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How to Write an Effective Teaching Assistant CV

Whether you’re just starting out in your career or you are changing from a completely different sector, applying for a teaching assistant role might be the first step you’re taking to get into teaching.

You don’t necessarily need any past experience to become a teaching assistant, but what you do need is a well-written CV.

If this will be your first role in a teaching environment, you need to be able to showcase to the school that you are both capable and enthusiastic.

Here at World Class Teachers, our teaching agency has put together a few tips and tricks for writing a stellar CV if you are applying for a TA role. To find out more, or to speak to our friendly team directly, please feel free to get in touch.

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Changes to Teacher Training in 2021

From September 2021, teacher training and professional development is changing. Newly Qualified Teachers will be known as Early Career Teachers, and all will be required to follow the new 2 year induction programme, receiving support from a dedicated mentor through regular one to one mentoring sessions. Read more

Remote Learning Support Announced for Students

With the ongoing pandemic continuing to affect the England schooling system, the government have revealed a number of remote learning support solutions to help pupils whilst they are home schooled.

If you are a teacher with a class that are home schooling, we understand that with various moving parts and ever-adapting guidelines, it can be difficult to ensure that your class are receiving the best level of education that they can in the current circumstances. Read more

Applauding the Resilience of Primary School Teachers in 2020

With a new year comes time to reflect on the last – and 2020 was certainly a strange one to reflect on, particularly for teachers! Read more

Top Tips to Ace Your Teaching Interview

Here at World Class Teachers, our teaching recruitment team are on hand with a plethora of resources, knowledge and expertise to help with every aspect of your teaching career. Read more