Required to start as soon as possible.
31.25 hours per week, term time only.
Temporary in the first instance until 31.8.19.
The salary shown below is full time equivalent, actual salary will be pro-rata.
Applicants are very welcome to come for a look around the academy, please use the email below to arrange an appointment.
To provide supervision of students across the primary academy. Successful candidates will be required to cover classes, both on a planned and unplanned basis, and to uphold standards of learning and behaviour in the classroom. In addition to cover needs, there will also be a requirement to support teachers in a TA capacity, which may include the administration of planned interventions. This is a key role in supporting the day-to-day running of the school and the successful applicant must be IT literate and competent in using a variety of software packages.
Essential educational requirements
GCSE or equivalent in English and Maths at Grade C
A recognised and relevant vocational qualification (NVQ level 3) and/or equivalent practical work experience
Essential skills and experience
Working within a primary school and team environment
Experience of covering classes across KS1 & KS2
Communicating and working effectively, confidently and respectfully with senior colleagues whilst maintaining confidentiality
Highly organised and self-motivated, with the ability to manage time to ensure that deadlines are met
Able to communicate effectively both orally and in writing with a wide range of people
Ability to work as part of a team
Ability to work independently, with good awareness of when to take initiative and when to check and confirm actions
Ability to be well organised and accurate in all aspects of the role with the ability to prioritise
Ability to work well under pressure and to respect sensitive and confidential work
Ability to form strong and effective working relationships with colleagues, within the academies and in partner organisations, even when working remotely
Ability to use other ICT packages as required
Delta Academies Trust are one of the largest multi academy trusts in the North of England with a passion and drive to improve the education experience for all pupils and students regardless of where they live.
Due to the size of the Trust and the locations of our academies/schools, we're really well placed to offer all kinds of varied career paths. So, whether you're looking for the challenge of a new role, want to learn new skills, try a new location, or progress to bigger opportunities, we'd love to talk to you.
We provide the support and opportunities you may need to develop and its up to you to make the most of these, but we’ll help you with lots of learning opportunities, both informal and formal, designed to help you develop inside of work – and outside too.
Working for us is all about passion, and we have lots of people who are really passionate about what they do – teaching assistants, IT technicians, teachers, caterers, leaders and curriculum experts. We love it when our people get creative, muck in and have fun. Of course, we look for people who love learning, helping others to grow and care about the students and communities we serve.
We encourage all of the people who work for us to take ownership and do everything necessary to create a standout experience for our students.
Ask our people what they get up to day to day and they’ll all tell you how much they enjoy the variety, pace, and challenge of working in one of our academies, schools or Head Office. This flexibility isn’t just part of our working day – we understand that our people have lives, and want them to also enjoy their friends, family, hobbies and commitments outside of work.
Our academies offer safe and secure surroundings and the pleasure of working with great people. Working with our students and communities is pretty interesting too and you’ll play an essential role adding to their experience of education and also of Delta Academies Trust.
We are proud to be a Disability Confident Employer. We make the most of the talents disabled people can bring to the Trust by being a member of the Disability Confident scheme. This helps us to recruit and retain high quality, skills and hard working people from a wider talent pool.
We operate a no smoking policy (including the use of e-cigarettes and 'vaping') across all of our premises, ensuring that all employees, pupils/students and visitors are able to benefit from a smoke free environment.
About Willow Green Academy
Located in Ferrybridge, in the heart of Yorkshire, we are a primary academy entrusted with being the centre of learning for over two-hundred children who range in age from Nursery to Year 6. The building itself is modern in design and flooded with natural light, making our learning environments bright and vibrant places to be. It is a beautiful place for children to learn and never fails to impress visitors to our school. We have high expectations of all our children and we model this by having high expectations of ourselves. Each and every person who steps through the door at Willow Green is treated respectfully and given the absolute best opportunities possible to realise their potential and become the greatest version of themselves they can be.
- Hampden Close, Knottingley, West Yorkshire, WF11 8PT
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