April 30th, 2013
The Teaching Assistant College will be heading off to London in a couple of weeks to attend the 32nd COBIS Annual Conference. The COBIS Conference is a key event for the team as it is a fantastic opportunity to speak to delegates attending from schools all over the world. Eva Cartwright and Claire Preece will [...]BSME Conference
February 28th, 2013
Eva Cartwright has recently returned from the British Schools of the Middle East Annual Conference. The conference was held in Jordan from the 5th – 8th January and was a huge success, with our new launches for 2013 being very well received. Eva would like to thank all the delegates who took the time to discuss [...]
You too can be part of something amazingly rewarding
What was the last rewarding thing that you did?
Did it involve helping someone? Did it involve making someone else feel good about themselves? Was it because you helped someone achieve something that they wouldn’t have been able to do without your support?
How did it make you feel afterwards?
Imagine having that feeling every day. As a Teaching Assistant your support really will make a difference, if you already work as a TA you’ll know exactly what we mean. Imagine how you will feel when a child does something new for the first time because of what you’ve shown them, or a pupil suddenly grasps something that they’ve been really struggling with, that is what makes a career as a Teaching Assistant really worthwhile.
In school everyone is working towards the same goals, with the pupils the centre of everything that goes on. In school you may work with a variety of different people, teachers, subject specialists, special needs professionals, parents and other teaching assistants and many more, all with the children’s needs influencing everything they do.