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Ark Teacher Training
Expiry date:
30 Jun 2019
Salary:
£28,000 per annum

Graduate Trainee Teacher

Ark Teacher Training

Ark Teacher Training is a two-year school-based teacher training programme that gives the best graduates the chance to transform lives through education.

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Expiry date:
30 Jun 2019
Salary:
£28,000 per annum
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Ark Teacher Training
Expiry date:
30 Jun 2019
Salary:
£28,000 per annum

Graduate Trainee Teacher

Ark Teacher Training

Ark Teacher Training is a two-year school-based teacher training programme that gives the best graduates the chance to transform lives through education.

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30 Jun 2019
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£28,000 per annum
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Ark Teacher Training
Expiry date:
30 Jun 2019
Salary:
£28,000 per annum

Graduate Trainee Teacher

Ark Teacher Training

Ark Teacher Training is a two-year school-based teacher training programme that gives the best graduates the chance to transform lives through education.

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Expiry date:
30 Jun 2019
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£28,000 per annum
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Industry:
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Ark Teacher Training
Expiry date:
30 Jun 2019
Salary:
£28,000 per annum

Graduate Trainee Teacher

Ark Teacher Training

Ark Teacher Training is a two-year school-based teacher training programme that gives the best graduates the chance to transform lives through education.

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Expiry date:
30 Jun 2019
Salary:
£28,000 per annum
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Industry:
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Apprentus
Expiry date:
30 Apr 2019
Salary:
£20.00 - £200.00 per hour

Urgent : Apprentus needs 10 tutors

Apprentus

Looking for an easy way to make money ? Want to have a free schedule ? Work whenever you want and wherever you want ! Fix your own rate and decide how much you want to get paid ! Sounds like a dream ? Not anymore, join Apprentus and benefit from all of

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30 Apr 2019
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£20.00 - £200.00 per hour
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Apprentus
Expiry date:
30 Apr 2019
Salary:
£20.00 - £200.00 per hour

We need 50 language tutors

Apprentus

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

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Expiry date:
30 Apr 2019
Salary:
£20.00 - £200.00 per hour
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Part-time
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Ongoing
Salary:
£70 - £90 per day

Teaching Assistants/Graduates to become Cover Supervisors

TimePlan Education

Teaching Assistants/Graduates to become Cover Supervisors in Folkestone Do you want to become a Cover Supervisor? Are you thinking of training to become a Teacher? Are you a TA or graduate looking to lead a class and grow your experience? Cover Supervisor

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Salary:
£70 - £90 per day
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Industry:
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Expiry date:
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Salary:
£50 per day

Graduate Opportunities: Cover Supervisors

THE SUPPLY REGISTER

The Supply Register are in the process of working with schools in the Liverpool region, who will be seeking Graduates to be Cover Supervisors, to be starting as soon as possible. The position is a temporary long-term role, £50 - £70 per day depending on e

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£50 per day
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Graduate Teaching Assistant - Tower Hamlets

TRADEWIND RECRUITMENT

This is an exciting opportunity for a graduate or experienced teaching assistant to develop their experience within education. A graduate with a degree graded 2:1 or above is ideal for this role and previous experience working with children is desirable.

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Industry:
Teaching
Expiry date:
Ongoing
Salary:
£65 per day

Graduate Teaching Assistant

REMEDY RECRUITMENT GROUP

Are you looking to gain experience and further your career in Education? Remedy Education are currently looking to recruit talented Graduate Teaching Assistants to expand our candidate base in East London If you are an industrious graduate looking to util

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£65 per day
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Industry:
Teaching
Expiry date:
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Salary:
£60 - £85 per day

Science Graduate Teaching Assistant

Teach 360

Science Graduate Teaching Assistant - Immediate/September 2019 start - Secondary School - Greenwich - £60 - £85 daily rate Science Graduate Teaching Assistant required for September 2019 Forward thinking Secondary School based in Greenwich Science Graduat

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£60 - £85 per day
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£19,554 - £21,166 per annum

Graduate English Tutor

Hays

Graduate English Tutor - No Teaching Experience Required Permanent | 37 hours per week | Term-Time (inc. 2 inset days) | APT & C Band E £19,554 - £21,166 (Pro Rata) Calling all graduates - in English - or an appropriately similar subject. You might be an

