Teaching Assistant Band 1
Fixed Term until July 2018
27.92 hours per week, Term time only
Salary Range C1–C4 (£14,469 - £14,626 Pro Rata)
Actual Salary (£9,030- £9,128) PA
Camborne Science and International Academy are looking to recruit outstanding Teaching Assistants (Band 1), to support students across the curriculum.
The role will require successful applicants to support the academic, social and physical needs of identified pupils. This will be done through in-class support and working with small groups of students or individuals. Successful candidates will also assist in the development, maintenance and use of resources.
This role is an outstanding opportunity for graduates who, having completed a good honours degree, are looking to gain experience in schools prior to commencing a career in the teaching profession.
Camborne Science & International Academy is a friendly, dynamic and innovative school in the heart of beautiful West Cornwall, which affords a high quality of life. The Real Schools Guide 2016 awarded us Best State Secondary School in Cornwall. We are Cornwall’s most consistently high performing state secondary school. In a recent independent survey (2016), parents judged us to be outstanding for exam results, discipline, teaching quality, facilities and leadership/management.
Successful candidates will be required to embrace this ethos, learn from the staff around them and utilise their own initiative to provide excellent classroom support and aid in the development of identified students.
Camborne Science and International Academy is an Equal Opportunities Employer and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
We hope you are inspired to seek further details. Apply online or download an application pack by visiting our website www.cambornescience.co.uk. For enquiries please contact Kerri Stephens on 01209 720237 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing Date: Noon on Monday 21st August 2017
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