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  • Job start date

    1 September 2024

  • Closing date

    16 July 2024 at 12pm (midday)

  • Date listed

    2 July 2024

Job details

Job role

  • HLTA (higher level teaching assistant)

Visa sponsorship

Visas cannot be sponsored

Working pattern

Part time: 5.5 hours per week, 39 weeks per year (Term time plus inset days)

Contract type

Permanent

Full-time equivalent salary

Grade 5, Point 12 - 15 £25,119 - £27,803 FTE

Actual salary

£3,208.08- £3,550.87 (Pro rata)

What skills and experience we're looking for

The successful candidate will work to complement the teachers’ delivery of the national curriculum and contribute to the development of other students, school policies and strategies.

To provide support for students, the teacher and the school to raise standards of achievement for all, by utilising advanced knowledge of planning, monitoring, assessing and managing classes.

To work collaboratively with teaching staff and assist on the whole planning cycle and the management and preparation of resources.

To provide support for the student’s welfare and support the inclusion of students in all aspects of school life.

To supervise whole classes during short-term absence of teachers.

Key Tasks and Responsibilities

Plan and prepare lesson with teachers, participating in all stages of the planning cycle, including evaluating and adjusting lesson plans.

Develop and prepare resources for learning activities.

Contribute to the planning of opportunities for students to learn in out-of-school contexts in line with school policies and procedures.

Within an agreed system of supervision and within lesson framework, teach whole classes covering PPA.

Provide detailed verbal and written feedback on lesson content, student responses to learning and student behaviour, to teachers and students.

Motivate and progress students’ learning by using clearly structured interesting teaching and learning activities.

Be familiar with lesson plans, IEP targets and learning objectives.

Use behaviour management strategies, in line with the schools’ policy and procedures, to contribute to a purposeful learning environment and encourage students to interact and work cooperatively with others.

Support the role of parents in students’ learning and contribute to/lead meetings with parents to provide constructive feedback on student progress, achievement and behaviour, maintaining sensitivity and confidentially at all times.

Assist teachers in evaluating progress through a range of assessment activities.

Assist in maintain and analysing records of students’ progress.

Support and guide other less experienced teaching assistants work in the classroom when required and lead training for other support staff.

Recognise and challenge any incident which forms abuse of equal opportunities, ensuring compliance with relevant school policies.

Understand and implement school child protection policies and comply with legal responsibilities.

Foster and maintain constructive and supportive relationships with parents/carers, exchanging appropriate information, facilitating their support for their child’s attendance, access and learning, and supporting home to school and community links.

Other

The duties and responsibilities in this job description are not exhaustive. The postholder may be required to undertake other duties that may be required from time to time within the general scope of the post. Any such duties should not substantially change the general character of the post. Duties and responsibilities outside of the general scope of this grade of post will be with the consent of the postholder.

The postholder is required to carry out the duties in accordance with LAAT Equal Opportunities policies.

The postholder is required to carry out the duties in accordance with the LAAT Health and Safety policies and procedures.

All employees need to be aware of the possible abuse of children and vulnerable adults and if you are concerned you need to follow the Academies’ Safeguarding Policy. In addition, employees working with children have a responsibility to safeguard and promote the welfare of during their work.



What the school offers its staff

We are a happy and friendly village school situated at the heart of the local community. Our school is a nurturing and supportive place with high standards expected of the children within a caring, Christian ethos.

Our school brings together children aged from 2 to 11 in a place that provides a safe, welcoming and nurturing environment where children can work confidently together. The recent 'OUTSTANDING' SIAMS report recognises the positive influence that our school has on the children in our care.

The school values partnership with parents, carers and the community to create a stimulating, learning environment for the children. We plan an active curriculum that aims to be vibrant, challenging and creative with clear skills progression for learning. The school is at the heart of the village of Morton, just north of Bourne. We have an Out of School Club (ClubActive) which operates on our site for Breakfast and After School Childcare.

Commitment to safeguarding

In line with Keeping Children Safe in Education 2023, please be advised that if shortlisted, we will carry out internet searches to support our commitment to safer recruitment. Please note that the purpose of this is to identify any incidents or issues that have happened, and are publicly available online, which the school might want to explore with applicants at interview. Internet searches will be carried out by someone who is not directly involved in the recruitment process and only relevant information will be shared with the interview panel.

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About The Morton Church of England (Controlled) Primary School

School type
Academy, Church of England, ages 2 to 11
Education phase
View all Primaryjobs
School size
214 pupils enrolled
Age range
2 to 11
Phone number
01778 570389

Morton CE Primary School is a happy and friendly village school situated at the heart of the local community. We are a school with high standards expected of the children within a caring, Christian ethos. Our school brings together children aged from 2 to 11 in a place that provides a safe, welcoming and nurturing environment where children can work confidently together. Our most recent SIAMS recognised us as 'OUTSTANDING' and recognises the positive influence that our school has on all of the children in our care.

The school values partnership with parents, carers and the community to create a stimulating, learning environment for the children. We plan an active curriculum that aims to be vibrant, challenging and creative with clear skills progression for learning. The school is at the heart of the village of Morton, just north of Bourne. We have an Out of School Club (ClubActive) which operates on our site for Breakfast and After School Childcare.

Arranging a visit to The Morton Church of England (Controlled) Primary School

To arrange a visit and increase the chance of a successful application email enquiries@morton.laat.co.uk.

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