Maths Graduate - Teaching Assistant
Graduate Maths Teaching Assistant - Wolverhampton
Are you a graduate with a Maths related degree?
Do you want to work in a 'Good' secondary school based in Wolverhampton?
If you want more than just 'classroom experience' on your further teacher training application, this Maths Teaching Assistant role at a well-led secondary school in Wolverhampton is what you have been searching for.
*** Maths Teaching Assistant
*** Long term position
*** Immediate start
*** £60-£70 per day
*** Interviews available immediately
As a Maths Teaching Assistant, your role will involve you supporting teaching and learning across the school. Very few roles have this level of responsibility whilst also providing such varied duties – this really is a golden opportunity for prospective primary teachers looking to get the perfect start to their careers. You will have the explicit support of a Headteacher as you begin life here, being able to rely on them to help you adjust to the pace of life at the school. Your duties will include learning on your feet as you work with pupils individually or in small groups who need extra support outside of the classroom. In this post, you will be participating in the creation of lessons that encourage independent learning amongst pupils. You will have the responsibility of moving into the popular Maths Department which is well-liked by the pupils. You will contribute to the planning and running of after school clubs and the Head of Maths is caring and will support you through the placement.
GCSE is compulsory examinations undertaken nationally by pupils in state schools aged 14-16. An average GCSE (KS4) score of 40.2 is a little above the normal result for the school. Only 24.7% of pupils speak English as a 1st language in the school, a proportion much lower than the countries average figure. This school gained a 2 in this schools most recent Ofsted inspection, which stands for `good.
Occupying an elevated status within the local area the school benefits from an enviable community spirit. It is considered a 'Good' school by Ofsted and adopts a creative approach to teaching as frequently as possible. With a wide range of extra-curricular activities, this school is a popular choice for creative students.
The right candidate will be a determined Maths graduate who has already spent time in a role where you worked closely with children and a strong academic record with a 2:2 or above in their chosen discipline. You must show the ability to inspire teachers and pupils with your enthusiasm and build bridges with all pupils. You will have a real love of your subject stemming from a genuine understanding and appreciation for the workings of it. The ideal individual should be able to show a commitment to the school by offering to take on extra duties.
If you want to join this professional and passionate team as a Maths Teaching Assistant, get your application in now! Click 'Apply Now' to send your CV to Luke Bacciochi at EduStaff.
Please note: due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted.