A secondary school in the Trafford area is looking for a Mathematics graduate who is looking to pursue a career in education. The successful Maths graduate will need to be confident and be motivated in their approach to working with 11 – 16 year olds. The successful Maths graduate should have experience of working with young people as a tutor, youth worker or in another capacity; able to utilise transferable skills when supporting in the classroom.
Key highlights of this Graduate opportunity:
The Mathematics graduate will be completing a full 360-degree role within the school. This role will require strong Mathematical knowledge and confidence as it will involve working with students in small groups or 1:1 outside of the classroom. This will provide the opportunity to support with intervention and catch up in Mathematics. As a core subject, the school place high regard in Numeracy and Maths skills, with the successful individual fulfilling a pivotal and important role in the education of the students. There may also be the opportunity to cover full lessons in the absence of the classroom teacher. This will demand good behaviour management skills but also the ability to control a full classroom of students. The role
The school is located in the Trafford education authority of Greater Manchester and is looking for an individual graduate who can easily access the school. The school is easily accessible from the local areas of Urmston, Flixton, Irlam and Sale/Altrincham via public transport with the M60 motorway network also very close.
If you are a recent Mathematics graduate looking to pursue a future career in education, then please do not hesitate to apply by sending your most up-to-date CV. This role will also suit a confident graduate who wants to work alongside professional teachers and gain experience within a secondary school setting.
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All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay. This advert is for a temporary position. In some cases, the option to make this role permanent may become available at a later date.
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