- a committed and experienced Teaching Assistant who has a passion for working with pupils who have a range of special educational needs?
- experienced at working with pupils in key stages 4 and 5, particularly in supporting employability and work experience?
- a positive and nurturing individual who is dedicated to providing the very best for every child and young person you work with?
If yes, then we’d love to hear from you. We are looking for a highly skilled, Level 3 Teaching Assistant to join our friendly and forward-thinking team.
Central England Academy Trust are a successful specialist setting for 260 children and young people aged 3 – 19, with a broad spectrum of special educational needs and learning disabilities. Our Secondary School has 170 places for pupils with a wide range of learning disabilities, as well as strengths and talents. We cater for pupils ages 11-19 and are committed to providing a broad and balanced curriculum that allows all to flourish and achieve as individuals.
The post will predominantly work with our pupils who are following the 14-19 curriculum, specifically those pupils who are able to access work experience and industry placements. However, our staff are highly flexible and the successful candidate will be able to demonstrate their ability to work across all 3 secondary-aged key stages and levels of attainment.
As part of Central England Academy Trust we work closely with our partner school Oak Wood Primary. As a growing Academy Trust, we are committed to developing our work force and encourage all staff to participate in a range of professional development opportunities. The successful applicant will also be expected to undergo core training
This role will require the successful applicant to hold a full driving licence and business insurance as there will be some off site working.
Closing date: Tuesday 7th December, 9AM
Interviews: week commencing 13th December
Please email Julie Walters at email@example.com for an application pack. Visits to the school are usually encouraged but, due to our Coronavirus Risk Assessment procedures, can only be facilitated by prior appointment. We can be contacted on 024 76740901.
All completed applications should be returned by the closing date to Julie Walters on the above email.
Central England Academy Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all children and young people and expects staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Posts subject to an Enhanced DBS Disclosure.