As a Teaching Assistant, you will be working closely with the class teachers in KS3 and KS4 to support, motivate and encourage students to reach their full potential. You will be required to work with a range of students with differing needs and abilities, including students with mild to moderate SEN including Autism, Dyslexia and Mild Learning Difficulties. This role would particularly suit a Psychology Graduate with prior experience working with children or young adults, however this is not essential, and all training will be provided.
This is a very successful 11 - 18 girls' comprehensive school who has high standards and high expectations. This school aims to help each and every student to succeed. A love of learning is a priority and the pastoral system supports students in their academic and personal development. The calm, caring and purposeful learning environment is commented on by all of their visitors and this helps students to achieve beyond expectations and to be challenged to improve on their personal best.
Serviced by the Northern line and local buses, this school is easily accessible from all areas of London.
To be successful in this Psychology Graduate Teaching Assistant position in Barnet, you will:
* Be a recent Graduate of Psychology with a 2:1 minimum
* Be a confident, outgoing and personable individual with a passion for helping people
* Have an encouraging, motivating and positive outlook
* Have some prior experience working with children, youths or in a school setting; however, this is not essential
* This position would particularly suit a Psychology Graduate who aspires to become a Secondary Teacher
Click 'Apply' to be considered for this exceptional opportunity as a Psychology Graduate Teaching Assistant in Barnet. Or for more information about the role, please call, or send your CV to Caitlin; 0207 845 5450 option 2 / Caitlin.Cranwell@twrecruitment.com
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