Graduate Secondary Teaching Assistant
Job ID: 5764890
Nantwich, Cheshire, England
£75 - 85 per day
Job Type: Full Time
Graduate Teaching Assistant in Nantwich Secondary School
Are you a recent graduate with a passion for education and a desire to make a positive impact on young minds? We're looking for a dynamic and enthusiastic Graduate Teaching Assistant to join one of our dedicated teams at a secondary school for 11-16 years olds, located in the charming town of Nantwich.
The school has adapted an innovative learning environment where they are committed to providing a cutting-edge and supportive learning space that fosters creativity, critical thinking, and personal growth.
You will be joining an experienced team of supportive educators who are dedicated to helping you develop your skills and make a real difference in the lives of the students.
Nantwich is a vibrant community, and the school takes pride in being an integral part of it. As a Graduate Teaching Assistant, you'll have the opportunity to engage with the local community and contribute to its educational development. Nantwich has fantastic transport links to neighbouring cities via its train and bus services.
- Classroom Support: Assist teachers in delivering engaging and effective lessons, providing support to students in various subjects.
- One-on-One Assistance: Work closely with students who may require additional support, helping them to achieve their academic goals.
- Inclusive Learning: Embrace and promote a diverse and inclusive learning environment, catering to the needs of all students.
- Collaborative Approach: Collaborate with teachers and other staff members to contribute to the overall success of the school and its students.
What’s on Offer:
- Full-time, long-term Graduate Teaching Assistant role starting immediately
- Earn up to £85 per day
- Professional Development
- Opportunities for ongoing training and career advancement
- Supportive Environment
- Join a collaborative team dedicated to creating a positive and inspiring learning environment
- Inclusive Community
- Be part of a diverse and inclusive school community that values every individual
- A minimum of a bachelor's degree (2:1 & above desirable, from a Russell Group University).
- Strong verbal and written communication skills are essential.
- Ability to work collaboratively with colleagues and contribute positively to the school community.
- Flexibility and adaptability to meet the evolving needs of the school and its students.
How to Apply:
If you're ready to embark on a rewarding journey in education, we want to hear from you. Please submit your CV, cover letter to KPI Education Cheshire.
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