Year 5 Teacher Assistant | Southwark | April 17th Start
Principal Recruitment Technology
Attention all aspiring teacher assistants!
We’re currently looking for a teacher assistant for our Year 5 students. If you’re passionate about teaching and love working with children, this may just be the perfect opportunity for you.
As a Year 5 teacher assistant, you’ll be responsible for helping the classroom teacher with various tasks including preparing lesson plans, grading papers, and providing one-on-one support for individual students who may need extra assistance. You’ll also help to maintain a positive and productive learning environment for our Year 5 students.
We’re looking for someone who is patient, organised, and can work well in a team setting. Experience working with children is a plus, but not necessarily required. This is a wonderful opportunity to gain valuable experience in the education field and make a difference in the lives of young students.
If you’re interested in this position, please apply with your resume and a brief cover letter highlighting your relevant experience and why you would be a great fit for our team. We look forward to hearing from you!
Let’s get started!
To qualify for this post, you must hold a teaching qualification and QTS along with at least three months experience in the last two years.
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