First for Education employs a significant number of Teaching Assistant across the midlands. We understand the types of training, skills and experience you need to be a successful TA and are committed to giving you support and development for your role as soon as you register with us.
When you register with us, not only will you be provided with a Training Manager who will spend time with you getting to know what you want from your teaching career, you will also be enrolled on our comprehensive CPD programme which will enable you to develop your skills further.
What does a Teaching Assistant do?
A Teaching Assistant helps Teachers prepare materials for lessons covering all subjects and support them with ensuring pupils get the most out of their learning. Working with individuals or groups of pupils, it is a TA’s responsibility to make sure that children stay on-task and remain engaged in their work. TAs will also be called upon when a Teacher is temporarily unavailable so that the children can be supervised appropriately.
In certain schools a TA may need to be a specialist in a particular area such as literacy, numeracy or special educational needs (SEN). This is particularly a requirement in secondary schools where a TA is more likely to be working with individuals and small groups who may have SEN requirements.
At First for Education we have a broad range of TA jobs available so if you’re looking for a new position then we are here to help. Over the years we have built excellent relationships with a large number of primary and secondary schools across the region and consequently, we have access to some of the best TA job opportunities in the region.
When you register with First for Education you will benefit from:
Excellent pay rates
Reliable weekly payments
CPD programme designed to support you with your career
Dedicated Training Manager
Access to free teaching resources
Networking opportunities with other teachers
To find out more about teaching jobs in the West Midlands and to see how we can help, please contact us now.