Permanent part-time contract
Flexible working and negotiated hours may be considered for an outstanding candidate
We’re keen to appoint an experienced TA to join our dedicated and flexible team, and to deploy you within our school depending on your specific skills and experience. If you have a passion to help children with SEND and relish the opportunity to work making a real difference to them and their families, we would look to place you working 1:1 or in small groups of children with specific needs; if your strength is helping a Teacher across the whole class to deliver an exciting and vibrant curriculum in the most engaging way possible, we could place you supporting a dedicated year group.
We are looking for candidates who are enthusiastic and caring, kind but focussed. You will be keen to follow our child-centred approach and have some experience of working with primary school children or those with SEND. We follow the Therapeutic Thinking behaviour training and would like you to have some knowledge of this or a similar approach. Our team have many different and mutually complimentary skills, and we would love you to add your skill-set to these. We would like you to be open to learning from others to do everything possible to enhance the children’s learning experience and to develop and move forward as a staff team together. We look forward to receiving your application.
We’re a one-form entry primary school in Welwyn and our Trust is the Agora Learning Partnership. We work with the other schools within the Trust to collaborate, exchange ideas and support each other to give our children and staff the best possible chance to develop, learn and thrive. We want to nurture our team and would love to get the chance to work with you.
About the practicalities:
Please contact Mrs Maria Pace (Executive Headteacher) or Mrs Alex Worland (School Business Manager) by email on email@example.com and SBM@waterside.herts.sch.uk to discuss the application process or see our school website for further information.
Please note: Interviews will be offered as and when suitable applications are received.
The successful candidate will have to meet the requirements of the person specification, attached to this advertisement.
The school is committed to safeguarding children and young people.
At least one member of our interview panel will be Safer Recruitment trained.
All post-holders are subject to a satisfactory Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check and will be required to have two satisfactory references submitted prior to appointment. Please note that shortlisted applicants will be subject to a standard online search, and applicants will be given the opportunity to address any issues of concern at the interview.
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