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  • Job start date

    1 September 2023

  • Closing date

    21 June 2023 at 12pm (midday)

  • Date listed

    26 May 2023

Job details

Job role

  • Teaching assistant

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Key stage

Early years, Key stage 1, Key stage 2

Working pattern

Full time: Term Time Only, 32.5 Hours per week from 8.45am to 3.45pm

Contract type

Fixed term - 1 academic year

Pay scale

Scale 3 point 5

What skills and experience we're looking for

Job Purpose

  • To work under the instruction/guidance of teaching/senior staff to undertake work/care/support programmes, to enable access to learning for pupils and to assist the teacher in the management of children and the classroom.

Description of duties

  • Work in partnership with parents/carers, teachers and other professionals to provide effective support for learning activities, tailoring support to the needs of the individual pupils.
  • Contribute to the planning, preparation, maintenance and evaluation of learning activities and environment, identifying areas of improvement and new developments where necessary.
  • Establish constructive relationships with children, and interact with them according to their individual learning and emotional needs.
  • Take a role in supporting and delivering all aspects of the curriculum.
  • Monitor, assess, report and maintain records of pupils and their performance.
  • Work with individual children/ small groups within the classroom and withdraw pupils from the class when required.
  • Plan, prepare and deliver specific interventions linked to individual needs.
  • Be proactive in the review of strategies and initiatives.
  • Provide feedback to Key Workers, Teachers, SENDCo and parents/carers.
  • Actively respond, and work flexibly, to children’s’ diverse needs both in and out of the classroom environment.
  • Assist the designated teacher in creating differentiated resources and programmes to support pupils’ needs.
  • Promote self-esteem by praising effort and ensuring identifiable success in the classroom.
  • Ensure the safety and integration of students with physical and sensory difficulties.
  • Accompany children on educational outings/ school activities, and take responsibility for a named child/group under the general supervision of the teacher.

What the school offers its staff


Our school is a rich learning environment for both children and staff. It’s a special place, with a number of innovative features:

  • Professional development is central to our school. Each member of staff collaborates with colleagues from across the school to improve their practice and develop new ways of supporting children.
  • English language is at the heart of everything we do, with children given the chance to develop a love of books, of stories and early writing skills every day.
  • Support & nurture. Our class sizes and teacher numbers mean that more time can be spent on really understanding the needs of each child.
  • Best practice. The way we teach and the way children learn doesn't happen by accident. We make sure our teachers keep up to date with the latest developments in teaching and learning and we're very proud of the fact that our bespoke approach to teaching and learning has evolved over time to meet the specific needs ofour children. Importantly, it's an approachbased on best practice drawn from the work of colleagues, academics and schools all over the world.
  • Growth Mindset. We are on a 'Growth Mindset' journey. Inspired by the work of Carol Dweck, and her colleaguesWe believe that intelligence and abilities can be significantly developed through practice; that an individual's end point is not pre-determined and that there is limitless potential for growth.
  • Microcosm. We believe that our school should be a microcosm of the best of the world around us. Our approach to teaching helps us to achieve this by actively developingchildren's social and relationship skills and promoting apositive learning environment where children feel safe, valued and respected.

Commitment to safeguarding

Normand Croft Community School is fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. An enhanced DBS certificate will be requested for the successful candidate in accordance with Safeguarding Children and Safer Recruitment in Education legislation.

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About Normand Croft Community School for Early Years and Primary Education

School type
Local authority maintained school, ages 2 to 11
Education phase
View all Primaryjobs
School size
226 pupils enrolled
Age range
2 to 11
Phone number
020 7385 6847

To join Normand Croft is to join an international family of learners. We are passionate about children’s education and determined to go that extra mile to ensure that the children in our care have the very best opportunities to grow, learn and achieve.

We think deeply about what we do, we strive to give the children the most challenging and most exciting curriculum possible, and we treat each other with kindness and respect.

Our school is built on a foundation of shared values - excellence, responsibility & respect, determination, independence, unity and trust. They inform every aspect of school life.

Arranging a visit to Normand Croft Community School for Early Years and Primary Education

To arrange a visit and increase the chance of a successful application email head@normandcroft.lbhf.sch.uk.

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