Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Teaching Assistants Required for London, England

In addition to recruiting primary, secondary & special educational needs teachers for jobs in London, England, we also recruit experienced teaching assistants.  We are very selective, and tend to find our teaching assistants full-time jobs very quickly because of our selection process.  Our Teaching Assistants work in primary, secondary and special needs schools throughout London, England.  They often live in our accommodations and travel all around Europe in their free time with our Canadian & American teachers and TA's.

Here is the job advert:

Classroom Canada is recruiting Teaching Assistants, Educational Assistants and Learning Support Assistants to work in public schools in London, England. To be eligible, you must:
  • have experience working with primary or secondary aged children in a professional capacity (ie, in a school or non-profit organization setting)
  • have at least 2 references from professional organizations or schools
  • have an up to date police record check (dated within 3 months)
  • ideally have an undergraduate degree (BA, or BSC) or equivalent
  • be eligible for a visa to work in the UK, or have an EU passport. If you're unsure, please see
Classroom Canada offers:
  • Teaching Assistant positions in a wide range of schools throughout London.
  • A bank account activated and ready for use before you leave Canada.
  • Assistance with booking tickets and advice on the perfect time to leave.
  • Assistance with accommodation with other teachers from Canada and abroad, or advice on where you can look.
  • Assessment of your occupational needs and requirements and advice on the most suitable work to fit your lifestyle.
  • Friendly, caring and individualized service.
  • Travel advice and trips organized for you with tour operators so you can easily make friends and enjoy your holiday time in Europe and Africa.
A competitive salary of 60-70 £ per day. To apply, please submit your resume & a brief cover letter outlining why you would like to be a Teaching Assistant with Classroom Canada to apply at classroomcanada dot com Visit our website:

If you'd like to become part of the Classroom Canada team, please sign up for our newsletters & apply through our website. Be sure to read the Guide to Teaching in London: A Survival Guide for Canadians to help you understand everything you need to know about teaching in London.


  1. Funny, I was about to ask you if you could write a blog post about TAs!

  2. Great minds think alike ;-)

    Would you like to write a post for the Classroom Canada Teachers blog about this? Might be an easy way to write your first blog post & introduce yourself as one the authors -


  3. I've been wanting to post, but I'm worried I don't really have anything to say yet.

  4. haha, fair enough. It's hard when you're not actually in London yet. I like how Jodi posted about what she's doing in order to prepare for teaching in London (getting the visa, doing research on areas to live, etc...). When you are feeling inspired, it'll come to you :-)

    You could also talk about how you're keen on using drama in education, your summer job (which is quite interesting!) and why you are going to London. Or, books you're reading, movies you love to watch about London, etc. Anything goes!


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