• GCSE or equivalent level, including at least a Grade 4 (previously Grade C) in English and
• TA Level 2 or Level 3 qualification or equivalent
Experience • Experience working in a school environment or other educational setting
• Experience working with children / young people with special educational needs (SEN)
• Experience planning and delivering learning activities
Good literacy and numeracy skills
Good organisational skills
Ability to build effective working relationships with pupils and adults
Skills and expertise in understanding the needs of all pupils
Knowledge of how to help adapt and deliver support to meet individual needs
Subject and curriculum knowledge relevant to the role, and ability to apply this
effectively in supporting teachers and pupils
Excellent verbal communication skills
Ability to work as part of a team and to be flexible in approach to daily routines
Active listening skills
The ability to remain calm in stressful situations
Knowledge of guidance and requirements around safeguarding children
Good ICT skills, particularly in using ICT to support learning
Mosspits Lane, Wavertree, Liverpool L15 6UN
0151 722 1716
Enjoyment of working with children
Sensitivity and understanding, to help build good relationships with pupils
A commitment to getting the best outcomes for all pupils and promoting the ethos and
values of the school
Commitment to maintaining confidentiality at all times
Commitment to safeguarding pupil wellbeing and equality
Resilient, positive, forward looking and enthusiastic about making a difference
Capacity to inspire, motivate and challenge children and young people
At Mosspits Lane Primary School all members of
staff are highly motivated to ensure our children are happy and fulfil their
potential, academically and socially. Our pupils are very well behaved, articulate,
extremely positive and enjoy learning.
If you have excellent interpersonal and
communication skills and would like the opportunity to thrive in our welcoming
school, where CPD is highly valued for all members of our school community, we
look forward to receiving your application.
The successful applicant will be given an
opportunity to work in a creative environment, alongside enthusiastic and
dedicated teachers and support staff.
We are seeking to appoint an experienced EYFS
practitioner to join our staff team and to support the learning of children
across the school. This post is
temporary until at least August 2023.
The school has a strong community ethos and has high
expectations of all its staff and children.
school will offer:
- An organisation
committed to excellence where pupils and staff are highly valued.
- A committed
organisation that supports children and staff
- An innovative,
vibrant and forward-thinking school.
- An experienced,
creative, supportive and committed staff team that work hard for the benefit of
professional development opportunities within our school and across Liverpool
- Respectful, positive,
motivated and happy children
- A committed and
friendly team of hard-working, ambitious, supportive and creative staff
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and families. Before any
appointment we will take up references, complete an enhanced DBS check and conduct online
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