- Job role
- Teaching assistant
SEND responsibilities (special educational needs and disabilities)
- Working pattern
- Will consider part time, term time
- Contract type
- Fixed term (End date 31/08/2022)
- £18,198 - £18,933
We are looking to appoint a General Teaching Assistant (SEND) to support a pupil in EYFS and Year 5. Applicants should have experience working with children in an education setting and supporting children with additional needs. You will be joining a highly motivated and dedicated team with high aspirations for every child and will be able to contribute to ongoing school improvement.
Our Aims and Ethos: To create a happy school committed to excellence.
• We provide all pupils with every opportunity to achieve their full potential.
• We ensure a supportive, safe, friendly environment in which everyone is valued and respected.
• We expect the highest standards of work and behaviour.
• We offer every pupil full and equal access to all areas of the curriculum.
• We provide a broad and balanced curriculum for all our pupils, which values and celebrates their diverse backgrounds and needs.
• We promote pupil’s self-esteem and emotional wellbeing and help them to form and maintain worthwhile and satisfying relationships, based on respect for themselves and for others, at home, at school and in the wider world.
• We value all adults’ and pupils’ contributions to the school’s progress, and celebrate success and achievement in all areas of life
• We prepare each pupil for life beyond school, in a modern, global society.
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- School type
- Local authority maintained school, ages 4 to 11
- Education phase
- School size
- 414 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 4 to 11
About Seamer and Irton Community Primary School
Here at Seamer and Irton Community Primary we have created a happy school that is committed to excellence. Over the years, we have continually focused on making sure our children are nurtured, cared for and inspired to achieve their very best – by investing in our curriculum, educational setting and our staff.
Our values and ethos of ‘a happy school committed to excellence’ is firmly embedded and we are constantly told by visitors, parents and the local authority that our school has a real warmth and energy about it. To be a teaching colleague at Seamer and Irton you have to be inclusive, inspiring and have the highest expectations for our children.
We enter 2020 looking very much to the future. Ofsted visited us in June 2018 where we maintained our ‘good’ judgement and are clear about our priorities moving forward. As a school we are well placed to achieve good outcomes for our children and we want our new colleague to add their own ideas and strategies to our school – where you will find a culture of team work and self-reflection, which is testament to our highly organised and stable staff body.