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£19,554 - £21,166 per annum
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Industry:
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Expiry date:
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Salary:
£65 per day

Graduate Teaching Assistant

Veritas Education Recruitment

Graduate Teaching Assistant All boys Roman Catholic Secondary School West London We are currently working with a very distinguished Roman Catholic School in a very sought after location in Central/West London. The school caters for boys only. The school

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Graduate Teaching Assistant

Edustaff

Graduate Teaching Assistant - South West London Based in South West London, this charming primary School has developed into a productive learning environment and are now looking for a caring Graduate Teaching Assistant to join their team. >> Graduate Teac

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Graduate Teaching Assistant

Thames Teachers

Graduate Teaching Assistant – Geography A high achieving School in the London Borough of Waltham Forest are looking to secure a Graduate Teaching Assistant for April 2019 start. THE SCHOOL The School is a high achieving school rated good by Ofsted in Sept

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Primary Graduate Teaching Assistant in Hammersmith & Fulham

SERVOCA EDUCATION RESOURCING

Primary Graduate Teaching Assistant in Hammersmith & Fulham A mainstream Primary School based in the London borough of Hammersmith & Fulham are seeking two Graduate Teaching Assistants for an April start. Graduate Teaching Assistant London borough of Ha

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£65 per day
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Maths Teaching Assistant - Graduate Teaching Assistant

Teachers

Maths Graduate Teaching Assistant – Maths Intervention Apply for this Maths Graduate role today and support pupils with vital 1:1 and small group sessions Have you graduated in a Maths related subject degree and now considering teaching as a rewarding fut

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Contract
Industry:
Teaching
Expiry date:
Ongoing
Salary:
£80 per day

Graduate Teaching Assistant

Key Skills Education

Graduate Teaching Assistant required for large 11-18 comprehensive school in East London to start this month for a long term role until July 2019. Fantastic opportunity for a recent Graduate with a passion for teaching to develop their practice within a

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Ongoing
Salary:
£80 per day
Job type:
Graduate job
Contract type:
Contract
Industry:
Teaching
Expiry date:
Ongoing
Salary:
£56 per day

Graduate Teaching Assistant

Teaching Personnel

Are you thinking about a career in Education? Are you a successful graduate or are you graduating in summer 2019? Teaching Personnel has the perfect opportunity for you Working with a school in Blackburn, Teaching Personnel are seeking graduates for a 12

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£56 per day
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Contract type:
Contract
Industry:
Teaching
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Salary:
£50 - £70 per day

Graduate Teaching Assistant – Immediate Start – Kent (All Areas)

Tempest Resourcing

Are you a recent graduate seeking a career in education? Are you looking for valuable classroom experience, perhaps even a teacher training opportunity? Graduate Teaching Assistant role Starting Immedatley Teaching Assistant Teacher Training opportunitie

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Salary:
£50 - £70 per day
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Industry:
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Helping you find a career in Teaching & education

Teaching is one of the most important jobs in the world - whether you’re working in a school, for a charity or in adult education, your days will be dedicated to widening people’s opportunities, bolstering their future prospects, and shaping their view of the world around them.

As with any industry, there are various different types of teaching jobs out there. You could work in a primary school, for example, or at a higher level in a secondary school, sixth form college or university. Your skills could also see you working in non-profit organisations, charities or in adult education.

So, do you want to be responsible for inspiring and shaping the minds of the future generation? Do you want to inspire individuals to become thoughtful, engaged citizens? Do you think you could pass on your love of education to those who might not feel inspired to engage with it?

Teachers pass on a huge amount of skills to their students, whether they are teaching in an infant school or in an adult learning environment. The job involves long hours in the classroom and a lot of lesson planning and preparation, but the satisfaction of the job is good enough pay-off for the majority of teachers.


Skills required for a career in the Teaching & education industry
People with all different kinds of personalities can be amazing teachers, but there are a few key skills you'll need. These include patience when dealing with difficult students, tact in dealing with tricky situations, and an ability to build relationships easily. You'll also need loads of passion for what you do - this is how you'll get your class excited and engaged in what they're learning, whether your students are five or 45.

