Higher Level Teaching Assistant

The Phoenix School of Therapeutic Education is the education provision within Cygnet hospital Sheffield, a tier 4 CAMHs unit.
Our aim at The Phoenix School is to ensure students are successful following discharge from the hospital. High expectations of what students can achieve, effective communications with schools and good quality teaching ensure that students continue making academic progress during their stay.
Phoenix school would like to appoint a teaching assistant to help support our learners in the classroom, and when required on the ward.

The successful candidate will:

  • Be enthusiastic about working with a range of pupils with differing needs and abilities
  • Show initiative and a keenness to be involved in all aspects of school life
  • Take a flexible approach to working
  • Have a proven track record of good working relationships and professionalism
  • Feel confident in working independently with small groups of pupils

Applications are welcome from both experienced TA’s and those considering this, or teaching, as a career. If you have the skills and experience we require and you are looking for a new challenge please complete an application form today.
Safeguarding is of the utmost importance at Cygnet and we follow safer recruitment practice including calling references after shortlisting and before interviewing.

Cygnet Healthcare has a proven commitment to ‘Equality of Opportunity’ and actively promotes the welfare and safeguarding of young people. Successful applicants will be subject to an enhanced check from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).
For further information or an application form, please contact Vicky Linstead at vickylinstead@cygnethealth.co.uk.
To arrange a school visit, please contact Rebecca Price (Education Officer) at rebeccaprice@cygnethealth.co.uk


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