What skills and experience we’re looking for
Are you someone who:
Has experience of working with children of Primary school age.
Is organised, creative and energetic.
Relishes the challenge of working with pupils.
Wants to make a difference by supporting the pupils with learning, social and emotional
Has high expectations of self and others.
Is reliable, hardworking and prepared to go the ‘extra mile’ for our children.
Is enthusiastic and willing to contribute to the life of our school.
What the school offers its staff
We can offer:
Strong leadership from the School’s Inclusion team and Senior Leadership Team.
On-going staff training and opportunities for professional development.
Wonderful, receptive children who love coming to school.
A friendly and supportive staff team.
The chance to work in a well-equipped school.
Are you an excellent Teaching Assistant looking for a rewarding new role?
General Teaching Assistant (GTA) Term Time Only plus 5 training days
This is a fixed term post until August 2023.
8.30am - 3.30pm 3 Days a week
Grade C SCP 2 – 4
If you would like a role where every day is different, where the opportunity to make a difference at our school is appealing to you, then we would like to hear from you.
We currently have a vacancy for a General Teaching Assistant to work in a KS2 class. This is an extremely rewarding role for someone who has a relentless drive to make a difference and a commitment to ensure that children at our school reach their potential.
We are looking to appoint an excellent practitioner who has experience of supporting primary aged children, particularly those in Upper Key Stage 2. The successful candidate will be enthusiastic, innovative and resourceful, with a desire to work as part of our fantastic team and become a valued member of our school staff. They must be very flexible in their approach and have the ability to develop secure relationships with parents, staff and children. The successful candidate will have excellent communication skills and a calm and understanding manner.
The role involves working closely with the class teacher and other support staff.
We can offer you a supportive environment, opportunities for professional development across the LDLT trust and the encouragement to try new initiatives in a forward looking school.
Commitment to safeguarding
The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff
and volunteers to share this commitment. Offers of employment will be subject to the full Safer
Recruitment process, including an enhanced disclosure and barring service check. Shortlisted
candidates will also be subject to an online search in accordance with the recommendations within
Keeping Children Safe in Education.