£75 - £85 per day
about 1 month ago
Long term perm
EAL/MFL Teaching Assistant - graduate role in a Secondary school!
If you have studied languages (Spanish & French) and have experience of supporting young people abroad - this graduate opportunity could be ideal!
Are you an ambitious graduate who has a passion for languages and a desire to secure a role within education supporting young learners to grasp English as an additional language?
Do you have experience teaching English to speakers of other languages, for example within a TEFL qualification or similar?
Would you thrive in an EAL teaching assistant role whereby you are supporting international new arrivals to settle in to their new school environment and helping them with strategies to learn English?
EAL/MFL Teaching Assistant
Graduate Role - UK degree required
Languages (Spanish & French ideally) required
Ideal for an aspiring teacher
Support EAL learners
Excellent training & development
Secondary school based in Southwark, very close to Elephant & Castle train station
Earn up to £75 - £85 per week
To start September 2018
As an EAL Teaching Assistant you will support international new arrivals who need additional support learning English as a second language. You will use a variety of strategies and resources to aid and support the learning of EAL students. This role is well suited to someone who has studied MFL and is looking to become a teacher in the future as the experience and knowledge you will gain will be invaluable. You will run small group and 1-1 interventions to support student learning within English to ensure they gain the best quality education.
You must have a UK degree, all core subject degree subjects will be considered if you have recently achieved a 2.1 or above, however you must be able to speak French or Spanish. You will be required to have experience working with EAL students previously whether in the UK or teaching English overseas and/or a TEFL or similar qualification. You should be passionate about providing an inclusive education and have a desire to work within education. Last year the school appointed a graduate EAL teaching assistant for this role who has now secured a teacher training course and has started their training this September. The knowledge and skills gained from this EAL TA position will provide the successful applicant with invaluable knowledge and skills. Should you be keen to work with young people as a teacher in the future then this EAL TA is a great opportunity to begin your education career journey!
If you think you have what it takes to truly succeed in this role and support EAL learners then click apply and send your CV to Carly Walters at Remedy Education!!