- Higher Level Teaching Assistants required (Primary, Secondary, SEND)
- Graduate and experienced Teaching Assistant Roles available
- West, South West and Central London
- September 2023 – July 2024 and beyond!
Have you been thinking about becoming a teacher for some time and want to take some valuable time out to gain experience and cement that this is the right career path for you before entering into teacher training territory?
Would you like to spend an academic year in a diverse and energetic London school that can give you exposure to working with children from varying socio-economic and cultural backgrounds as a Higher Level Teaching Assistant?
If you are a degree holder that achieved or expecting a 2:1 and above that would like to explore working in a Teaching Assistant role for the next academic year, from September, apply now as we have SO MANY roles for you!
With over 20 year’s combined experience in the education industry, our team have amassed a great amount of experience supporting aspiring teachers, helping them master the foundations of teaching in supportive environments that has stood them apart from their PGCE/Schools Direct/Teach First competition.
We pride ourselves on having secured many of these long-term Higher Level Teaching Assistants the onward opportunity of teacher training at the end of the Teaching Assistant placement.
We have a variety of positions within Primary, Secondary and SEND schools across West and Central London that require Graduates and experienced Higher Level Teaching Assistants to support a wide range of ages, backgrounds, and ability levels.
Pay rates vary from school to school and can be Full-Time Long Term and Permanent contracts ranging from £425-500 per week, or £18K – £22K per annum, depending on your skillset and experience.
Apply NOW, Join us this SEPTEMBER, and become another SUCCESS STORY! 🙂
What are the next steps in order to be considered for the HLTA role:
- Prepare your most up-to-date CV
- Click apply and begin your journey with WhoFoundWho
We look forward to hearing from you and supporting you in your education career!