looking for recent graduates to join an outstanding primary school based in north London and central London. The school The school provi

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Graduate Primary Teaching Assistant - Maldon

Edustaff

Graduate Primary Teaching Assistant - Maldon A brilliantly bright and confident Graduate with excellent literacy & numeracy skills is required at a high achieving school for the Primary Teaching

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Maths Graduate Teaching Assistant

I-Teachers

Maths Graduate Teaching Assistant – Paid School Experience – Teacher Training Opportunity i-teachers is a graduate teaching specialist that places bright, personable and positive graduate

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Graduate Teaching Assistant - Future Teachers

Protocol Education

Protocol Education are looking for graduates who wish to work within the education sector. The 'Future Teachers Programme' has been created by Protocol Education to aid your development into a

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Innovative Graduate - Science Teaching Assistant – Lewisham

Edustaff

Graduate Science Teaching Assistant – Aspiring Science Teacher – Lewisham A high achieving secondary school is looking for a confident and innovative Science Teaching Assistant to join th

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Graduates required for Teaching Assistant roles

Teaching Personnel

Teaching Personnel is currently looking for graduates who are looking for a route into Teaching. We work with a number of Primary Schools across Croydon who require established or aspiring Teaching As

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Graduate Teaching Assistant - Science

I-Teachers

Science Graduate Teaching Assistant – Paid School Experience – Teacher Training Opportunity i-teachers is a graduate teaching specialist that places bright, personable and positive gradua

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Graduate English Teaching Assistant – Aspiring Teacher - Lewisham

Edustaff

Graduate English Teaching Assistant – Aspiring English Teacher – Lewisham A vibrant secondary school is looking for a highly literate and enthusiastic English Teaching Assistant to join t

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English Graduate Teaching Assistant – Paid School Experience

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English Graduate Teaching Assistant – Paid School Experience – Teacher Training Opportunity i-teachers is a graduate teaching specialist that places bright, personable and positive gradua

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Graduate Teaching Assistants - September

Destination Education

Destination Education are currently looking for multiple graduate teaching assistants to work at a wonderful two form entry primary school based in East London. This is a great opportunity to work wit

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Articulate Graduate - Speech & Language Teaching Assistant – Lewisha

Edustaff

English, Linguistics, Psychology or a Speech and Language Graduate - Speech & Language Teaching Assistant – Lewisham Are you an English, Linguistics, Psychology or a Speech and Language Gra

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Teaching Assistant - Psychology Graduate

Academics

Teaching Assistant - Psychology Graduate Islington Are you supportive, understanding and engaging? Can you effective build and develop long lasting relationships with young people with SEN? Have y

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Graduate Teaching Assistant

Tradewind Recruitment

Tradewind are working with an inclusive faith Secondary School in Harrow who are seeking Graduate Teaching Assistants to join their support team this September 2019. As a Graduate Teaching Assistant,

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Graduate Early Years Teaching Assistant – Lewisham

Edustaff

Graduate Early Years Teaching Assistant – Aspiring Teacher – Lewisham A supportive primary school is delighted to offer this opportunity for an Early Years Teaching Assistant from Septemb

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Graduate Teaching Assistant - Lovely Secondary School - Newham

Academics

Graduate Teaching Assistant - Lovely Secondary School - Newham Are you a graduate considering a career in teaching? A lovely secondary school in East London is looking for a graduate teaching assist

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£18,918 - £21,479 per annum

Graduate Teaching Partner / Cover Supervisor

Tempest Resourcing

Tempest Resourcing are currently working with a secondary school in Brent who are seeking 5 recent graduates to join their school in September 2019 as a graduate teaching partner / cover supervisors,

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Graduate Primary Teaching Assistant – Aspiring Teacher - Lewisham

Edustaff

Graduate Primary Teaching Assistant – Aspiring Primary Teacher - Lewisham A brilliantly bright and creative Graduate with excellent literacy & numeracy skills is required at a high achievin

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Psychology graduate - SEN Teaching Assistant -South West London

Remedy Education

Psychology Graduate - ASD Support - Wandsworth Are you a recent Psychology Graduate looking to start work within a ASD school based in Wandsworth? Our lovely ASD school based in Wandsworth are look

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SEN Learning Support Assistant – Psychology Graduate – Lewisham

Edustaff

Graduate SEN Learning Support Assistant – Aspiring Therapist/Teacher - Lewisham An Outstanding Primary School is looking for an exceptional Psychology Graduate to join their supportive departme

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Helping you find a career in the Teaching industry

Working in teaching you see you helping everyone achieve their full potential, no matter the age or subject. As a teacher, you’ll be responsible for a whole class or as an assistant you will likely dedicate your attention towards specific students. It’s an incredibly rewarding career choice, but it’s is not without its difficulties.

