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Mathematics Teaching Assistant – MATHSTA

Location:

Southwark, London

Category:

secondary

Posted on:

10th Sep 2019

Contact:

adam.sugarman@qualiteachltd.co.uk

Length:

Full-Time

Length:

Job ref:

MATHSTA

Salary

£75 - £85 per day

Mathematics Teaching Assistant / Maths TA – Southwark – £75 to £85 a day – Full Time, ASAP Start – Mixed secondary school

*** Mathematics Teaching Assistant / Maths TA – Southwark

*** Mathematics Teaching Assistant / Maths TA – £75 to £85

*** Mathematics Teaching Assistant / Maths TA – Full Time

*** Mathematics Teaching Assistant / Maths TA – Mixed Secondary School

Do you have a DBS on the update service?

Are you a Mathematics Graduate with a 2:1 or a 1st?

Would the opportunity to gain experience working within the Maths Department of a mainstream secondary school be of interest to you?

If you answered yes to the above, then this mathematics Teaching Assistant role is for you!

Mathematics Teaching Assistant / Maths TA – The Role:

The successful mathematics teaching assistant will hold a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, with a minimum pass rate of a 2:1 as well as a DBS on the update service. You will be required to assist teachers and students in class as well as run mathematics intervention for all year groups; especially year 11 GCSE classes.

Mathematics Teaching Assistant / Maths TA – The Role:

This School was rated requires improvement three years ago and was reopened under United Learning with a new and proven Headteacher. This Headteacher has brought in a Teaching and Learning expert as well as numeracy and literacy experts to really push the school onwards and upwards. It is very exciting times at the school as they believe the new Ofsted will read Good with Outstanding features and the students will make a huge leap of improvement. This school is easily accessible via public transport with an over ground and jubilee station within 6 minutes’ walk.

Apply for this Mathematics Teaching Assistant role or contact Adam Sugarman at Qualiteach for more information!