- Job role
- Teaching assistant
SEND responsibilities (special educational needs and disabilities)
- Working pattern
- Term time
Monday-Friday 37.5 hours per week
- Contract type
- Fixed term (1 Year - to 31 August 2022 initially - to be reviewed)
- £19,976 – £22,676 (Pro rata - Term Time only)
We are looking for kind, caring individuals to support our pupils with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. We have a number of roles available.
As a Targeted Intervention Assistant, you will support pupils both inside and outside the classroom. You will work closely with class teachers, the pupil’s family, and the SENDCO to enable our pupils to be fully engaged in all aspects of school life.
Experience of working with young people with SEND such as Hearing and Visual Impairments, Physical Difficulties, Downs Syndrome, or ADHD and Autism is desirable but training will be provided.
The willingness to provide personal care to pupils when needed is a requirement of this role.
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- School type
- Free School, ages 11 to 19
- Education phase
- School size
- 1081 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 11 to 19
About The University of Birmingham School
Mainstream school with state - free school funding Secondary with sixth form Students of mixed gender, age 11 - 18 years Rethinking education, helping tomorrow’s citizens flourish. The University of Birmingham School is a school for our city. Our aim is simple: to transform the lives of our pupils by raising their aspirations and maximising their potential by accessing the widest possible range of educational opportunities. We want our graduates to go on to make a different to the lives of others as responsible citizens, loving partners and parents, excellent friends and great work colleagues. In our £23m building, and drawing on the world-class facilities, resources and expertise of the University of Birmingham, we offer our pupils a broad and balanced academic curriculum; a focus on character education; and a wide programme of enrichment opportunities delivered through an extended school day.