provide all aspects of care and support for the child/children
prepare materials and equipment and assist in the maintenance and care of such
- To carry
out general responsibilities to support the work of the school
assist with the lunchtime supervision, providing appropriate activities,
encouraging cooperation, securing their safety, monitoring well-being and
ensuring good behaviour.
out planned programmes/curriculum with individuals and groups of children as
directed by the class teacher.
out general and social educational programmes with children as directed by the
support behaviour programmes as directed by the class teacher.
contribute to the maintenance of informal school records.
out observation schedules on the pupils.
attend and participate in Annual Reviews and progress meetings on named
prepare materials and equipment as required.
involved in any staff meetings to support the work of the school.
organise any further responsibilities allocated by the Headteacher.
in the following areas would be an advantage:
of dealing with children with special educational needs or difficulties
working with children who have learning/behaviour/communication difficulties
of contributing to children’s records and annual review’s
to follow a written/verbal instruction
to record clear, precise observations of children
to work positively and supportively with children who exhibit complex and
difficult behaviours and/or special medical needs
to engage professional development/interest in SEN/ASD education
to develop good, collaborative working relationships with colleagues
St Antony’s is fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. An enhanced Disclosure & Barring Service certificate will be requested for the successful candidate in accordance with Safeguarding Children and Safer Recruitment in Education legislation. As part of our safer recruitment checks we will also be carrying out online searches
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