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Design Technology graduate – Resistant Materials (Teaching Assistant) Would you consider yourself creative with a desire to teach? >Design and Technology Teaching Assistant (Resistant Mater
Graduate Teaching Assistant Graduate Teaching Assistant – Barnet, North West London Large Secondary School with Academy Status – ‘Good’ Ofsted rating – September 2019 &
Top Graduates – Teaching Assistant position this September Are you a graduate considering a career in teaching? We want to hear from you! We have roles across London in secondary schools this S
Location: Redbridge Salary : £60 - £75 per day Job Type: Long Term Sector: Graduate Teaching Assistant Are you looking to gain experience and further your career in Education? Remedy
Maths Teaching Assistant - Barking and Dagenham, East London A highly successful secondary school in Newham, east London would like to appoint a talented Maths graduate that has achieved a 2:2or high
History Graduate for Teaching Assistant (Colchester) Are you ready to create your own History? >History Graduate Teaching Assistant >Secondary school, located in Colchester >Full-time, per
TeacherActive - Nottingham
Are you a graduate in education? Have you got experience with children with special needs? We are currently looking for a SEN teaching assistant to join our supply team in Nottingham. This job role i
Graduate Teaching Assistant Specification Graduate Teaching Assistant: I am looking for Graduates who are aspiring Teachers wanting work in Manchester or surrounding boroughs. The positions are to wo
Veritas Education Recruitment
SEPTEMBER 2019 START * Are you a graduate looking for Graduate Teaching Assistant position from September 2019? Is your long term goal to support pupils with special needs throughout their journey in
Graduate Maths Teaching Assistant – Aspiring Maths Teacher – Barnet A high achieving secondary school is looking for a driven and dynamic Maths Teaching Assistant to join their supportive
Have you considered the standard graduate schemes but want to spend your time in a more social, inspiring environment? At Academics we specialise in finding graduates long-term, full-time roles in s
Graduate TA - Primary TA- South East London Charlene at Career Teachers is recruiting for a number of Graduate TA's for positions staring in September. We have schools located in the South East
Veritas Education Recruitment
We are looking for Teaching Assistants to join a secondary school in Chelmford from September 2019. We are ideally looking for TAs with the following experience: * Degree educated - ideally relevan
Graduate English Teaching Assistant – Aspiring English Teacher – Brent A creative and forward-thinking secondary school is looking for a highly literate and inventive English Teaching Ass
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.