Higher Level Teaching Assistant status or equivalent.
training in a curriculum or learning area e.g. bi-lingual, sign language,
ICT, Special Needs, Foreign Language, art, music, behaviour management etc.
of working in an educational setting.
of working with pupils with additional needs.
of working with SENCo.
of effectively using ICT to support learning e.g. online learning platforms.
of developing and implementing ‘Assess, plan, do, review’ targets and
of evaluating and preparing feedback on pupils’ academic achievements and
progress, effort and social development, to contribute to the overall
feedback produced by the class/subject teacher.
of working with pupils with different abilities, and adapting own approach
and learning resources in accordance with pupil’s needs and identified
skills to build and maintain successful relationships with pupils, treat them
consistently with respect and consideration, and to demonstrate an interest
in their development as learners.
skills to liaise sensitively with parents and carers, fostering their
interests in their child’s development and activities of the school.
to prepare and design learning interventions which relate to the National
Curriculum, engage and stimulate pupils and are appropriate to the abilities
of the pupils which may vary.
skills to work collaboratively with colleagues and to carry out your role
effectively knowing when to seek help and advice.
organisational skills to work under pressure to complete tasks to potentially
Knowledge of the policies/codes of practice/legislation relevant to the
role, including the promotion of pupils’ welfare.
of the National Curriculum and other relevant learning programmes.
understanding of child development, their learning styles and cognitive
of the range of appropriate resources available to support learning programmes
and engage pupils’ enthusiasm in a variety of educational and social topics.
School is a two-form entry primary school with a Nursery. We are situated in
Grange Park, Blackpool. We have 432 pupils on roll.
Boundary School, our mission is to ensure all children are provided with the
opportunities to succeed to the best
of their ability – to become happy, confident, caring, trustworthy and
community-minded people with their
own positive vision for the future.
care about your child/children beyond their academic abilities within the
classroom and value each child
as an individual whilst appreciating the ups and downs of life they each face.
The emotional health and well-being
of your child is of utmost importance to us, as we want all children that come
to our school to be happy
and content and to achieve their full potential in life. We
believe in the importance of lifelong learning and the contribution made by
each individual to our community
curriculum is centred around the aims and values of our school and has been
designed to respond to the particular needs of our community - taking into account
the knowledge and skills to be taught, as well as the
levels of ability of the children, our teachers create exciting, engaging and
motivating learning journeys.
curriculum goals are:
give pupils appropriate experiences to develop as confident, resilient,
provide a rich ‘cultural capital’
provide a coherent, structured, academic curriculum that leads to sustained
mastery for all and a
depth of understanding for those who are capable.
ensuring that our curriculum and all subsequent learning is based on evidence
from cognitive science, we know
is most effective with spaced repetition.
of previously learned content is frequent and regular, which increases both
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