Teaching and Learning Assistant
Hours of work: 32.5hours per week for 39 weeks per year
Salary: £14,523 per annum (pay award pending) plus access to LGPS
Closing Date: Sunday 10th October 23.59pm
Interview Date: Week commencing 11th October
Start date: 8th November 2021
Due to our outstanding school expanding further, we are looking for Teaching Assistants or Graduates wishing to pursue a career in teaching, to work alongside the classroom teachers in delivering the best possible outcomes for our children and community.
The ideal applicants will preferably have a NVQ3 (or equivalent) or a degree if they aspire to train to be a teacher in the future and have experience of working with children. We are looking for enthusiastic and hardworking, creative practitioners, able to motivate pupils. Suitable candidates will be confident in developing phonics and early reading, writing and maths skills. They will also be confident when working in a team to support children with additional needs.
Successful candidates will join our Early Years, Key Stage One or Key Stage Two teams. Our large Early Years department consists of our Nursery (2 year old children) and our Pre-school (3 and 4 year old children). It is essential to have key knowledge across the Early Years Framework, Key Stage One and/or Key Stage Two. Please clearly state in your application which of the three areas of the school you are applying for.
Applicants must have Grade C or equivalent in English and Maths GCSE, a good level of spoken English, be a good team member and be able to develop positive behaviour strategies with children. As a high performing school, we are able to provide you with excellent opportunities to develop further.
In addition, we are looking for enthusiastic and hardworking, creative practitioners, able to motivate pupils.
The successful candidate will:
• be an outstanding practitioner
• have experience or a good working knowledge of Early Years / Key Stage One/Key Stage Two
• have the skills and sensitivity to deal with all members of our community and multi-agency partners
• be enthusiastic, driven and committed to ensuring the school's future success
• be able to work as part of a friendly and supportive team
• be a life-long learner and an inspiration to others
Please note that GCSE English and Maths A* - C (or equivalent) is required for this role and certificates will need to be produced at interview.
The Inspire Multi Academy Trust is committed to safeguarding children in its care; any successful appointment is subject to a satisfactory DBS check.
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Ernesettle Community School
Ernesettle Community School Plymouth