When working in education, in whatever role, you will be in a position of responsibility and will be looked up to by those that you are teaching. For this reason, the skills required by teachers are similar across the board. You will of course also need a very strong knowledge of your subject, and be prepared to learn along with your students in a large number of cases.
Typical Teaching & education career progression routes
The first step after your Postgraduate Certificate of Education (PGCE) is to become a Newly Qualified Teacher (NQT), and eventually a Qualified Teacher (QT).

From here, progression could see you become a form tutor, head of department, head of year, and/or eventually a head teacher.

You can find specific information about what you need to do to teach at different levels at the Training and Development Agency for Schools website.

In a university setting you are likely to start by hosting first year seminars as part of your PhD, before taking on more responsibility for students later on in their studies as your standing within the department increases over a number of years.
Typical Career Development for the Teaching & education industry
In terms of training, as a teacher there will be opportunities for professional development and continued learning throughout your career. You will of course also be expected to ensure your subject knowledge is up to date.

The government and organisations within the sector provide opportunities for further training for teachers. In autumn 2017, for example, the £75 million Teaching and Leadership Innovation Fund was announced, with the aim of providing teachers with skills and knowledge-based training in areas including leadership, early reading, and best practice in teaching of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) subjects. Opportunities such as those provided by this and similar schemes will be facilitated by the government through individual Local Education Authorities (LEAs) and individual schools, so you won’t need to take personal responsibility for pursuing the opportunities these schemes offer.
How much do Teaching & education professionals get paid?
A teacher just beginning their career (known as a Newly Qualified Teacher/NQT) will earn a minimum of £22,917, or £28,660 in inner London, as of 2017-18.

Salaries can increase to over £30,000 relatively quickly, especially in London, where schools have been given the freedom to develop their own pay scales in order to attract the best teachers.

Those working in inner city or private schools traditionally earn a higher amount than the majority of teachers, as do those who are qualified to work with Special Educational Needs (SEN) children.

At the highest end of the scale, headteachers in inner London can earn a maximum of £116,738.

There are also a number of perks that come alongside a teaching salary, including long holidays and a generous pension. You can also benefit from Teaching and Learning Responsibility (TLR) payments: bonuses of between £2,667 and £13,027 for taking on responsibilities beyond your designated role.

You can see more details about teachers’ salaries here.
How to get there
Work experience is essential if you want to become a teacher, to gain practical experience as well as to ensure that this is the area you want to pursue as your career. Schools are often very open to volunteers coming in to shadow teachers or help out in the classroom, so see if you can do this at a local school. You may need to complete a CRB check to ensure that you can work with children before your placement begins. If you are completing your PGCE you will complete placements in schools as part of your course.

Once you have finished your degree, you will need to complete your teacher training. There are various different ways that you can do this.

  • School-led training: courses based in schools, giving practical training from the beginning

  • University-led training: courses provided by universities, which will give you both the practical and academic skills required and will include school placements


Both these routes should include a PGCE, which is the practical qualification needed to qualify as a teacher.
What qualifications do I need for a Teaching & education career
Degrees in any subject can lead you into primary school teaching, as long as you complete your PGCE afterwards. Because of the soft skills required, many graduates in humanities or education-based subjects choose to go down the primary teaching route.

For secondary teaching and higher, the majority of the time you’ll need a degree in your chosen subject first, again followed by a PGCE.

Because of a national shortage of teachers in certain areas, you may sometimes be able to move into teaching in certain fields without an undergraduate degree in the exact subject. Topping up your knowledge with a Subject Knowledge Enhancement (SKE) course can lead you to a career as a teacher in one of the following areas:

  • Maths
  • Physics

  • Languages

  • Chemistry

  • Computing

  • Biology

  • Geography

  • English

  • Design and technology

  • Primary maths


A SKE course is likely to be for you if your degree wasn’t in your chosen subject but was closely related, you studied the subject at A level but not at degree level, you have an unrelated degree but relevant professional experience in the subject, or it's been a long time time you used the knowledge gained in your degree.

You can also get a tax-free bursary of up to £5,600 to support yourself whilst studying your SKE course. Courses last between eight and 28 weeks, depending on the amount of time needed to top-up your knowledge.
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