Teachers have to be patient and creative in their teaching to make sure that all different learning styles are accommodated for. This is applicable whether you work in special education, adult colleges, universities or state schools.

To become a teacher you have to undergo teacher training, in which you will cover two key stages. The key stages are:

Early years foundation stage (EYFS) – 0-5 year olds; nursery and reception
Key Stage 1 – Ages 5-7; Years 1-2
Key Stage 2 – Ages 7-11; Years 3, 4, 5 and 6
Key Stage 3 – Ages 14-16; Years 10 and 11

After you have completed your teacher training you will have qualified teacher status (QTS), which means that you can teach any age in a school. Typically, teachers will stay within the age ranges that they trained in although you do have the option to move around.

In primary schools (Key Stage 1 and 2) you will be required to teach a range of subjects, whereas for secondary school (Key Stage 3) you usually specialise in one or two subjects.

Alternatively, if you prefer teaching adults, a position as a lecturer in a university or adult college may be for you.

Most teachers will also rely upon a teaching assistant in the classroom, either for general assistance or to provide extra help for those who may need it. For this, you do not require a degree but will still be responsible for helping students achieve their full potential.


Skills & interests required for a career in Teaching
To be a teacher you need to be creative to cater for the different learning styles that the pupils in your classes will have. People don’t learn in the same way and it’s important to be able to explain concepts in a variety of ways so that everyone can understand.

In order to do this you’ll need a deep understanding of the subjects that you teach and it’ll also help if you’re passionate about it. If you find it boring then you can guarantee that your students will too!

Teachers have to be able to bring their A-game every day. You might be tired, or hungry, but you still need to muster up the energy to deliver engaging lessons and help students learn.

Teaching requires an incredible amount of dedication and resilience. Whilst it is an incredibly rewarding career, it can be challenging to get students to learn when they don’t feel like it.

Other skills that will help you as a teacher are:
  • Time management

  • Organisation

  • Flexibility

  • Communication

  • Patience
Graduate schemes & other typical career progression routes in Teaching
There are numerous different career progression routes for teachers. One option could be taking on extra responsibilities within a school, such as being a head of a year group or department. Eventually this could lead to becoming a deputy head and then a head teacher.

Alternatively, many choose to move into the education sector of the government after teaching for a while. Through this you would be more involved with the delivery of education on a national level and ensuring that standards are maintained, reviewing syllabuses and ensuring that our education system remains competitive with other nations.

As a lecturer you can also take on more responsibilities through more students, running your own courses, and conducting research. All these things will be key to making yourself noticed and moving up to department heads or the head of a school.

You could also decide to pursue a career as an academic author.
Tips for getting into the field
Source as much work experience as you can. Contact local schools and youth groups and try to gain experience with the age ranges that you would like to teach.
How much can graduates earn in Teaching?
As a qualified teacher, you will earn between £22,917-£33,824 per annum. If you work within London you will earn between £28,660-£39,006 per annum.

As a leading practitioner you could earn between £39,374-£59,857 per annum, or between £46,814-£67,305 in London.

As a head teacher you could earn anything between £44,544-£109,366 per annum.

Further education teachers can earn between £24,202 and £36,524, which will rise to around £43,000 with experience. With a position of leadership within a university, for example the head of a school, you could earn close to £90,000.

You will also be paid additionally for taking on extra responsibilities such as after school clubs, head of department or exam marking.

The average salary for a teaching assistant is £12,022 per annum, although this will be more if you work within London. With extensive experience this can rise to £23,000.
What qualifications do I need for a career in Teaching?
To achieve Qualified Teacher Status you must complete an Initial Teacher Training (ITT) programme through either a university or school. This usually takes around a year to complete. After this, you will be a Newly Qualified Teacher (NQT) and have to take an induction year.

However, there are some conditions that you need to meet in order to get onto an ITT programme:
  • A 2:2 degree or above

  • GCSE grade C in English and Maths (Primary school teaching also requires you to have a C in a science)

  • Pass a professional skills test in numeracy and literacy

  • Pass a DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check

If you want to teach in a secondary school and specialise in a specific subject, your degree should be related to it. However, there are subject knowledge enhancement courses available for those who want to teach a different subject.

The route to becoming a higher education teacher, ie a lecturer, is a little different. You must complete a PhD in the field that you wish to study. After this, you’ll need teaching experience in a university setting in order to secure a position as a full-time lecturer.
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